Check out these Miami Beach resources to help familiarize yourself with flood risk and how the City is supporting different resilience programs in addition to the Private Property Adaptation Program.
Miami Beach has a holistic resilience program to reduce flood risk today and in the future from climate change and sea-level rise projections.
97% of Miami Beach falls within a FEMA Special Flood Hazard Area. Protecting your property is important. We want you to be aware of flood risk, how to reduce your risk, and carry flood insurance.
Seawalls are built to protect areas of human habitation along the coast against tides, waves, and sea-level rise. Learn more about how your property may benefit from a resilient seawall to protect your property from storm surges and tidal flooding.
A “Living Shoreline” is a green infrastructure technique that reinforces and protects the shoreline while protecting, restoring, enhancing, and creating a natural habitat for aquatic plants and wildlife. Find out more about the benefits of a living shoreline and how they’re created.
Miami Beach is home to 90,000 residents and welcomes over 6 million overnight tourists annually. Maintaining the health of local, natural bodies of water is essential to the resilience of our community. Find out about current water quality advisories, and how water quality is sampled.
Fertilizers are added to soil in order to promote plant growth. Fertilizers provide plants, in varying proportions, three major plant nutrients: phosphorous, nitrogen, and potassium. However, excessive or incorrect fertilizer use can have devastating effects on the local environment. Familiarize yourself with proper fertilizer use.