Hold Miami-Dade County’s Urban Development Boundary Line
Support our friends in the Hold the Line Coalition by telling the County Commission to stand firm on protecting the Everglades from development. For decades, Miami-Dade has protected a boundary line to stop urban sprawl into the Everglades, called the “Urban Development Boundary.” This is one of our best tools to protect this valuable habitat and our drinking water. Yet, on September 9, the majority of the County Commission voted “yes” to move the Urban Development Boundary and allow the addition of an 800-acre development in the Everglades floodplain. Building this project would be a nail in the coffin for plans to bring much-needed fresh water to Biscayne Bay through restoring the Everglades.
The County Commission is voting on this harmful development, again. Take action NOW and tell the Commission to HOLD THE LINE!
Make Your Voice Heard
Let the Board of County Commissioners and Mayor Daniella Levine-Cava know that you want to hold the line on the County’s existing current Urban Development Boundary by rejecting this proposal. Enter your information and push the "send email" button at the bottom of this page.
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