Arts & Culture

Greater Miami has invested heavily in growing its artistic and cultural landscape.

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Civic Engagement

Civic participation shows a community’s willingness to address the unmet needs of its residents.

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Economy

Miami’s economy has recovered faster than most other cities across the US.

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Education

Miami-Dade’s education system has made incredible strides.

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Environment & Public Space

Our natural environment is one of Miami’s most treasured assets.

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Health & Safety

Miami’s quality of life depends heavily on the well-being and safety of its residents.

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Housing & Affordability

The economic stability of Miamians is a major factor in how comfortably they can live here.

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Transportation

Transportation and urban mobility are key to a growing metropolis like Miami.

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Blog & News

  • Published by

    The Miami Foundation

    August 31
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    Miami gets their groove on with Challenge-winning dance party

    GrooveMiami is a 2015 Public Space Challenge winner. The team of three set out to create a community-wide dance party. See how they got Miamians on their feet.  What would happen if you invited the entire community to one huge dance party, at a park, and for all ages and dance styles? That’s exactly what […]

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    The Miami Foundation

    August 2
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    How a 2015 Public Space Challenge winner used disc golf to connect Homestead residents

    David Hazim is a 2015 Public Space Challenge winner. A disc golf enthusiast, he wanted to bring a course to his Homestead neighborhood. David recently shared his story with us about how he used his grant to make the idea happen.  Imagine regular golf but with Frisbees. Instead of putting a ball into a hole, […]

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    Stuart Kennedy

    June 2
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    Finalists Announced! Miamians reimagine parks, neighborhoods in 2016 Public Space Challenge

    Change is happening in Miami’s parks, plazas and open spaces. You can skate at a new skate park in what was once an empty lot under I-95 at NW Third Avenue and NW First Street. You can stay hydrated and reduce waste at Margaret Pace Park’s newly installed water bottle refill station and water fountain. […]

About Our Project

WHAT IS THE OUR MIAMI REPORT?

The Our Miami Report is a snapshot of our city’s quality of life indicators. It combines secondary research in eight issue areas key to Miami’s vitality, showing our greatest challenges and opportunities. The Miami Foundation, along with experts and advisors, compiles the report every two years to serve as a data-focused picture of Miami’s quality of life, a roadmap to drive community impact initiatives, and ultimately, a collective vision for our future.

Check back on October 16 to see the updated 2016 Our Miami Report.