If you are outside of your home, we encourage you to wear a facial covering. If you are entering an Essential Business you must wear a facial covering while inside.
The Village Manager executed Emergency Order 20-6 effective 8:00 a.m. Monday, April 13, 2020, in effect through Sunday, May 3, 2020.
Emergency Order 20-6 Mandates facial covering for employees and customers at all times while inside Essential Businesses.
Emergency Order 20-6 Encourages facial covering for all persons that are outside of their homes.
Remember, the general public should not acquire or utilize N95 or equivalent/higher rated masks, as those are critical supplies for health care workers, police, fire, emergency management, or other persons engaged in life/safety activities.
Effective April 9, 2020, persons working in or visiting grocery stores, restaurants, pharmacies, construction sites, public transit vehicles, vehicles for hire, and locations where social distancing measures are not possible shall wear facial coverings as defined by the CDC.
Village of Key Biscayne Department Updates:
Office of the Village Manager:
Welcome Dr. Roland Samimy
We are pleased to announce the recruitment of the Village’s very first Chief Resilience and Sustainability Officer. Dr. Roland Samimy is a coastal systems and water resources scientist with a Ph.D. in Coastal Systems Science, an M.S. in Water Resources Engineering and an M.A. in Environmental Policy. He has held the position of Senior Scientist - Water Resources Technical Manager with Atkins North America (Miami Office) while also maintaining his 17-year long professional association with the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth where he continues to hold the position of Senior Research Manager for the Coastal Systems Program within the Department of Estuarine and Ocean Science. We are excited to propel much of our resilience and sustainability work to a new height with Dr. Samimy on board. #KBResilience
Key Biscayne Police Department:
See Something, Say Something
Public safety is one of the core pillars of our community. We encourage you to join the Village in our efforts to keep Key Biscayners home and safe #KBStayHome. If you see someone not practicing social distance, please report it to KBPD by calling (305) 365-5555. Failure to follow Emergency Orders puts us all at greater risk. #ItTakesAVillage
Building, Planning and Zoning/Public Works Department:
Permit Applications Allowed
The Village of Key Biscayne’s Building, Zoning and Planning Department will be allowing new permit applications for emergency repairs. To learn how the Department is currently operating and to learn more about new permits being issued at this time click here. To open the Building Application Permit form click here.
- Applications (with licenses/insurance) along with plan in .pdf form should be emailed to email@example.com.
- Payments can be accepted over the phone. Permit Clerk will contact customer when ready to obtain credit card information.
Building Code Inspections
There are new procedures for Building Code inspections to be used during the COVID-19 Emergency Period. Inspections can now be requested at firstname.lastname@example.org. Inspections may be performed by qualified professionals, or by the appropriate Village inspector virtually or on-site. Inspection requests must include a permit number, contact name and phone number.
Connecting to Sanitary Sewer
The Department of Environmental Resources (DERM) is intending to grant an extension to the deadline to abandon septic and connect to sanitary sewer. DERM is still determining how long the deadline should be extended. We will let residents know what their determination is for the extended deadline when that information becomes available.
Did you know that Miami-Dade County has permanent water restrictions? Click here to view the guidelines.