|istoric Normandy Fountain Restored|
Tuesday, October 14, 6 p.m.
7030 Trouville Esplanade
|World Watched as Storm Water Pumps Keep King Tides at Bay|
Miami Beach Moves Forward in Addressing Climate Change
Flood Insurance Discount
Miami Beach's local mitigation strategy will again result in a discount of up to 20% on flood insurance premiums for residents and businesses in our city.
Miami Beach Rising Above
Miami Beach hosted the Sixth Annual Southeast Florida Climate Leadership Summit demonstrating that the island city is at the forefront of addressing sea level rise and climate change. White House Office of Science & Technology Director Dr John Holdren speaks.
|Early & Discounted Tickets to South Beach Wine & Food|
Only Good through October 17Call 1.877.762.3933
Residents of the City of Miami Beach will have the opportunity to purchase select tickets to festival events at a discount rate in a two-week pre-sale period in advance of the official public on-sale date.
The opportunity consists of a 15% discount applied to the purchase of a maximum of two (2) tickets to one choice of the following events: Ronzoni Pasta's 100th Anniversary: Seaside Spaghetti Soiree, Amstel Light Burger Bash, Meatopia: The Q Revolution, Whole Foods Market Grand Tasting Village on Saturday or Sunday, and new for this year: Bank of America Lifestyle Seminars, Fontainebleau Miami Beach presents Wine Spectator's Best of the Best, YogArt presents Buddhas and Bellinis (Saturday or Sunday), Southern Kitchen Brunch hosted by Trisha Yearwood and Farm to Table Brunch. All tickets must be purchased with a billing address to a Miami Beach zip code - 33139, 33140 or 33141.
More information, go to Residents with Perks >
|Help Design Miami Beach's Birthday Cake|
Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival Presented by FOOD & WINESend Your Design to CMB100@Sobefest.com before December 12, 2014
Also, enter 100 days of free giveaways from October 20 through January 28 (use #SOBEWFF and #MiamiBeach100 to enter on Twitter and Instagram)
|Miami Beach Veterans Day Parade & Picnic|
11.11.2014 at 11AM
Come out and support our military veterans at the annual parade down Washington Avenue and free picnic and ceremony at Flamingo Park baseball field. This year will have a special centennial commemoration. For information on how to participate, email email@example.com or call 305.673.7010.
|Miami Beach Special Election|
Two Ballot Questions on the November Ballot
Miami Beach Turns 100 . . . "This is How We Celebrate"
Centennial Commemorations Begin in OctoberThroughout the year, activities and events will be reminiscent of the city's rich past, colorful present and promising future. During the week of 22 through 26 in March 2015, a major 100-hour extravaganza is in the planning stages. Other commemorations will also be held.
Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival presented by FOOD & WINE will promote 100 days of free giveaways from October 20 through January 28 (use #SOBEWFF and #MiamiBeach100 to enter on Twitter and Instagram) and sponsor a centennial cake design contest through December. The selected cake design displays at their February event.
Centennial Cake Design Contest: www.sobefest.com/
Sponsorship Opportunities: Christine@
History Blog: www.100miamibeach.blogspot.com
Centennial Website: www.miamibeach100.com
|Honoring Hispanic Heritage Month Awards|
September 15 - October 15
Celebrating the achievements & contributions of Latinos from past to present with music, dance, food & other activities.
Award winners included Jessica Fuentes, young, Hispanic professional, general manager for Café Avanti; Alejandro Llaneras, Miami Beach Police and K9 officer active in the Kindergarten Cops program; Lourdes Lopez, artistic director, Miami City Ballet; Willie Priegues, Miami Beach recreation supervisor, Teen Club coordinator; and Carlos Rodriguez, Miami Beach Senior High Teacher of the Year.
|Let Us Do the Driving!|
North Beach Trolley Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony is October 29, 10AM, North Shore Bandshell Stop
|Government in Action|
Commission Committees & Development Boards
Watch meetings live on MBTV, available on Atlantic Broadband 77 & 90 and AT&T Uverse 99 and online (available on smartphones and tablets too).
