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Find detailed property information including ownership, sales, exemption benefits, taxable value information and more.

All Miami-Dade County employment applications are completed online. Create an account to apply for a current job opening.

Update your voter info, request a mail ballot, read your customized sample ballot, find out when and where to vote on election day and more.

Pay property taxes and business-related taxes online. Use resources to estimate taxes and learn about property tax exemptions.

Each year, Miami-Dade County residential waste collection households can receive two bulky waste pickups of up to 25 cubic yards each.

Get on board and around town with a Transit Pass. Buy one online, at any Metrorail station, other locations or by phone.

Pay your water bill online, check your water and sewer usage, request a pool credit or high bill investigation, and much more.

Motor vehicle registration renewals can be processed online, at the Tax Collector’s Office or at authorized agencies.

Search our current database for an inmate in-custody by entering their last name followed by their first initial or first name.

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County offices will be closed and some services will be reduced Wednesday, June 19, for Juneteenth. The holiday marks the day, June 19, 1865, when the more than 250,000 enslaved people in Texas finally learned the news of their emancipation.

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Recent changes to the election laws in Florida require voters who vote by mail to submit a new request. All requests for vote-by-mail ballots expired as of Dec. 31, 2022.

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Learn about this year's summer camps and how you can keep your kids engaged while staying safe.

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The Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department's new social awareness campaign, Water is Life, encourages residents to pause and reflect on water's critical role on their day-to-day lives, and share their stories on social media by tagging @MiamiDadeWater and using the hashtag #WaterIsLife.

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