Eligible activities include:
Roof (repair and/or replacement);
Hurricane impact windows or doors;
To be eligible, your home must be owner occupied as the “primary
residence”; and have none of
the following: Outstanding Code Violations, City Liens, Open Permits AND no
illegal enclosures or additions (work done without permit). Also, you must have current homeowner’s
and flood insurance, if required by Mortgage Company and be up-to-date with
first mortgage, unless fully owned outright.
Controlling Mosquitoes at Home
Control mosquitoes outside your home
· Remove standing water where mosquitoes could lay eggs
· Once a week, empty and scrub, turn over, cover, or throw out any items that hold water like tires, buckets, planters, toys, pools, birdbaths, flowerpot saucers, or trash containers. Mosquitoes lay eggs near water.
· Tightly cover water storage containers (buckets, cisterns, rain barrels) so that mosquitoes cannot get inside to lay eggs.
· For containers without lids, use wire mesh with holes smaller than an adult mosquito.
· Use larvicides to treat large containers of water that will not be used for drinking and cannot be covered or dumped out.
· If you have a septic tank, repair cracks or gaps. Cover open vent or plumbing pipes. Use wire mesh with holes smaller than an adult mosquito.
Kill mosquitoes outside your home
· Use an outdoor insect spray made to kill mosquitoes in areas where they rest.
· Mosquitoes rest in dark, humid areas like under patio furniture, or under the carport or garage. When using insecticides, always follow label instructions.
Control mosquitoes inside your home
Keep mosquitoes out
· Install or repair and use window and door screens. Do not leave doors propped open.
· Use air conditioning when possible.Remove standing water where mosquitoes could lay eggs
· Once a week, empty and scrub, turn over, cover, or throw out any items that hold water like vases and flowerpot saucers. Mosquitoes lay eggs near water.Kill mosquitoes inside your home
Kill mosquitoes inside your home
· Use an indoor insect fogger* or indoor insect spray* to kill mosquitoes and treat areas where they rest. These products work immediately, and may need to be reapplied. When using insecticides, always follow label directions. Only using insecticide will not keep your home free of mosquitoes.
· Mosquitoes rest in dark, humid places like under the sink, in closets, under furniture, or in the laundry room.
The City of North Miami has received $194,000 in state funding from the Division of Emergency Management to identify approved owner-occupied, single-family properties within the City of North Miami, for wind mitigation improvements. The Residential Retrofit program will provide qualified wind resistance construction and installations to be completed in strict compliance with Florida Building Codes and Manufacturer’s Specifications.
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North Miami's 90th Anniversary Festival has been POSTPONED due to inclement weather.
essential job functions include enforcing pool rules/regulations, protecting
lives, patrolling and observing the pool area, rescuing swimmers in distress, administering
First Aid and/or CPR as needed, and maintaining the cleanliness of the water
The position is part-time (maximum 29 hours/week).
Schedule Shifts: Sunday - Saturday / 8:30AM – 7:30PM (hours/shifts) may vary, and will be adjusted based on necessity.
Start Date: ASAP.
Pay Rate: $8.50 - $10.00/hour (based on qualifications certifications)
Please call the City of North Miami Parks & Recreation Department for information on classes for certifications mentioned above at (305) 895-9840.
Applicants will be required to pass a swim test and complete an interview. Prior to employment, eligible candidates will be required to pass a Level II background investigation, comprehensive medical examination and drug test.
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For more information, contact Victoria Miel (305) 895-9844 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Planning commission video for August 4th is available online at City's Youtube Page:
or via LiveStream replay at:
Meeting airs on Channel 77 Wednesdays at 7:00pm and Fridays at 10:00am. On 8/14/15 Planning Commission Meeting will air at 5:00pm (due to technical difficulties), and resume back to regular schedule after that.
