Toolkit

We created the Toolkit to empower Coconut Grove residents who have concerns about the enforcement of the Miami 21 and NCD Codes and to supply them with helpful information. Our tool kit is a work in progress and we welcome input from the community at toolkit@grovewatchgroup.com to add, modify or clarify our tools.

I See A “FOR SALE” Sign On My Street
Be aware of visitors to the property. Engage the realtor or developer in conversation if present. Talk to your neighbors.
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A Home Was SOLD on My Street
Determine who has purchased the property. To do this, follow these steps: http://www.miamidade.gov/propertysearch/#/ Enter property address Click on the Folio
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I Want to See Plans
If you observe a lot where an existing house has been demolished and it looks like someone will be developing
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I Want to See Permits
Inquiring about permits for a particular property can be done in a number of ways 1. If you have a
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I Received a Waiver/Warrant Notice in the Mail What Should I Do?
Abutting neighbors will receive notification via certified mail that an application for approval of a waiver or a warrant has
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I Did Not Receive a Warrant/Waiver Notification
NCD 3 – Section 3.3 – All demolition permits shall require a Waiver and be referred to the Planning Department
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I Want to Appeal the Decision of the Zoning Administrator on a Waiver or Warrant
An appeal of the final decision/determination of the Planning Director must be taken to the Planning, Zoning, and Appeals Board
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Tips for Appealing a Decision At a Planning and Zoning Appeals Board (PZAB) Meeting
This board, comprised of eleven members, one alternate and one school board member, meets on the first and third Wednesday
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Coconut Grove NET Office Information
(Neighborhood Enhancement Team) The Neighborhood Enhancement Team is the first point of contact for zoning violations and the primary link
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I Want to Report Contractor Violations
Examples: Demolition, Concrete Pouring, Cutting Trees, Other Types of Active Construction Permits are needed for construction activity. Some activities that
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I Think They Are Going to Cut Trees Down – Yikes!
Permits are not required for all tree cutting and trimming. Please refer to the following link for accurate information. http://www.miamigov.com/planning/treeprotection.html
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Helpful Online Links
MIAMI 21 and NCD CODE NCD Code http://www.miami21.org/PDFs/Appendix/Miami_21_Appendix_A_May_2015.pdf Miami 21: Miami Zoning Code http://www.miami21.org/final_code_May2015.asp Municipal Code (MuniCode) – Miami Charter
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I Want to Start a Petition
Involving the community by way of a petition is a great way to support your cause when bringing an issue
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