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9/28/2022 - Riviera Beach has declared a local State of Emergency Update

Attention Residents, Business Owners and Visitors 

Due to the anticipated impacts of Hurricane Ian, the City of Riviera Beach has declared a local State of Emergency and is informing the public of the following updates: 

  • The City remains under a Tropical Storm Warning and Flood Advisories. 
  • Those leisure and recreational services sponsored by Parks & Recreation, Library, Youth Sports and any scheduled City Special Events which were scheduled for Wednesday, September 27th and Thursday, September 28th, are being either rescheduled or cancelled. 
  • Bulk, vegetation and garbage materials which were not picked up on Wednesday, September 28th, will be collected by no later than Saturday, October 1st. 
  • Regularly scheduled residential and commercial waste collection services will resume on Thursday, September 29, 2022. 
  • The Municipal Complex (600 West Blue Heron Blvd.) and all other City facilities will re-open Thursday, September 29, 2022. 
  • For utility-related emergencies, including clogged drainage issues call 561-845-4187. 
  • Report any storm related events using the City’s website at


Communicating with Your Local Government 

For Up-To-Date Information Please Follow the City of Riviera Beach

  • On Facebook, Twitter and Instagram 
  • Via telephone @ 1-888-MyRiviera (1-888-697-4843) 
  • Visit the City’s website at 
  • To receive alerts, please text the word RBALERTS to 99411 or register by Phone @ 866-939-0911and select option two (2)
  • Download the GoRiviera App wherever you access apps 


Posted: Thursday, September 28, 2022, 7:39 pm