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Parks and Recreation and Open Space Master Plan
• Master Plan Volume I
• Master Plan Volume I (Long-Range Master Plan)
• Master Plan Volume II
Are you interested in learning a trade
in the construction industry? Take a step towards a new career path by
visiting the Construction Training Fair
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Joe Celestin Center 1525 NW 135 Street
Monday, December 24 - ClosedLunes, 24 de diciembre - CerradoFemen lendi, 24 desanm
Tuesday, December 25 - ClosedMartes, 25 de diciembre - CerradoFemen madi, 25 desanm
Wednesday, December 26 - ClosedMiércoles 26 de diciembre - Cerrado Femen mekredi, 26 desanm
Thursday, December 27 - 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Jueves, 27 de diciembre Jedi, 27 desanm
Friday, December 28 - 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Viernes, 28 de diciembreVandredi, 28 desanm
Monday, December 31 - 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Lunes 31 de diciembre Lendi, 31 desanm
Tuesday, January 1, 2013 - Closed Martes, 1 de enero, 2013 - Cerrado Femen madi, 1 janvye
The City of North Miami is an
entitlement recipient of federal funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and
Urban Development (HUD) under the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
Program. For Program Year 2010 the City of North Miami was awarded supplemental
Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP3) funds in the amount of $1,173,374.00
to facilitate the purchase and rehabilitation of foreclosed and abandoned
properties that might otherwise become sources of abandonment and blight within
the community. The City amended the 2010
Action Plan to incorporate this NSP3 funding and eligible strategies. The City is
amending the 2010 Action Plan to add Target Area (4, which also incorporates
previously approved Target Areas (1, 2 & 3).
Summary of Amendment
NSP 3Target Area (1) proved to be
too limited and restricted the City’s ability to spend the NSP3 funds in the
areas of greatest need. Target Area (1) is bordered by the NE 12th Avenue to
the East, NE 6 Avenue to the West, NE 135 Street to
the South and NE 143 Street to the North.
NSP3 Target Area (2) is bordered
by West Dixie Highway to the West, NE 123 St to the North, NE 121
St to the South and 6 Avenue to the East. The City has
successfully acquired an eligible property in this Target Area.
NSP3 Target Area (3) is bordered by NE 127 St to the North, NE 13 Ave to the West, NE 125 St to
the South, NE 13 Place and NE 14 Ave to the East. The City has been unsuccessful thus far in
locating any properties in this Target Area.
The proposed Target Area (4) is
bordered by NW 17 Avenue on the west, to NE 16 Avenue on the East, up to
the City’s Northern limits at NE 149 Street on the North, to NW
119 Street on the South. The proposed Target Area 4 includes all previously
approved Target Areas. A map of the proposed Target Area (4) is below.
The 15-day public comment period
will commence: October 24, 2012 and end November
7, 2012. A copy of the amendment is located at the Office of the
City Clerk at the North Miami City Hall, 776 N.E. 125 Street, North Miami,
Florida 33161 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. – Monday through Friday.In addition, the NSP3 amendment has been
posted to the City’s website at www.northmiamifl.gov Citizens are encouraged to comment upon the proposed
amendment by submitting written comments to the office of Community Planning
& Development, at the address listed above, or to email@example.com.
Prior to adoption, the City of
North Miami City Council will hold a public hearing on the proposed amendment
to the 2010 Action Plan. The public
hearing will take place on November 13, 2012 at 7:00 PM
in the Council Chambers at City Hall, located at 776 N.E. 125 Street, North
Miami, Florida 33161. Interested parties are encouraged to attend
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act and Florida Statutes Section 286.26, persons with
disabilities needing special accommodation to participate in this hearing
should contact the City Clerk’s Office at (305) 893-6511, at least 48 hours
prior to the hearing.
- North Miami Parks & Rec. Department - Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Creative Arts Summer Program for Kids FREE Summer Programs for Teens
To find out more details on the election, including a list of candidates, visit northmiamifl.gov/vote
Registration is closed due to sufficient
number of registrants.
2-Week Sessions (all camps
Session1: 6/9 - 6/20
Session 2: 6/23 - 7/3
Session 3: 7/7 - 7/18
Session 4: 7/21 -
1-Week Sessions in August
Recreational CampLocation: Keystone Community
$80 Resident / $100 Non-Resident (per
Session 5: 8/4 - 8/8
Additional fees apply for additional time see
Ages 6 - 14 Elaine Gordon Park
- 1725 NE 135 Street Residents $160 • Non-Residents
$200 Per SessionEnchanted Forest Summer
Camp offers participants a traditional recreational summer
camp experience. Campers will participate in theme weeks, on-site
activities, games, tournaments & field trips.Click here to see the schedule for this camp.
