A coastal community
Miami Beach is a coastal community. Our sunkissed island is surrounded by the beautiful waters of the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay.
Water Conservation is the most cost-effective way to reduce our demand for water and energy. Small changes in everyday activities can add up to huge savings.Learn more
Energy conservation is the practice of reducing your energy use in order to decrease your carbon footprint and lower your bills.Learn more
Miami Beach, like much of Miami-Dade County, lies close to sea level and its underground water supply is just below the ground surface. Therefore, major rain events and King-Tides sometimes leave rainwater nowhere to drain, causing occasional flooding.
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 how you can protect your property.
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.