City Government - Your City Officials
The City of North Miami Beach is governed by a commission-manager system of local government that combines the political leadership of elected officials in the form of a mayor and commission, with the managerial experience of an appointed city manager.
In a commission-manager government, commissioners are the leaders and policy makers in the community elected to represent various segments of the community and to concentrate on policy issues that are responsive to citizens' needs and wishes. The manager is appointed by the commission to carry out policy and ensure that the entire community is being served. For more information regarding this style of government visit the Commission-Manager Form of Government: FAQ page from the ICMA website.
Mayor & City Commission
The City of North Miami Beach is governed by an elected mayor and six-member city commission who are responsible for carrying out any lawful purpose for the advancement of the interest, welfare, health, morals, comfort, safety, and convenience of the city and its inhabitants as outlined in the City Charter.
The City Manager is an appointed position responsible for implementing the policies of City Commission by administering the operations of the city and delivery of services to secure, maintain, and improve the quality of life of North Miami Beach citizens.
The City Clerk is an appointed position whose responsibilities include maintaining the city's official records; providing support for the City Commission regarding agenda preparation and coordination; handling and coordinating city elections; posting notices of public meetings and providing information services to the public and city staff, as well as responding to public records requests.
The City Attorney is an appointed position responsible for providing effective legal counsel and representation in all matters affecting the City of North Miami Beach to accomplish the city's goals and objectives.