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Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava has delivered the 2022 State of the County address. Learn more.

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Mayor Daniella Levine Cava presented the FY 2022-23 Proposed Budget. Stay tuned for information on public meetings.

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The Mayor's housing summit featured expert speakers, breakout sessions on subjects critical to Miami-Dade's housing supply and affordability crisis.

The $70 million fund will be used to build new affordable and workforce housing projects in Miami-Dade County.

Join the conversation with other small business owners, every Friday at 10 a.m. via Zoom.

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Daniella Levine Cava was elected Miami-Dade County’s first-ever woman Mayor in November 2020. She enters the Mayor's office following a nearly 40-year career as a relentless advocate for South Florida families in public service and elected leadership.

As Miami-Dade County’s Mayor, she oversees a metropolitan government with more than 28,000 employees serving nearly 3 million residents, managing an annual budget of approximately $9 billion.

A social worker, lawyer, and community activist, she was first elected in 2014, and re-elected in August 2018, to serve as the Miami-Dade County Commissioner representing District 8.