Septic to Sewer Commercial Corridors General Obligation Bond Program
The Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department (WASD) is currently investing $126 million in GOB funds dedicated to converting septic systems to County sewer service for more than 1,000 commercial properties in Miami-Dade County. In addition to improving the chances for economic development and job creation, the protection of the County’s water supply will also be improved and enhanced by eliminating commercial/industrial septic tanks from these areas.
When coupled with planned water infrastructure upgrades, it reflects a $200 million project, which would place it among the largest commitments of septic to sewer conversions in the State of Florida.
The initial five commercial corridors were identified by criteria adopted by the Board of County Commissioners that considered planning & environmental factors, economic, land use, and current and socioeconomic conditions.
- Green Technology Corridor
- NW 7th Ave.
- NW 27th Ave.
- NW 22nd Ave.
- NW 79th St.