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Update #47

Amendment No. 2 to Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 27-20

Effective September 14, 2020, this amendment sets the Countywide curfew at 11:00 p.m. instead of 10:00 p.m.

Amendment No. 2 to Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 27-20


Update #46

Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) Mortgage Assistance Program

•Do you live in the City of Hialeah?

•Do you own or rent your home?

•Is your home financed with a mortgage loan from a financial institution?

•Is the total household income from ALL ADULTS in your household at or below 120% of the Median Income?

•Have you or an adult in the household been directly financially impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19)?


You may qualify for the Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) Mortgage Assistance Program. Mortgage and electric utility payments must be behind in payments or in forbearance. 

 

The above mentioned program is not accepting any applications. 


Update #45 

Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 28-20

Effective as of August 31, 2020, at 12:01 a.m., this order rescinds Emergency Order 23-20 and 26-20, and replaces those orders with a new 28-20, along with the orders’ amendments. Among other provisions, Emergency Order 28-20 allows indoor dining restaurants to operate at 50 percent capacity, with six people maximum at a table, social distancing and facial coverings. The restaurants are required to run their HVAC systems with the fans "on" while people are in the establishments and to keep doors and windows open to maximize the circulation of fresh air. Casinos will also be allowed to re-open, following the same rules they previously followed, but adding the restriction that consumption of food and beverages can only take place in areas designated for eating. Food and drinks will be prohibited at the gaming tables or slot machine

Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 28-20

The New Normal- A Guide for Residents and Commercial Establishments


Update #44

AMENDMENT NO. 2 TO MIAMI-DADE COUNTY EMERGENCY ORDER 26-20

Effective as of 12:01 a.m. on July 9, 2020, Emergency Order 26-20 is amended to close banquet halls, both stand alone and incident to any hotel or other establishment; and ballrooms, both stand alone and incident to any hotel or other establishment; to require masks or facial coverings to be worn when inside gyms and fitness centers; to limit restaurants and cafeterias to outdoor service only for on-site consumption between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. each day, and require that such outdoor on-premises service cease at 10:00 p.m., but to provide that such establishments may operate their kitchens between the hours of 10:00 p.m. each night and 6:00 a.m. the next morning only for the purpose of providing delivery, pick-up, room service, or take out services; and to further impose a maximum daytime and overnight occupancy for short-term vacation rentals of up to a maximum of two persons per bedroom plus two additional persons per property not to exceed a maximum of ten persons, and to prohibit new rental agreements entered into except on a monthly basis.

Amendment No. 2 to Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 26-20


Update #43

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY EMERGENCY ORDER 27-20

1. Commencing on July 3, 2020, a curfew is hereby imposed for all of Miami-Dade County, including incorporated and unincorporated areas, effective from 10 p.m. each night through 6 a.m the next morning, until cancelled or revised. During the period of such curfew, no person shall make use of any street or sidewalk for any purpose, except police, fire rescue, first responder, medical, health care, media, and utility repair service personnel. In addition, the curfew shall not apply to persons:

a. Working at essential establishments listed in attached exhibit A;
b. Returning directly to their homes from work at essential establishments or going directly to work at essential establishments from their homes;
c. Making deliveries from essential establishments; and
d. Walking their dogs within 250 feet of their residences.

2. The provisions of this order shall serve as minimum standards. Municipalities may impose more stringent standards within their jurisdiction.

3. This order does not affect or limit the operations of Miami-Dade County, any public utility, any municipality, the Miami-Dade County School District, or any State or Federal office or facility, except that such entities shall abide by the restrictions of any County, Municipal, State or Federal emergency order, as applicable.

4. This order shall expire upon the expiration of the existing Miami-Dade County State of Local Emergency, except that if such State of Local Emergency is extended, this order shall also be deemed to extend for the duration of such extension. This order may be cancelled earlier by action of the County Mayor.

5. This order shall be provided to all appropriate media consistent with the requirements of section 8B-7(2)(n) of the Code of Miami-Dade County.

Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 27-20


Update #42

EMERGENCY ORDER RESCINDING RESTRICTIONS ON WALK-UP SEVICE WINDOWS (VENTANITAS) AND SUSPENDING ORDINANCES REGULATING OUTDOOR DINING (COVID-19-COH-EO-21)

THEREFORE, in response to the impending risk to the life, health, safety and welfare posed by Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) to our citizenry and pursuant to the authority set forth in Florida Statutes {252.38 and in furtherance of all national, state, county and local emergency orders issued to date not inconsistent with this order;

In order to safeguard the life, health, safety and welfare of the residents of the City of Hialeah; and In an attempt to slow the spread and mitigate the potential impact of Coronavirus Disease; 

MAYOR CARLOS HERNANDEZ HEREBYS ORDER:

  1. Effective 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, May 27, 2020, the restrictions on the use of walk-up service windows or "ventanitas" at all food service establishments in the City of Hialeah (COVID-19-COH-EO-8) is hereby rescinded and of no further effect as of the effective date of this order.
  2. Effective 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, May 27, 2020, I hereby suspend all ordinances regulating outdoor dining in the City of Hialeah to the extent they are inconsistent with the operating guidelines outlined in the New Normal Handbook and promulgated by Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 23-20 (May 15, 2020) until further order. This order shall remain in effect for the period of time the City’s declaration of emergency remains in effect or until rescinded or modified, whichever occurs first.
  3. This Emergency Order shall be strictly adhered to at all times while the City’s declaration of emergency remains in effect. This Order shall be enforced pursuant to Florida law.

Emergency Order Rescinding Restrictions on Walk-Up Service Windows (Ventanitas) and Suspending Ordinances Regulating Outdoor Dining (COVID-19-COH-EO-21)


Update #41

NOTICE OF VIRTUAL SPECIAL PUBLIC MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL  

Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Hialeah will hold a VIRTUAL Special Public Meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 26, 2020.  The Special Meeting of the City Council is called to approve the appropriation or expenditure of public funds and approve other measures deemed essential to continue the city’s operations, functions and services during the pendency of the public health emergency.  The agenda for this Special Meeting will be available to the public on the City’s website and can be accessed at https://www.hialeahfl.gov/agendacenter.  The Office of the City Clerk can also email a copy of the agenda to anyone who requests a copy by telephone at (305) 883-5820 or by email at cityclerk@hialeahfl.gov.  

Notice of Virtual Special Public Meeting  of the City Council for Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Update #40

EMERGENCY ORDER RESCINDING CURFEW IN THE CITY OF HIALEAH (COVID-19-COH-EO-20)

THEREFORE, in response to the impending risk to the life, health, safety and welfare posed by Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) to our citizenry and pursuant to the authority set forth in Florida Statutes 952.38 and in furtherance of all national, state, county and local emergency orders issued to date not inconsistent with this order;

In order to safeguard the life, health, safety and welfare of the residents of the City of Hialeah; and In order to safeguard the life, health, safety and welfare of the residents of the City of Hialeah; and

In an attempt to slow the spread and mitigate the potential impact of Coronavirus Disease; MAYOR CARLOS HERNANDEZ HEREBY ORDERS:

1. Effective 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, May 20, 2020, the curfew restricting movement of persons in the city between the hours of 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. the following morning is hereby lifted and orders imposing the curfew COVID-19-COH-EO 4, as amended by COVID-19COH-EO-4A and 4B, are hereby rescinded and of no further effect.

Emergency Order Rescinding Curfew in the City Of Hialeah (COVID-19-COH-EO-20)


Update #39

EMERGENCY ORDER REOPENING ALL CITY PARKS FOR LIMITED USE IN THE CITY OF HIALEAH (COVID-19-COH-EO-19)

THEREFORE, in response to the impending risk to the life, health, safety and welfare posed by Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) to our citizenry and pursuant to the authority set forth in Florida Statutes 5252.38 and in furtherance of all national, state, county and local emergency orders issued to date not inconsistent with this order;

In order to safeguard the life, health, safety and welfare of the residents of the City of Hialeah; and In an attempt to slow the spread and mitigate the potential impact of Coronavirus Disease;

MAYOR CARLOS HERNANDEZ HEREBY ORDERS:

  1. Effective 7:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 20, 2020, all city owned or city operated parks shall open to the public subject to the restrictions set forth in this order.
  2. Park hours shall be from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Monday through Friday only. Parks shall remain closed on Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays. No person shall be or remain in any city park except during these hours whether a physical barrier to entry on the park exists or not.
  3. Except for fields, paths and tracks, all other recreational facilities such as recreation buildings, courts, exercise equipment, gazebos or shelters, skating ramps, bike racks and playground equipment, shall remain closed for use by the public. No water fountains or bathroom facilities shall be in use until further order.
  4. Use of parks during opening hours shall be for limited active uses and passive activities by individuals. Only members of the same household shall be allowed in groups in the park to engage in permitted activities together and only in groups not exceeding 10 people. Limited active uses allowed are walking, jogging, or general exercise on open fields. Organized, team sports, or competitive play of any kind is prohibited.
  5. The use of face masks at all times pursuant to City COVID-19-COH-EO-7 and 7A is mandatory while at city parks.
  6. The provisions of this Order shall supersede any inconsistent provisions in any prior emergency order.
  7. This Order shall remain in effect for the period of time the City’s declaration of emergency remains in effect or until rescinded or modified, whichever occurs first.
  8. This Emergency Order shall be strictly adhered to at all times while the City’s declaration of emergency remains in effect and enforceable pursuant to Florida law.

Emergency Order Reopening All City Parks For Limited Use in The City Of Hialeah (COVID-19-COH-EO-19)


Update #38

EMERGENCY ORDER DELAYING PHASE 1 REOPENING OF NON-ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES IN THE CITY OF HIALEAH

THEREFORE, in response to the impending risk to the life, health, safety and welfare posed by Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) to our citizenry and pursuant to the authority set forth in Florida Statutes "252.38 and 252.46 and in furtherance of all national, state, county and local emergency orders issued to date not inconsistent with this order;

In order to safeguard the life, health, safety and welfare of the residents of the City of Hialeah; and In an attempt to slow the spread and mitigate the potential impact of Coronavirus Disease;

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, MAYOR CARLOS HERNANDEZ HEREBY ORDERS:

1. All retail and commercial establishments and any other establishment or facility permitted to open as of 12:01a.m. on Monday, May 18, 2020 by Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 23-20 or State of Florida Executive Order 20-122 as amended by Executive Order 20-123, shall remain closed in the City of Hialeah, until Wednesday, May 20, 2020 subject to the provisions of this order. All retail and commercial establishments allowed to operate as permitted by Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 07-20, as amended, shall continue to operate.

