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CBP Miami Field Office Pre Hurricane Matthew Operations Update

Release Date: 
October 6, 2016

Latest Update

MIAMI - U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Office of Field Operations, Miami Field Office is currently updating the trade community and traveling public on the status of the ports of entry in South Florida.

Trade
At this time, the Miami Cargo Clearance Center (CCC) is not conducting trade related services. They will reopen for business tomorrow. Members of the trade community and the general public can receive trade related services at the Miami Cargo Clearance Center, located at 6601 NW 25th Street, Miami FL 33122. For additional information and hours of operation, please call

305-869-2750.

At this time, Port Everglades is not conducting Trade related services. They will reopen tomorrow for business. Members of the trade community and the general public can receive trade related services at 1800 Eller Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316 Suite 110For additional information please call (954) 761-2046.

Port of Miami (Seaport)
PortMiami Tunnel is closed to all inbound/outbound vehicle traffic.

Port is under condition ZULU at this time and will be closed for inbound/outbound vessel traffic. Sustained gale force winds are expected within 12 hours.

While port operations are temporarily closed due to the storm, CBP remains operationally ready to process travelers and cargo.

Miami International Airport
CBP is operational at Miami International Airport (MIA).

Port Everglades (Seaport)
Port Everglades is closed for vessel traffic. For CBP information, contact 954-356-7431. Port is under condition ZULU at this time and is closed for inbound/outbound vessel traffic. Sustained gale force winds are expected within 12 hours. While port operations are temporarily closed due to the storm, CBP remains operationally ready to process travelers and cargo.

Until further notice, entry processing will be performed at the Miami Free Trade Zone, located at 2305 NW 107th Avenue, Miami, FL 33172.

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) is not operational at this time.

The FLL General Aviation Facility (GAF) is not operational at this time. Sustained gale force winds are expected in 12 hours. Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport is not operational at this time. While port operations are temporarily closed due to the storm, CBP remains operationally ready to process travelers and cargo.

Port of Palm Beach (Seaport)

Port is under condition ZULU at this time and closed for inbound/outbound vessel traffic. Sustained gale force winds are expected within 12 hours. While port operations are temporarily closed due to the storm, CBP remains operationally ready to process travelers and cargo.

Palm Beach International Airport
Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) is not operational at this time.

The PBI General Aviation Facility (GAF) is not operational. Until further notice, private aircraft operators are encouraged to utilize Fort Pierce Airport or other facilities. While port operations are temporarily closed due to the storm, CBP remains operationally ready to process travelers and cargo.

Port of Fort Pierce (Seaport)

Port of Fort Pierce is not operational at this time.

Fort Pierce Airport
Fort Pierce Airport is open for private aircraft operations. To assist and accommodate flights diverted from the Palm Beach area, Ft. Pierce has extended its hours of service. Effective Saturday, October 8, 2016, Fort Pierce Airport will be open for business from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm.

Southeast Regional Airport

Southwest Regional Airport is 100% operational at this time.

Orlando International Airport

Orlando International Airport is 100% operational at this time.

Orlando Sanford International Airport

Orlando Sanford International Airport is 100% operational at this time.

Sarasota Bradenton International Airport

Sarasota Bradenton International Airport is 100% operational at this time.

Gainesville Regional Airport

Gainesville Regional Airport is 100% operational at this time

St. Petersburg Clearwater International Airport

St. Petersburg Clearwater International Airport is 100% operational at this time.

Port of St. Petersburg

Port of St. Petersburg is 100% operational at this time

Port of Fernandina

Port of Fernandina is under condition YANKEE at this time and is closed to inbound/outbound vessel traffic. Sustained gale force winds are expected within 24 hours. While port operations are temporarily closed due to the storm, CBP remains operationally ready to process travelers and cargo.

Tampa International Airport

Tampa International Airport is 100% operational at this time.

Port of Tampa Bay

Port of Tampa Bay is 100% operational at this time.

Port Manatee

Port Manatee is 100% operational at this time.

Daytona Beach International Airport

Daytona Beach International Airport is 100% operational at this time.

Port Canaveral

Port Canaveral is under condition ZULU at this time and is closed for inbound/outbound vessel traffic. Sustained gale force winds are expected within 12 hours. While port operations are temporarily closed due to the storm, CBP remains operationally ready to process travelers and cargo.

Jacksonville International Airport

Jacksonville International Airport is 100% operational at this time.

Port of Jacksonville

Port is under condition YANKEE at this time. And is closed for inbound/outbound vessel traffic. Sustained gale force winds are expected within 24 hours. While port operations are temporarily closed due to the storm, CBP remains operationally ready to process travelers and cargo.

Tallahassee International Airport

Tallahassee International Airport is 100% operational at this time.

Port of Key West

Port is under condition ZULU and is closed for inbound/outbound vessel traffic. Sustained gale force winds are expected within 12 hours. While port operations are temporarily closed due to the storm, CBP remains operationally ready to process travelers and cargo.

Private Vessels
Private boaters arriving in South Florida must continue to report by calling 1-800-432-1216 or 1-800-451-0393. Boaters calling these numbers will be directed to the nearest location so they may report in to a CBP officer for clearance in person. These 1-800 numbers will be fully staffed 24 hours a day to take boaters’ calls. These numbers can also be reached from cell phones, even if the phone is from out of the area.

Although numerous CBP officers sustained extensive property damage, they have demonstrated their dedication to the primary mission of protecting America against terrorism and all other threats to national security while providing vital services to the trade community and traveling public.

To see more CBP activity in Florida, visit @CBPFlorida on Twitter.

Last modified: 
February 9, 2017