A group of youth volunteers join North Miami’s Paint It Proud day, side by side with the new Clean City Task Force.
PAINT IT PROUD is presented by the City of North Miami and its new Clean City Task Force, formed to improve the overall quality of life for North Miami residents and visitors by focusing awareness and enforcement on public nuisances and blight. The task force is a part of the Keep North Miami Beautiful initiative to manage the overall beautification of the City, which boasts a multi-cultural population of 62,000 residents. The City enjoys a burgeoning Downtown area with plans for several multi-million-dollar commercial real estate initiatives. Citizens are encouraged to be “Agents of Clean” and become part of the solution by reporting excessive littering or improperly discarded waste they may encounter.
North Miami Public Information Officer Kassandra Timothe with 91-year-old North Miami resident Mr. Kent, who received the beatification of his home by a swarm of volunteers and the Clean City Task Force
The CLEAN CITY TASK FORCE has identified and is addressing specific issues:
Unsafe, abandoned, unkempt, derelict and dilapidated buildings and properties.
Derelict phone booths
Illegal Dumping and Garbage
Through the collective oversight of various municipal departments including Police, the CRA, Code Enforcement, Parks and Re-creation, Building Department, Public Works, the City Attorney’s office, The Clean City Task Force is working to ensure the City of North Miami continues to improve their beautiful City, neighborhood by neighborhood, block by block. For more information on The Clean City Task Force visit www.northmiamifl.gov
North Miami’s Clean City Task Force youth volunteer gets community hours while helping to beautify the house of an elderly resident during the city’s Paint it Proud city initiative powered by the Clean City Task Force