The Florida Growth Management Act requires Comprehensive Neighborhood Plans throughout the state to be assessed periodically to determine how the plans are working and what areas need updating. The Evaluation and Appraisal Review (EAR) process is not a revision of the zoning ordinance. Revision of the zoning ordinance was recently completed by the adoption of the Miami 21 Code in October of 2009. This assessment process is known as the EAR and must be completed every 7 years to assess the City’s progress on areas including, but not limited to, Public Works, Capital Improvements, Transportation and Housing. The EAR process allows us to collect valuable information to revise the City’s Comprehensive Neighborhood Plan to better address the City’s needs.
This webpage contains information regarding the Evaluation and Appraisal Review (EAR) 2016 process. It will be updated often as information becomes available during the process.
Upcoming public meetings will be posted here in advance of their meeting time.
The following meetings will be held to seek public input on the updates to the Miami Comprehensive Neighborhood Plan.