2. Effective 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, May 20, 2020, all retail and commercial establishments and any other establishment or facility permitted to open as authorized by Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 23-20 shall comply with the mandatory general and industry specific safety guidelines as set forth in the New Normal Handbook subject to the following more restrictive provisions:

a. The use of face shields shall be mandatory for employees at all times while providing any grooming service at all personal grooming stores or services, such as barbershops, cosmetology, hair and nail salons.

3. Notwithstanding the provisions of Miami-Dade County Order 23-20 or State of Florida Executive Order 20-122 as amended by Executive Order 20-123, all restaurants and all other food-service establishments in the City of Hialeah shall remain closed for on-premises consumption until Wednesday, May 27, 2020.

4. All owners or operators of retail and commercial establishments and any facility or other establishment permitted to open shall abide by the most stringent requirement on the use of face masks by employees and patrons of the establishment. The City’s use of face masks is governed by COVID-19-COH-EO-7, issued on April 9, 2020 and amended on May 12, 2020 by COVID-19-COH-EO-7A. If the County’s orders and guidelines on the use of face masks are permissive or discretionary but the City’s orders are mandatory, then the City’s order shall take precedence.

5. All persons while outside their homes shall also abide by the most stringent requirement on the use of face masks. If the County’s orders on the use of face masks by individuals while in public is permissive or discretionary or subordinate to maintaining social distancing but the City’s orders are obligatory and mandate the use of a face mask notwithstanding the ability to observe social distancing, then the City’s order shall take precedence.

6. This Order shall remain in effect for the period of time the City’s declaration of emergency remains in effect or until rescinded or modified, whichever occurs first.

7. This Emergency Order shall be strictly adhered to at all times while the City’s declaration of emergency remains in effect and enforceable pursuant to Florida law.

Emergency Order Delaying Phase 1 Reopening of Non-Essential Businesses in the City of Hialeah


Update #37

EMERGENCY ORDER CLARIFYING REQUIREMENT TO USE A MASK IN THE CITY OF HIALEAH

THEREFORE, in response to the impending risk to the life, health, safety and welfare posed by Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) to our citizenry and pursuant to the authority set forth in Florida Statutes 5252.38 and in furtherance of all national, state, county and local emergency orders issued to date; and

In order to safeguard the life, health, safety and welfare of the residents of the City of Hialeah; and In an attempt to slow the spread and mitigate the potential impact of Coronavirus Disease;

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, MAYOR CARLOS HERNANDEZ HEREBY ORDERS:

The Emergency Order Requiring all Persons to Cover Nose and Mouth in Public issued on April 9, 2020 is hereby amended to delete paragraphs 5 through 8 and to add the new paragraphs provided in this order:

"5. All individuals over the age of 2 must cover their nose and mouth with a mask when outdoors in public places.

6. All individuals over the age of 2 must cover their nose and mouth with a mask at all times at all places of business, commerce, worship, recreation or entertainment. The mask may be removed temporarily when the nature of the activity engaged in by the individual at the place of business, commerce, worship, recreation or entertainment involves use of the nose or mouth and the activity cannot safely occur with the mask on.

7. All employers shall require all employees, having person-to-person contact with the public as part of their job duties, to wear masks at all times on the worksite or while performing their employment functions.

8. All places of business, commerce, worship, recreation or entertainment shall require all patrons or all persons entering the premises to wear masks at all times while on the premises.

9. Individuals under the age of 2 or persons who have trouble breathing due to a chronic pre-existing condition, disability or emergency medical condition are exempt from using the mask when seeking or obtaining essential services.

510. A mask required by this Order may be homemade of cloth as recommended by the CDC. All CDC guidelines on COVID-19 can be accessed at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus2019-ncov/index.html.

611. All essential retail and commercial establishments are strongly encourage to implement policies for employees to use personal protective equipment such as gloves, subject to the availability of such items. 7.
This Order shall not be interpreted to restrict any employee or customer from accessing any essential retail or commercial establishment to address any emergency or other exigent circumstance, even if a mask is not readily available at the time such emergency or other exigent circumstance occurs. 8. 
shall be strictly adhered to at all times while the City’s declaration of emergency remains in effect and enforceable pursuant to Florida law.

12. This order does not change or alter any social distancing requirements imposed by any other lawful emergency order promulgated by the State or County pursuant to Florida Statutes *252.46. This order is in effect for the duration of the City’s declaration of emergency unless terminated sooner. "

Emergency Order Clarifying Requirement to Use a Mask in the City of Hialeah


Update #36

ORDER NUMBERING ALL EMERGENCY ORDERS ISSUED BY THE CITY OF HIALEAH IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 FOR EASE OF REFERENCE

THEREFORE, to facilitate the public’s understanding and our law enforcement officers’ reference to each City emergency order issued and any future emergency order and to distinguish emergency orders from those issued by the County or the State

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, MAYOR CARLOS HERNANDEZ HEREBY ORDERS:

1. All Emergency Orders issued to date by the City of Hialeah in response to the COVID-19 pandemic are hereby numbered sequentially in the order issued and in the manner provided in the following table:



DATE

ISSUED

PURPOSE

REFERENCE NUMBER

3/16/2020

Declaration of State of Local Emer enc

COVID-19-COH-EO-1

3/23/2020

First Extension of Declaration of State of Local Emergenc through March 30, 2020

COVID-19-COH-EO-2

3/30/2020

Second Extension of Declaration of State of Local Emergency through A ril 6, 2020

COVID-19-COH-EO-3

3/30/2020

Curfew Order

COVID-19-COH-EO-4

4/2/2020

Amendment No. 1 to Curfew Order

COVID-19-COH-EO-4A

4/6/2020

Third Extension of Declaration of State of Local Emergenc through April 13, 2020

COVID-19-COH-EO-5

4/8/2020

Meeting Guidelines and Procedures for Virtual Council Meetings

COVID-19-COH-EO-6

4/9/2020

Mandatory Use of Masks in public

COVID-19-COH-EO-7

4/9/2020

Restrictions on Use of Walk-up Service Windows

COVID-19-COH-EO-8

4/13/2020

Fourth Extension of Declaration of State of Local Emergency through April 20, 2020

COVID-19-COH-EO-9

4/16/2020

Meeting Guidelines and Procedures for

Post-Suspension/Revocation  Virtual Hearings

COVID-19-COH-EO-10

4/17/2020

Fifth Extension of Declaration of State of Local Emer enc through April 27, 2020

COVID-19-COH-EO-11

4/27/2020

Sixth Extension of Declaration of State of

COVID-19-COH-EO-12


Order Numbering All Emergency Orders Issued by the City of Hialeah in Response to COVID-19 for Ease of Reference


Update #35

NOTICE OF VIRTUAL SPECIAL PUBLIC MEETING  OF THE CITY COUNCIL

Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Hialeah will hold a VIRTUAL Special Public Meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 12, 2020.  The Special Meeting of the City Council is called to approve the appropriation or expenditure of public funds and approve other measures deemed essential to continue the city’s operations, functions and services during the pendency of the public health emergency.  The agenda for this Special Meeting will be available to the public on the City’s website and can be accessed at https://www.hialeahfl.gov/agendacenter on Thursday, May 7, 2020.  The Office of the City Clerk can also email a copy of the agenda to anyone who requests a copy by telephone at (305) 883-5820 or by email at cityclerk@hialeahfl.gov. 

Notice of Virtual Special Public Meeting of the City Council (5-12-2020)


Update #34

EMERGENCY ORDER CLOSING ALL CITY PARKS IN THE CITY OF HIALEAH

In order to safeguard the life, health, safety and welfare of the residents of the City of Hialeah; and in an attempt to slow the spread and mitigate the potential impact of Coronavirus Disease; 

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, MAYOR CARLOS HERNANDEZ HEREBY ORDERS:

  1. Notwithstanding Miami-Dade County Order 21-20, all city owned parks, tennis courts, basketball courts, playgrounds, gymnasiums and other recreational facilities shall remain closed.
  2. This Order shall remain in effect for the period of time the City’s declaration of emergency remains in effect or until rescinded or modified, whichever occurs first.
  3. This Emergency Order shall be strictly adhered to at all times while the City’s declaration of emergency remains in effect and enforceable pursuant to Florida law.

Emergency Order Closing All City Parks in the City of Hialeah, Florida


Update #33

Landlord-Tenant Relief Fund

This application portal has been closed. We have reached the maximum capacity of accepted applications. / Este portal de aplicaciones ha sido cerrado. Hemos alcanzado la capacidad máxima de solicitudes aceptadas.


The City of Hialeah has $1 Million available to help renters affected by COVID-19.

Online and Paper Application Process

Applicants can apply online or in-person by collecting a paper application at John F. Kennedy Library at 8:00 A.M. on May 4, 2020, but they must submit the completed application the Department of Grants and Human Services at 501 Palm Avenue, First Floor, Hialeah, FL 33010.

Goal: To assist 1,000 renting households by paying $1,000 for Rent, for up to 3 months

$1,000 for 1,000 Renters Residing in Hialeah We Pay the Landlord Directly

 

Kickoff Application Requirements:

  • Completed Application by the Renter
  • Photo ID of Renter Applicant
  • Uploaded Lease Agreement (Lease must be current, fully executed, and for a minimum of 12 months)
  • Other documents may be required after you are approved

 

Eligibility Requirements:

  • For low-income renters in Hialeah
  • Renter must have lost their job due to COVID-19
  • This opportunity is not available to renters that are already receiving assistance from the City of Hialeah
  • Household income must be at or below 60% Average Median Income

For More Information:

http://www.hialeahfl.gov/690/Funding-Opportunities


Fondo de ayuda para propietarios e inquilinos

La ciudad de Hialeah tiene $1 millón disponible para ayudar a los inquilinos afectados por COVID-19

Proceso de solicitud en línea y en papel

 

Los solicitantes pueden presentar una solicitud en línea o en persona por recoger una solicitud en papel en la Biblioteca John F. Kennedy a las 8:00 a.m. el 4 de mayo de 2020, pero deben presentar la solicitud completa al Departamento de Subvenciones y Servicios Humanos en 501 Palm Avenue, primer piso, Hialeah, FL 33010.

