Average daily water levels are rising along with the oceans. As a result, high tides are reaching higher and extending further inland than in the past. King Tides preview how sea level rise will affect coastal communities. As time goes by, the water level reached now during a King Tide will be the water level […]
The city of North Miami takes seriously the safety of our community. With the war in Israel getting worse, city leaders are working with the Miami-Dade Office Of Emergency Management (OEM) around the clock. Additionally, our Police Chief, Cherise Gause, participated in a statewide call with The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE). The following […]
Short-term home rentals are illegal in North Miami, except for six locations that were grandfathered-in when the city enacted legislation in 2005 (see the list below). Our Police and Code Departments are very diligent in fighting them, but sometimes we’ll need your help. Fines for illegally renting can run in the thousands of dollars, plus […]
The filing deadline for applicants for the District 4 city council seat vacancy has passed. A new council member will come from a list that includes: Beverly Hilton, Nacivre Charles, Daniel Calixte, Emmanuella Fleurimont, La-Shanda West, Marline Monestime, Pierre Frantz Charles, Randy Grice, Roseline Philippe, and Wancito Francius. The District 4 seat became vacant last […]
BREAKING: North Miami City Manager Theresa Therilus has today submitted her letter of resignation. Her last day at city hall will be February 3rd. I’ll post more details as they transpire.
Congratulations to Mayor Alix Desulme who was selected on December 13th to fill the vacant position created by former Mayor Bien-Aime’s recent resignation. Mayor Desulme has been very involved in the North Miami community for decades. I am so excited he was selected. He will work harder than anyone for our city. Also, city election […]