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Tropical Storm Eta Update
COMMUNITY IMPACT:
  • South Florida is forecast to receive more rain from the outer bands of TS Eta, which made landfall on Florida’s Gulf Coast early Thursday, with some parts of the Miami-Fort Lauderdale metro area looking at the possibility of more than two feet of rain in total from Eta. While most rainfall will not be excessively heavy, most of it will not be able to drain and could worsen ongoing flooding problems. Rain chances will slowly trend down into the weekend.
  • The City of Miramar continues to monitor flooded areas. Please review interactive flood map here.  Water has been receding throughout the community, even with the additional rainfall today.
  • Country Club Ranches (CCR): The water has been receding; however, flooding remains a concern for some of the streets adjacent to canals. The City continues to work with South Broward Drainage District (SBDD) to alleviate flooding issues in this community.
  • Signage is prevalent throughout the community to warn of the dangers of trying to traverse the streets that are submerged. 
  • Broward County Water and Wastewater Services (BCWWS) has advised that there is a Boil Water Notice for twelve (12) service connections experienced an interruption of water service due to a broken four (4) inch water main in the area of 216 SW 67th Way (unincorporated Broward).
  • BCWWS provided all residents with the precautionary boil water notice and it will remain in effect until testing affirms that the water is safe to drink.
  • Senior Food Distribution will follow normal operations tomorrow, Friday, Nov 13th.
  • Miramar Regional Park is expected to reopen tomorrow, Friday Nov, 13th, unless expected inclement weather conditions impact current water levels—rendering the park unsafe to patrons.
  • SBDD continues to pump canals—all pumps are actively in full operation. Residents can expect to see the water levels recede at a very slow, steady pace over the next several days to a week.
Today, 2000 bags of free groceries were distributed to the South Florida Community - thanks to Feeding South Florida and City Staff.
City of Miramar
Virtual Commission Meeting
Monday, November 16, 2020 | 7PM

Review the Virtual Commission Meeting agenda here.
See below instructions on how to participate and access the meeting.
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See what our MCC Chef Randy has cooking at MCC Kids Kids Kitchen Live! Last Month we had a scary good time making spooky treats! Don't miss the next Kids Kids Kitchen Live on November 21st!

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Miramar Regional Skate Park Coming Soon!
Presented by Commissioner Alexandra P. Davis
Hispanic Heritage Month Food Drive
with Commissioner Alexandra P. Davis
Paw Central Dog Park is Open!
For more information visit miramarfl.gov/pawcentral
Limited availability for the elderly, disabled, families with very young children and those with no mode of transportation.

Please call the office of Commissioner Alexandra P. Davis at (954) 602 3155 or email apdavis@miramarfl.gov.