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Annexation is the process whereby an established municipality amends its boundaries by adding lands that were previously outside of its boundaries pursuant to requirements contained in the Miami-Dade County Code Chapters 20-1 thru 20-3 and 20-30. The Code addresses petition requirements and considerations made by the Planning and Advisory Board and the Board of County Commissioners.
Upon these considerations the Board of County Commissioners determine if the annexation is to be put to a vote by the electorate (if more than 250 electors reside in the boundaries) of the affected area.
In 2003, the annexation application submitted by the City of Coral Gables was adopted by the Board of County Commissioners.
Florida City (Area D)
In 2005, the Florida City Commission adopted a resolution requesting the Miami-Dade County Board of County Commissioners approve the annexation of "Area D" into the municipal boundaries of the City of Florida City.
Florida City (Area H)
In 2011, the Florida City Commission adopted a resolution approving the submittal of an application to Miami-Dade County for the annexation of an 812-acre unincorporated area on the City's southwestern limits.
In 2013, the City of Hialeah applied to annex approximately 1 mile of vacant property to the northwest corner of its boundary.
In 2015, Miami Shores Village submitted an application for annexation which was referred by the Board of County Commissioners to the Planning Advisory Board.
In July 2013, The City of North Miami submitted an annexation application for the Sunkist Grove Area. In October 2013, the City of North Miami submitted annexation applications for Biscayne Corridor East, Gratigny-Dixie and 149th Street.
North Miami Beach
In 2005, The City of North Miami Beach annexation application was accepted.
In 2013, the City of Opa-locka submitted the application requesting the annexation of two unincorporated areas within the city's jurisdiction.
In 2012, the City of Sweetwater submitted an application for annexation.
Village of Biscayne Park
In 2014, the Village of Biscayne Park submitted an application for annexation which was referred by the Board of County Commissioners to the Planning Advisory Board.Back to Top Page Last Edited: Fri May 29, 2015 9:55:15 AM
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