Miami-Dade County residents: We need your help.

The 800-acre South Dade Logistics & Technology District application will come before Miami-Dade County Commissioners for a vote on May 19, 2022. Industrial development is not appropriate on this land, which is designated Coastal High Hazard Area, considered among the least-suitable for development in Miami-Dade.

There are a few things you can do to help us take action today:

1. Use the button below to contact your County Commissioners with a pre-formatted letter. Tell them to vote NO on the District 8 Application for the South Dade Logistics and Technology District.

2. Attend the County Commission meeting, Thursday, May 19, at 9 a.m., where the project will receive a final vote. This meeting will be held at the Stephen P. Clark Government Center, 111 NW 1st St, Miami, FL, 33128. Join us in person to demand commissioners vote NO on this project, which goes completely against the county’s principles of smart growth and development and the progress we’ve made to protect and restore Biscayne Bay.

3. Take the  Pledge to Hold the Line! Join the Coalition to protect the Urban Development Boundary.

For more information on the project see Hold the Line’s expert analysis at the Coalition website.