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Hurricane Irma

As we continue our recovery and cleanup efforts, please visit the Emergency website for the latest information on openings and closings in Miami-Dade County.

Welcome to District 4

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As the Commissioner for District 4, let me first welcome you to the County’s website. We hope you find it useful and easy to navigate.

District 4 is located in the northeastern corner of Miami-Dade County. The boundaries start at the county line and extend south along the oceanfront to Miami Beach. The 13 cities that comprise this district include Golden Beach, Aventura, North Miami Beach, North Miami, Sunny Isles Beach, Surfside, Bal Harbour, Bay Harbor Islands, Biscayne Park, Indian Creek, Miami Beach, Miami Shores and North Bay Village.

Our Miami-Dade website will give you greater access to the services we provide to residents of Miami-Dade County. You also have the opportunity to view important items involving the Board of County Commissioners on a regular basis.

E-NEWSLETTER
E-NEWSLETTER

Stay up-to-date on all the events and programs going on in District 4. Sign up now for monthly e-newsletter.

COUNTY SERVICES
COUNTY SERVICES

Your parks, garbage and recycling pickup days, school boundaries, voting precincts and much more.

SAVE ON PRESCRIPTIONS
SAVE ON PRESCRIPTIONS

The free Miami-Dade County Prescription Discount Card can save you 24% on prescriptions at participating pharmacies.

Recovering after Hurricane Irma and need help?

Check out the Miami-Dade Public Library System’s online recovery resources page where you’ll find important information and links to FEMA, state and local resources.  If you don’t have internet access, you can visit any library location, including the Sunny Isles Beach and Northeast Dade-Aventura Branches, to access free Wi-Fi or use their computers to access the information.  MDPLS staff can help you get set up on any of the computers.

Help reduce Flooding...Keep Streets and Storm Drains Clean

The heavy rains that recently impacted Miami-Dade County demonstrate of keeping storm drains clear from debris. Miami-Dade County's Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW), with the assistance of other County Departments and Miami-Dade County Commissioner Sally Heyman, District 4, have launched a public education campaign to remind landscapers and residents that they shouldn't blow grass clippings onto the streets and into the storm drainage system.

FDOT Work Program Public Hearings

The Florida Department of Transportation will be hosting public hearings regarding the FDOT District Six Tentative Five-Year Work Program. Read more.

Forget the repairs, Miami-Dade needs a new courthouse

The courthouse was constructed from 1925 through 1928, when Model Ts rumbled up Flagler Street and Dade County had a population of under 43,000. Today, our county’s population is more than 2.6 million, and more than 1 million people visit the courthouse annually, including 65,000 citizens called for jury duty, people using the law library and thousands of lawyers, litigants and witnesses.

It is time to face reality and build a properly sized courthouse suited for modern times rather than the times of the Model T.

Lighthouse for the Blind

Check out "Field of Dreams" a special report about Miami Lighthouse's blind and visually impaired children playing Beep Baseball as recently featured by WSVN Channel 7. It explores the baseball experience through the eyes of the blind and visually impaired and will open your eyes to a new spin on a classic sport that has dreams coming through loud and clear

Help animals in need!

Supporters of Miami-Dade County Animal Services Department can now make donations to the Animal Services Trust Fund online!

Communities Putting Prevention to Work

Communities Putting Prevention to Work has funded the Action Institute, a national program which supports local communities in their efforts to stem the tide in our national epidemics of tobacco use and obesity. Miami-Dade County officials have taken the lead to bring this program here and implement effective solutions to these daunting health problems.

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