AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO MIAMI-DADE COUNTY EMERGENCY ORDER Al-20
(ISSUED 5-30-2020, AMENDMENT NO. 1 on 5-31-2020, AMENDMENT NO. 2 on 6-3-2020)
County Mayor of Miami-Dade County, hereby orders:
1. Paragraph 1 of Emergency Order Al -20 is hereby amended and restated as follows:
A curfew is hereby imposed for all of Miami-Dade County, including incorporated and unincorporated areas, effective on May 30, 2020 from 10:00 p.m. through 6:00 a.m. each day. Effective May 31, 2020, such curfew is imposed from 9:00 p.m. each night until 6:00 a.m. each morning [[enékeseinded]]. >>Effective June 3.2020. such curfew is imposed from midnight each night until 6:00 a.m. each morning until rescinded.<< During the period of such curfew, no person shall make use of any street or sidewalk for any purpose, except active-duty police, fire rescue, first responder, medical, health care, media, and utility repair service personnel. In addition, the curfew shall not apply to persons who work at essential establishments who are returning directly to their homes from work, or going directly to work from their homes, and persons walking their dogs within 250 feet of their residences. Essential establishments are those listed in the attached Exhibit A.
2. The provisions of this order shall serve as minimum standards. Municipalities may impose more stringent standards within their jurisdiction.
MIAMI-DADE COUNTY DECLARATION OF LOCAL STATE OF EMERGENCY (ISSUED 5-30-2020)
THEREFORE, as County Mayor of Miami-Dade County, I hereby declare a State of Local Emergency that will continue for seven days or if cancelled before that period of time. This Local State of Emergency includes all of Miami-Dade County, both incorporated and unincorporated areas.
Pursuant to this Declaration, further orders may be issued to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the community. Such orders specifically include, but are not limited to, orders related to the items listed in l.a-m attached. The Deputy Mayors, through the Director of the Office of Emergency Management, are hereby ordered to take whatever prudent actions are necessary to effectuate such orders and to otherwise protect the health, safety, and welfare of the community.
Action Options for State of Local Emergency
l .Executive Orders of the Mayor to include:
a) Employee Recall order: An order recalling Miami-Dade County employees from vacation, canceling days off, and mobilizing all personnel required for disaster response;
b) Authorize the Internal Services Department to suspend normal leasing and bid procedures to procure space, structures or other items under their normal authority for disaster l’esponse determined necessary by the Director;
c) Authorize procurement of supplies, equipment, and services without formal bidding procedures;
d) Evacuation Order: A mandatory order(s) directing the evacuation of appropriate area(s) of the County deemed to be in imminent danger from disaster;
e) Curfew: In the period before, or during and immediately after an event, an order imposing a general curfew applicable to the County as a whole, or to geographical area(s) of the County and during hours the Mayor deems necessary, and from time to time, to modify the hours the curfew will be in effect and what area(s) it applies to;
f) An order requiring any and all commercial establishments located in area(s) of imminent or actual danger to close and remain closed until further order;
g) An order requiring the closure of any or all bars, taverns, liquor stores, and other business establishments where alcoholic beverages are predominantly sold or otherwise dispensed; provided that with respect to those business establishments which are not primarily devoted to the sales of alcoholic beverages, and in which such alcoholic beverages may be removed or made secure from seizure by the public, the portions thereof utilized for the sale of items other than alcoholic beverages may, at the discretion of the Mayor, be allowed to remain open;
h) An order requiring the discontinuance of the sale, distribution or giving away of alcoholic beverages in any or all parts of Miami-Dade County;
i) An order requiring the discontinuance of the sale, distribution or giving away of gasoline or other liquid flammable or combustible products in any container other than a gasoline tank properly attached to a gas powered vehicle;
j) An order closing to the public any or all public places including streets, alleys, public ways, schools, parks, beaches, amusement areas and public buildings;
k) In addition to the provisions of section 8A-5 of the Code of Miami-Dade County, orders to prevent price gouging for any essential commodity, dwelling unit, or storage facility;
l) Orders requesting the conservation of water supplies; and
m) Such other orders as are immediately necessary for the protection of life and property; provided, however, that any such orders shall, at the earliest practicable time, be presented to the Board for ratification or confirmation in accordance with this chapter.