Dear Neighbors, 

A lot has happened in a short space of time. My office has gone from planning a Women’s History month celebration, a Census Day kickoff and community meetings to the realization that we are on the verge of a Corona virus health crisis like we have never seen before. A crisis we must prepare for and protect ourselves, family, and our neighbors.

Like you, I am learning each day from healthcare professionals on how to live with this virus in our midst. I am taking recommendations from the Center for Disease Control and I urge you to follow as well. 

As the city continues to follow CDC guidelines and postpone events and services, please know that my staff and I are readily available to receive your calls. If we can provide you additional information on city services, please call 954-602-3131 or 954-602-3143.

Please visit our website and stay tuned to your local media for the most up to date news.

Here are some links to help keep you informed:





In closing, we are in uncharted waters. Let’s act upon the best available information, remain faithful and optimistic that we will overcome this virus.

I pray God’s grace and blessing upon the City of Miramar, the United States of America and all of mankind.

Yvette Colbourne
ycolbourne@miramarfl.gov
954-602-3143
954-560-5161


Presidential Preference Primary
Election Day is tomorrow, Tuesday, March 17, 2020


Please stay informed as there are daily updates and developments with the Coronavirus.
The City of Miramar is doing its part in
providing much needed resources.
Due to the unforeseen events with the Coronavirus
and the need to keep our community safe,
the following events have been
postponed and canceled, respectively.
Please standby for the new date
once we get through this challenging
time for one and all.