BROWARD COUNTY, FL - While a shelter is intended to help keep you safe during a storm or other emergency, they cannot provide necessities. Be sure to bring essential items along with you to make your stay as comfortable as possible such as:
MIAMI – In light of the impending impact of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti, Miami-Dade County Commission Chairman Jean Monestime held a meeting with community leaders at the district office on the evening of Oct. 3, 2016 to plan for relief efforts.
As of 2pm today, Hurricane Matthew is looming and Miami-Dade County is currently under a Tropical Storm Warning. Team Zapata wants to make sure you and your loved ones are safe and prepared. Miami-Dade Emergency Management will continue to provide updates on this weather system as it evolves. For forecast information specific to your area please visit or Miami-Dade Emergency Managment can be contacted via phone at (305) 468-5400.
"Patient Care Comes First."  Dear Patients and Community Partners, Due to Hurricane Matthew, Community Health of South Florida Inc. (CHI) will close most of its sites on Thursday October 6th 2016.  However the following services will remain open at the Doris Ison Health Center 10300 SW 216 St. Miami FL 33190:
MIAMI, Fla., October 5, 2016 – For the safety of its customers and employees, the Miami-Dade Expressway Authority (MDX) announced that it is lifting tolls on all of its expressways effective 8 p.m. today due to serious weather conditions caused by Hurricane Matthew. “The safety of motorist throughout Miami-Dade County is MDX’s primary concern. We will continue to monitor the approaching storm and coordinate any ongoing efforts through the state emergency management staff,” said Louis Martinez, Chairman of MDX’s Board of Directors.
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