The Biscayne Bay Task Force (BBTF) is made up of nine members who will review relevant data, prior studies and reports related to Biscayne Bay and determine how various issues may affect residents and property owners.
The BBTF will prepare a written report with recommendations to the Mayor and the Board of County Commissioners identifying problem areas, prioritizing projects and providing recommendations regarding state and federal legislation, activities and appropriations.
For questions or requests for public records related to the Biscayne Bay Task Force, call Alexi Manresa at 305-372-6739 or email email@example.com.
The BBTF was created by the Board of County Commissioners on Feb. 5, 2019, through resolution number R-165-19.
Miami-Dade County Biscayne Bay Task Force — Meeting # 13
Monday, January 27
1:30 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Overtown Transit Village, 2nd floor training room
701 NW 1st Court, Miami, FL
The Biscayne Bay EcosystemBiscayne Bay is a dynamic and diverse marine ecosystem and home to two state aquatic preserves - a national park and national marine sanctuary within the Everglades watershed. It is comprised of mangrove shorelines, developed and undeveloped islands, seagrasses, corals and sponges and hundreds of species that in some way depend on the Bay as a habitat and a food source. In addition to being of local, regional and national significance ecologically, Biscayne Bay is a significant economic resource with a thriving tourism industry, recreational and commercial fisheries and countless recreational opportunities along or within the Bay.
Affected over time by hydrological changes, upland development and increased use, Miami-Dade County and its governmental, academic and community partners remain committed to improving the health of this fragile yet resilient ecosystem for current and future generations.