Miami Beach is strengthening its ability to adjust to different and fluctuating conditions
This city has taken on a leadership role in establishing effective long and short terms infrastructure solutions to address climate change and sea level rise.Learn more
Green infrastructure is the concept of incorporating both the natural environment and engineered elements into a wide array of functions or projects.Learn more
To ensure that water quality standards are met, the City of Miami Beach applies a multi-faceted strategy. One of the most important components is the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit program.
Seawalls are built to protect areas of human habitation along the coast against tides, waves, and sea level rise. Of the 63 miles of seawalls in Miami Beach, only three miles are publicly owned. This means that most of the responsibility for replacing seawalls falls on the private homeowner.Learn more
Read the city’s action plan that outlines projects and initiatives specifically tailored to Miami Beach’s strengths and vulnerabilities.
It takes over 100 years for plastic to disintegrate. Learn why and how we're combating single-use plastic.
93% of Miami Beach is considered to be in a flood risk area. Find out where your property stands.
This GIS-based tool translates technical terms and measurements for the street elevation portion of infrastructure improvements.
Learn about ULI's independent report on the city's ongoing resiliency efforts and stormwater management program.