Commissioner Sally A. Heyman
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District 4 is located in the northeastern corner of Miami-Dade County. The boundaries start at the county line and extend south along the oceanfront to Miami Beach. The 13 cities that comprise this district include Golden Beach, Aventura, North Miami Beach, North Miami, Sunny Isles Beach, Surfside, Bal Harbour, Bay Harbor Islands, Biscayne Park, Indian Creek, Miami Beach, Miami Shores and North Bay Village.
Contact the following agencies for more information.
- Partners for Self-Employment Address: 3000 Biscayne Blvd # 215, Miami, FL 33137 Email:[email protected] Phone: 305-438-1407 Website: http://partnersforselfemployment.org/
- Tools for Change Address: 5120 NW 24th Avenue, Miami Fl 33142
Email:[email protected] Phone: 305-200-5568 Website: https://tfcmiami.org/
Miami-Dade County officials continue work with local, state and federMessage from Miami-Dade Commissioner Sally HeymanI hope you and your families are staying healthy and safe as we ALL continue to adjust to COVID-19, its fluid nature and the changing news about this pandemic virus spreading.
My Commission Staff and I have been closely following news and updates at all levels of government, organizations and services. The rapidly changing environment requires ALL of US to be responsive in adhering to warnings, instructions, restrictions and advisories to get through this difficult time.
My Office has been operating remotely without interruption or delays, and will continue the same level of service that we have always delivered. We are taking all precautions suggested by CDC, WHO, and other public health experts to mitigate any further spread of the coronavirus working in isolated remote locales.
My Office has been and will continue to hold twice daily virtual meetings to share information: scheduling FaceTime, Skype, and virtual phone meetings on request: using our iCloud-based system to maintain records for our remote work, monitoring our office emails and have seven (7) day a week office phone line transfer to always take your calls.
We are here for you, our community and constituents through this difficult time. If you need assistance, have concerns or questions, reach out to us. Working together we will get through this and move forward to better days.
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Miami-Dade County Commissioner Sally A. Heyman was recently appointed Chair, Large Urban County Caucus (LUCC), for National Association of Counties (NACo), representing U.S. Counties with populations larger than 1 million.
As an active member with NACo, Commissioner Heyman has held several leadership positions over the past 15 years and consistently collaborated on best practices for Miami-Dade County and counties throughout Florida and the United States. Commissioner Heyman has worked on numerous issues in bipartisan partnerships for Miami-Dade and counties nationwide to access federal contracts, promote civil citations and reduce jail populations, cut FEMA reimbursement bureaucracy, tax legislation, mental health and illness treatment.
Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs grant application deadlines for the 2019-2020 fall cycle
The guidelines and deadline schedules for cultural and tourism grants available to Miami-Dade County non-profit cultural organizations are now available. Organizations interested in applying for a cultural grant should review all the posted guidelines along with eligibility requirements, program criteria, maximum funding requests and sign-up to attend a grant workshop.
The heavy rains that recently impacted Miami-Dade County demonstrate of keeping storm drains clear from debris. Miami-Dade County's Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW), with the assistance of other County Departments and Miami-Dade County Commissioner Sally Heyman, District 4, have launched a public education campaign to remind landscapers and residents that they shouldn't blow grass clippings onto the streets and into the storm drainage system.
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