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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.

Neat Streets Miami

Neat Streets Miami is a County board dedicated to the maintenance and beautification of transportation gateways, corridors and connections.

Apply for the Street Tree Matching Grant

Grants of $5,000 to $25,000 will be awarded to communities that demonstrate the greatest benefits for residents, employers and visitors, and can provide a stewardship plan for our joint investment. The 2018 grant funding totals $250,000, a 20 percent increase from last year. Preference will be given to areas with low-to-moderate income populations, and/or with 20 percent or less tree canopy.

Miami-Dade County Complete Streets Design Guidelines available

Do you safer streets in your community? Do you want to be able to get around by bike, foot, transit and automobile? Do you need help calming traffic in your community, then check out the recently released Complete Streets Design Guidelines.

Safer People, Safer Streets

Neat Streets Miami is implementing best practices to create safer Miami-Dade County streets.

Study links neighborhood greenness to reduction in chronic diseases

A new study of Miami-Dade County Medicare beneficiaries showed that higher levels of greenness on their neighborhood block were linked to a significant reduction in the rate of chronic illnesses and health conditions like diabetes, hypertension and high cholesterol, particularly in low-to-middle income neighborhoods.

Reforestation efforts taking place in northwestern Miami-Dade County

The Miami-Dade Northwest Corridor Urban Tree Canopy Assessment focuses on the environmental and socioeconomic impacts from the urban tree canopy (UTC) among 147 square miles of the most dense, growing, and socioeconomically diverse urban core communities of northwestern Miami-Dade County. The primary goals of this assessment and report are to establish baseline data on the extent and function of the existing urban forest and to provide a resource to guide future community forest management and reforestation efforts.

Miami working to plant one million trees by 2020

Million Trees Miami was launched in 2011 with a goal of hitting their number by 2020. As of end of 2013, they were at 162,000.

With 838,000 trees to go by 2020, they can use your assistance. To help this project, you can report any trees you plant and you can also volunteer with a local nonprofit that help with tree plantings.

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Contact Us

Gabriela Lopez
Neat Streets Miami Manager
greenup@miamidade.gov
275 NW 2nd Street
Miami, Florida 33128

 

Advisory Board Meetings

Meetings are held at:

Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau
Bank of America Building
701 Brickell Avenue, 27th Floor

 
 
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