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On Saturday, April 13, volunteers will come together to clean up Biscayne Bay's shoreline during Baynanza.

Miami-Dade County's Environmentally Endangered Lands (EEL) Program needs your help to restore environmentally sensitive lands in Miami-Dade County.

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The Small Business and Homeowner Assistance Team helps you to navigate the permitting process at no additional cost.

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The Florida Building Code Eighth Edition becomes effective Dec. 31, affecting builders and contractors applying for permits in Miami-Dade County. A series of webinars will take place to help you understand these changes.

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Builders and contractors need to take note of Miami-Dade County’s amended noise ordinance, affecting work done at or near residences in unincorporated parts of the county. 

APA Best EDI Workplace Award

The Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources’ Planning Division wins Best Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Workplace award for 2023, presented by the American Planning Association (APA), Florida Chapter.

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The Biscayne Bay Friendly campaign is an overarching multimedia and multilingual educational campaign for residents, business owners, tourists and students to highlight how daily individual actions can impact the bay.

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If you’re a contractor working in Miami-Dade County under a specialty license, House Bill 1383 may affect the way you acquire a license in Miami-Dade County. Learn more about the new law and how it may impact you.

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To enable sustainable economic growth through smart regulatory strategies and business expansion efforts.

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  • Enforcement of building codes and zoning regulations. Issuing of contractor licenses and approvals of construction materials and products. Protection of environmental and historic resources
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