Economic Development Commission


Regular Meetings

  • Once a month
  • City Hall, 17011 NE 19 Avenue
    4th Floor, Room 426
    North Miami Beach, FL 33162


The Economic Development Commission was established under the provisions of Ordinance No. 79-20, 04-8, 09-13, 12-26 on September 4, 1979 to promote quality development and to nurture growth of business throughout the City of North Miami Beach.


The Economic Development Commission shall encourage and promote the development and growth of new and existing businesses within the City; encourage employment of area residents; determine and report to the City Council on the present condition of the local economy; determine and report ways to stimulate business growth and development the City; improve the relationship and to foster a positive and creative liaison between local government and local business in the City; establish and enhance the downtown area of the City, namely, Hanford Boulevard and other areas, as appropriate; interface with neighboring marketing councils and chambers to encourage business opportunities in the City; serve as a voice to the City Council to promote local businesses; and communicate with City residents and neighboring cities regarding current and future business programs, opportunities, and events.


Economic Development Commission consist of a minimum of five (5) but up to fifteen (15) members appointed by the City Commission with a term of two (2) years . All members shall serve without compensation, including the chairperson, vice-chairperson and secretary. 

Committees, How to Join, & Schedules

For more information on this Committee or to apply for membership, please contact the City Clerk's office at 305-787-6001 or view the Application for Economic Development Commission here.