- Signs require a Zoning Improvement Permit (ZIP) and possible building permit
- All of these permit applications are available from the Miami-Dade County Permitting, Environment and Regulatory Affairs:
11805 SW 26th Street
Off Coral Way (SW 24 Street) and the Florida Turnpike
- Zoning code questions call 305-375-1806
Must be for a one-time special event such as concert, political campaigns, school carnival, or for-sale signs.
Lettering in sign advertising former business must be removed by property owner. Signs must be legible and free of graffiti or overgrowth around the base.
Roof signs are not allowed without prior public hearing approval. Pennants or streamers are not allowed. Flags may not be used primarily as an advertising device.
Signs are prohibited in the right-of-way. Any person who places a sign in the right-of-way shall be subject to an immediate fine in the form of a civil citation.
All fixed signs or inside signs that can be seen from the street require a permit before they are erected.
Signs on Private Property
Rules apply to all signs in unincorporated Miami-Dade County.
Vehicles, vans, trailers or trucks cannot be parked continuously in one location to be used solely as advertising signs. A vehicle with a banner over it used as advertising display is prohibited on either the ROW or on private property.Back to Top Page Last Edited: Mon Feb 6, 2012 12:31:55 PM
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