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- Call the Structural Plans Examiner at 954-602-3208- You may also visit the Building Division counter at: 2200 Civic Center Place, Miramar, FL 33025 Code Compliance Case.
Temporary signs such as grand opening banners and special event signs need a Temporary sign permit.
In addition to zoning requirements, the proposed sign(s) must conform to established design standards (e.g. a master sign plan criteria) and fit well into the architectural character of the building. A freestanding ground monument must be located on a survey and have surrounding landscaping that beautifies its design. sign information online.
Yes, an application for a Tree Removal Permit may be downloaded online.
Supervisor Gene Samuels or Manager Willie Johnson may be contacted via email or by calling 954-602-3183.
Every person who installs, owns, leases, possesses or operates any burglar alarm system within The City of Miramar is required to register the alarm with the Code Compliance Division of the Miramar Police Department, prior to activating the alarm system. Applications can be obtained from the Code Compliance Division at 11765 City Hall Promenade, Miramar, FL 33025 or by calling 954-602-3186. A registration fee of $50 must accompany the alarm registration application.
You may download the alarm registration application and flyer.
You may reach City Manager Kathleen Woods-Richardson at 954‐602‐3123 or you may call 954‐602‐HELP (4357) for concerns or to have your private well tested throughout this process.
The Force Main break occurred on Old Miramar Parkway, adjacent to the canal located at SW 132nd Avenue.
The canal located on SW 132nd Avenue was directly impacted and the canal on SW 130th Avenue was indirectly impacted.
The City Utilities Department notified the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) on September 11, 2017.
The Utilities Department conducted fecal testing of the canal located on SW 132nd Avenue until the fecal counts achieved less than 800 Colonies per 100 ML. The Utilities Department also conducted bacteriological testing on domestic water wells in the general area of the force main break.
The 16-inch force main located along Old Miramar Parkway transmits flow from east Miramar to west Miramar and ultimately to the Wastewater Reclamation Facility. There are numerous subdivisions that manifold into the force main.
The flow eventually goes to the Wastewater Reclamation Facility located at 13900 Pembroke Road.
Residents that wish to have their private ponds tested, can contact the City via the 602-HELP line and staff will meet the property owner and coordinate specific testing of the ponds.
With the property owner’s permission, the city will disinfect the well which will require the system to be offline for a period of 12-hours. After the 12-hour period, the line will be flushed and retested. The test will require a 24-hour period to report the results and to assure the well is disinfected and clear.
The City Utilities Department notified the property owners along the SW 132nd Avenue canal and the property owners along the SW 130th Avenue canal because they were directly impacted by the force main break.
Florida City Gas. The pipeline carries natural gas.
REFUNDS DUE TO CANCELLATIONTickets to cancelled events will be automatically refunded to the credit card used to purchase tickets. If your tickets were purchased with cash at the box office, and you have not been contacted by us yet, please contact the box office with your order number ready. MCC does not give cash refunds, you will receive a check back by mail from the City of Miramar.. If your tickets were purchased through a private vendor, you must receive your refund from the private vendor - MCC cannot provide your refund under any circumstances if the tickets were purchased through a third party other than our ticketing system.
For more information call the box office 954.602-4500.
Applications are available at the child care centers. All forms for each application must be signed by the child’s parent. The legal parents/custodians of the child must register at the child care center.
The Miramarvels Early Childhood Academy implements "Creative Curriculum.” Creative Curriculum is a forward-thinking, comprehensive, research-based, and research-proven curriculum. Our educators use Creative Curriculum to offer developmentally appropriate lessons that support active learning and promote children’s progress in all developmental areas. Teachers are able to honor their creativity while respecting their critical role in making learning exciting and relevant for every child. The curriculum incorporates the latest research and best practices and takes into account the needs of every type of learner. We believe that the best and most powerful way to improve a child's outcome is through effective teaching.
Our teachers infuse STEAM components to the curriculum. STEAM represents the combination of Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Art. STEAM is about encouraging students to build knowledge about the world around them by observing, asking questions, and investigating.
Our vacation policy applies to preschool students only. Each child will be allowed a maximum of 15 days of sick/vacation leave from September 1st through August 31st. A written request for the fee adjustment must be submitted one week prior to the requested vacation dates. Your account must be current and your child must have been attending the program for 12 consecutive weeks to utilize vacation.
Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Day After Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Veterans Day
Holidays that fall on a Saturday are observed on the prior Friday. Holidays that fall on a Sunday are observed on the following Monday.