Performing Arts Camp Ages 6 - 14
Sunkist Grove Center - 12500 NW 13
Avenue Residents $140 • Non-Residents $180 Per
SessionPerforming Arts Camp
offers participants a creative and active summercamp
experience. Campers will participate in dance, voice, and acting
classes.Campers will produce a talent showcase at the
conclusion of each session.Click here to see the schedule for this camp.
MVP Sports Camp Ages 8 -
14Keystone Center - 13050 Ixora
Court Residents $180 • Non-Residents $220 Per
SessionMVP Sports Camp offers
participants an active and adventurous summercamp experience.
Campers will participate in sports related theme weeks,on-site
activities, sports clinics, tournaments, traditional and unique field
trips.Click here to see the schedule for this camp.
Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 6:00
Addtional Time: 7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
$30 (Per session) Sessions 1 - 4$15 (per session)
Sessions 5 - 6
Birth Certificate required for first time registrants. Proof of
residency required to receive resident rate.
NO REGISTRATION WILL BE TAKEN ON SITE!!!
Register at 12300 NE 8 Avenue or on-line. SPACE IS
LIMITED! For more information on camp programs call
Adventure Camp Ages 6 - 11 Elaine Gordon
Park - 1725 NE 135 Street Camp Hours:
Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 3:00
p.m. Weekly June 9 - August 1 *No camp:
June 30 - July 4 Residents $60 •
Non-Residents $80 Per Week Have
fun exploring South Florida’s natural environment through hands on
activities, interactive games, nature hikes, arts & crafts and
field trips.Click here to download the
Tennis Camp at Sans
Souci Ages 4 - 16Penny Sugarman Sans Souci
Tennis Center - 1795 Sans Souci Boulevard Weekly
June 9 - August 15 *No camp: June 30 - July 11Camp
Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Camp Fees $175 Per Week or $40 Per
Day For additional information call:
305.893.7130Click here to download the
Tennis Camp at Pepper
Park Ages 5 - 18Claude Pepper Tennis Center
- 1355 NW 135 Street Weekly June 9 - August 15 *No
camp: July 4Camp Hours: Monday - Friday
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.Camp Fees $75 Per Week or $19
Per Day For additional information call:
305.895.9840 Click here to download the
The Irving Thomas
Elite Basketball Academy Basketball Summer
Jam Camp Boys and Girls Ages 8 - 18in partnership
with The Police Athletic League of North
MiamiJoe Celestin Center - 1525
NW 135 Street Camp Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00
p.m. June 16 - 20 $100 • To register please visit
www.eba.vpweb.com For more information call 954.695.4624.
Teen Camp Ages 14 - 17Joe Celestin Center - 1525 NW 135 Street Camp Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. June 23 - August 15 $60 (per two weeks session) Field trip fees included. Free lunch program available One time registration fee: $10.00 (Non-refundable) For additional information call: 305.895.9840Click here to download the flyer.
Boards that have openings are as follows:
Click here to download the application
Appointments are made at regular council meetings held on the second and fourth tuesdays of the month, beginning at 7:00 pm. For applications, requirements and more information contact the city clerk’s office at (305) 895-9817.
16-week program • Ages 13–18 (18 if currently enrolled in high
February 24 - June 5, 2014Monday - Thursday 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Joe Celestin Center1525 NW 135 Street (dates and times are subject to change)
Join your fellow peers in a
leadership training environment with a twist! We offer Career
Development, Creative Expression/Art and Culture with a variety of
community engagement opportunities. Applications available online.
How to Join:
Submit an application and have an interview with program staff. Applications February 3 - 18, 2014.
For more information contact Shacora
Jackson at 305-953-3080
Click here to download the
Space is limited!
16-week program • Ages 13–18 (18 if currently enrolled in high school)
STARTING MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2013.
Dates and Times: TBD
Join your fellow peers in a leadership training environment with a twist! We offer Career Development, Creative Expression/Art and Culture with a variety of community engagement opportunities. Applications available online beginning Monday, August 26, 2013.
How to Join: Submit an application and have an interview with program staff.
For more information contact Shacora Jackson at 305-953-3080
Click here to download the application.
Space is limited!
Only residents of the City of North Miami residents will be eligible for fee reductions. If you believe you qualify for a fee reduction, please print and complete the application and return it along with the requested documentation to the Parks and Recreation Department's Administrative Offices.
Volunteer Position - Summer Camp Leader In Training The City of North Miami Parks and Recreation is looking for responsible students to work as a leader in training at one of our three full-day camp sites. Pre-Applications must be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department no later than 5:00 pm April 25, 2014. Click here for more information.