 

Objetivo: Ayudar a 1,000 hogares de alquiler pagando $ 1,000 por alquiler, por hasta 3 meses

$1,000 por 1,000 inquilinos que residen en Hialeah Pagamos al arrendador directamente

 

Requisitos de solicitud de inicio:

  • Solicitud completada por el inquilino
  • Identificación con fotografía del solicitante inquilino
  • Contrato de arrendamiento (el contrato de arrendamiento debe ser actual, totalmente ejecutado y por un mínimo de 12 meses)
  • Es posible que se requieran otros documentos después de su aprobación

 

Requisitos de elegibilidad:

  • Para inquilinos de bajos ingresos en Hialeah
  • El inquilino debe haber perdido su trabajo debido a COVID-19
  • Esta oportunidad no está disponible para inquilinos que ya reciben asistencia de la Ciudad de Hialeah
  • Los ingresos del hogar deben ser iguales o menos al 60% del ingreso medio promedio


Para Mas Informacion:

http://www.hialeahfl.gov/690/Funding-Opportunities



Update #32

Save Our Business Fund (APPLICATION CLOSED)

This application portal has been closed. We have reached the maximum capacity of accepted applications. / Este portal de aplicaciones ha sido cerrado. Hemos alcanzado la capacidad máxima de solicitudes aceptadas.

The City of Hialeah has $2 Million available to help small businesses affected by COVID-19

100% Online Application Process Only

Goal: To assist 400 businesses with Rent for up to 3 months or up to $5,000 

Rent for 400 Hialeah Businesses • We Pay the Landlord Directly


Kickoff Application Requirements:

• Completed Application by the Business Owner

• Photo ID of Business Owner Applicant

• Uploaded Lease Agreement (Lease must be current and fully executed)

• Other documents may be required after you are approved


Eligibility Requirements:

• Must be a for-profit business in Hialeah

• Must be a small business (25 or fewer employees)

• Must have been active for more than one (1) year

• Must be current with business licenses and taxes

• Must ensure the retention of at least one (1) employee

• Cannot be a chain or franchise

• Cannot be a medical facility, office (Law, Real Estate, Clerical),

small school, day care, or teaching institution

• This opportunity is not available to businesses that are already

receiving assistance from the City of Hialeah


Online Application:

https://zoomgrants.com/gprop.asp?donorid=2295&limited=2381


For More Information:

http://www.hialeahfl.gov/690/Funding-Opportunities


Fondo para salvar nuestro negocios

La ciudad de Hialeah tiene $2 millones disponibles para ayudar a las pequeñas empresas afectadas por COVID-19

Proceso de solicitud 100% solo por Internet


Objetivo: Ayudar a 400 empresas con el alquiler por hasta 3 meses o hasta $5,000

Alquiler para 400 negocios en Hialeah • Pagamos al proprietario/arrendador del local directamente


Requisitos de solicitud de inicio:

• Solicitud completada por el dueño del negocio

• Identificación con foto del solicitante del dueño del negocio

• Contrato de arrendamiento (el arrendamiento debe ser actua

y estar completamente ejecutado)

• Es posible que se requieran otros documentos después de su aprobación


Requisitos de elegibilidad:

• Debe ser un negocio con fines de lucro en Hialeah

• Debe ser una pequeña empresa (25 empleados o menos)

• Debe haber estado activo por más de un (1) año

• Debe estar al día con las licencias comerciales y los impuestos.

• Debe garantizar la retención de al menos un (1) empleado

• No puede ser una cadena de negocio o franquicia

• No puede ser un centro médico, oficina (de leyes, bienes raíces, clérigo),

escuela pequeña, guardería o institución de enseñanza

• Esta oportunidad no está disponible para las empresas que ya están recibiendo

asistencia de la Ciudad de Hialeah.


Applicacion:

https://zoomgrants.com/gprop.asp?donorid=2295&limited=2381


Para Mas Informacion:

http://www.hialeahfl.gov/690/Funding-Opportunities


Update #31 (CANCELLED)

NOTICE OF PUBLIC VIRTUAL MEETING IMPACT BARGAINING BETWEEN CITY OF HIALEAH AND IAFF LOCAL 1102

Notice is hereby given that on the date, time indicated above, the City of Hialeah and IAFF Local 1102 representatives will meet in a virtual meeting via Zoom to engage in negotiations over the impacts of the City’s use of GPS locators in city vehicles, including vehicles issued to bargaining unit members.

Notice of Public Virtual Meeting Impact Bargaining Between City of Hialeah and IAFF Local 1102 (CANCELLED)


Update #30

NOTICE OF PUBLIC VIRTUAL MEETING IMPACT BARGAINING BETWEEN CITY OF HIALEAH AND FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE LODGE 12

Notice is hereby given that on the date, time indicated above, the City of Hialeah and FOP representatives will meet in a virtual meeting via Zoom to engage in negotiations over the impacts of the City’s use of GPS locators in city vehicles, including vehicles issued to bargaining unit members.

Notice of Public Virtual Meeting Impact Bargaining Between City of Hialeah and Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 12


Update #29

NOTICE OF VIRTUAL SPECIAL PUBLIC MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL 

Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Hialeah will hold a VIRTUAL Special Public Meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 28, 2020.  The Special Meeting of the City Council is called to approve the appropriation or expenditure of public funds and approve other measures deemed essential to continue the city’s operations, functions and services during the pendency of the public health emergency.  The agenda for this Special Meeting will be available to the public on the City’s website and can be accessed at https://www.hialeahfl.gov/agendacenter on Thursday, April 23, 2020.  The Office of the City Clerk can also email a copy of the agenda to anyone who requests a copy by telephone at (305) 883-5820 or by email at cityclerk@hialeahfl.gov.  

As a result of the public health emergency caused by Coronavirus (COVID-19), the restrictions on person-to-person contact, social distancing guidelines, and stay-athome orders to stop the spread of COVID-19 promulgated by national, state, local authorities and as authorized by Governor Ronald DeSantis’s Executive Order 2069 (March 20, 2020), this Special Public Meeting will be held utilizing communications media technology, including video and telephonic conferencing.  

This virtual public meeting will be broadcast live for members of the public to view on the City’s Facebook page (@CityofHialeah).  A link to the City’s Facebook page can be found on the City’s website at www.hialeahfl.gov. In addition, members of the public may hear the meeting live through telephonic conferencing.

Those members of the public wishing to participate in the virtual public meeting by making comments or asking questions may do so by electing to join the meeting live on the Zoom platform.  Members of the public wishing to participate in the virtual public meeting will be able to participate by registering with the Office of the City Clerk.  The deadline to register for public participation in the meeting is 3:00 p.m., Monday, April 27, 2020.  

Members of the public may also participate by submitting written comments and questions by email to virtualmeeting@hialeahfl.gov prior to the meeting taking place.  Comments and questions in advance of the meeting by e-mail message must be received no later than 3:00 p.m. on Monday, April 27, 2020.  E-mail comments and questions received by the deadline will be read into the record.

NOTICE OF VIRTUAL SPECIAL PUBLIC MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL


Update #28

ORDER ON EMERGENCY ACTION CLOSING BUSINESS PREMISES AND POST-SUSPENSION OR POST-REVOCATION HEARING PURSUANT TO HIALEAH, FLA. CODE §86-56; DELEGATION OF POWERS; MEETING GUIDELINES AND PROCEDURES USING COMMUNICATIONS MEDIA TECHNOLOGY IN RESPONSE TO COVID19

In response to the impending risk to the life, health, safety and welfare posed by Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) to our citizenry and pursuant to the authority set forth in  Florida Statutes §252.38 and in furtherance of all national, state, county and local emergency orders issued to date;  

In order to safeguard the life, health, safety and welfare of the residents of the City of Hialeah; and in an attempt to slow the spread and mitigate the potential impact of Coronavirus Disease;   

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY

1.         All administrative authority vested in the local business tax administrator or licensing administrator pursuant to Article II, in Chapter 86 of the Hialeah, Fla. Code of Ordinances to take emergency action, order the cessation or closure of business, suspend or revoke business tax receipts for violations of any applicable Emergency or Executive Order issued in response to COVID-19 during the pendency of a declared state of emergency by the President, the Governor of the State, Miami-Dade County Mayor or I, in the City of Hialeah, is hereby delegated to the Chief of Police.

2.         The Procedures for Emergency Virtual Hearings before the City Council for the City of Hialeah, Florida upon issuance of a Notice of Suspension or Revocation Pursuant to Hialeah, Fla. code §§86-56 and 86-57 requiring the cessation of business, closure of premises and the suspension or revocation of business tax receipts attached as “Exhibit A” are hereby adopted.

3.         These Procedures shall take effect concurrent with the execution of this Order and remain in effect until this Order is rescinded.  This Order shall remain in effect for the period of time the City’s declaration of emergency remains in effect.

4.         This Emergency Order shall be strictly adhered to at all times while the City’s declaration of emergency remains in effect and enforceable pursuant to Florida law.

Order on Emergency Action Closing Business Premises and Post-Suspension or Post-Revocation Hearing Pursuant to Hialeah, Fla. Code §86-56; Delegation of Powers; Meeting Guidelines and Procedures Using Communications Media Technology in Response To COVID-19


Update #27

Notice of Virtual Special Public Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the City of Hialeah Employee’s Retirement System

Notice is hereby given that the Board of Trustees of the City of Hialeah Employee’s Retirement System will hold a VIRTUAL Special Public Meeting at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, April 23, 2020. The Special Meeting of the Board of Trustees is called to approve matters deemed essential to carry out the Board of Trustee’s duties in overseeing the proper management and administration of the City’s Employee’s Retirement System during the pendency of the public health emergency. The agenda for this Special Meeting is available to the public on the City’s website and can be accessed at http://www.hialeahfl.gov/AgendaCenter/Employees-Retirement-System-2. The Secretary of the Board can also email a copy of the agenda to anyone who requests a copy by telephone at (305) 883-5872 or by email at shorta@hialeahfl.gov.

Notice of Virtual Special Public Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the City of Hialeah Employee’s Retirement System - With Meeting ID


Update #26

Emergency Curfew Order for the City of Hialeah (Amended to Change Start of City Curfew from 11:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.)

