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City of Miami
Mayor Tomas Regalado

Mayor
Tomás Regalado

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Federacion Mundial de Ex-Presos Politicos Cubanos - Proclamation

 

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5th Annual Back to School Supply Giveaway

 

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Street Dedication - Betty Pino

 

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EMV (Chip) Miami Bayside Kickoff Celebration at Bayside

 

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EB5 Regional Center's Informational Press Conference

 

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Launch Free Bee Vehicle

 

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Press Conference - El Real Madrid and FC Barcelona

 

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Mayor Regalado meets with Consulate General of Switzerland

 

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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - Joe Moretti

 

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Disabled Veteran's Home Repairs Project for Veteran George Carswell

 

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City of Miami Commission Meetings Now Viewable on Apple, Android, BlackBerry, Microsoft, and Other Operating Systems Used on Smartphones, Tablets, and Computers


Starting with the first budget hearing on September 9, 2014, citizens will now be able to view live and archived City Commission meetings on mobile devices and computers that use Apple, Android, BlackBerry, Microsoft, and other operating systems. Read More


Yough employment

The City of Miami Successfully Completes Its First Summer Youth Employment and Financial Empowerment Program


The City of Miami, as one of five select cities nationally to participate in the Summer Jobs Connect element under the Pathways to Progress, successfully finalized its first Summer Youth Employment & Financial Empowerment program with the participation of 108 local youths.
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City Hall

City of Miami EB5 Regional Center Press Conference


The City of Miami is sponsoring a monthly series of informational conferences on our newly USCIS federally designated City of Miami EB5 Regional Center.
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New Year

City of Miami Gets Its Kids Ready For School


City of Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado and City Commissioners help City of Miami Children prepare for the first day of school by giving away 1,000 backpacks at Peacock Park.
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Mayor's Newsletter
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In the Mayor’s Office Newsletter you may find information about most events taking place in the City like: repair of highways, park renovations, free available services, new projects, safety measures, trolleys’ routes, appointment of officials, etc.
June, 2014

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City Initiatives
Access Miami

Access Miami

ACCESS Miami is a citywide, comprehensive empowerment strategy aimed at increasing residents access to the financial tools and education that are fundamental to economic prosperity and success. The ACCESS model aspires to equip the entire community with the wealth-building tools necessary for economic self-sufficiency.

website: Access Miami

Elevate Miami

Elevate Miami

The City of Miami launched a comprehensive Digital Inclusion program: Elevate Miami. The goal is to better prepare our community to participate and compete in the new digital society and digital economy by assisting our citizens in becoming more comfortable with and adaptable to new technologies.

website: Elevate Miami

Green Miami

Green Miami

The vision for the Green Miami Campaign is to restore and enhance the City of Miami's tree canopy into a thriving urban forest that provides multiple aesthetic and environmental benefits. The long-term goal is to increase the City of Miami's tree canopy to 30% by 2017.

website: Green Miami

Miami 21

Miami 21

Miami of the 21st Century. Miami 21 represents the "Miami of the 21st Century" and entails a holistic approach to land use and urban planning. It will provide a clear vision for the City that will be supported by specific guidelines and regulations so that future generations will reap the benefits of well-balanced neighborhoods and rich quality of life.

website: Access Miami

Recovery Miami

Access Miami

The City of Miami is in the midst of an era of great change. Facing an economic recession that has not been seen since the 1920's, we have been presented with a great opportunity, thanks to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), to save jobs, and invest in keeping our community competitive.

website: Access Miami