PARK FACILITIES PROJECTS: Vizcaya Park - Phase III Miramar Regional Park - Phase III Ansin Sports Complex - Phase II / III Amphitheater at Miramar Regional Park Monarch Lakes Park Shirley Branca Park Community Band Shell and Renovations Lakeshore Park Improvements River Run Park Improvements Harbour Lakes Park Police Benevolent Association/Civic Center Park Expansion INFRASTRUCTURE REDEVELOPMENT & IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS: Pembroke Road Overpass Public Informational Signs Traffic Signal - Intersection of Silver Shores Blvd. and Pembroke Rd. Historic Downtown Revitalization Additional Northbound Right-Turn Lane on Dykes Rd at Miramar Parkway Historic Miramar Arts District PUBLIC BUILDINGS PROJECTS: Fire Station 107 Adult Daycare Center Historic Public Safety Complex Fire Rescue Logistics Relocation to Fire Headquarters Fire Station 84 Relocation Vicki Coceano Childcare Facility Replacement In addition, there are other Infrastructure Redevelopment CIP projects managed by Public Utilities and Public Works departments.
Water and Sewer agreement; Water and Sewer Impact Fees; and Fire Department approval.
Call 954.602.3318 or 954.602.3323 or contact Civil Engineer email or Development Engineer email
View the Schedule of Engineering Fees
View the Water and Sewer Impact Fees
The City’s current millage rate is 7.1172.
One mill is the equivalent of $1 of property taxes per $1,000 of taxable value. Taxable value is defined as the assessed value of property minus the amount of any applicable exemptions provided by the Florida Statutes or the Florida Constitution.
The FY 2020 Adopted Budget for all funds totals $324,317,086
The fiscal year 2020 budget includes 1,145 full time equivalent (FTEs). This includes: 1,046 full time, 78 part time, 15 seasonal part time and 6 temporary part time.
The City’s goal is to keep all residents and visitors to Miramar safe and healthy during this pandemic. The mask slows the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) that may be transmitted at essential businesses. For example, if you are an asymptomatic carrier, you may not think that you have contracted the virus and inadvertently pass it along to a family member, friend, children or seniors.
All reports from federal authorities describe our current situation as a pandemic, so we must treat it the same way. There is no need to panic—let’s work together to slow the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus)!
While the City does not wish to determine your everyday wear (as long as it isn’t considered lewd behavior in public), we have determined that it is in the best interest of our community to wear protective gear to slow the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). You may make your mask as trendy as you wish. Others may even follow!
We value your freedom and want you to be around to enjoy it! Remember, you are permitted to leave your home for essential work and errands. You may also leave to exercise and go on walks—as long as you are practicing social distancing guidelines. The restrictions are only to slow down the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and save lives in our community.
Face coverings can be made of materials in your home, such as a handkerchief, bandana, or any kind of fabric that you can double and tie around your head for protection. You don’t have to have a store-bought mask. Click here to learn how to make your own mask from the CDC!
That’s a good one! Just click here to follow simple DIY instructions from the CDC.
Residents are always encouraged to protect themselves, wherever they are; however, covering of the nose and mouth are required in pharmacies, grocery stores, hardware stores, restaurants and for those providing delivery services.
We have launched an education campaign to let everyone know how they are affected. With the community’s, help we can help our visitors be safe while in our city!
Miramar Police Department has been educating businesses on how they can protect themselves, their employees and their customers. They will continue monitor and provide guidance to the public.
Individuals should always consult their health care provider for medical advice. CDC information can also be helpful. You may click on the following link to learn more from the CDC about how to protect yourself.
Many businesses have their own regulations to deal with COVID-19 (coronavirus). A phone call to any essential business before you leave home will help to determine what rules apply, or if they are even open for normal business.
Most events are rain or shine. Please be prepared to bring ponchos and tarps to sit on in the General Admission Seating areas. Due to artist contracts, performances cannot be canceled or postponed due to inclement weather, unless deemed hazardous to the public.
Will call is located at the day of show venue box office, located adjacent to the Amphitheater, and can be picked up beginning 1 hour prior to doors opening.
No, pets are not allowed inside the Amphitheater grounds or inside Miramar Regional Park.
The Miramar Amphitheater offers disabled parking for guests with special needs. The Amphitheater is also equipped with ADA compliant restrooms. ADA seating must be requested at the venue box office and accommodations can be made on site for those patrons. The Amphitheater is on flat ground with paved path ways to and from the parking and seating areas.
Varying on the type of event, ATMs may be present at the Amphitheater. Please have cash on hand as not all events accept credit card.
Varying on the type of event, food may be sold at the Amphitheater.
Varying on the type of event, alcohol may be sold at the Amphitheater.
Typically, doors open 1 hour prior to the event start time. You may park on site as early as 1 hour before doors open.
The Miramar Amphitheater is located right off i75, at 16801 Miramar Parkway, Miramar, FL 33027. Inside Miramar Regional Park.
Typically, children under 3 that do not occupy a seat do not require a ticket, unless specified by the event. Please check with the Venue Box Office or Ticketmaster.
Most events have a no re-entry policy, unless it is a free event.
Small bags, rain coats, blankets, tarps and lawn chairs for General Admission areas are allowed into the Amphitheater. All bags and chairs are subject to search.
Items not allowed into Amp:No outside food or drinks, alcohol, large bags greater than 1’x1’, back packs,book bags, weapons of any kind, laser pointers, selfie sticks, go-pros, pets,coolers, umbrellas, BBQ grills.
