The public beach access behind the Surfside Community Center is now open and construction is occurring north of the area on 93rd street. During the project's duration, residents are reminded to please be aware of and abide by construction signs when visiting the public beach.
In order to address critical beach erosion in Surfside, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in coordination with Miami-Dade County and the Town of Surfside, is placing approximately 330,000 cubic yards of beach quality sand, hauled by trucks from an upland mine, to renourish the public beach in Surfside. The construction is being carried out by Continental Heavy Civil Corp of Miami, Florida, which was awarded
the $17.9 million contract by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District. The renourishment project officially began on Monday, August 19, 2019.
Please note that some of the street-end signs with mosaic artwork designed by art students at Ruth K. Broad K-8 Center which were recently installed in Surfside, have temporarily been removed for safekeeping during the project's entirety. They will be re-installed once the project has been completed.
Please refer to the following links for further information on the Beach Renourishment Project:
Surfside Beach Renourishment Project FAQs
Sea Turtle Protection FAQ Document
Beach Renourishment Project Insert - July 2019 Gazette
Community Meeting on Beach Renourishment (Video)
Miami-Dade County, Beach Renourishment Project Presentation
Additional information on the Beach Renourishment Project is available at the US Army Corps of Engineers - Jacksonville District website, on Facebook and on Twitter.
Beach Renourishment Project rendering
To view a progress map for the Beach Renourishment Project, please visit the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers website at Surfside Beach Renourishment Construction Project Maps
(Photo update of the Surfside Beach Renourishment Project in progress, as of October 23, 2019)