Contract Position - Performing Arts Camp Counselor/Instructor The City of North Miami Parks and Recreation is looking for responsible individuals to work as summer camp counselors at performing arts summer camp. This position is seasonal full-time (40 hours). If you are someone who has experience in performing arts and enjoys working with kids, we want you. Pre-Applications must be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department no later than 5:00 pm April 21, 2014. Click here for more information.
Contract Position - Summer Camp counselor The City of North Miami Parks and Recreation is looking for responsible individuals to work as summer camp counselors at one of our two full-day camp sites. This position is seasonal full-time (40 hours). If you are someone who is active and enjoys working with kids, we want you. Pre-Applications must be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department no later than 5:00 pm April 21, 2014. Click here for more information.
Click here to
download Chapters 10 and 12 of the City's Code of Ordinances.
Foods Market is coming to North Miami!
Job opportunities are available,
but you must apply online as soon as possible. If
you are interested, please follow this link to start the job application process. Click here to apply online.
CITY LAUNCHES 2013 STUDENT TEEN EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM
The City of North Miami is once again recruiting businesses
as well as students that reside within City limits for the Student Teen
Employment Program (STEP), which provides summer employment for teens.
The Youth Opportunity Board of the City of North
Miami is once again recruiting students for placement in paid internships with
the City this summer. The internships
will allow selected applicants an opportunity to learn and become involved in
the workings of local government and businesses.
enrolled high school or college students who are 16 years of age or older (as
of May 31, 2013) and are RESIDENTS OF
NORTH MIAMI, are eligible to apply. Applicants should plan on working
mid June through August 16, 2013. Interested students are encouraged to complete
and submit a pre-employment application to Mr. Khalid Salahuddin at 12300 NE 8
Avenue, North Miami, FL, 33161. Application will be taken until positions are
items must be submitted with your completed application:
It is important
to complete all areas of the pre-employment application and attach all
necessary supporting documents. Failure to do so may result in you being
disqualified from the process. Once all applications have been received and
screened they will be sent to the various City departments and local businesses
to arrange an interview with prospective interns.
If you have any
questions regarding the program or need additional details, please contact Mr. Khalid Salahuddin at the parks and Recreaton Administative Offices, 305.895.9840 ext. 12221.
Come celebrate the City of North Miami for the Miami Dolphins SEASON OPENER with and EXCLUSIVE OFFER!
We encourage you to invite your friends and family for some LIVE NFL Football inside Sun Life Stadium.
September 22, 2013 vs. Atlanta Falcons @ 4:05 p.m.
$35 per ticket: Upper Corner/Endzone$102 per ticket: Lower Corner/Endzone
For more information please contact Derrick Corker at firstname.lastname@example.org or 305.895.9846
Code:northmiami Copy or click here.
Miami-Dade County is hosting a Special Election on Tuesday, November 5, 2013.
Early voting will be held at sites throughout Miami-Dade County, including: North Miami Public Library 835 NE 132 Street
Early Voting Schedule:7 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 21-25; 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Oct. 26 and Nov. 2;1 p.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 27 and Nov. 3;11 a.m.-7 p.m. Oct. 28-Nov. 1.
The projects can be found by clicking the "Progress 2013" icon on the front page of the City's website. The site can also be accessed directly at www.northmiamifl.gov/progress2013.
Information on the Progress 2013 projects will be updated on this site on a regular basis; including status of the project, work timeline, project costs and before and after photos. This webpage will be available until the projects are fully completed.
Fall in to fun at the North Miami
Parks and Recreation Department. Fall
programs range from swim lessons, ballet class for children ages 3 – 13, soccer
for ages 3 – 10 and more.
Visit northmiamifl.gov/parks for all
of the details or call the North Miami Parks and Recreation Department at
MOCA welcomes its newest Community Partner, Whole Foods Market, located at 12150 Biscayne Boulevard.
The Youth Opportunity Board of the City of North Miami is once again recruiting students for placement in paid internships with the City this summer.The internships will allow selected applicants an opportunity to learn and become involved in the workings of local government.
