On November 6, 2018, Miami Beach voters provided a clear mandate that they want to invest in the future of our City and have faith in their government and its leadership. An overwhelming majority of voters approved the three general obligation ballot items, totaling $439 million.

The three areas that this will address are:

Parks, Recreation Facilities, & Cultural Facilities: $169 million, Neighborhood and Infrastructure: $198 million, Police, Fire, and Public Safety: $72 million

These projects will begin to evolve over the next few months as the City plans to issue the first $150 million of bonds in April. In addition, also approved during the November election, the new Inspector General will assist in ensuring these projects are completed on time and in budget. City staff will work diligently to ensure that all projects are based on the latest engineering and the needs of Miami Beach residents. The Mayor and Commission has also appointed a G.O. Bond oversight committee to oversee the implementation and coordinate the project sequence. Continue to check back frequently for updates and details as we progress!


Check out the interactive map to learn more about where each project is located and what improvements you can look forward to in your neighborhood!


Learn more about general obligation bonds, what you can expect to see in the upcoming months, and how this will affect you as a Miami Beach resident.


How were the bond projects selected?

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