|Hazardous Waste Collection & Paper Shredding|
Sunday, November 16
40 Street & Chase Avenue Parking Lot
8AM - 3PM
Bring your household chemicals, pesticides, batteries, fertilizers, motor oil, paints, cleaners, etc. Also, paper shredding for sensitive documents (certified destruction) and recycling.It's WasteFULL Weekends
Keep It Clean the First Weekend of Every Month
October 4 & 5 | 8AM - 8PM
During WasteFull Weekends, take your bulk trash to the two dumpster locations:
75 St + Dickens Avenue (North Beach)
541 Jefferson Avenue (South Beach)
Remember to recycle, it's the law!
|Obey the Laws, Share the Road|
Police Enforcement of Bicycle & Pedestrian Laws Underway Citywide
Obey all traffic laws. If no sidewalks are present, walk against the direction of traffic to see oncomingvehicles. Always use the crosswalk. Push the button to get the walk signal. Be visible. Wear bright, reflective colors on your clothes, shoes, belts and wristbands.
Motorists: When passing a cyclist, keep a three-foot distance between your vehicle and the bicycle. Look out for approaching cyclists before opening your car door when parked.
Cyclists: You must follow traffic rules of the road including traffic signals. Ride in the same direction as vehicles and yield when making turns. Yield to pedestrians when riding on a sidewalk. Register your bicycle.
Miami Beach Food Truck & Music FestFourth Wednesday of the Month*
North Shore Bandshell, 73 St & Collins Av
5PM- 10PM: Food Trucks | 6PM-9PM: Live Music
October 22, Nov 26, Dec 24
Fall in Love with Fido & FelixA Day at the Beach | Episode 6
Spay & Neuter / Need Volunteers
The Meow Mobile comes to Miami Beach to spay and neuter community cats. For an appointment, firstname.lastname@example.org
Feed Them, Don't Litter
Be aware of littering laws. If you are feeding stray animals, food cannot be placed directly on the ground including plants or leaves and sand dunes. Also when using plates, cans or other containers, these objects must be removed immediately. Do not trespass in sand dunes.
Report Contact Code Compliance at 305.673.7555 if you see any dogs off leash; any dogs owners failing to clean after the animal; littering; or any trespassing in sand dunes.
MORE Free Miami Beach Apps for Your SmartphoneReport a Problem, Find & Pay for Parking, Travel, Track the Trolley, and More
New Miami Beach e-Gov app is now available (iPhone & Android). Report issues, contact info, track the trolley, maps, tweet feed and more.
Check out our new online app webpage where you can learn more about new Miami Beach apps: Parkmobile, ParkMe Miami Beach, Miami Beach Information, BeachView, Miami Beach ParksnReview, and Miami Beach FloodApp
Miami Beach ParkMe | TSO Mobile (Trolley)
Recycle, It's Easy & It's the LawStart Recycling Programs Now,
All residential buildings (apartments & condos) and businesses must have recycling programs. It is required by City Code. Contact your waste hauler or other recycling company to initiate a recycling program for your building or business.
Alton Road Project Shifts to West Side
Free Park & Ride Alton/West Loop Trolley
Trolley Ridership over 30,000 a Month
Stay informed on the FDT Alton Road project by bookmarking the project webpage:http://www.fdotmiamidade.com/
More information on Alton & Collins projects:
Call 511 for Live Traffic Reports
For real-time traffic reports, call 511 or go to www.fl511.com or follow @fl511_southeast on Twitter
Check out the city's online GIS Traffic report. Call 511 for up-to-the-minute traffic reports throughout South Florida.
Also, subscribe to weekly Traffic Advisories via email. Click update profile on the bottom of this email and then add yourself to the list.
|Acts of Kindness Coming to North Beach|
Register Now for 5K PARK Fest
|Hurricane Season - Have a Plan & Be Storm Ready!|
June 1 - November 30
By knowing what actions you should take, you greatly reduce the effects of a hurricane disaster. Reminder: Miami Beach is an evacuation zone.
Miami Beach Hurricane Guide >
Miami Beach Plan & Prepare Emergency Management >
National Hurricane Center >
Miami-Dade County Hurricane Center >