All currently enrolled high school students who are 16 years of age or older (as of May 31, 2013) and are RESIDENTS OF NORTH MIAMI, are eligible to apply. Applicants should plan on working from June 10 through August 2, 2013. Interested students are encouraged to complete and submit a pre-employment application to Mr. Khalid Salahuddin at 12300 NE 8 Avenue, North Miami FL 33161. Application must be submitted by 5 PM on Friday, April 26, 2013.
The following items must be submitted with your completed application:
A brief summary of available positions are included with the application packet. It is important to complete all areas of the pre-employment application and attach all necessary supporting documents. Failure to do so may result in you being disqualified from the process. Once all applications have been received and screened they will be sent to the various City departments for each department to arrange an interview with prospective interns.
If you have any questions regarding the program or need additional details, please contact Mr. Khalid Salahuddin at the Parks and Recreation Administrative offices, 305-895-9840 ext. 12221.
Job Requirements: part-time Position
The essential job functions include, but are not limited to the following: patrolling and observing pool area; rescuing tired bathers or bathers having difficulties; applying artificial respiration if necessary; and maintaining the balance and cleanliness of water and facility.
Prior to employment, eligible candidates will be required to pass a background investigation, comprehensive medical examination and a drug test.
For more information contact Annalisa Walker at 305.895.9840 Ext. 12228 or via email at email@example.com.
Ages 15 and Up
Upon successful completion of the program, students will receive American Red Cross certifications in the following areas: Lifeguarding, First Aid and CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer
Lifeguard Training Class Mandatory Dates:
FEE: $250. Enrollees must participate through the entire session on the days and times outlined on this flyer and pass required exams at the end of the course. It is critical that enrollees arrive on time.
Thomas Sasso Pool 1100 NW 125 Street North Miami, Fl 33168305.681.0701 or 305.895.9840.
Space is limited! Register Now! No registration will be taken on site!
Register at 12300 NE 8 Avenue or on-line. For more information please call 305.895.9840.
Billing Progress: As of July 9, 2013, we are currently processing the bills for the month of April 2013.
The City of North Miami continues to upgrade its utility billing process. We are currently experiencing billing delays. It is possible for customers to receive back to back quarterly or monthly bills during this time. Each bill has a 45-day payment cycle; however, the payment period will be extended for each subsequent bill. If you have any questions regarding your account, please contact the Utility Billing Division at 305-895-9885.
BUILDING A MOVEMENT FOR PLAY: NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION KABOOM! NAMES NORTH MIAMI AMONG 217 "PLAYFUL CITY USA" COMMUNITIES
Communities Recognized for Prioritizing Play for Children
With research proving play is critical to the overall well-being of children, 217 cities and towns, including North Miami, earned recognition from national non-profit KaBOOM! as 2013 Playful City USA communities for their efforts to give children the childhood they deserve by providing ample opportunities for play. Today’s generation of children play less than any previous generation despite the vast benefits of play. The Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics reports that play is essential to the social, emotional, cognitive and physical well-being of children.
Sponsored by the Humana Foundation, Playful City USA is a national program from KaBOOM! that celebrates and promotes local policies that increase play opportunities for children and is a key platform in combating the lack of play among children.
KaBOOM!, the national non-profit organization dedicated to giving kids the childhood they deserve by bringing play to those who need it most, created Playful City USA in 2007 to help local governments address the lack of play and it is through mayors, city council members, parks and recreation departments, school districts and community leaders that the program succeeds in benefitting children.
“Kids need to play actively, every day, at home, in school and in their communities, yet play is disappearing,” said Darell Hammond, Founder and CEO of KaBOOM! and author of New York Times Best Seller A Movement to Save Play. “Children spend nearly eight hours a day in front of a screen; almost half of all poor students are deprived of recess; and to make matters worse, only one in five children live within walking distance of a park. Playful City USA communities like North Miami are creating innovative programs and initiatives and deserve recognition because of their efforts to give kids the childhood they deserve and best prepare them for their future.”
Hailing from 43 states, the 217 Playful City USA honorees range in size from seven-time honorees such as San Francisco and Spartanburg, S.C., to first-time recipient Ellsworth, Kan. (population: 3,100). These Playful City USA communities are making a commitment to play and physical activity by developing unique local action plans to increase the quantity and quality of play in their community.
Each of the 2013 Playful City USA communities demonstrated creative commitments to addressing the lack of play among children. Playful City USA celebrates and highlights these unique initiatives developed by communities across the country. A primary goal of Playful City USA is to encourage cities and towns to share ideas, concepts and programs in an effort to increase play opportunities for children.
