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Project info

Size1,897 sq miles

Miami-Dade County achieved LEED GOLD certification for implementing practical, measurable strategies and solutions aimed at improving sustainability and the standard of living for residents.

“As a community uniquely vulnerable to climate change, we are working aggressively to build a more resilient Miami-Dade and lessen our contributions to global warming,” said Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava. "We’re proud to be recognized as a LEED Gold certified community – affirmation that we’re setting the example for a low-carbon and resilient future while increasing quality of life for our residents.”

Certification Type: LEED v4.1 for Cities: Existing

Level: Gold

Points: 6

Certification Date: October 15, 2021

Scorecard and Case Study

Learn more by viewing Miami-Dade County's certification details here.