The notification process for the Department of Solid Waste Management’s proposed $25 waste fee increase has begun. Official “Notices of Proposed Non-Ad Valorem Assessment” are being mailed to the owners of the 340,000 properties that receive solid waste services and should’ve began to arrive in mailboxes on Thursday, July 20th and will continue until all the letters are finally mailed on July 24, 2017.
The Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County’s Immunization Program is urging parents to check their children’s immunization record to see if they are due for a vaccine. Children entering Kindergarten and 7th grade are normally due for a vaccine
and need to meet the requirements for school entry.
On July 6, 2017, the Miami-Dade County Board of County Commissioners (Board) approved an ordinance on first reading which will increase the Residential Waste Collection Fee for service area customers.
Lanes will be closed the week of July 10th on NW 74 Street from NW 107 Ave to NW 114 Ave to install pavement markings.
Mayor Juan Carlos Bermudez invites residents and members of the community to join the “Step Up Your Health, Doral” Wellness Initiative! Mayor Bermudez kicked off the challenge by undergoing a health screening at West Kendall Baptist Hospital’s Healthy Hub, who along with the Baptist Outpatient services, will serve as clinical partners for the ambitious program.
On June 19th, Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez informed the community of the potential services reduction for solid waste collection and proposing a $19 increase to the Residential Solid Waste Collection Fee in order to keep the current level of services.
Doral Government Center will Close today, July 3rd at 1pm in observance of Independence Day. And will be closed ALL DAY on July 4th.