Commissioner Sally A. Heyman
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District 4 is located in the northeastern corner of Miami-Dade County. The boundaries start at the county line and extend south along the oceanfront to Miami Beach. The 13 cities that comprise this district include Golden Beach, Aventura, North Miami Beach, North Miami, Sunny Isles Beach, Surfside, Bal Harbour, Bay Harbor Islands, Biscayne Park, Indian Creek, Miami Beach, Miami Shores and North Bay Village.
Inside District 4
All legislative items sponsored by the Commissioner can be found by following the links presented in this index which shows number and title. Click on the File Number to see the full title, text and legislative history, along with other details, for each item.
News & Events
- North Miami Interim Police Chief Larry Juriga for securing POD distributions.
- Miami-Dade Police Department Major Adrian Cummings for enhanced law enforcement officers.
- City of North Miami Beach for safely evacuating vulnerable residents at nursing home.
Wounded Warriors Solider Ride Send OffTemperatures in the low 40s and we are out in force for the 9th Annual Wounded Warriors Solider Ride. Aventura Marketing Council always creating and facilitating such a special event. So proud of our Vets, the Wounded Warriors and their support team. Hope to be there for the 10th annual ride send off.
The heavy rains that recently impacted Miami-Dade County demonstrate of keeping storm drains clear from debris. Miami-Dade County's Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW), with the assistance of other County Departments and Miami-Dade County Commissioner Sally Heyman, District 4, have launched a public education campaign to remind landscapers and residents that they shouldn't blow grass clippings onto the streets and into the storm drainage system.
Read the press release
The courthouse was constructed from 1925 through 1928, when Model Ts rumbled up Flagler Street and Dade County had a population of under 43,000. Today, our county’s population is more than 2.6 million, and more than 1 million people visit the courthouse annually, including 65,000 citizens called for jury duty, people using the law library and thousands of lawyers, litigants and witnesses.
It is time to face reality and build a properly sized courthouse suited for modern times rather than the times of the Model T.Read the article
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