KaBOOM! selected North Miami for its outstanding dedication to play. North Miami is working to making communities playful for people of all ages. The city has focused on making the community more accessible via bicycles to encourage healthier lifestyles and create easier access to local playgrounds and recreation centers.
For more information on the KaBOOM! Playful City USA program, including Let’s Play grants and applications for 2014, visit www.playfulcityusa.org or call North Miami Parks and Recreation Administrative Office at 305-895-9840.
Low Income Residents Benefit from Miami-Dade
County Home Energy Assistance Program.
Assistance with utility costs is
now available through the Miami-Dade County Community Action and Human Services
Department Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). To qualify,
applicants must not exceed 150% of the U.S. Poverty Income Guidelines.
Qualified applicants facing a crisis situation may be eligible to receive up to
a $600 payment toward their outstanding electric or gas bills. Regular energy
applications may receive between $150-$300 dollar payment applied to their
LIHEAP applications are available
at Community Service Centers, Monday through Friday 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. Applications
and a listing of Community Service Centers are available online at http://www.miamidade.gov/socialservices/housing-assistance-energy.asp.
For additional information call
Code Compliance and Animal Control Unit Office
12330 NE 8 AvenueNorth Miami, Florida 33161
North Miami Public Library - 835 NE 132 Street
To volunteer, contact the North Miami Public Library, 835 NE 132 Street or send an email inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Landscape Maintenance Services - Invitation to Bid
Site Security Services - Invitation to Bid
Proposals will be received from contractors at the office of the Developer located at 15045 Biscayne Boulevard, North Miami Florida 33181.
The Institute of Museum and Library Services today announced the
Contemporary Art in North Miami, Fl. as one of 10 recipients of
this year’s National Medal for Museum and Library Service. The nation’s highest
honor conferred on museums and libraries for service to the community, the
National Medal celebrates institutions that make a difference for individuals,
families, and communities. The National Medal will be presented at a
celebration in Washington, D.C. on November 14.
More click here
START A NEW HOLIDAY TRADITION!Spend Thanksgiving morning with us and enjoy colorful floats, spectacular bands and a morning filled with fun for the entire family.
Bring your own chairs for a great curbside view anywhere along 125 Street.
City of North Miami Public Works Department - Water Utility joins
Miami-Dade County Water and Sewer Department in the annual free chlorination
treatment of all regional water treatment facilities in Miami-Dade County,
including North Miami’s Winson Water Plant at Sunkist Grove. Each year,
the method of chlorination is changed for a two week period to provide a
disinfection process to the water system. This year the treatment period
will be done from Monday, November 5, 2012 through Sunday, November
18, 2012 During this time period, water customers may experience
unusual taste or odor in the tap water.
This is a temporary condition
that will not cause adverse health effects. This annual treatment ensures
adequate disinfection levels in the water.If
you have any questions regarding this treatment method, you may contact the
Winson Water Plant at Sunkist Grove at 305-953-2854.
The City of North Miami, as required under the State Housing Initiatives Partnership (SHIP) Program, has prepared Annual Reports for activities accomplished during Fiscal Year 2011-2012.
Members of the public are welcome to provide oral or written comments on the matter. The Annual Reports will be available for review and comment from September 4, 2012, until September 14, 2012 at
Community Planning & Development Department12400 NE 8th Avenue hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm Monday - Thursday
Written comments may be submitted to: City of North Miami 776 NE 125 StreetNorth Miami, Florida 33161 Attn: Community Planning and Development Department.
For questions, please call (305) 893-6511, Ext. 12157.
The City of North Miami operates a curbside recycling program
for residential households. If you live in a single family home, duplex or
townhouse, you receive this service weekly. The program allows the City to
collect all of your recycled items in one 96-gallon container, similar to our
garbage collection process.
Single Stream Recycling has made it easier for families to
recycle. With your recycling cart, you can now place all your recycle items
directly in the cart and wheel it out curbside on the morning of your service
day. It’s that simple!
Items include: aluminum, steel and tin cans; plastics #1-7;
glass bottles and jars; cereal boxes; newspaper; magazines; junk mail; cardboard
and telephone books.
North Miami residents can also earn rewards for recycling.
Through our partnership with RecycleBank, each household earns points based on
the amount of their recycling.
