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Welcome to the Legislative Information Center
The Legislative Information Center provides a variety of information regarding the County's legislative process.
If you need an agenda item in accessible format please contact Agenda Coordination.
The Keyword or Advanced Search provides information on items appearing before the Board of County Commissioners from June 1996 forward. These pages allow searches on various items and display the complete history of the item, including the full text, if available.
Agendas are available from June 1996 to present. Both Committee and Board meetings are available four business days prior to a meeting. The agendas are current and include any additions, updates or withdrawals as they are entered.
Minutes are also available from June 1996 to present. Both Committee and Board meeting minutes are generally available in draft format 2-3 days following the meeting.
Online Lobbyist Registration
Lobbyists and Principals can create an account, update their profile information and receive periodic updates about training and lobbying within Miami-Dade County. Look here for information and listings of Lobbyists, Principals and Subject Matters for all Lobbyist registrations in Miami-Dade County since November 1999.
Legislative Reports are provided based on Legislative Items and actions taken on the items from June 18,1996 to present. Meeting Attendance, Matter Sponsored, Voting Record and Legislative Index reports are available.
Our webcasting system makes it possible for you to watch live Board of County Commission and Committee meetings or search the video archives and watch previously televised meetings.
- The Legislative Information Center Subscription Service is provided to allow users to receive agendas by email for commission and committee agenda updates.
- The Miami-Dade County Code of Ordinances is maintained by the Municipal Code Corporation.
- Established operating methods, administrative procedures and/or organizational responsibilities can be found using Search Administrative/Implementing Orders. Implementing Orders establish specific Board of County Commissioner legislation or policies that fall under their authority.
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