 In order to safeguard the life, health, safety and welfare of the residents of the City of Hialeah; and in an attempt to slow the spread and mitigate the potential impact of Coronavirus Disease;

Effective 10:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 14, 2020, City of Hialeah Mayor Carlos Hernandez hereby orders:

1. A curfew in the City of Hialeah shall remain in effect as ordered by Emergency Curfew Order issued of Monday, March 30, 2020 at 10:30 a.m. and as amended on April 2, 2020 at 3:00 p.m., subject to the change in curfew hours provided in this Order.

2. The curfew shall be in effect during the hours of 10:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m. the following day, and each consecutive day thereafter until the curfew is lifted and this Order rescinded.

3. This Emergency Curfew Order shall be strictly adhered to at all times and enforceable pursuant to Florida law.


Orden De Curso De Emergencia Para La Ciudad De Hialeah (Modificado Para Cambiar El Inicio Del Toque De Queda De La Ciudad De 11:00 P.M. A 10:00 P.M.)

Para salvaguardar la vida, la salud, la seguridad y el bienestar de los residentes de la ciudad de Hialeah; y en un intento por frenar la propagación y mitigar el impacto potencial de la enfermedad por el coronavirus;

A partir de las 10:00 p.m., del Martes 14 de abril de 2020, el alcalde de la ciudad de Hialeah, Carlos Hernández, ordena:

1. El toque de queda en la ciudad de Hialeah que permanecerá en vigencia según lo ordenado por la Orden de Toque de Queda de emergencia emitida el lunes 30 de marzo de 2020 a las 10:30 a.m. y modificada el 2 de abril de 2020 a las 3:00 p.m. cambio en las horas de toque de queda provistas en esta Orden.

2. El toque de queda estará vigente durante las horas de 10:00 p.m. hasta las 5:00 a.m. del día siguiente, y cada día consecutivo a partir de entonces hasta que se levante el toque de queda y se rescinda esta Orden.

3. Esta Orden de toque de queda de emergencia se cumplirá estrictamente en todo momento y será exigible de conformidad con la ley de Florida.

Emergency Curfew Order for the City of Hialeah (Amended to Change Start of City Curfew from 11:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.)


Update #25

NOTICE OF VIRTUAL SPECIAL PUBLIC MEETING OF THE CITY OF HIALEAH CHARTER SCHOOL OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE 

Notice is hereby given that the City of Hialeah Charter School Oversight Committee will hold a VIRTUAL Special Public Meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 14, 2020.  The Special Meeting of the Charter School Oversight Committee is called to discuss eligibility and application for a loan under the Paycheck Protection Program of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) to fund permitted charter school operational costs.  The agenda for this Special Meeting is available to the public on the City’s website and can be accessed at https://www.hialeahfl.gov/agendacenter.  The Office of the City Clerk can also email a copy of the agenda to anyone who requests a copy by telephone at (305) 883-5820 or by email at cityclerk@hialeahfl.gov.

Notice of Virtual Special Public Meeting of the City of Hialeah Charter School Oversight Committee


Update #24

NOTICE OF VIRTUAL SPECIAL PUBLIC MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE CITY OF HIALEAH EDUCATION ACADEMY, INC.

Notice is hereby given that the Board of Directors for the City of Hialeah Education Academy, Inc., a Florida Non-Profit Corporation will hold a VIRTUAL Special Public Meeting at 6:45 p.m. on Tuesday, April 14, 2020. The Special Meeting of the Board of Directors is called to discuss eligibility and application for a loan under the Paycheck Protection Program of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) to fund permitted charter school operational costs and to hold conduct its annual corporate meeting.

The meeting will follow the guidelines and procedures for virtual special public meetings adopted by the City of Hialeah by Emergency Order of the Mayor. For detailed instructions and other information on how to provide public comments or participate in the meeting using any of the options described in this Notice please refer to the guidelines and procedures available on the City’s website at www.hialeahfl.gov. The Office of the City Clerk can also email a copy of the meeting guidelines and procedures to anyone who requests a copy by telephone at (305) 883-5820 or by email at cityclerk@hialeahfl.gov.

Notice of Virtual Special Public Meeting of the Board of Directors of the City of Hialeah Education Academy, INC.


Update #23

Emergency Order Requiring All Persons to Cover Nose and Mouth in Public in the City of Hialeah

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, I HEREBY ORDER:

1. All employees, contractors, operators, or agents of essential services business establishments permitted to remain open pursuant to Governor DeSantis’s Executive Order 20-91 and 20-89 and Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 07-20, as amended, must cover their nose and mouth with a mask when the performance of their employment duties or business activities in providing an essential service to the public involves person-to-person contact with the public and a minimum six-foot distance cannot be maintained.

2. All individuals must cover their nose and mouth with a mask when seeking or obtaining essential services where the service involves person-to-person contact with an employee, contractor, operator or agent of the essential services business establishment or the general public and a minimum six-foot distance cannot be maintained.

3. Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 1 and 2, all individuals must cover their nose and mouth with a mask in restaurants, food service business establishments, pharmacies, supermarkets, groceries and all other essential retail business establishments that sell to the general public (a) human food, animal/pet food, pet supplies or beverage products; (b) hardware or building materials, consumer electronics, technology or appliances, telecommunication devices; or (c) office supplies or products.

4. All individuals when engaging in essential activities, as defined by Executive Order 20-91, in public must cover their nose and mouth with a mask.

5. A mask required by this Order may be homemade of cloth as recommended by the CDC. All CDC guidelines on COVID-19 can be accessed at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html.

6. All essential retail and commercial establishments are strongly encouraged to implement policies for employees to use personal protective equipment such as gloves, subject to the availability of such items.

7. This Order shall not be interpreted to restrict any employee or customer from accessing any essential retail or commercial establishment to address any emergency or other exigent circumstance, even if a mask is not readily available at the time such emergency or other exigent circumstance occurs.

8. This Emergency Order shall be strictly adhered to at all times while the City’s declaration of emergency remains in effect and enforceable pursuant to Florida law.

Orden de emergencia que require que todas las personas cubran la nariz y la boca en publico en la Ciudad de Hialeah

EFECTIVO INMEDIATAMENTE, POR LA PRESENTE ORDEN:

1. Todos los empleados, contratistas, operadores o agentes de establecimientos comerciales de servicios esenciales autorizados a permanecer abiertos de conformidad con la Orden Ejecutiva 20-91 y 20-89 del Gobernador De Santis y la Orden de Emergencia 07-20 del Condado de Miami-Dade, según enmendada, deben cubrir su nariz y boca con una máscara en el desempeño de sus tareas laborales o actividades comerciales en la prestación de servicios esenciales al público implicando el contacto de persona a persona y la distancia mínima de seis pies no pueda mantenerse.

2. Todas las personas deben cubrirse la nariz y la boca con una máscara cuando busquen u obtengan servicios esenciales que el servicio implique contacto de persona a persona con un empleado, contratista, operador o agente del establecimiento comercial de servicios esenciales o el público en general y no se pueda mantener una distancia mínima de seis pies.

3. Sin perjuicio de las disposiciones de los párrafos 1 y 2, todas las personas deben cubrirse la nariz y la boca con una máscara en restaurantes, establecimientos comerciales de servicios de alimentos, farmacias, supermercados, tiendas de comestibles y todos los demás establecimientos comerciales esenciales que venden al público en general (a ) alimentos para humanos, alimentos para animales / mascotas, suministros para mascotas o productos de bebidas; (b) materiales de construcción, electrónica de consumo, tecnología o electrodomésticos, dispositivos de telecomunicaciones; o (c) suministros o productos de oficina.

4. Todas las personas que participen en actividades esenciales, según lo define la Orden Ejecutiva 20-91, en público deben cubrirse la nariz y la boca con una máscara.

5. Una máscara requerida por esta Orden puede ser de tela hecha en casa, según lo recomendado por la CDC. Se puede acceder a todas las pautas de la CDC sobre COVID-19 en https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html.

6. Se recomienda encarecidamente a todos los establecimientos comerciales y minoristas esenciales que implementen políticas para que los empleados utilicen equipos de protección personal, como guantes, sujeto a la disponibilidad de dichos artículos.

7. Esta Orden no se interpretará para restringir a ningún empleado o cliente el acceso a cualquier establecimiento minorista o comercial esencial para abordar cualquier emergencia u otra circunstancia exigente, incluso si no se dispone de una máscara en el momento en que ocurre dicha emergencia u otra circunstancia exigente.

8. Esta Orden de Emergencia se cumplirá estrictamente en todo momento mientras la declaración de emergencia de la Ciudad permanezca vigente y ejecutable de conformidad con la ley de Florida.

Emergency Order Requiring All Persons to Cover Nose and Mouth in Public in the City of Hialeah


Update #22

EMERGENCY ORDER RESTRICTING WALK-UP SERVICE WINDOWS OR “VENTANITAS” AT ALL FOOD SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS IN THE CITY OF HIALEAH, FLORDIA

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, I HEREBY ORDER:

1. The use of a walk-up service window by a food service business establishment shall be limited to either (a) acceptance of an order from, or (b) payment by, or (c) delivery of food to a customer, if the order has been paid in advance prior to the customer’s arrival at the food service business establishment, or (d) both payment and delivery, if payment and delivery occur simultaneously or in quick succession. Once the customer places an order at a walk-up service window, the customer shall wait for delivery of the order inside a parked vehicle. The food service establishment shall not allow customers to wait at, near or in the vicinity of the walk-up service window or on the premises of the food service business establishment while the customer’s order is being prepared. If delivery does not occur at the time of payment as provided by (d), then the customer shall wait for delivery of the order inside a parked vehicle and delivery of the order to the customer shall be made by an employee of the food service business establishment at the customer’s car.

2. Food service business establishments shall require all customers using walk-up service windows for the purposes allowed and in the manner mandated by this Order to wear masks.

3. Food service business establishments shall not allow customers to consume any beverage or eat any food on the premises of the food service business establishment. Food service business establishments shall not allow social gathering at, near or in the vicinity of the walk-up service window or on the premises of the food service business establishment.

4. This order shall not apply to food service business establishments with drive-up or drive-through facilities built and approved through the municipal development or building process.

5. This Emergency Order shall be strictly adhered to at all times while the City’s declaration of emergency remains in effect and enforceable pursuant to Florida law.

