The City Attorney is the chief legal officer of the City under the direction and control of the City Commission; and also acts as legal counsel for City Staff. Among other things, the City Attorney prepares or revises ordinances, is responsible for all litigation; makes recommendations for ordinances, resolutions or other documents or procedures affecting the legal position of the …Read More »
Is the City Attorney’s Office the same office as the State Attorney’s Office?
No. The City Attorney’s Office handles legal matters for the city of Sunny Isles Beach. The Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office handles criminal matters. Call the State Attorney’s Office at 305-547-0100. Address: 1350 N.W. 12 Avenue Miami, FL 33136 Click here for more information.Read More »
Should a document subpoena for City Records be served on the City Attorney’s Office?
No. Document subpoenas should be served on the City Clerk who is the custodian of city records. Please contact the City Clerk’s Office at 305-792-1703.Read More »
Does the City Attorney’s Office provide free legal advice or representation to citizens?
No. The City Attorney’s Office represents and advises the Sunny Isles Beach City Commission, the City Manager, and City staff and departments. If you need legal advice, please contact a private attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, please contact Legal Aid Society of the Dade County Bar Association at 305-579-5733. The City Attorney’s Office cannot recommend a lawyer or …Read More »
Can the City Attorney help me with an issue/dispute with my condo association?
No. Disputes between unit owners and condo associations can be handled by a private attorney. Questions or complaints about your condominium may also be directed towards the Office of the Condominium Ombudsman. Ft. Lauderdale Office: Office of the Condominium Ombudsman 1400 W. Commercial Boulevard Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309 Phone: 954.202.3234 FAX: 954.202.3237 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Click here for more informationRead More »