Miami-Dade County government serves a population of 2.7 million people with a work force of approximately 25,000 employees dedicated to providing the best services possible. We hope this new version of the miamidade.gov website makes it more convenient for you to obtain County services and information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We would love your suggestions and feedback to help us continue to improve your online experience.
Topics of Interest
Reviewing building plans for code compliance. Getting a permit. Scheduling an inspection. Getting a contractor’s license. Approval of building construction products. Applying for a zoning change.
Register to vote and participate in upcoming elections. Your elected officials represent your interests to set priorities and pass legislation to protect our quality of life. They approve the annual budget which funds our public services and capital improvements.
Neighborhood services range from water to waste. Code enforcement helps maintain our quality of life. Land development planning promotes social, civic and physical activity by design.
Miami-Dade County is a rewarding place to work, with great benefits and a stimulating work environment. Learn about how to apply for a County job, the hiring process, internships and much more!
Reducing crime by providing essential police and correctional services. Effectively intervening with arrested youth. Fire and rescue services for emergencies. Disaster planning, response, and recovery.
From health services for the uninsured to affordable housing for first time homebuyers, we’re ready to lend a hand when you need one. Our wide range of services help residents with their special needs.
Building and maintaining roadways, bridges, sidewalks and bikeways. Providing public transit options like bus, rail and special transportation services. Regulating passenger transport businesses. Providing international gateways through our airport and seaport.
News & Events
Property owners can pay their tax bill online using the Miami-Dade County Tax Collector website with a checking account or credit card.
The Adopt-a-Tree Program provides Miami-Dade single-family or duplex homeowners with two free trees every year, even if they have adopted trees in previous years.
Join in the family-style fun, lakeside event at Fruit & Spice Park, which features all types of delectable seafood options and fair foods available for purchase.
Same monthly parking rates apply with no wait time for pick-up or delivery.
Miami-Dade County covers an area of more than 2,000 square miles, an area larger than Rhode Island. There are 34 municipalities, each with their own government providing city services like police and zoning. More than one million residents live in the unincorporated area outside municipal boundaries.
Our Miami-Dade County government provides municipal services, such as police and fire rescue to the residents of the unincorporated area and metropolitan services, like emergency management, airport and seaport operations, and public housing to all residents. Some of the municipalities contract with the County for services, like police, fire rescue or waste collection in their area.
The Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners is the governing body of unincorporated Miami-Dade County, and has broad, regional powers to establish policies for services that transcend city boundaries. Its 13 members are elected from single districts to four-year terms.
Miami-Dade’s Mayor oversees the day-to-day operations of Miami-Dade County and has the power to veto Commission action items.
The Property Appraiser is charged with determining the value of all property within the County for tax purposes, maintaining related records and granting exemptions.
The Miami-Dade County Clerk serves as the County Recorder, custodian of all records filed with the Court, and as Clerk of the Board.
A wide array of services are available online to make payments, search maps, or report a problem. For more information or to request a service you can also contact 311.