 

ORDEN DE EMERGENCIA QUE RESTRINGE LAS VENTANAS O VENTANITAS DE SERVICIO EN TODOS LOS ESTABLECIMIENTOS DE SERVICIOS DE ALIMENTOS EN LA CIUDAD DE HIALEAH

EFECTIVO INMEDIATAMENTE, POR LA PRESENTE ORDEN:

1.El uso de una ventana de servicio sin cita previa por parte de un establecimiento comercial de servicios de alimentos se limitará a (a) la aceptación de un pedido de, o (b) el pago por, o (c) la entrega de alimentos a un cliente, si el pedido se ha pagado por adelantado antes de la llegada del cliente al establecimiento comercial de servicios de alimentos, o (d) tanto el pago como la entrega, si el pago y la entrega se producen simultáneamente o en rápida sucesión. Una vez que el cliente realiza un pedido en una ventana de servicio sin cita previa, el cliente deberá esperar la entrega del pedido dentro de un vehículo estacionado. El establecimiento de servicio de alimentos no permitirá que los clientes esperen cerca de la ventana del servicio de atención o en las instalaciones del establecimiento de negocios de servicio de alimentos mientras se prepara el pedido del cliente. Si la entrega no se produce en el momento del pago según lo dispuesto en (d), el cliente deberá esperar la entrega del pedido dentro de un vehículo estacionado y la entrega del pedido al cliente deberá ser realizada por un empleado de la empresa de servicios de alimentos al auto del cliente.

2. Los establecimientos comerciales de servicios de alimentos deberán exigir a todos los clientes que utilicen ventanas de servicio sin cita previa para los fines permitidos y de la manera ordenada por la Orden de usar máscaras.

3. Los establecimientos comerciales de servicios de alimentos no permitirán que los clientes consuman ninguna bebida o coman alimentos en las instalaciones del establecimiento comercial de servicios de alimentos. Los establecimientos comerciales de servicios alimenticios no deben permitir la reunión social en, o cerca de la ventana de servicio sin cita previa o en las instalaciones del establecimiento comercial de servicios alimenticios.

4. Esta orden no se aplicará a los establecimientos comerciales de servicios de alimentos con instalaciones de acceso o entrada construidas y aprobadas a través del proceso de desarrollo o construcción municipal.

5. Esta Orden de emergencia se cumplirá estrictamente en todo momento mientras la declaración de emergencia de la Ciudad permanezca vigente y ejecutable de conformidad con la ley de Florida.


EMERGENCY ORDER RESTRICTING WALK-UP SERVICE WINDOWS OR “VENTANITAS” AT ALL FOOD SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS IN THE CITY OF HIALEAH, FLORIDA


Update #21

NOTICE OF VIRTUAL SPECIAL PUBLIC MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL

Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Hialeah will hold a VIRTUAL Special Public Meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 14, 2020. The Special Meeting of the City Council is called to approve the appropriation or expenditure of public funds on items deemed essential to continue the city’s operations, functions and services during the pendency of the public health emergency. The agenda for this Special Meeting is available to the public on the City’s website and can be accessed at https://www.hialeahfl.gov/agendacenter. The Office of the City Clerk can also email a copy of the agenda to anyone who requests a copy by telephone at (305) 883-5820 or by email at cityclerk@hialeahfl.gov.

Se da aviso que el Ayuntamiento de la Ciudad de Hialeah llevará a cabo una Reunión Pública Especial VIRTUAL a las 7:00 p.m. el martes 14 de abril de 2020. Se convoca a la Reunión Especial del Consejo de la Ciudad para aprobar la asignación o el gasto de fondos públicos en artículos que se consideran esenciales para continuar las operaciones, funciones y servicios de la ciudad durante la pendencia de la emergencia de salud pública. La agenda de esta reunión especial está disponible para el público en el sitio web de la ciudad y se puede acceder en https://www.hialeahfl.gov/agendacenter. La Oficina de la Secretaria de la Ciudad también puede enviar una copia de la agenda por correo electrónico a cualquiera que solicite una copia por teléfono al (305) 883-5820 o por correo electrónico a cityclerk@hialeahfl.gov.

Notice of Virtual Special Public Meeting of the City Council

Aviso de Reunion Publica Especial Virtual

Order on Emergency Public Meeting Guidelines and Procedures Using Communications Media Technology in Response to COVID19


Update #20

The City of Hialeah will be Opening 4 Locations to Provide Unemployment Forms and Assistance to Those Who Need Unemployment Benefits

Due to the overwhelming demand with the need for unemployment benefits, the City of Hialeah in conjunction with State Speaker Jose Oliva, State Senator Manny Diaz, and State Representative Bryan Avila will be opening 4 locations to give unemployment applications and assistance to all who are in need to apply, and due to high demand has not been able to get through the State of Florida unemployment website or 1-800 hotline number.

Beginning Wednesday, April 8, 2020, the new schedule for collecting unemployment and assistance applications will be from 10:00am to 3:00pm until further notice. This is a drive-thru event. You must be in a vehicle to receive the unemployment application. If you do not meet these requirements, unfortunately, you will not be served. We look forward to your full collaboration. Locations to collect unemployment and assistance applications:

  1. Slade Park (2501 West 74th Street, Hialeah, FL 33016)
  2. Goodlet Park (4200 West 8th Avenue, Hialeah, FL 33012)
  3. John F. Kennedy Library (190 West 49th Street, Hialeah, FL 33012)
  4. Babcock Park (651 East 4th Avenue, Hialeah, FL 33010)

La Ciudad de Hialeah abrirá 4 ubicaciones para proporcionar formularios  y asistencia a aquellos que necesiten beneficios de desempleo

Debido a la abrumadora demanda con la necesidad de beneficios de desempleo, la Ciudad de Hialeah en union con el Presidente de la camara de Representantes de la Florida José Oliva, el Senador estatal Manny Díaz y el Representante estatal Bryan Avila abrirán 4 ubicaciones para dar solicitudes y asistencia a todos los que necesiten solicitarlar beneficios de desempleo, y debido a la gran demanda no han podido acceder a través del sitio web del Estado de Florida o al número de línea directa 1-800.

A partir del Miercoles 8 de abril de 2020, el nuevo horario para recoger las solicitudes de desempleo y asistencia será de 10:00am a 3:00pm hasta nuevo aviso. Le recordamos que solamente serán atendidos aquellos que lo hagan a través de su vehículo.No olvidemos que necesitamos seguir manteniendo la distancia social, quienes no cumplan estos requisitos lamentablemente no podrán ser atendidos. Esperamos su total colaboración. Locaciones para recoger las solicitudes de desempleo y asistencia:

  1. Slade Park (2501 West 74th Street, Hialeah, FL 33016)
  2. Goodlet Park (4200 West 8th Avenue, Hialeah, FL 33012)
  3. John F. Kennedy Library (190 West 49th Street, Hialeah, FL 33012)
  4. Babcock Park (651 East 4th Avenue, Hialeah, FL 33010)


Update #19

City of Hialeah Planning & Zoning Department

Due to the current situation with COVID-19 the Planning & Zoning Department is closed to the public. We will continue to process concurrency and site plan reviews, applications for hearings and zoning determination letters. All applications that require onsite inspections are cancelled until further notice. Our office is operating internally with on-site reduced staff and tele-working staff.

Please contact us at 305-883-8075 or email the Planning & Zoning Official at dstorch@hialeahfl.gov.


Departamento de Planificacion y Zonificacion de la Ciudad de Hialeah

Debido a la situacion actual con el COVID-19 el Departamento de Planificacion y Zonificacion se encuentra cerrado al publico. Continuaremos procesando planos de “concurrency y site plan review”, aplicaciones para audiencias publicas y cartas de zonificacion. Todas las aplicaciones que requieran inspecciones fisicas estan canceladas hasta proximo aviso. Nuestra oficina esta operando internamente con personal reducido en las oficinas y personal trabajando remotamente.

Por favor contactese con nosotros al telefono 305-883-8075 o enviele un correo electronico a la Planning & Zoning Official a dstorch@hialeahfl.gov.


Update #18

The Department of Public Works

Dear residents:

The department of public works is closed to the public due to the covid-19 crisis until further notice. 

The drive-thru will remain open to receive payments.

 ACCEPTED PAYMENT METHODS INCLUDE:

  • online payments 
    • follow links at www.hialeahfl.gov
    •  direct link at hialeah.merchanttransact.com 
    • or through your financial institution
  • payments by mail
  • payment by phone 305-556-3800
  • payments made at AMSCOT
  • Drive-Thru cashier 8:30am-5:00pm Mon-Fri
  • Bill Depository 24/7 (located adjacent to the Drive-Thru)

 Customer service questions about your account can also be answered by emailing:  customerservicews@hialeahfl.gov

FORMS:

Deposit Form

Deposit Receipt

Disconnection Form


Estimado público:

El departamento de obras publicas estara cerrado para el publico hasta nuevo aviso, debido a la crisis del covid-19

El drive-thru si se mantinene abierto para hacer sus pagos.

 LOS SIGUIENTES SON MÉTODOS DE PAGOS ACEPTABLES: 

  • Pagos en línea:  
    • Siga los enlaces a través de la página www.hialeahfl.gov 
    • Enlace directo: hialeah.merchanttransact.com 
    • Pagos a través de su banco
  • Pagos por correo (3700 W 4 AV, Hialeah, FL 33012)
  • Pagos por teléfono 305-556-3800 (elija su idioma y marque #2 para pagar por teléfono)
  • Pagos a través de AMSCOT (885 W 49th St, Hialeah, FL 33012)
  • Ventanilla para servicio al automovilista:  8:30am-5:00pm de lunes-viernes
  • Caja para depósitos 24/7 (junto a la ventanilla servicio al automovilista)

Preguntas al servicio al cliente sobre su cuenta pueden ser contestada a trávez del correo electronico:  customerservicews@hialeahfl.gov

FORMAS:

Formularios de Depósito

Recibo de Depósito

Formulario de Desconexión


Update #17

SMALL BUSINESS PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM (PPP)

The Paycheck Protection Program provides small businesses with funds to pay up to 8 weeks of payroll costs including benefits. Funds can also be used to pay interest on mortgages, rent, and utilities.

