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Islamorada Community alliance

Advocacy For Residents, Education and Preservation



The Atlantic hurricane season begins June 1 and runs through Dec. 1. Don’t wait until hurricane season to get a new reentry sticker, available to county residents.

Monroe County residents may now obtain one sticker for each registered vehicle by providing proof of residency at a Monroe County Tax Collector’s office. Proof of residency includes a Florida Driver’s License and vehicle registration, or a property bill with an out-of-county vehicle registration for out-of-county residents who own a home in Monroe County.

These stickers make re-entry easier if checkpoints are required to assure safe re-entry into the Keys following a destructive storm that causes a public safety issue.

The new system is barcoded with color-coded stickers for zone-by-zone reentry. Lower Keys residents from the south end of the 7 Mile Bridge to Stock Island (MM 40 to MM 4) will be dark pink, Middle Keys residents from the south end of the Long Key Bridge to the north end of the 7 Mile Bridge (MM 64 to MM 47) are aqua, and Upper Keys residents from the county line including Ocean Reef to the north end of the Long Key Bridge (MM 113 to MM 64) will have a purple decal. The City of Key West requires its own sticker, which is white and has not changed. If you already have a City of Key West re-entry decal, you do not need to pick up a new one. 

Where to get re-entry stickers

Residents from Ocean Reef to Stock Island: Stickers are available at the Monroe County Tax Collector’s office locations from 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Tax Collector Locations:

  • Key West - 1200 Truman Ave, Ste 101, or 3304 N. Roosevelt Blvd. Key West, Fl 33040
  • Marathon - 3015 Overseas Hwy, Marathon, FL 33050
  • Plantation Key - 88800 Overseas Hwy, Plantation Key, FL 33070 
  • Key Largo - 101487 Overseas Hwy, Key Largo, FL 33037

Our vision

To enhance the community of Islamorada by preserving the quality of life of the residents as well as the beauty and vitality of the native ecosystems and to stop any further degradation of our community from over-development.

Mission statement

To provide the Islamorada residents with information about events occurring in our community that will impact our quality of life, preservation of our native ecosystems, land development, lawful and transparent governance.


Your tax deductible donations allows the ICA to keep you informed about important events that will impact and help protect our quality of life, our neighborhoods, property values and native ecosystems. Your donations make this possible and are most appreciated.

Contact Us

Islamorada Community Alliance

P.O. Box 1507

Tavernier, FL  33070-1507

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