This is a one-stop shop for contractors, engineers and planners to submit, pay and track permit applications.
Use the online application to request a permit inspection of your property. Make sure to have your permit number ready.
Apply for a Block Party Permit for the temporary closing of residential streets for both commercial and non-commercial events.
Find out how to request a memorial marker within Miami-Dade County road right-of-way for arterial and collector roads.
Roadways deemed necessary for the appropriate traffic movement on the County's roadway network.
Maintenance & Development
The County maintains approximately 5,500 miles of dedicated public roads, approximately 195 vehicular or pedestrian bridges and approximately 168 miles of secondary canals.
Learn about new reconstruction and improvements to existing roadways, traffic signals, sidewalks and bridges throughout Miami-Dade County.
The information available in this search has been assembled for the use of Miami-Dade County for the design and development of Public Works projects.
Review current and revised Standard Details to ensure projects meet requirements in accordance with applicable engineering standards.
A new state-of-the-art Advanced Traffic Management System is being installed throughout Miami-Dade County that will better serve motorists, transit users, pedestrians and bicyclists.
Learn about Miami-Dade County's traffic planning, design and operations responsibilities, including for Miami-Dade schools.
The Traffic Signals and Signs Division (TS&S) is responsible for operating and maintaining Miami-Dade County's traffic-related infrastructure.
Search for traffic control signals or devices currently accepted by DTPW for installation in MDC public right-of way, government facilities, and properties open to public travel.
The Department engineers, constructs and maintains the County's roads, bridges, canals, sidewalks, street signs, pavement markings, traffic signals, street lights and stormwater drainage facilities. It also maintains landscapes along the public rights-of-way of Miami-Dade County.