Miami Moving Resources
Moving to Miami? Check Out These All My Sons Miami Moving Resources!
Miami is a great vacation destination, and an even better place to live, work and play. Your professional Miami movers at All My Sons Moving & Storage hope this list of moving resources will help plan your move to Miami.
The City of Miami welcomes new residents and businesses to Miami-Dade County. This official website is full of information for new and established citizens. Print a map for easy commuting around the city, or take advantage of 311, Miami’s information hotline. For all other inquires about moving to Miami, contact your friendly movers in Miami!
Miami Downton Development Authority
Cut to the chase and get to the heart of Miami with information from the Downtown Development Authority. The website has area maps and information on living, shopping, and working in Miami’s economic headquarters. Your Miami movers recommend the Development Project Interactive Search tool, which tracks the progress of new residential and commercial developments in each downtown district.
Dade County Schools
Visit the Miami-Dade County Public Schools website for enrollment and registration information, school board member biographies, and much more on the nation’s fourth largest public school system. The district serves over 337,000 students of all ages in 415 separate institutions. Ask your movers in Miami for information on your neighborhood schools.
The Miami Herald serves a readership of 827,500 residents in Miami, Miami Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and surrounding areas. Its internet counterpart, MiamiHerald.com, boasts 2.3 million unique visitors each month. The Miami Herald is the city’s leader in print news and a favorite read for movers at your local moving company, All My Sons.
With all of the excitement happening in Miami each day, you’ll need a little help to organize your packed leisure time. Enter Miami.com, an online guide to dining, shopping, nightlife, attractions in partnership with The Miami Herald. Log on and get connected after your move to Miami!