Fully Forgiven 

Funds are provided in the form of loans that will be fully forgiven when used for payroll costs, interest on mortgages, rent, and utilities (due to likely high subscription, at least 75% of the forgiven amount must have been used for payroll). Loan payments will also be deferred for six months. No collateral or personal guarantees are required. Neither the government nor lenders will charge small businesses any fees.

Must Keep Employees on the Payroll—or Rehire Quickly 

Forgiveness is based on the employer maintaining or quickly rehiring employees and maintaining salary levels. Forgiveness will be reduced if full-time headcount declines, or if salaries and wages decrease.

All Small Businesses Eligible 

Small businesses with 500 or fewer employees—including nonprofits, veterans organizations, tribal concerns, self-employed individuals, sole proprietorships, and independent contractors— are eligible. Businesses with more than 500 employees are eligible in certain industries.

When to Apply 

Starting April 3, 2020, small businesses and sole proprietorships can apply. Starting April 10, 2020, independent contractors and self-employed individuals can apply. We encourage you to apply as quickly as you can because there is a funding cap.

How to Apply 

You can apply through any existing SBA 7(a) lender or through any federally insured depository institution, federally insured credit union, and Farm Credit System institution that is participating. Other regulated lenders will be available to make these loans once they are approved and enrolled in the program. You should consult with your local lender as to whether it is participating. All loans will have the same terms regardless of lender or borrower. A list of participating lenders as well as additional information and full terms can be found at www.sba.gov.

The Paycheck Protection Program is implemented by the Small Business Administration with support from the Department of the Treasury. Lenders should also visit www.sba.gov or www.coronavirus.gov for more information.


PROGRAMA DE PROTECCIÓN DE CHEQUES DE PEQUEÑAS EMPRESAS (PPP)

El Programa de protección de cheques de pago proporciona a las pequeñas empresas fondos para pagar hasta 8 semanas de costos de nómina, incluidos los beneficios. Los fondos también se pueden utilizar para pagar intereses sobre hipotecas, alquileres y servicios públicos.


Completamente perdonado

Los fondos se proporcionan en forma de préstamos que serán completamente perdonados cuando se usen para costos de nómina, intereses sobre hipotecas, alquileres y servicios públicos (debido a una alta suscripción probable, al menos el 75% de la cantidad perdonada debe haberse utilizado para la nómina). Los pagos de préstamos también serán diferidos por seis meses. No se requieren garantías colaterales o personales. Ni el gobierno ni los prestamistas cobrarán honorarios a las pequeñas empresas.

Debe mantener a los empleados en la nómina o volver a contratar rápidamente

El perdón se basa en que el empleador mantiene o recontrata rápidamente a los empleados y mantiene los niveles salariales. El perdón se reducirá si disminuye el personal a tiempo completo, o si los sueldos y salarios disminuyen.


Todas las pequeñas empresas son elegibles

Son elegibles las pequeñas empresas con 500 empleados o menos, incluidas organizaciones sin fines de lucro, organizaciones de veteranos, empresas tribales, trabajadores independientes, propietarios únicos y contratistas independientes. Las empresas con más de 500 empleados son elegibles en ciertas industrias.

Cuando aplicar

A partir del 3 de abril de 2020, pueden solicitar pequeñas empresas y empresas unipersonales. A partir del 10 de abril de 2020, los contratistas independientes y los trabajadores independientes pueden presentar una solicitud. Le recomendamos que presente su solicitud lo más rápido posible porque hay un límite de financiación.


Cómo aplicar

Puede solicitarlo a través de cualquier prestamista SBA 7 (a) existente o de cualquier institución depositaria asegurada federalmente, cooperativa de crédito asegurada federalmente e institución del Sistema de Crédito Agrícola que participe. Otros prestamistas regulados estarán disponibles para hacer estos préstamos una vez que sean aprobados e inscritos en el programa. Debe consultar con su prestamista local si está participando. Todos los préstamos tendrán los mismos términos independientemente del prestamista o prestatario. Puede encontrar una lista de prestamistas participantes, así como información adicional y términos completos en www.sba.gov.


El Programa de Protección de Cheques de Pago es implementado por la Administración de Pequeñas Empresas con el apoyo del Departamento del Tesoro. Los prestamistas también deben visitar www.sba.gov o www.coronavirus.gov para obtener más información.


Update #16

Coronavirus Testing Site in Hialeah

In collaboration with Commissioner Esteban Bovo, Jr. and Former Senator René García, a free Coronavirus testing site is opening April 2, 2020 at 9:00am in Amelia Earhart Park (401 E 65th St, Hialeah, FL 33013).

This location is for Northwest Dade residents aged 65 or older who are experiencing symptoms of the Coronavirus. By appointment only.

To book an appointment to get tested for the coronavirus (COVID-19):

CALL 305-COVID19 

305-268-4319

 

En colaboración con el Comisionado Esteban Bovo, Jr. y el ex Senador René García, un centro de pruebas gratuito para realizar examenes del coronavirus va abrir a partir del 2 de abril de 2020 a las 9:00 a.m en Amelia Earhart Park (401 E 65th St, Hialeah, FL 33013). 

Para los residentes del noroeste de Dade de 65 años o más que experimentan síntomas del coronavirus. Solo por cita.

Para reservar una cita para hacerse la prueba del coronavirus (COVID-19): 

LLAME AL 305-COVID19

305-268-4319

 

Update #15

Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 16-20 orders Adult Day Cares within the unincorporated and incorporated areas of the County to close, or otherwise cease all programs to deliver personal services to the elderly, effective April 3, 2020 at 11:59 PM. Notwithstanding, staff employed at such sites may continue business operations which do not involve the delivery of personal services to the elderly population. This order does not apply to Assisted Living Facilities as defined under section 429.02, Florida Statutes or Nursing Homes as defined in section 400.021 Florida statues.

Orden de emergencia del condado de Miami-Dade 16-20 ordena a los centros diurnos para adultos dentro de las áreas no incorporadas e incorporadas del Condado que cierren, o de otra manera suspendan todos los programas para brindar servicios personales a los ancianos, a partir del 3 de abril de 2020 a las 11:59 p.m. No obstante, el personal empleado en dichos sitios puede continuar las operaciones comerciales que no implican la entrega de servicios personales a la población de edad avanzada. Esta orden no se aplica a las instalaciones de vivienda asistida según se define en la sección 429.02, los Estatutos de la Florida o los hogares de ancianos según se define en la sección 400.021 de las estatuas de la Florida.

Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 16-20


Update #14

Governor Ron Desantis announces new COVID-19 testing site in the City of Hialeah

Governor Ron Desantis has announced today that there will be a new testing site to serve the residents of the City of Hialeah in the next few days, the location will be announced soon.

“After weeks of making the argument for the City of Hialeah, which is sixth-largest city in the State of Florida, and its need of a testing site to serve its residents, especially our elderly population, I am happy to see that Governor Desantis has made this decision. This will be a great help to our city in the fight against the coronavirus” -Mayor Carlos Hernandez

Mayor Hernandez is available for comments on this new testing site coming to the City of Hialeah.

El Gobernador Ron Desantis Anuncia Nuevo Sitio de prueba de COVID-19 en la Ciudad de Hialeah

 El Gobernador Ron Desantis ha anunciado hoy que habrá un nuevo sitio de pruebas para atender a los residentes de la Ciudad de Hialeah en los próximos días, la ubicación se anunciará pronto.

 "Después de semanas de argumentar a favor de la ciudad de Hialeah, que es la sexta ciudad más grande del estado de Florida, y su necesidad de un sitio de prueba para atender a sus residentes, especialmente a nuestra población de ancianos, me alegra ver que el gobernador Desantis ha tomado esta decisión .Esto será de gran ayuda para nuestra ciudad en la lucha contra el coronavirus ”-Mayor Carlos Hernández

 El alcalde Hernández está disponible para comentarios sobre este nuevo sitio de pruebas que llega a la ciudad de Hialeah.


Update #13

The City of Hialeah will enforce a nightly curfew beginning today, Monday, March 30th, in an effort to slow the person-to-person spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. The curfew runs from 11:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. nightly until further notice.

Exceptions to the curfew order for residents to be aware of:

  • Resident travel to and from approved, essential workplaces
  • Medical emergencies
  • Dog walking: residents must stay within 250 feet of their home or building at all times
  • Food delivery services

Additionally, the following are permitted:

  • Provision of essential state, county and City of Hialeah emergency services and hospital services
  • Utility emergency repairs

La Ciudad de Hialeah impondrá un toque de queda nocturno a partir de hoy, lunes 30 de marzo, en un esfuerzo por frenar la propagación de persona a persona del coronavirus COVID-19. El toque de queda es a partir de las 11:00 p.m. hasta las 5:00 a.m. todas las noches hasta nuevo aviso.

Excepciones a la orden de toque de queda para que los residentes tengan en cuenta: 

• Viajes de residentes hacia y desde lugares de trabajo esenciales aprobados

• Emergencias Médicas

• Paseos con perros: los residentes deben permanecer a menos de 250 pies de su casa o edificio en todo momento

• Servicios de entrega de alimentos.

Además, se permiten los siguientes: 

• Prestación de servicios esenciales de emergencia del estado, condado, de la ciudad de

Hialeah y servicios hospitalarios.

• Servicio de Reparaciones de Emergencia.


Emergency Curfew Order for the City of Hialeah


Update #12

The Miami- Dade County Emergency Order 13-20 orders that all establishments defined as essential commercial or retail establishment in Emergency Order 07-20, as amended from time to time, shall use reasonable efforts to ensure that customers and employees on site maintain appropriate social distancing (6ft), as recommended by the current CDC guidance, particularly in checkout, pick-up or take-out areas, and also in employee breakrooms and common use areas. Reasonable efforts may include, but are not limited to, marking floors at appropriate intervals or providing other visible systems to allow persons to maintain proper social distancing.

Orden de emergencia 13-20 del condado de Miami Dade ordena que todos los establecimientos definidos como establecimientos comerciales o minoristas esenciales en la Orden de emergencia 07-20, modificada periódicamente, hagan esfuerzos razonables para garantizar que los clientes y empleados en el sitio mantengan un distanciamiento social adecuado (6 pies), según lo recomendado por la guía actual del CDC, particularmente en las áreas de recogida, pago, retiro  y también en salas de descanso para empleados y áreas de uso común. Los esfuerzos razonables pueden incluir, entre otros, marcar pisos a intervalos apropiados o proporcionar otros sistemas visibles para permitir que las personas mantengan un distanciamiento social adecuado.

Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 13-20

Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 7-20


Update #11

City of Hialeah Building Department

Due to the current situation with COVID-19, the City of Hialeah building department will be closed to the public starting Monday, March 30, 2020. We will continue to operate internally with limited staff. Plans processing will continue as well as field inspections for the time being. Continue to send your requests for inspections as usual to inspections@hialeahfl.gov.

We are currently not performing overtime inspections or conducting expedited plan review.

*Please note, permits or plans pick up will not be provided & process numbers will not be issued at the moment nor will an upfront fee be collected at that time. A building department clerk will contact you via email or phone to follow up with the submittal.

We are also providing the capability to email your complete submittal for minor permits (8-1/2” x 11”), including:

  • Roofing
  • Window/door replacement
  • A/C change out
  • Electrical reconnect & repairs
  • water service & sewer connections/repairs

We will contact you once the permit has been approved or denied. If approved, we will provide a link to pay for the permit online by credit card (Visa/MasterCard) and email back your approved submittal and permit card.

If you have previously submitted for one of the permits listed above and it has been approved, please inquire about the ability to pay the fees online and obtain the approved permit documents via email.

We encourage you to apply for your permit electronically if you can do so.

You can also apply for Certificates of Occupancy, Certificates of Completion, Re-Occupancy certificates and Microfilm record requests via email.

For more information, please contact us at (305) 883-5825 or buildingdepartment@hialeahfl.gov.

Please check back periodically as this information may change.


Departamento de Building de la Ciudad de Hialeah 

Debido a la situación actual con COVID-19, el Departamento de Building de la Ciudad de Hialeah estará cerrado al público comenzando el 30 de marzo del 2020. Continuaremos operando internamente con personal limitado. Por el momento, se continuarán procesando planos al igual que se las inspecciones. Continúe enviando sus pedidos de inspecciones a inspections@hialeahfl.gov como de costumbre.

No estaremos haciendo inspecciones overtime, tampoco estaremos revisando planos de manera acelerada.

*Por favor note, permisos y planos no se podrán recoger. Números de proceso no serán dados en el momento, tampoco se colectará un deposito por adelantado. Una empleada del Departamento de Building se contactará con usted por teléfono o correo electrónico para hacerle seguimiento a lo entregado.

Adicionalmente, estaremos ofreciendo la capacidad de hacer la entrega de permisos pequeños (8.5” x 11”), lo que incluye permisos de:

  • Techo
  • Reemplazo de ventana/puerta
  • Cambio de aire acondicionado
  • Reconexión eléctrica & reparaciones
  • Servicio de agua y reparaciones/conexiones de alcantarillado

Usted será contactado una vez que su permiso haya sido aprobado o negado. Si es aprobado, se le proveerá un sitio de internet donde se podrá hacer el pago del permiso con tarjeta de crédito/debito (Visa/MasterCard). Se le enviara por correo electrónico sus planos aprobados y tarjeta de permiso.

Si usted aplico previamente para unos de los permisos mencionado y ha sido aprobado, por favor contáctenos para preguntarnos sobre la posibilidad de pagar su permiso por internet y recibir sus planos aprobados por correo electrónico.

Si es posible, los invitamos a aplicar electrónicamente por su permiso.

También podrá aplicar por Certificados de Ocupación, Certificados de Finalización, Certificados de Re-Ocupancia, Pedidos de registros de Microfilm por correo electrónico.

Para mas información, por favor póngase en contacto con nosotros por teléfono al (305) 883-5825 o por correo electrónico buildingdepartment@hialeahfl.gov.

Por favor continúe visitando nuestro sitio de internet para la información más actualizada.


Update# 10

City of Hialeah City Hall

City of Hialeah City Hall will be closed to the public starting on Monday, March 30th, 2020, until further notice. 


El ayuntamiento de la Ciudad de Hialeah estará cerrado al público a partir del lunes 30 de marzo de 2020 hasta nuevo aviso.


Update #9

Miami-Dade County Testing Sites

Hard Rock Stadium (Drive-thru Testing)

East Parking Lot - 347 Don Shula Dr., Miami Gardens, FL 33056 Hours: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Hard Rock Stadium will be a COVID-19 Mobile Testing Site.

Who can get tested here:

• Seniors 65 years or older

• First responders

• Healthcare Providers

Nurses will screen clients to determine their eligibility for testing. Those who do not meet

the criteria will be turned away. Those tested will be instructed to wait 48 – 72 hours for

notification of results from a health representative.


What to bring:

• If you meet these criteria, be sure to bring your ID. You must have it to be tested.

• First responders and health care workers bring your agency ID


Things to consider:

• There are no bathrooms

• You will not be permitted to exit your vehicle.

• No bicycles or mopeds will be allowed.

• Each person who needs testing must be seated next to a working window

• All passengers must stay inside vehicles from arrival to departure

• Try to limit the people in your vehicle to those needing testing

• There may be significant wait times


Marlins Park (Drive-thru Testing) 

501 Marlins Way, Miami, FL 33125

This testing location is by appointment only. You must call first to get an appointment. Those without an appointment will be turned away.

You can call 305-499-8767 to make an appointment.

If you call before 9 a.m., you will not be able to connect.

The call center will open daily at 9 a.m. and will remain open until all appointment slots for the next day have been filled. For now, daily testing is available at this site for 300 people.

Who can get tested here:

• Individuals, 65 years of age or older, who have COVID-19 symptoms

• You will not be permitted to exit your vehicle

• You cannot walkup to this testing site

• Only one other passenger is allowed in the car

• Both the driver and passenger will be tested


Hard Rock Stadium (sin salir del auto)

Estacionamiento Este - 347 Don Shula Dr., Miami Gardens, FL 33056 Horario: 9 a.m. a 5 p.m.

Hard Rock Stadium será un sitio móvil de pruebas COVID-19.

¿Quién puede hacerse la prueba aquí?

• Personas mayores de 65 años o más

• Personal de primeros auxilios

• Proveedores de servicios de salud

Las enfermeras evaluarán a los clientes para determinar su elegibilidad para la prueba. Los que no se encuentran los criterios serán rechazados. Los examinados recibirán instrucciones de esperar 48 a 72 horas para notificación de resultados de un representante de salud.


Que traer: 

• Si cumple con estos criterios, asegúrese de traer su identificación, debe tenerla para ser probado.

• Los socorristas y los trabajadores de atención médica deben traer su identificación de agencia.


Cosas para considerar:

• No hay baños

• No se le permitirá salir de su vehículo.

• No se permitirán bicicletas o ciclomotores.

• Cada persona que necesita una prueba debe estar sentada al lado de una ventana 

• Todos los pasajeros deben permanecer dentro de los vehículos desde la llegada hasta la salida.

• Intente limitar las personas en su vehículo a las que necesitan pruebas.

• Puede haber tiempos de espera significativos


Marlins Park (sin salir del auto) 

501 Marlins Way, Miami, FL 33125

Esta ubicación de prueba es solo con cita previa. Debe llamar primero para obtener una cita. Los que no tengan cita serán rechazados.

Puede llamar al 305-499-8767 para hacer una cita.

Si llama antes de las 9 a.m., no podrá conectarse.

El centro de atención telefónica abrirá todos los días a las 9 a.m. y permanecerá abierto hasta que se hayan completado todos los espacios de citas para el día siguiente. Por ahora, las pruebas diarias están disponibles en este sitio para 300 personas.

¿Quién puede hacerse la prueba aquí?

• Individuos, de 65 años de edad o mayores, que tienen síntomas de COVID-19

• No se le permitirá salir de tu vehículo

• No puede acceder a este sitio de prueba caminando

• Solo otro pasajero está permitido en el automóvil

• Tanto el conductor como el pasajero serán evaluados.


Update #8

Federal Employee Rights: Paid Sick Leave and Expanded Family and Medical Leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Employee Rights: Paid Sick Leave and Expanded Family and Medical Leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act


Update #7

Department of Public Works

In order to protect the safety and well-being of our residents and employees, due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) the following protocol is now in place until further notice:

Paying Bills? - The City is accepting payment only via telephone, internet, at AMSCOT, or the drive-up window..

Need to Speak with Customer Service Representative? - Please note that we will only allow entry to a maximum of 7 individuals at a time. 

We thank you for your attention and patience. Accepted payment methods include:

  • online payments
    • follow links at www.hialeahfl.gov 
    • direct link at hialeah.merchanttransact.com 
    • or through your financial institution
  • payments by mail (3700 W 4 AV, Hialeah, FL 33012)  
  • payment by phone 305-556-3800 (select language and choose #2 for pay by phone)  
  • payments made at AMSCOT (885 W 49th ST, Hialeah, FL 33012)  
  • Drive-Thru teller 8:30am-5:00pm Mon-Fri  
  • Bill Depository 24/7 (located adjacent to the Drive-Thru)


A raiz de la pandemia del virus corona (COVID-19) hemos establecido nuevas normas para la protección y seguridad de todos nuestros residents y empleados. Esta normas seguiran en vigencia hasta nuevo aviso:

Para Pagar Por Los Servicios: - La ciudad está aceptando pagos solamente a través del teléfono, por la internet, en la ventanilla para servicio al automovilista o a través de los servicios de AMSCOT.

Necesita Hablar Con un Representate de Servicio al Cliente? - Para aceder al vestíbulo, solamente permitiremosal acceso a un máximo de siete personas a la vez. Las demás personas tendá que esperar su turno en fila afuera de las instalaciones.

