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Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez

Mayor Carlos Gimenez
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The Mayor signs the executive order.
Curfew in place in Miami-Dade County

The curfew is from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. until further notice.

Consul-General of the Bahamas in Miami Linda Mackey and Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez
County residents donate nearly 2.5 million pounds of supplies to Bahamas relief efforts

Donations were accepted at several Miami-Dade County locations Sept. 16 through Sept. 27 to assist with Hurricane Dorian recovery efforts in the Bahamas.

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About the Mayor

Carlos A. Gimenez is the Mayor of Miami-Dade – Florida’s most populous county. He is Miami-Dade's highest-ranking elected official and chief administrator, who oversees a metropolitan government with 28,417 employees, an annual budget of approximately $8.9 billion, and serving 2.7 million residents. 

Since assuming office in 2011 after a special election, Mayor Gimenez has continued to consistently hold the line on tax increases and to date, the average homeowner has saved approximately $1,400 in property taxes. He championed and secured approval for the largest tax cut in County history six years ago, and collectively Miami-Dade taxpayers have saved approximately $2 billion during his tenure.

Gimenez was re-elected as Mayor in 2012 and again in 2016 for two consecutive four-year terms. He brings with him over 40 years of public service experience.