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Effective Aug. 1, the Consumer Protection office will merge with the Neighborhood Code Compliance Division to form the Consumer and Neighborhood Protection Division, offering the same services.

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The second Adopt-a-Tree event of the season will take place Saturday, July 20, City of Homestead’s Harris Field Park located at 1034 NE 8th St., Homestead, FL 33030.

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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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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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Improve and protect our quality of life and our natural resources, by enhancing the community's resilience through visionary planning, land development, regulatory and environmental policies and operations and economic growth.

Our responsibilities include:

  • 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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  • Development and implementation of economic development strategies for the County overall as well as sector-specific initiatives in the agricultural, entertainment and trade industries
  • Economic research, land use planning and resilience initiatives to enable sound economic development and policies