Hurricane Passes for 2016


It's never too early to start thinking about the hurricane season that starts on June 1, 2016. Each year the Village of Key Biscayne Police Department issues Hurricane Passes to Condominium Building Security Managers and Business Owners.

Hurricane passes are only issued to Building Security Managers and Business Owners. These individuals are the second group of people that will be allowed to enter the Key after the Police and Fire Departments along with City Engineers assess the damage to the main bridge. After this assessment, the Police and Fire Departments and City Engineers will move on to check the damaged areas of the Village. The Building Security Managers and Business Owners will re-enter the Key to only assess the damage to the building structures. After it is safe for the residents to come back to the Village, the Rickenbacker Causeway will re-open.

 
The Police Department Administration Office MUST receive all applications for passes on or before June 1, 2016.  The passes will ONLY be issued between May 1st and June 30th, 2016.  No passes will be issued 5 days prior to a hurricane. NOTE: A clear copy of a valid driver's license or ID for each applicant must be attached to the application. Incomplete applications will be returned. Your cooperation in submitting your applications before the season starts is greatly appreciated.

Two different application forms are available online  for downloading and printing. Both are interactive PDF files that you can fill out on your computer.

Each condominium building will receive 3 (three) primary passes and 3 (three) alternate passes.  Each business will receive 1 (one) primary pass and 1 (one) alternate pass.  Home-based businesses are not entitled to passes.  Alternate passes are issued in case the primary pass holder will be unavailable.  Only one person will be allowed to re-enter the Key, either the primary pass holder or the alternate. Both cannot re-enter th Key. Businesses that share the space in the same office will only receive 1 (one) primary pass and 1 (one) alternate pass.  Individuals seeking passes by themselves will not be issued one.  They need to fall under the application for a condominium or business. Residents of the Key who are not pass holders will only be allowed to re-enter the Key when access is open to the general public.

Hurricane passes for 2015 are no longer valid.
The Key Biscayne Police Department does not keep copies of driver's licenses from previous hurricane seasons.

For further information, please call Senior Executive Assistant Madelin López at (305) 365-8913 or Adminstrative Assistant Kate Labrada at (305) 365-8905. 

 

Help us make this hurricane season a safe one.

 

IMPORTANT:

Sign up here for the VINS (Village Information and Notification System) emergency text messaging alert service. In the event of an emergency, a text message will be sent to the cell number that you specify (primary notification method) and your email address (if selected as a secondary notification method). This system is not only for hurricane emergencies but all kinds of emergencies related to the Village.

 

NOTE: This is a free service provided by the Village of Key Biscayne; however, normal text message fees from your carrier may apply. To receive text messages, your cell phone must have text messaging capabilities.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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