Important Global Message
The Miami-Dade County Emergency Operations Center has been activated and is closely monitoring Erika. For any updates about County facilities and services, please visit: http://www.miamidade.gov/emergency
- Illegal Dumping
- For residents who want to report illegal dumping on public or private land.
- For residents who want to report significant mosquito problems or request an inspection. Plese be aware the responses to the complaint may not result in automatic site inspections, truck or aerial spraying.
- Report a pothole on a County-maintained road, as well as main roads in Doral, Miami Gardens and Palmetto Bay. Miami-Dade County does not handle potholes on private roads, private communities or communities under constructions. Additionally, most municipalities are responsible for the majority of roads in their communities.
- Damaged sidewalk
- Report a broken or raised sidewalk or curb, both concrete or asphalt. For damaged sidewalks where a water meter is present near the broken section, please call 3-1-1.
- Street name signs
- Traffic signs
- Report traffic or street name signs that are down, damaged or missing. If this request is pertaining to the metal pole base sticking up out of the ground or sidewalk without a pole or sign, please call 3-1-1.
- Bank trees on canal need cutting
- Blocked canal
- Canal culvert blocked
- Canal bank needs mowing
- Canal needs cleaning
- Public Works and Waste Management maintains approximately 168 miles of secondary canals, while the South Florida Water Management District maintains the primary canal system.
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