• Mariners Hospital in Tavernier will remain open for impatient care and handle emergencies. At Mariners, all elective surgeries, diagnostic testing and outpatient physical therapy for Monday are canceled.
• Miami-Dade County offices will be closed and will re-open on Tuesday. The 311 Answer Center will remain open.
• Miami Science Museum is open.
• Miami Children's Museum is open.
• Jungle Island, which had planned to open Monday, decided to stay closed because of the continued bad weather.
• Miami Seaquarium will be closed.
• Vizcaya Museum and Gardens will be closed. Only essential hurricane watch or cleanup staff will be admitted to the facility.
• Zoo Miami, the Charles Deering Estate at Cutler and the Redland Fruit and Spice Park will be closed.
• Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Miami is accepting hurricane relief donations for those hit by Tropical Storm Isaac in Cuba and Haiti. Donations can be made at www.ccadm.org
• Smaller community parks, after-school and Optimist programs will be closed.
• Larger parks and the Marinas will open after safety inspections have been conducted.
• Food Trucks at ArtsPark in Hollywood, which operates on Mondays, is canceled because of the storm.
• Procedures for opening Miami-Dade draw bridges begin sat 7 a.m. on Monday. The openings will begin from the mouth of the Miami River (Miami Ave) starting with the Miami Ave Bridge to the west and finish at the Tamiami Swing Bridge at Delaware Boulevard.
• All office locations for the Broward County Supervisor of Elections will be closed.
• Broward County government agencies, including parks, libraries and Broward County Transit, will be open.
All Pembroke Pines city offices and services will be open for business and maintaining normal hours of operation on Monday, except for The City of Pembroke Pines Charter Schools which will be closed along with the public schools. Trash pick-up will be operating as normal.