|Aventura Eruv, Miami-Dade||Bal Harbour Eruv, Miami-Dade||Boca Raton Eruv, Palm Beach County (East)|
|Boca Raton Eruv, Palm Beach County (North)|
|Coconut Grove Eruv, Miami Dade||Cooper City Eruv, Broward County||Coral Springs Eruv, Broward County|
|Deerfield Beach Eruv, Broward County||Delray Beach Eruv, Palm Beach County||Ft. Laduerdale Eruv, Broward County|
|Hallandale Eruv, Broward County||Highland Lakes Eruv, Broward County||Hollywood Eruv, Broward County|
|Hollywood East / South East Broward||Jacksonville Eruv, Florida||Miami Beach Eruv, Miami-Dade|
|North Miami Eruv, Miami-Dade||Parkland Eruv, Broward County||Sunny Isles Beach Eruv, Miami Dade|
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What is an Eruv?
An Eruv is a boundary created to allow Orthodox Jews to carry items needed for the Shabbat (Jewish Sabbath) outside of their homes. While some Orthodox Jews do not carry in an Eruv on Shabbat, many do. We have tried to include as many communities as possible.
Most of the Eruv's have been already confirmed by the Synagogues, Rabbi's and Communities where the Eruv's are constructed. However, a few of the above links contain maps based on information gathered from community and synagogue web sites, and as such there may be room for error. If carrying in an Eruv is important to you, we recommend that you first check with your local synagogue as to whether the Eruv is operational and whether or not your intended route is encompassed by the community Eruv.
Whenever possible we have included the web site and contact telephone numbers on those Eruv’s listed.
If your community Eruv is not listed or if your Eruv is listed but needs to be changed. Please feel free to contact us, and we will be glad to add, update or correct the Eruv listing.