Post-Isaac: Here’s what’s open and closed on Tuesday
Here’s a look at what’s still closed and canceled because of the storm, including schools, airports and health centers.
08/27/2012 5:00 AM
08/27/2012 7:52 PM
All public and most private schools in Miami-Dade and Broward will resume Tuesday.
All Catholic schools in Miami-Dade, except for St. Rose of Lima School in Miami Shores and St. Theresa of Little Flower in Coral Gables which are experiencing power issues.
All Catholic schools in Broward and Monroe counties will be open for classes. The only exception is Basilica School of St. Mary Star of the Sea in Key West. It will reopen on Wednesday.
All public schools in Monroe will be closed through Tuesday.
University of Miami, Florida International University, Miami Dade College, Broward College, Florida Atlantic University, Barry University, St. Thomas University and Keiser College will return to regular operations.
Tri-Rail will resume normal service.
Metrorail, Metromover, Metrobus and Broward Transit are running.
Garbage pickup for Miami-Dade and Broward resumed normal schedule.
Miami International Airport and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport remain open. Travelers are urged to confirm flight information with their airline before coming to the airport because there may be more canceled and delayed flights.
Miami-Dade County offices and courthouses will reopen for business.
Broward County courthouses, government offices are set to reopen.
Miami City Hall will reopen on full schedule.
MALLS AND GROCERY STORES
Most malls return to normal business hours.
Jungle Island is set to reopen.
Miami Seaquarium is set to reopen.
Zoo Miami is awaiting weather conditions.
Everglades National Park will reopen at noon.
Miami-Dade and Broward parks will resume their normal schedule.
PortMiami is open and operational. Cruise passengers should contact their cruise line for information about their trips.
Port Everglades is open for ship traffic. Cruise passengers should contact their cruise lines for updates.
Port of Key West is open to commercial and recreational traffic.
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