In order to earn points, you must first register your
By participating in the RecycleBank rewards program, you can
earn hundreds of dollars in reward value each year just by recycling as much as
possible. Rewards such as discounts at local supermarkets – including Publix
and Winn Dixie – coupons for household items, and discounts for local
entertainment, including Zoo Miami and Miami Seaquarium.
The RecycleBank program is operated at no additional cost to
the City, it is simply the rewards component of our curbside recycling service.
The more we recycle as a community, the less garbage we have and that could
ultimately save the City money on garbage service.
Project: City of North Miami Claude Pepper Park Community CenterBudget: $70,000Location: 13535 NW 17th Avenue Deadline: Friday, January 27, 2010
Eligibility Open to all professional artists residing in Miami-Dade County
Facility Description The city of North Miami Claude Pepper Park Community Center will be located at 13535 NW 17th Avenue in the city of North Miami (folio 06-2123-000-0050) on the western half of the property which extends from NW 14th Avenue to NW 17th Avenue. The community center will be a one story, 18,577 square foot facility that will include a gymnasium, lockers rooms, a teen lounge, aerobics and weight room, arts and crafts room, a game room, a computer lab, and a central gallery space.
The community center was designed by the firm C3TS and will meet the requirements of an LEED Silver certified facility.
Funding for the facility was provided through Miami-Dade County’s General Obligation Bond Program.
Estimated completion of the facility has been scheduled for July 2012.
Opportunity for Public ArtThe city of North Miami seeks to commission a Miami-Dade County based artist or artist team to create a site-specific artwork for the community center.
The artwork will be located on the 1008 square foot west façade of the community center. The desired artistic approach will treat the façade as a singular architectural environment. While the community center is located in a residential neighborhood, the facade will be extremely visible to vehicular and pedestrian traffic. The west entrance/patio will be used for evening events.
Estimated Budget The artist is responsible for fully developing an artwork within the allocated $70,000. The budget must be inclusive of design, engineering, fabrication, installation, and any other costs associated with the implementation of the art project.
Please note, this is a time sensitive project, and therefore, it is critical for artists applying to this call to have the ability to adhere to the estimated schedule.
Eligibility The project is open to experienced professional artists residing in Miami-Dade County.
Professional artists with demonstrated experience in creating signature works of art are strongly encouraged to apply for this project.
City of North Miami employees, Art Selection Committee members and their immediate family members are excluded from participation in this art project.
Application Process A complete application must include:
Examples of completed works may include public art and/or studio works.
All applications must be received as a complete submittal no later than Friday, January 27, 5:00 PM at the City of North Miami, Office of the City Manager, ATTN: Miguel Seco, 776 N E 125th Street, North Miami, Florida 33161.
Incomplete submissions or applications received past the deadline will not be considered.
Selection Process An Art Selection Committee composed of no less than 5 members will select a small number of finalists.
Finalists will be paid a $500.00 honorarium to develop site specific proposals prior to final artwork selection.
The primary criteria for selection will be previous artistic accomplishment as demonstrated in images of completed artwork, public art experience, and/or approach to the site specific project.
Art Selection Committee The Committee is a panel composed of professionals in the field of art, public art, art education, art history, or architectural history.
About North Miami Art in Public Places The city of North Miami’s Art in Public Places Program is coordinated in consultation with Miami-Dade County’s Art in Public Places Program.
The program was established by Ordinance 1291 on January 12, 2010 to commission and purchase artworks by contemporary artists in all media for public spaces and facilities in North Miami.
About the City of North Miami North Miami, with a population approaching 59,000 residents, is home to one of the most ethnically diverse communities in the state of Florida. Encompassing approximately 9.5 square miles, it is ideally located midway between Miami and Fort Lauderdale.
A 2010 All-America City award winner, North Miami North Miami has a rich history dating back to the 1800’s. The city also boats one of the largest concentration of mid-century modern buildings in South Florida.
North Miami is committed to the growth of its business community, while also focusing on issues such as education, the arts, leisure activities and sustainability to provide a viable future for its residents and preserve the City’s rich history.
Additional Information For additional information on this project, contact Brandi Reddick, Miami-Dade County Art in Public Places at 305.375.5436, email@example.com or Miguel Seco, City of North Miami Art in Public Places Program at 305.895.9898, firstname.lastname@example.org