Hello neighbors,


I’d like to begin by recognizing Father’s Day, as an opportunity to tell all dads how much we appreciate him. New dads, old dads, granddads, dads-in-law, stepdads, serious dads, goofball dads…I know there are many fatherly types in our community, and without a doubt, there are at least that many reasons to honor them on Father’s Day.

Thank you for all that you do for your family and I sincerely hope that you enjoy your day.

Commissioner Yvette Colbourne
City of Miramar
Tel:954.602.3131 ▪ Cell: 954.560.5161 
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Senior Graduations
Congratulations to the graduating Senior Class of 2020!

Miramar High School
City of Miramar Covid19
Commissioner Colbourne Cares
Caribbean Heritage Month
June is Caribbean Heritage Month and I'm recognizing the beauty and diversity of Caribbean Americans in our community.

Juneteenth
On June 19, 1865, Union soldiers arrived in Texas with news that the Civil War had ended and enslaved people were now free – more than two years after President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation, which had become official Jan. 1, 1863.

This day, where the last of African Americans slaves were liberated is known nationally as Juneteenth. Happy Juneteenth City of Mirarmar!
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