The goal of the City of Miami Beach is to have all roads reach 3.7' NAVD88 to deal with flooding issues. Some roads are already this high, or higher. Some are lower and require elevation. The 3.7' NAVD88 standard is based on minimizing potential flooding associated with tides, rainfall, and sea level rise, to around the year 2055. This estimate is based on engineering models and the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact Unified Sea Level Rise Projection.
A competitive grant for residential and commercial property owners in Miami Beach.
Read the city’s action plans that outline 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.
The City of Miami Beach is committed to innovation and learning as we address climate resilience and the co-benefits for our quality of life
Learn about city's efforts to maintain and protect the pristine conditions of our waterways.