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We’re available 24/7 for residents to report a concern at any hour online, on the phone or via our eGov app.
For immediate assistance, please call 305.604.CITY(2489) or our Police Non-Emergency line at 305.673.7900 – these lines are available 24/7.
In the event of an emergency, please always call 911.
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Information regarding scheduled lane closures on FDOT Construction Projects that affect traffic to/from and in Miami Beach.
For some useful information to make it easier to get around when traveling in Miami Beach, click here.
Miami Beach voters provided a clear mandate in the November 2018 elections that they want to invest in the future of our city. For more information about the G.O. Bond projects and to stay connected with its progress.
Interactive web tool that provides access to the city's budget and displays multiple views of current and historic revenue and expenses down to the fund, department and object code level. This powerful visualization software transforms volumes of raw data into actionable insight and information, enabling better analysis and understanding of the city’s budget and how taxpayer money is allocated.
Click Here to view General Fund revenue sources.
Click here to view expenses and revenues from the General Fund
Tune into MBTV local channel 660 streaming live on the City website or locally on Atlantic Broadband channel 660/ AT&T U-verse channel 99 to watch live meetings or catch them as they are replayed.
Download all of our mobile apps! Keep up with the trolley, report issues in your neighborhood, find the closest parking spot, view the City calendar and much more.
The Neighborhood Affairs Division works closely with the city’s operational service departments to coordinate enhanced delivery of city services in a manner that is responsive to the specific needs and requests of neighborhoods throughout the city. By reaching out to and interacting with homeowners, condominium associations, civic groups, residents, businesses and other internal city departments, the Division’s Neighborhood Affairs Coordinators provide responsible, timely and results-oriented customer service. Working together with the community, the Coordinators identify needs, conceive and implement solutions, and develop, facilitate and execute new public and private enhancement programs.
Residents Right to Know is a tool designed to help you receive targeted electronic notices for matters that impact residents’ quality of life. Sign up here to begin receiving notices pertaining to Mid-Beach, North Beach, South Beach or all three. If you have feedback or suggestions, please submit it in the application.
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