The safety of our community is a top priority; therefore, the City of Aventura is making sure that the structural integrity of the building properties in Aventura are in accordance with the 40-year and 50-year certifications as governed by-Miami Dade County with the Enhanced Building Safety Inspections Program.
Specific issues/concerns within your own building are to be addressed with your property manager and board members.
If you believe any issue poses a life/safety issue, we ask that you call and report it to the City. You can do so by emailing photos or videos as well as a written description to the Community Development Department.
The engineering reports available at the link below are being added as they are received as of August 1, 2021. Building recertification documents received prior to that date are maintained by the City’s Building Division and will be added to the online document center systematically over time. If you have questions regarding the status of your building, please contact the Community Development Department.
In an effort to protect public safety, the City of Aventura has passed an ordinance requiring all residential building associations to share structural engineering and life-safety reports with the City. Read on...
In response to the partial building collapse in Surfside, the City of Aventura Building and Code Compliance Divisions have initiated a proactive inspection process as requested by Miami-Dade County. Read on...
The safety of our community is a top priority; therefore, the City is making sure that the structural integrity of the building properties in Aventura is in accordance with the 40-year and 50-year certifications as governed by-Miami Dade County. Read on...
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