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City of Miami

"I Am Cleaning Calle Ocho," A Community Clean Up Event.


Carollo and Padron

Commissioner Frank Carollo and MDC President, Dr. Eduardo Padron.



Presenting a check to the Police Athelitic League (PAL) at the City Commission.


Comm Carollo

At the National Women Judges Association Reception.



Requesting a Census Recount with Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen.


Commissioner Frank Carollo

Frank Carollo

Recent News
Frank Carollo


Latino Art Beat, a national not for profit arts organization, received over 1,000 entries in its 14th consecutive art competition, themed “What Hispanic Heritage & Culture Means to Me?” This year Audrey Michelle Gair, a June 2011 graduate of the New World School of the Arts high school, Miami was selected as the 2011 National Latino Art Beat competition winner. Gairs’ artwork titled “Mi Cultura”, is an acrylic on canvas self portrait in the style of Mexican artist, Freda Kahlo de Rivera (July 6, 1907 – July 13, 1954)

Frank Carollo

“I Clean Miami,” a Community Clean Up Event

Commission Vice Chairman Frank Carollo, welcomes and participates along with city officials, volunteers, merchants and city departments in the “I Am Cleaning Miami,” Community Clean Up Event, on Calle 8.

Frank Carollo

Miami Census 2010 Recount

Commission Vice-Charimant Frank Carollo joins City of Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado and Congresswoman Ileana Ros Lehtinen at a press conference, from Miami City Hall, to urge the Census Bureau for a recount of Miami’s population. The numbers in the 2010 Census did not report Miami’s full growth since 2009, claiming that a little less than 400,000 people live in the City, which is 30,000 less than official estimates in 2008 and 2009.



Commissioner Carollo
Commissioner Frank Carollo

Frank Carollo was first elected to the City of Miami Commission in November of 2009 where, in a seven-candidate race, he comfortably won without a runoff. In other words, Commissioner Carollo received more votes than all of his opponents put together. He was subsequently re-elected with almost 80 percent of the votes in 2013.

Frank Carollo is a certified public accountant and a former law enforcement officer.

He is married and has a young daughter, which he enjoys spending time with.