Request Public Records

Do you need to make a public record request from the City of Miami?

The City of Miami is committed to transparency and providing access to public records is the law in Florida. 

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Check if it's Already Available.

All previous requests and responsive documents are viewable online. You may even find what you're looking for without having to submit a new request. 

Search Existing Requests

Create a New Request.

If you can't find an existing request that has what you're looking for, you can create a new request. When making a request, it helps to be as specific as possible. 

We strongly recommend including all the following specifics:

  • Contact information – i.e.: name, phone number, email address, etc.
  • Date range for request - date ranges help with results that may be overly broad and that could result in responses that may contain thousands of documents.
  • Key words or key terms - for electronic records, key words and search terms that are overly broad may result in responses that contain thousands of documents.
  • The name of the department(s) from which you are requesting documents.

Submit a New Public Records Request

Building Records.

If you are trying to request building records (plans, etc), please go here.

Press

If you are seeking press releases, please contact our communications department at Communications@miamigov.com