Electric Update:

If you still do not have electricity or if you should lose electricity after you recover it from the storm, please call FKEC to report the outage at 305-852-2431. You can also monitor your outage at FKEC.com

Water Update:

If you should lose water service at your home or if you discover a water break in the street please call FKAA to report the outage at 305-296-2454

Internet Update:

If you have any issue with your internet service, please call 1-800-Xfinity.

Protecting & Preserving ParadiseOcean Reef Community Association

To increase the desirability of living in the Ocean Reef community by maintaining the Ocean Reef community assets to the very highest standards, maintaining the beauty and architectural integrity of the community and providing incomparable services and security to Ocean Reef residents. 

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It begins hereThe Welcome CenterThe Welcome Center, located in the small building next to the Front Gate, issues identification cards for employees entering Ocean Reef and maintains insurance and licensing information on all companies. This is also where property owners and Club members obtain automatic gate openers for their automobiles for a small fee, and where children are tested to obtain a golf cart license.

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For your safetyThe Front GateResidents and Visitors entering Ocean Reef by land must enter through the Front Gate. Our computerized entry system and professional staff ensure that only authorized personnel are allowed onsite, 24 hours a day. Residents may preauthorize expected visitors by calling the Front Gate, 305-367-4992or by utilizing the automated clearance system, 305-367-2263. Contractors doing work onsite are restricted to set hours, which vary based on the time of year.

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Protecting ParadisePublic SafetyThe Ocean Reef Public Safety Department is a multi-function organization consisting of Officers trained to perform EMS, firefighting, and security operations. Public Safety Officers utilize two ALS ambulances, an E-One fire engine, a 75 foot aerial ladder fire truck, two patrol boats and multiple patrol cars, each equipped with automated electronic defibrillators (AED's). 

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