Public Utilities Commission

Meetings

  • 2nd Wednesday of each month at 6:00 p.m.
  • City Hall Commission Chambers: 17011 NE 19th Avenue, 2nd Floor

Overview

The Public Utilities Commission was established under the provisions of Ordinance 79-20 and is comprised of 7 appointed members, each serving two year terms.

The Public Utilities Commission acts as an advisory body to NMB Water, (formerly known as the Public Utilities Department), its Director, City Manager and City Commission regarding management, control and operation of its water and sewer operations. The Commission is delegated certain additional powers and duties which are specified in the City’s Ordinance.

About NMB Water

Serving over 170,000 water customers in Northern Miami-Dade County, NMB Water is dedicated to managing its natural resources, protecting and preserving the environment for future generations and providing reliable high quality water and related services to its customers. Owned and operated by the City of North Miami Beach, the Department is counseled by the Public Utilities Commission, which acts as an advisory committee to the City's Mayor and Commission regarding decisions on water utility rates, expansions and expenditures.

NMB Water Service Areas 

Select one of the maps to see NMB Water's service areas in northern Miami-Dade County:

Agendas & Minutes

The City of North Miami Beach offers videos on demand, Public Utilities Commission Meetings are archived at this location. 

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval. View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes.

Members

  •     Charles Asarnow, Chairperson
  •     William Dean
  •     Ingrid Forbes, Commission Liaison
  •     Avraham A. Friedman
  •     Michael Joseph
  •     Bruce Lamberto
  •     Jason Pizzo

Additional Information

For more information on this Committee or to apply for membership, please contact the City Clerk's office at 305-787-6001. View the Application for Municipal Appointment to a Board, Committee, or Commission (PDF) here.