Miami Parking Authority is proud to sponsor the fifth annual Park Your Art program in Wynwood where emerging and established artists convert the parking machines into pieces of artwork. This year’s theme was: “Mobility in Miami in the Next Decade.”
The seven winners of the fifth edition of Wynwood’s Park-Your-Art contest will get their creative juices flowing to turn parking machines into pieces of art on Saturday, November 10, 2018, when they will paint their artwork live before the public. The winners will each be assigned one parking machine in… Read more »
PUBLIC NOTICE The Department of Off-Street Parking for the City of Miami d/b/a Miami Parking Authority, (“MPA” or the “Authority”) is soliciting proposals for Bank Loan Services. The RFP is available in the MPA web page and it contains information related to the scope of work, submission requirements and evaluation… Read more »
Q&As_Correction Q&As RFP 19-01_Public_Notice RFP_19-01_Janitorial_Svces. Event Date Time Advertisement Date 24 October 2018 N/A Due Date, Letter of Intent to Respond 29 October 2018 4:00 P.M. Site Visit 31 October 2018 10:00 A.M. Due Date, Submission of Written Questions 05 November 2018 4:30 P.M. Questions & Answers Publicly Available 09… Read more »
In anticipation of the fourth annual Park Your Art contest, we will feature one 2017 winning artist a week, now through November 10, 2018. Meet Hermes Berrio. “My work is a process of investigating urban elements, working with materials, creating forms and compositions, and the artistic process of creator to viewer,” states… Read more »
As the countdown to Park Your Art 2018 continues, we continue our highlight of last year’s winning artists. This is Arturo Borges, and you can find his artwork on the parking meter on NW 3rd Avenue between NW 27th and NW 28th Streets. If you spot it, be sure to… Read more »
The Miami Parking Authority board member Jami Reyes, CEO Art Noriega, COO Alex Argudin, and members of the senior management staff visited the Lotus House and presented them with a check for back-to-school uniforms for the children who are in the shelter.
Trees are a vital part any urban infrastructure, as much as other municipal facilities and the Miami Parking Authority strives to preserve and protect these public assets, as part of its Grove Bay development project. These images illustrate the transplantation of royal palms from Grove Bay to Regatta Park.
The Business of Public-Private Partnerships in Miami Blog post by Art Noriega, Chief Executive Officer, Miami Parking Authority Today, I had the pleasure of joining a group distinguished panelists during the Invest: Miami 2018 conference held at the Hyatt Regency in downtown. Our panel was tasked with distilling the uses… Read more »