Le agradecemos su paciencia y atención a estas nuevas normas. Los siguientes son métodos de pagos aceptables:

  • Pagos en línea: 
    • Siga los enlaces a través de la página www.hialeahfl.gov 
    • Enlace directo: hialeah.merchanttransact.com 
    • Pagos a través de su banco 
  • Pagos por correo (3700 W 4 AV, Hialeah, FL 33012)  
  • Pagos por teléfono 305-556-3800 (elija su idioma y marque #2 para pagar por teléfono) 
  • Pagos a través de AMSCOT (885 W 49th St, Hialeah, FL 33012)  
  • Ventanilla para servicio al automovilista: 8:30am-5:00pm de lunes-viernes 
  • Caja para depósitos 24/7 (junto a la ventanilla servicio al automovilista


Update #6

The City of Hialeah continues to be committed to the safety and wellness of our residents, businesses, and visitors. The City of Hialeah will be taking the following community measures as a precaution to help prevent the spread of COVID-19:

  • All special events in the city will be postponed until further notice.
  • All City of Hialeah public meetings will be postponed until further notice.
  • All City of Hialeah Parks & Recreation facilities will be closed effective Wednesday, March 18th until further notice. All Parks & Recreation programs have been postponed until further notice. All permitted gatherings at City of Hialeah Parks have been canceled until May 1,st 2020 and is not accepting any rental applications.*
  • All Hialeah Public Libraries will be closed effective Friday, March 20, 2020, until further notice. All Hialeah Public Library programs have been postponed until further notice.
  • All Education & Community Services programs have been suspended until further notice.
  • Milander Center for Arts & Entertainment exhibitions and events have been canceled/postponed and will be closed for tours until May 1,st 2020.*

The City of Hialeah encourages the community to continue practicing social distancing by putting space between yourself and others, continue to practice healthy habits, like washing your hands for at least 20 seconds, and staying home if you’re sick, to help slow the spread of COVID-19, as recommended by the CDC.

*At that time, the City of Hialeah will evaluate recommendations by the CDC and Miami-Dade County and provide an update.

La ciudad de Hialeah continúa comprometida con la seguridad y el bienestar de nuestros residentes, empresas y visitantes. La Ciudad de Hialeah tomará las siguientes medidas comunitarias como precaución para ayudar a prevenir la propagación de COVID-19:   

  • Todos los eventos especiales en la ciudad serán pospuestos hasta nuevo aviso. 
  • Todas las reuniones públicas de la Ciudad de Hialeah se pospondrán hasta nuevo aviso. 
  • Todas las instalaciones de Parques y Recreación de la Ciudad de Hialeah permanecerán cerradas a partir del miércoles 18 de marzo hasta nuevo aviso. Todos los programas de Parques y Recreación han sido pospuestos hasta nuevo aviso. Todas las reuniones permitidas en los Parques de la Ciudad de Hialeah se han cancelado hasta el 1 de mayo de 2020 y no aceptan solicitudes de alquiler. * 
  • Todas las bibliotecas públicas de Hialeah estarán cerradas a partir del viernes 20 de marzo de 2020, hasta nuevo aviso. Todos los programas de la Biblioteca Pública de Hialeah han sido pospuestos hasta nuevo aviso. 
  • Todos los programas de educación y servicios comunitarios han sido suspendidos hasta nuevo aviso.
  • Las exhibiciones y eventos para Arte y Entretenimiento del Centro Milander han sido cancelados / pospuestos y permanecerán cerrados para visitas hasta el 1 de mayo de 2020.*

La Ciudad de Hialeah alienta a la comunidad a continuar practicando el distanciamiento social al poner espacio entre usted y los demás, continuar practicando hábitos saludables, como lavarse las manos durante al menos 20 segundos y quedarse en casa si está enfermo, para ayudar a disminuir la propagación de COVID-19, según lo recomendado por el CDC.

*En ese momento, la Ciudad de Hialeah evaluará las recomendaciones de los CDC y el Condado de Miami-Dade y proporcionará una actualización.


Update #5

The City of Hialeah has issued an order following the Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 03-20 and 7-20 mandating all entertainment establishments and non-essential businesses closed to patrons until further notice, in light of the COVID-19 coronavirus and increased cases of community transmission in South Florida.

La Ciudad de Hialeah emitió una orden siguiendo la Orden de Emergencia del Condado de Miami-Dade 03-20 y 07-20 que ordena que todos los establecimientos de entretenimiento y negocios no esenciales cierren a los clientes hasta nuevo aviso, a causa del COVID-19 coronavirus y aumento de casos de transmisión comunitaria en el sur de Florida.

Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 03-20

Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 07-20


Update #4

Governor Ron DeSantis activated the Florida Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan Program to support small businesses impacted by COVID-19. The bridge loan program, managed by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO), will provide short-term, interest-free loans to small businesses that experienced economic injury from COVID-19. The application period opens today, March 17, 2020 and runs through May 8, 2020. Visit https://floridadisasterloan.org/ for more information.

El gobernador Ron DeSantis activó el Programa de Préstamos Puente de Emergencia para pequeñas empresas de Florida para apoyar a las pequeñas empresas afectadas por COVID-19. El Programa de Préstamos Puente, administrado por el Departamento de Oportunidades Económicas de la Florida (DEO, por sus siglas en inglés), proporcionará préstamos a corto plazo y sin intereses a las pequeñas empresas que sufrieron daños económicos por COVID-19. El período de solicitud comienza hoy, 17 de marzo de 2020 y se extiende hasta el 8 de mayo de 2020. Visite https://floridadisasterloan.org/ para más información.


Update # 3

Please be advised that beginning Wednesday, March 18, 2020, all City of Hialeah Parks and Recreation Facilities will be closed until further notice. Programming in the parks have also been postponed until further notice. Should you have any further questions please contact the Department of Parks & Recreation at (305) 687-2650.

Tenga en cuenta que a partir del miércoles 18 de marzo de 2020, todos los Parques e Instalaciones de Recreación de la Ciudad de Hialeah estarán cerrados hasta nuevo aviso. La programación en los parques también se ha pospuesto hasta nuevo aviso. Si tiene más preguntas por favor comuníquese con el Departamento de Parques y Recreación al (305) 687-2650. 


Update #2

Restaurants in the City of Hialeah are ordered to close at 11 p.m. Kitchens may remain open for takeout and delivery orders. We encourage residents to use delivery services or drive-thru at fast-food establishments, which will remain open, as they continue to take precautions to ensure food safety.

Los restaurantes en la ciudad de Hialeah deberán cerrar a las 11 p.m. Las cocinas pueden permanecer abiertas para pedidos de comida para llevar y entregar. Alentamos a los residentes a utilizar los servicios de entrega o conducir en establecimientos de comida rápida, que permanecerán abiertos, ya que continuaran tomando precauciones para garantizar la seguridad de los alimentos. 


Update #1

Mayor Carlos Hernandez has signed a Declaration of State of Emergency for the City of Hialeah, today Monday, March 16, 2020, at 10:23 A.M. in conjunction with the declared State of Emergency from the State of Florida and Miami-Dade County. The City of Hialeah will be able to use this Declaration of State of Emergency to prepare the City in the event of an emergency and provide access to additional resources, which will be available to the City in case of an emergency.

El alcalde Carlos Hernández ha firmado una Declaración de estado de emergencia para la ciudad de Hialeah, hoy lunes 16 de marzo de 2020 a las 10:23 a.m. en conjunto con el estado de emergencia declarado por el estado de la Florida y el condado de Miami-Dade. La Ciudad de Hialeah podrá utilizar esta Declaración de Estado de Emergencia para preparar a la Ciudad en caso de emergencia y proporcionar acceso a recursos adicionales, que estarán disponibles para la Ciudad en caso de emergencia.

Thirty-Eighth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Thirty-Seventh Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah 

Thirty-Sixth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Thirty-Fifth Extension of Emergency order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah 

Thirty-Fourth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah 

Thirty-Third Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Thirty-Second Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Thirty-First Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Thirtieth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah  

Twenty-Ninth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Twenty-Eighth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Twenty-Seventh Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Twenty-Sixth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Twenty-Fifth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Twenty-Fourth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Twenty-Third Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Twenty-Second Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Twenty-First Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Twentieth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Nineteenth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Eighteenth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Seventeenth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Sixteenth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Fifteenth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Fourteenth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Thirteenth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Twelfth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Eleventh Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Tenth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Ninth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Eighth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Seventh Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Sixth Extension of Emergency Order Issued Monday, March, 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Fifth Extension of the Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Fourth Extension of the Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Third Extension of the Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Second Extension of the Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

First Extension of the Emergency Order Issued Monday, March 16, 2020 by the Mayor of the City of Hialeah

Press Release: City of Hialeah declares State of Emergency Due to COVID-19/La Ciudad de Hialeah Declara Estado de Emergencia Debido a COVID-19



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About COVID-19


COVID-19 can spread from person to person through small droplets from the nose or mouth, including when an individual coughs or sneezes. These droplets may land on objects and surfaces. Other people may contract COVID-19 by touching these objects or surfaces, then touching their eyes, nose or mouth.

Symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, cough and shortness of breath. Symptoms may appear in as few as two days or as many as 14 days following exposure. Most people recover from COVID-19 without needing special treatment. The elderly and those with underlying medical problems like high blood pressure, heart problems and diabetes are more likely to develop serious illness.

Take steps to protect yourself


Clean your hands often

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds especially after you have been in a public place, or after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
  • If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Cover all surfaces of your hands and rub them together until they feel dry.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

Avoid close contact

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick
  • Put distance between yourself and other people if COVID-19 is spreading in your community. This is especially important for people who are at higher risk of getting very sick.

Take steps to protect others


Stay home if you’re sick

  • Stay home if you are sick, except to get medical care. 

Cover coughs and sneezes

  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze or use the inside of your elbow.
  • Throw used tissues in the trash.
  • Immediately wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not readily available, clean your hands with a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.

Wear a facemask if you are sick

  • If you are sick: You should wear a facemask when you are around other people (e.g., sharing a room or vehicle) and before you enter a healthcare provider’s office. If you are not able to wear a facemask (for example, because it causes trouble breathing), then you should do your best to cover your coughs and sneezes, and people who are caring for you should wear a facemask if they enter your room. 
  • If you are NOT sick: You do not need to wear a facemask unless you are caring for someone who is sick (and they are not able to wear a facemask). Facemasks may be in short supply and they should be saved for caregivers.

Clean and disinfect

  • Clean AND disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily. This includes tables, doorknobs, light switches, countertops, handles, desks, phones, keyboards, toilets, faucets, and sinks.
  • If surfaces are dirty, clean them: Use detergent or soap and water prior to disinfection.

(Information Provided by Centers of Disease Control and Prevention


To monitor the current situation and for additional updates please visit: 


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

Florida Health

http://www.floridahealth.gov/diseases-and-conditions/COVID-19/index.html 

World Health Organization

https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019