Tickets may be purchased via Ticket Master at Ticketmaster.com or by phone at (800) 745-3000. Tickets may also be purchased at the Venue Box office located at 16801 Miramar Parkway. The Venue Box Office phone number is (954) 883-6948
TheVenue Box Office is open Monday through Friday (12:30pm- 6:00pm), except forHolidays, which hours may be reduced or box office may be closed. Please call(954) 883-6948 for more information.
Onsite event parking is available at Miramar Regional Park. Parking fees vary per event and are cash only.
Parking fees vary per event, and are cash only.
Tailgating is not permitted at the venue parking lot. Parking lots open 1 hour prior to doors.
Varying on the type of event, credit cards may be accepted at the Amphitheater.
No, wheel chairs are not provided to patrons. A wheel chair is available to transport patrons to their seats from the main gate, but must be returned immediately after.
Yes, lawn chairs are typically allowed in the General Admission seating area, unless specified by the event.
No, reserved seating under the canopy includes a seat for you to sit in. You do not have to bring a chair if you purchase a reserved seat.
There is a no-refund policy at the Venue, unless the event is cancelled or postponed.
Ticket sales will continue on Ticketmaster throughout the entire event. You may also purchase tickets in the blue building at our ‘day-of’ box office located adjacent to the Amphitheater, 1 hour prior to doors opening.
The Miramar Amphitheater has a no-smoking policy. Smoking must be done off-site.
If a patron requires first aid, please contact the nearest security staff member, usher or paramedic for assistance. Medication is not given or administered to patrons.
lost and found is located at the Amphitheater administration office. If the item has not been recovered, please be prepared to leave your contact information and description of the item and someone will contact you if it is recovered.
You may visit the Miramar Police Department’s Records Unit, during business hours, at 11765 City Hall Promenade. The Miramar Police Department is located ¼ mile west of Palm Avenue on the north side of Miramar Parkway. Get a traffic crash report online.
Background checks for Miramar residents (at least six months of residency) are provided for a minimal cost of $10. For further information, please call 954-602-4300.
The Fleet Maintenance is responsible for all City vehicles. The City's Fleet consists of:
No, you do not need to be a resident of the City to become a member, however some restrictions may apply. Please check with our Community Services specialist for more details.
Do not place Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) or E-Waste (flammables, paint, poisons, motor oil, etc.) inside the cart. The City provides multiple opportunities for residents to properly dispose of household hazardous and electronics waste at no cost. Contact the City of Miramar, Customer Service Response Team (CSRT) at 954-602-4357, for proper disposal information.
For retail leasing, contact:
IMC Equity Group 1
696 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami, FL 33161
For Office Leasing in Town Center Block 4B
IMC EQUITY GROUP
696 N.E. 125th Street
For residential leasing, contact:
Residential LeasingFor Mosaic at Miramar Town Center (367 garden apartments; 120 townhomes):www.mosaicatmiramartowncenterfl.com11575 City Hall PromenadeMiramar, FL 33025954-951-5193
For 17 Residential Units on Block 4A (near 24HR Fitness)IMC Equity GroupRigoberto Ruiz696 N.E. 125th StreetNorth Miami, FL 33161305-893-8002 (Ext. 134)email@example.com
Residential units currently consist of 370 garden apartments and 134 townhomes. Some of the garden apartments are located on the floors above retail/office establishments while others are located in single-use buildings. Up to an additional 400 residential apartments units will be located on the future Block 2 development, which will bring the total residential at Town Center to 904 units.
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If your property is going to be vacant for more than 60 days at a time, you can request for suspend service. The city will disconnect the water source at the meter. Once there is no consumption registered, the sanitation fee will be deducted from your minimum service charge. Once the meter registers water usage, the sanitation fee will be reinstated. There is a $50 service fee for suspending service. To request suspend service you can do it in person at the City Hall or over the phone at 954-602-HELP (4357).
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The Department of Children and Families (DCF) has partnered with different community agencies. The City of Miramar’s Community Services Department currently is one of DCF’s community partners. At the Youth and Family Outreach Center you are able to apply for food stamps, temporary cash, Medicaid and refugee assistance electronically with the help of our courteous staff. For more information regarding eligibility requirements and to schedule an appointment, please call 954-889-2723.
The Community Services Department is able to meet emergency food needs to Miramar residents via our own food bank. Non perishable foods are distributed to Miramar residents with crisis situations. The Miramar Food Bank is also actively accepting donations all year round.
The Farm Share Food Distribution Program provides food for income eligible persons. Farm Share food is distributed every two months. To receive food, persons must pre-register. Registration is not available on the day of food distribution. In order to qualify, individuals must provide household income verification. This is not intended as a primary food source rather it provides supplemental food.
The Community Services Department is able to provide counseling services to City of Miramar residents through our very own Social Worker. Individual counseling and group counseling is available at the senior centers for seniors over the age of 60 and their families. Through our qualified staff and community partnerships, the Community Services Department is able to meet your counseling needs. For more information and to schedule an appointment, please call 954-889-2723.