Commissioner Raquel A. Regalado

Raquel Regalado is the first Miami-born Hispanic woman elected to the Miami-Dade County Commission. Her entire career reflects a deep commitment to the people and issues that make Miami a place like no other.

As a community leader, she is most known for her strong advocacy for disabled children and adults, housing, seniors, fixing school facilities and transportation.
About Commissioner Regalado
Commissioner Raquel A. Regalado

Inside District 7

County Services Garbage Pickup

Learn your parks, garbage and recycling pickup days, school boundaries, voting precincts and much more.

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Map of District 7 Boundaries

See our district boundaries and local office, libraries, police and fire stations.

District 7 Map
Chambers BCC Meeting

Live and archived Commission meetings available now on our Webcasting system.

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Homeowner Associations

Read the list of Homeowner Associations in District 7.

Homeowner Associations

Legislation

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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.

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This link takes you directly to an advanced search page for Commission Legislation. You can search by Resolution Number, Title, Date or other fields.

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Miami-Dade County's Legislative Information Center provides a variety of information about the County's legislative process.

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See the list of Board of County Commission and Committees Agendas available for viewing from June 18, 1996 to present.

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See the list of Board of County Commission Minutes available for viewing from June 18, 1996 to present.

News & Events

Commissioner Regalado Successfully Champions Funding for Greenways

Greenways are linear trails that connect other parks and public places throughout Miami-Dade County by way of canals, railroads, highways, easements and open spaces and provide opportunities for walking, bicycling and other activities. The change permits funding for greenways as connective infrastructure in unincorporated areas.

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