City officials, authorities, and clean up crews are out and about around South Florida, assessing damages from the storm and deeming next steps for community-wide safety.
Curfews across the region remained in effect while others were lifting Monday morning, and most schools remained closed. Here's what you need to know:
Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez extended a daily curfew from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. until further notice. The curfew was issued to allow county personnel to begin damage assessment and clear the roads.
The county's curfew also covers the City of Miami Beach, which will have a curfew starting at 8 p.m. Monday through 7 a.m. Tuesday.
In a statement Monday, Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine said many roads are impassable and unsafe and access to Miami Beach will be prohibited until noon on Tuesday as first responders work to clear the roads.
First responders worked through the night Sunday into Monday to bring residents home safely, Levine said. "On behalf of myself and our entire City of Miami Beach government, we are with you now and throughout the recovery process," Levine said.
In Key Biscayne, officials said no entry would be allowed until further notice except emergency personnel.
The City of Doral also began a curfew Sunday at 7 p.m. until noon Monday due to debris and unsafe roads. Main traffic lights are reported to be working, but residents are asked to treat those that are out as a four-way stop.
Residents of Doral are asked to call 305-274-9272 to report water outages in the area.
Aventura's curfew will end at 12 p.m. Monday.
North Miami Beach remained under a curfew restriction until 10 a.m.
**Note: Not all towns/neighborhoods and/or Miami-Dade County town-specific updates are included in the information above. Information has been posted based on readily available information at the time of posting.
Residents of each town and neighborhood are encouraged to follow up with their specific city's social media postings and town emergency contacts for more information.
In other news, Miami-Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho announced Sunday that all Miami-Dade County Public Schools will remain closed until further notice.