City of Coral Gables Declares State of Emergency
Consistent with Miami-Dade County’s declared State of Emergency, City of Coral Gables Mayor Raúl Valdés-Fauli has declared a City State of Emergency effective March 12, 2020 due to the public health threat of COVID-19.
While there are no known confirmed cases in Coral Gables at this time, this proactive measure allows the City to better ensure the public safety of our residents. The City remains in direct communication with the proper county, state, and federal authorities and stands ready to respond to the crisis as it develops.
As a precautionary measure, please be advised that the following events and facilities will be affected as follows:
- All special events requiring a Special Events Permit will be suspended until further notice.
- All City events including The Farmers Market and sports tournaments will be suspended until further notice.
- The Adult Activity Center, Merrick House, Passport Acceptance Facility, Venetian Pool, Tennis Centers, Youth Center and Granada Golf Course will be closed until further notice.
- All City advisory board meetings are suspended until further notice.
- All City quasi-judicial board meetings are suspended for the month of April.
- City Trolley service and Freebee service will continue until further notice.
- All other city services and facilities will remain open until further notice.