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LimeBike Memorandum of Understanding

Regular Garbage and Recycling Friday

There will be regular Friday garbage and recycling pickup schedules tomorrow. We are working to pick-up all bulk trash. However, at this time, please DO NOT place any more bulk trash at curbside as it may not be picked up and will become a projectile in the storm!!

Hurricane Irma Advisory #1

 Hurricane Irma 1

 

To obtain a copy of the Miami Shores Village Hurricane Season Quick Reference Guide, please click here.

Aquatic Center "Snack Shack"

Miami Shores Village is seeking

Letters of Interest

for the Aquatic Center "Snack Shack"

The purpose of this Request for Letters of Interest is to solicit formal interest and feedback from private entities interested in providing services to all aspects of operating a Food Concession operation at the Miami Shores Village Aquatic Center Concession located at 10200 Biscayne Boulevard. 

For more information click here

"Public Market/Food Hall/ Pop-up Restaurants"

Miami Shores village is seeking Letters of Interest for

"Public Market/Food Hall/ Pop-up Restaurants"

The purpose of this Request for Letters of Interest is to solicit formal interest from private entities interested in providing services to all aspects of operating a Public Market/Food Hall/Pop-Up Restaurant concept inside the vacant building owned by Miami Shores Village located at 9900 NE 2nd Avenue.

To review the requirements click here

"Environmental Vulnerability Study"

Miami Shores village is seeking Requests for Proposals for an "Environmental Vulnerability Study"

To review the requirements click here

Did You Know - A Paint Permit is no longer required.

 

Paint Permits are no longer required.

 

State Statutes have eliminated the requirement for paint permits. However, even though the paint permit requirement has been eliminated, the Miami Shores Village Code of Ordinances Section 523 Quality of buildings generally, states “All buildings shall be generally harmonious in character and appearance, including exterior color, with existing buildings in the neighborhood and shall be appropriate to their surroundings.”

 

 

The Village will no longer require a permit to paint your house however the requirement that paint color be harmonious in character and appearance with existing buildings in the neighborhood still applies.

 

 

Please contact the Village at 305-795-2207 extension 4861 for more information and to discuss paint color choices.