The Agency for Health Care Administration statewide hospital bed capacity dashboard shows Broward County currently has 1,211 individuals hospitalized for COVID-19, up 280 from yesterday, with 18.95% total hospital bed availability , 11.56% Adult ICU availability and 50% Pediatric.
The Broward County dashboard tracking local COVID-19 business complaints notes a County total of 1,588 .

  • Miramar currently has 17 total, 12 warnings/citations issued/outstanding, 3 currently noted as resolved and 2 pending inspection

As the number of COVID-19 cases, positivity rates and hospitalizations continue to rise, due in part to some patrons and businesses not complying with local emergency orders,it has become necessary for Broward County to increase its regulatory efforts and increase penalties for those who violate emergency orders. Broward County’s actions are designed to contain the renewed and rapid spread of the virus, as South Florida remains the state’s epicenter for cases of COVID-19.

Emergency Order 20-21 , issued on July 8th, is an all-inclusive order to clarify previous Emergency Orders. The Order was effective Friday, July 10, 2020.

All businesses that violate local emergency orders will be forced to close for 24 hours after their first citation, with each subsequent citation incurring an additional 72 hours of closure (e.g. 96 hour closure after a second citation, 168 hour closure after a third citation etc).
Broward OESBD Want to Hear Your Good News

The Broward County Office of Economic and Small Business Development (OESBD) invites business owners and entrepreneurs to share stories of success overcoming the challenges of the current business climate. Whatever your good news is, in 200 words or less, the OESBD offers a platform to share it with the Broward business community. Submit here
Learn safety measures for covid-19 from Dr. Todra Anderson-Rhodes, the Chief Medical Officer at Memorial Hospital Miramar.
Watch Miramar Commissioner Yvette Colbourne discussing the 2020 Census on NBC's  6 in the Mix .
Let's make Miramar a 100% Census Response City!
Miramar Park of Commerce Leasing Associate Lauren Pace Named Member of the Year by NAIOP South Florida 
MIRAMAR, Fla. (July 8, 2020) – NAIOP South Florida has named Lauren Pace, a leasing associate for Sunbeam Properties and Development at the Miramar Park of Commerce, “Member of the Year.” The announcement was made during the organization’s virtual Awards of Excellence.  More...
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Stay Safe, Keep Others Safe by Wearing a Facial Covering

The CDC recommends and Broward County Emergency Orders require residents and visitors, unless otherwise exempted, to wear a facial covering in public. The facial covering can be constructed of any material, but should utilize CDC guidelines. Please be sure to discard disposable face masks and gloves in garbage containers – these items are not recyclable.

The Florida Scorecard is a dynamic online tool that identifies and tracks key data that is important to Florida's economy today and in the future.

“As more and more international trade shows switch to an online platform, Florida companies can continue to make global connections and grow their businesses here at home.”

"We are going to help a lot of small Florida businesses put their quality-made products and parts into the North American marketplace, despite the roadblocks that the COVID-19 pandemic created for them."
Surtax Funded Projects Will Help Stimulate Local Economy

At the June 18th Broward County Commission meeting, the Board approved funding for FY2020 County Public Works projects in the amount of $24.5 million, and the very first cycle of municipal projects. The action allows for 97 municipal-requested capital projects in the amount of $65.7 million and 40 municipal-requested rehabilitation and maintenance projects in the amount of $55.5 million, for a total of $121.2 million in municipal projects.

These transportation surtax funded projects will help stimulate the local economy and mitigate impacts of COVID-19. This entails building a foundation through mobility advancement and the creation of direct, indirect and induced jobs. Keeping these revenues local by  investing in small businesses  and countywide and municipal projects is the goal. More...
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Planning Resources
With the reopening of the EIDL assistance and EIDL Advance loan application portal to all new applicants, additional small businesses and non-profits will be able to receive these long-term, low interest loans and emergency grants. These loans can be used to pay debts, payroll, and more! You can request, an EIDL Advance, up to $10,000 ($1,000 per employee), which is 100% forgivable.
The Resuming Business Toolkit is designed to assist employers in slowing the spread of COVID-19 and lowering the impact in their workplace when reintegrating employees. Tet Link
The City of Miramar Economic Business and Development Department is available to assist Miramar businesses with Covid-19 business recovery, reopening and general business information at 954-602-3267 or by email .

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