Purchase of Development Rights
Miami-Dade County's agricultural lands are a unique and economically important resource. On September 20, 2007, the Board of County Commissioners adopted a resolution creating the County’s Purchase of Development Rights (PDR) Program.
The PDR Program implements the will of Miami-Dade County voters by utilizing General Obligation Bond funds to preserve agricultural land. This program serves as one mechanism for farmland preservation by providing the County with the ability to purchase residential development rights from willing property owners, ensuring that the related properties remain undeveloped and available for agricultural uses.
Your property may qualify for this Program. If you are interested in participating in the PDR Program, complete the PDR Pre-Application Information Sheet.
You may submit the sheet via fax at 305-971-5051, or via mail to:
Miami-Dade County PDR program
South Dade Government Center
Attention: Agricultural Manager
10710 SW 211 St., Suite 109
Miami, FL 33189
For more information, please see the PDR Fact Sheet or call the office of the Agricultural Manager at 305-971-5091.
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