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Downtown Water & Sewer update

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2016 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report available for review

To view a copy of the Miami Shores Village Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, please click here.

 

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Electronic Recycling Information

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Mosquito Season - Drain & Cover!

With the summer months fast approaching, please take the time to check your property for any items that can collect water. The summer months bring afternoon showers and any standing water is the perfect spot for mosquitoes to breed.

If you find your property or area is inundated with mosquitoes, you may dial Miami-Dade County information to place a service request for mosquito control. 

 

If you feel there may be a mosquito nuisance in your neighborhood, please use the following information to place a service request.

 

•Call 3-1-1

•The call specialist will request an exact address and location of the complaint (intersections are discouraged). Name and phone number can be provided although you can choose to remain anonymous.

•The call specialist will ask a list of questions to assist the mosquito control inspector during the investigation process.

•The call specialist will then assign a case number which allows the person placing the service request to track the outcome of the inspection by calling 3-1-1. During the mosquito season (May through October usually) requests are handled within one to two business days. During the off-season they are handled within one business day.

 

And as always....please remember to Drain & Cover outside around your house.

 

Hurricane Preparedness Week

Hurricane Preparedness Week May 7 - 12

 

The Atlantic Hurricane Season officially begins June 1st and ends November 30th. During these months, it is a time when most tropical cyclones are expected to develop.

 

We encourage you to begin preparations to your property ahead of the hurricane season. You can find more information in the upcoming Miami Shores Village June newsletter or by attending the Village Manager's Hurricane Preparedness Workshop on June 7th, 2017 at 7 PM at the Community Center.

 

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Visit the National Weather Service (NWS) and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) website for tips and information on hurricane preparedness.

 

 https://www.weather.gov/wrn/hurricane-preparedness

2017 Village Council Election Results

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