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View a list of the City of Miami's elected and appointed officials. If you are unsure of who your commissioner is, you can use our page to Find my Commissioner and District Services.
Prior to being elected with 86 percent support from Miami residents, Mayor Suarez served as Miami Commissioner for District 4 during eight years.
Commissioner Alex Díaz de la Portilla is a Cuban American politician who grew up right here in Little Havana. He was elected to the City of Miami Commission to represent District 1 on November 2019.
As a small businessman with an international profile, Ken entered Miami politics in 2015 with an optimistic view on positive change. As Commissioner, Ken has focused on big picture issues such as affordable housing, sea level rise and transit options.
Commissioner Joe Carollo was elected in November 2017 to represent District 3 of the City of Miami. District 3 includes Little Havana, East Shenandoah, West Brickell, parts of Silver Bluff, and the Roads.
In November 2017, Commissioner Reyes was first elected to the City of Miami Commission by an overwhelming 57% of the vote and was reelected in 2019 without opposition.
Christine King has proudly served the community for many years and is known for her passion to serve. Before becoming an attorney, Christine worked as Chief of Constituent Services for a Miami-Dade County Commissioner and later as an executive with the Community Action Agency (CAA). Her career with the county spanned eighteen years.
Miami City Manager Arthur Noriega was appointed as the administrative head of Miami-Dade County’s most populous city in February 2020. Mr. Noriega oversees 4,381 employees with an operating budget of $1.165 billion. An executive with a strong background in construction, operations and urban development projects, Mr. Noriega previously headed the Miami Parking Authority for 20 years.
Ms. Méndez is Board Certified in City, County and Local Government Law by The Florida Bar. She joined the Office of the City Attorney in 2004 as the municipal prosecutor. She rose up the ranks as a Supervisor and then Deputy City Attorney.
The Clerk is responsible for recording, transcribing and safeguarding commission minutes and legislation; legislative research; lobbyist registration; bid openings; records management; boards and committees administration; passport applications for U.S. citizens; attesting contracts; attending bond validation proceedings, supervising and certifying results of city elections.
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