Hurricane Irma Recovery
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
The public hearing will take place at 5:01 p.m. in the Stephen P. Clark Center commission chambers.
Precincts will be open tomorrow morning at 7 a.m. awaiting voters for the State Senate District 40 and State Representative 116 Special Primary Election.
County Commissioners will consider a proposed $25 fee increase for residential solid waste customers at a public hearing at 2:00 p.m. Sept. 19.
Celebrate the 30th anniversary of the In the Company of Women awards by nominating an outstanding woman leader, now through Oct. 20.