Traffic Advisory: Temporary Outdoor Business Expansion
As we reopen Fort Lauderdale and to support the recovery of our local businesses, the City of Fort Lauderdale is temporarily expanding access to outdoor spaces, such as streets and sidewalks, in an effort to facilitate social distancing for pedestrians and business patrons in key areas of the City. The City is modifying existing regulations to help businesses serve their customers while adhering to CDC guidelines by allowing them to temporarily establish operations in public right-of-way, including on-street City parking spaces and travel lanes, in defined areas as approved by the City Commission. For the latest updates on COVID-19 emergency regulations in Fort Lauderdale, please visit www.fortlauderdale.gov/coronavirus.
NE 33 Street in North Beach Restaurants and Shoppes Closed Nightly
NE 33 Street between A1A and NE 33rd Avenue will be closed nightly beginning at 4:30 p.m. through 7 a.m. beginning Friday, May 22. This full closure includes the on-street parking spaces on NE 33 Street.
Pedestrians should exercise caution and motorists should travel slowly through the area and follow posted detour signs. On-street parking is available on NE 33 Street west of NE 33 Avenue and on other surrounding streets. Additional parking options include the Beach Community Center and the Bridgeside Place Garage located at 3020 NE 32 Avenue.
Two Lanes of Las Olas Boulevard to Close on Weekends
*This closure will not be in effect June 5-9*
The outside lane in each direction of Las Olas Boulevard between SE 6 Avenue and SE 11 Avenue will be closed Fridays at 7 a.m. through Mondays at 7 a.m. This closure includes the on-street parking spaces in this area.
Pedestrians should exercise caution and motorists should travel slowly through the area. On-street parking is available on Las Olas Boulevard west of SE 6 Avenue and east of SE 11 Avenue as well as on surrounding streets. Additional parking is available in the City parking lot located at SE 8 Avenue and SE 2 Court.