Commissioner Javier D. Souto
Voters in District 10 first elected Javier D. Souto to the Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners in April 1993. District 10 includes portions of Kendall, Westchester, and Fontainebleau.
Find out how your whole family can get health information at your neighborhood library or learn about Commissioner Souto's efforts to improve the lives of District 10's residents at monthly town meetings.
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.
This link takes you directly to an advanced search page for Commission Legislation. You can search by Resolution Number, Title, Date or other fields.
Legislative Information Center
Miami-Dade County's Legislative Information Center provides a variety of information about the county's legislative process.
List of Board of County Commission and Committees Agendas available for viewing from June 18, 1996 to present.
List of Board of County Commission Minutes available for viewing from June 18, 1996 to present.
News & Events
The two-story, 23-unit project, located on County-owned land at 8915 SW 40th St., is expected to open in late May and will include one-bedroom and two-bedroom rental units and studios equipped with LED lights, porcelain tile, patio/balcony and washer/dryer in each unit. The project also will include an elevator and security cameras and will be served by a bus stop in order to provide easy access to public transportation.
Security cameras are being installed at Tropical Park, Kendall Soccer Park, Kendall Indian Hammocks Park, Ruben Dario Park, Francisco Human Rights Park, Concord Park, and Women’s Park. Funding for the cameras is coming from Commissioner Souto’s district budget. The rest of the parks in Commissioner Souto’s district will be added as more money is available.
The Miami-Dade County Commission on Feb. 5 approved a resolution sponsored by Commissioner Javier D. Souto directing the Mayor's administration to recommend policies to control aggressive campaign tacts at voting locations.