#MiamiBeach •via @miamibeachnews • • City Hall will reopen September 13, but will have limited staff.• Power Outages: To report or check on the status of power at your home, visit the FPL website and/or app.• Garbage Pick Up: Resident garbage pick up began yesterday and will resume normal pick up days. The recycling services will resume, Wednesday, September 20.• Debris:  In order to facilitate debris pick up and recycling efforts, please separate three piles on your curbside or the swale area (NOT blocking a roadway, sidewalk or storm drain) to ensure your material can be successfully picked up starting today. There should be one pile for heavy brush and vegetation, which includes leaves, plants, trees, branches and woody debris. There should be another pile for building material debris, which includes drywall, carpet, furniture, mattresses and plumbing. A separate pile should contain appliances and electronics such as refrigerators, freezers, computers and other household appliances. To expedite debris removal process, please consider consolidating with your neighbors.• Trolleys have begun operation yesterday and will be running until 10 PM. • Regular Metrobus service returns today. • Have a Question?: You can utilize our resident hotline to ask questions and/or report issues by calling 305.604.CITY (2489).

#MiamiBeach •via @miamibeachnews • • City Hall will reopen September 13, but will have limited staff.• Power Outages: To report or check on the status of power at your home, visit the FPL website and/or app.• Garbage Pick Up: Resident garbage pick up began yesterday and will resume normal pick up days. The  recycling services will resume, Wednesday, September 20.• Debris:  In order to facilitate debris pick up and recycling efforts, please separate three piles on your curbside or the swale area (NOT blocking a roadway, sidewalk or storm drain) to ensure your material can be successfully picked up starting today. There should be one pile for heavy brush and vegetation, which includes leaves, plants, trees, branches and woody debris. There should be another pile for building material debris, which includes drywall, carpet, furniture, mattresses and plumbing. A separate pile should contain appliances and electronics such as refrigerators, freezers, computers and other household appliances. To expedite debris removal process, please consider consolidating with your neighbors.• Trolleys have begun operation yesterday and will be running until 10 PM. • Regular Metrobus service returns today. • Have a Question?: You can utilize our resident hotline to ask questions and/or report issues by calling 305.604.CITY (2489).

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