Public Works Department

Mission Statement

The objective of the Public Works Department is to enhance the quality of life for our residents, businesses and visitors by way of management and maintenance of the Village’s physical environment and infrastructure in a safe, effective and aesthetically pleasing environment.

Core Quality-of-Life Enhancement Services:

Contact Information

public works director marlon lobban

Marlon Lobban, PE

Delroy Peters

Meagan Cook

Office Hours

Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Duties & Responsibilities

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The Public Works Department is responsible for all of the Village maintenance, construction, sanitation and engineering.  The Public Works Department ensures that North Bay Village infrastructure provides efficient, safe and environmentally conscious service to the residents and businesses of North Bay Village.

The Public Works Director is responsible for the all administrative activity for the Department such as personnel management, departmental records management, agenda preparation, research, customer service, and all related managerial responsibilities including Capital Improvement Plan Management.

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Garbage/Solid Waste (Food Refuse)

  • Single Family Homes North Bay Island: Weekly on Monday and Thursday
  • Single Family Homes Treasure Island: Weekly on Tuesday and Friday
  • Multi-Family Buildings Treasure Island and Harbor Island: Weekly on Monday, Wednesday and Friday
  • Commercial Establishments: Weekly on Monday, Wednesday and Friday
  • Note: Some large condominium buildings and commercial establishments are picked up 5 to 6 days per week.  Check with your building manager.
  • Resident questions about recycling / missed recyclying services should reach out to Miami Dade County.
    • Residents can call 311 before 5 pm on the day of missed pick up and report.
    • Or visit this link and fill in the request for missed service.

Garden Trash (Leaves, Grass, Shrubbery Trimmings, Tree Limbs, Lawn Care Refuse)

  • Single Family Homes North Bay Island: Weekly, Monday and Friday
  • Single Family Homes Treasure Island: Weekly, Monday and Friday
  • Multi-Family Buildings Treasure Island and Harbor Island: Weekly, Monday and Friday
  • Note: Per Village Code Chapter 94, all garden trash must be placed in a securely bound plastic bag or other containers not to exceed 30 gallons in size. Tree branches, palm fronds and shrubbery shall be cut to a maximum length of three feet and a maximum diameter of four inches. Branches and stumps greater than four inches in diameter shall be cut to a maximum of two feet in any direction. Residents may put out no more than one pile of brush material each collection date, with the pile not to exceed a maximum of 3’×4×5′ in length for a total of 2.2 cubic yards.

Brush in excess of 3’×4’×5′ must be called into Village Hall for the cost. The Customer shall make payment, in advance, for all brush pick-ups that are in excess of 3’×4’×5′. Brush material shall be placed in the front setback on the day of scheduled trash pick-up. Placing of brush material in the front setback more than 24 hours prior to scheduled pick up will be held in violation and fined.

Bulk trash/vegetation shall be placed on the swale for collection no earlier than (24) hours before collection day.

Landscape Trash and Debris

  • All private and commercial landscape service companies shall be responsible for removing all landscape trash and debris after service. Property owner and/or occupant shall be responsible for all trash and debris on the property.
  • NO Hardscape Materials
  • Rocks, sand, dirt, concrete, bricks and building materials shall not be placed in regular collection containers. The producers of such hardscape material will be required to individually contract with the contractor or hauler for disposal of such hardscape materials.

Violations

  • Properties in violation of the above will receive a courtesy warning for the first violation and are subject to a citation for second violation ($200.00).

Bulk Trash - BY APPOINTMENT ONLY (furniture, boxes, white goods)*

Email Public Works at pwdocuments@nbvillage.com for an appointment or call North Bay Village Hall main number (305.756.7171) and ask to be forwarded to extension 55.

Recycling (Electronics, Batteries, Automotive Products, Household Cleaning Products, Fertilizers, Poisons, Paints)**

*No lumber or construction material/debris from remodeling or new construction.

**For more information on noncombustible items and where owner can take these items, visit: https://www8.miamidade.gov/global/solidwaste/recycling.page or call 311.

 Refer to North Bay Village Code Chapter 94 for additional information.

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*This content is provided by Miami Dade County*

Watering is not allowed between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Hand-watering with one hose fitted with an automatic shut-off nozzle is allowed for 10 minutes per day for landscape stress relief and to prevent plant die-off.

Restrictions apply to all users of municipal and county water utilities and wells.

Residents and businesses with an ODD-numbered street address (ending in 1, 3, 5, 7, 9): Lawn watering is permitted on WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS from midnight to 10 a.m. and/or from 4 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.

All other Residents and businesses, to include:

  • EVEN-numbered street addresses (ending in 0, 2, 4, 6, 8)
  • No street address
  • Those with watering needs in both even and odd addresses within the same zones, including multi-family units and Homeowner Associations:

Lawn watering is permitted on THURSDAYS and SUNDAYS from midnight to 10 a.m. and/or from 4 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.

For the most efficient use of water, residents should avoid irrigating during both time periods on the same day, choosing one of two “watering windows” (before 10 a.m. or after 4 p.m.) on their designated irrigation days.

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To report water restriction violations, please call the North Bay Village Police Department, 305-758-2626.  

Exceptions
Although we strongly encourage you to conserve water, restrictions do not apply to:

  • Car and boat washing
  • Pressure cleaning of paved surfaces, decorative fountains and water-based recreation (e.g. swimming pools, water slides)
  • Users of 100 percent reclaimed water
  • Low-volume irrigation, including the use of drop and micro jet systems that apply water directly to plant root zones

Special Cases

Newly planted garden and landscaping: New landscaping can be watered during the corresponding hours listed above every day, except Fridays, for the first 90 days it is installed. Save the receipt with the date of purchase. When unable to water during specific hours, call 305-756-7171to apply for a variance.

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