Thursday, July 7, 2022 -9:30 AM
Government Center – 111 NW 1st Street Commission Chambers – Miami, FL 33128
The City of Miami Springs has filed an annexation (boundary change) application to make the unincorporated area depicted on the map a part of the City of Miami Springs. As required by Section 20-6 of the Miami-Dade County Code, this notice is to inform you that a public hearing on the application is scheduled for Thursday, July 7, 2022, at 9:30 AM before the Miami-Dade County Board of County Commissioners at the address shown above. The County Code requires written notification to all property owners within the boundaries of the proposed annexation area and 600 feet thereof. You are welcome to attend and participate in the public hearing.
This proposed annexation area is within the following outermost boundaries: on the south by NW 36th Street, on the west by State Road 826, on the north by the NW 7 4th Street Connector, and on the east by the City’s current western boundary theoretical NW 67th Avenue and the FEC Tracts to the west of the City’s boundary . In general, the municipal type services currently provided by the County in the proposed annexation area are local police, public works, code enforcement and building services.
If the annexation is approved, the City of Miami Springs may provide these services. The current municipal millage rate for the proposed annexation area is the adopted FY 2021-22 unincorporated millage rate of 1.9283. If the annexation area were part of the City of Miami Springs, the adopted FY 2021-22 millage rate of 7.2095 would be applied, an increase of 5.2812 mills, and the average property owners within the annexation area would pay an additional $6,433 in municipal taxes.
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