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Neighborhood & Building Enforcement
Miami-Dade County has rules that regulate many items, including zoning standards, graffiti and environmental nuisances. These laws assist in keeping neighborhoods throughout Miami-Dade County safe and enjoyable for all of their residents.
The Minimum Housing Code is a Miami-Dade County law that requires all houses and apartments to be maintained in a safe and sanitary condition and to contain certain basic equipment. The Neighborhood Regulations Division of the Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources is responsible for enforcing the Minimum Housing Code.
Contractor Licensing and Enforcement
Miami-Dade County investigates complaints involving contractors, as well as complaints concerning the work of unlicensed contractors.
Miami-Dade County has rules that regulate many items, including housing standards and activities that are allowed and prohibited in residential areas.
Building Code Enforcement
Miami-Dade County enforces building activity that includes unsafe structures, work without existing or active permits, and more.
Building Code Amnesty Program
Residents of the unincorporated area of Miami-Dade County may benefit from an Amnesty Period if faced with civil penalties and liens for Building Code violations (Expired Permit violations, Work Without Permit violations). This period will end on July 12, 2020.Back to Top Page Last Edited: Fri Dec 6, 2019 8:48:52 AM
Code Enforcement Inquiries
To contact the Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources about code enforcement issues, please reach the following:
Fax: 786-315-2912 or 786-315-2548
Neighborhood Compliance Violations
Notice regarding anonymous complaints
Florida Statute 125.69 has been changed and now requires that a code inspector only proceed to investigate an anonymous complaint if the code inspector determines, based only on the information from the complaint, that the violation reported presents an imminent threat to the public health, safety, or welfare or imminent destruction of habitat or sensitive resources. If a code inspector does not have enough information or determines that the information provided does not indicate an imminent threat, then the anonymous complaint will not be investigated.
If you wish to remain anonymous, you understand that your complaint will not be investigated if the code inspector determines they do not have enough information or that the information provided does not indicate an imminent threat.
If you do not want to remain anonymous, an investigation can proceed regardless of whether there is an imminent threat, but you must provide both your name and address.
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