The City Clerk organizes and oversees all elections within the City of South Miami.
Any citizen who is a qualified elector and a resident of the City of South Miami, Florida, for at least one (1) year preceding the date of filing may be a candidate for the office of City Commission.
Although the City Clerk organizes and oversees all elections taking place within the City of South Miami, the Miami-Dade County Elections Department is in charge of printing ballots, providing voting equipment and monitors, and tallying voting results. These and other County Elections responsibilities are detailed here.
CITY OF SOUTH MIAMI SPECIAL ELECTION: TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 2018
PLEASE NOTE: THE VOTING FOR THIS SPECIAL ELECTION WILL BE AT YOUR DESIGNATED PRECINCT/POLLING PLACE NOT AT CITY HALL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Special Election for the City of South Miami will be held on Tuesday, August 28, 2018, in conjunction with Miami-Dade County’s Primary Election.
The following question will appear on the ballot:
Establishment of 4/5 majority Commission voting requirements for all land use/development regulations in certain areas.
Shall Charter Article II, section 6.D.1. (requiring unanimous voting for some land use and development regulations) be amended to enable the City Commission by 4/5 majority vote to change land use and development regulations in certain commercial, industrial, and mixed-use areas near the South Miami Metrorail Station, the “Commercial Core” as further described in Resolution 058-18-15091.