Miami-Dade is proud to invest in the Black community

From Florida City to Richmond Heights to Miami Gardens – the Black community in Miami-Dade is a testament to our County’s resilience. Mayor Levine Cava is committed to ensuring that all families have the support they need to thrive and become future ready.

Miami-Dade’s Black residents have played a critical role in both our community’s history and our growth and development. Under the leadership of Mayor Daniella Levine Cava, we’re proud to invest in Black-owned businesses, work to preserve our Black history and architecture, and make major improvements to local infrastructure to ensure equitable outcomes for all.

During Black History Month, Mayor Daniella Levine Cava reports on the following promises kept and progress made to Black Miami-Dade:

  • Assisting Homeowners and Expanding Housing Options
  • Supporting Families and Youth
  • Strengthening Trust & Public Safety
  • Connecting Communities Through Transportation
  • Securing Tech and Environmental Equity for the Black Community
  • Improving Infrastructure in the Black Community
  • Supporting Black Businesses and Black Institutions

Learn more about the progress we’ve made

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