Creating a more livable and sustainable Coral Gables
Provide a safe multi-modal transportation network that provides job accessibility without jeopardizing the high quality of life that exists in surrounding neighborhoods and implement services and programs that meet the needs of today without compromising the ability to meet the needs of tomorrow.
The Sustainable Public Infrastructure Division is composed of the City’s transportation planning & engineering, sustainability and facilities groups who are responsible for the development and implementation of strategic and comprehensive, long-term multi-modal transportation plan and sustainability plan for the City of Coral Gables. The Division coordinates assigned activities with other departmental divisions, City departments and outside agencies.
Our Facilities Section aims to provide "best in class" support- ensuring clean, comfortable, safe, and effective facilities are provided to meet the needs of the City of Coral Gables Residents and Guests and the professional staff and support systems that serve them.
The Section coordinates the Public Works development review process internally and externally and insures that development projects incorporate sustainable development features. The Division administers a Transportation Concurrency Management System to evaluate redevelopment impact to the transportation network as well as develops a balanced multi-modal network for all users.
Advocacy for programs, policies, and actions by government, citizen, businesses, and institutions that improve the long-term environmental, social, and economic viability of Coral Gables is also a key function of the Section.
Right-of-Way Permits and Inspections: 305-460-5025
City of Coral Gables
Public Works Department
2800 S.W. 72nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33155
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Closed holidays and weekends