Hello neighbors,

The US Census door-to-door visits will end September 30. We have a short window to make sure everyone is counted.

Currently, the self-response rate in the City of Miramar is 70.4%. We need all residents to complete the census survey as soon as possible.

The census represents an important opportunity for residents to provide information that dictates the allocation of federal dollars and influences everything from infrastructure investments to education programs like free and reduced lunch to public health-care spending. The data is also used when deciding the boundaries of legislative districts.

People who do not self-report their information are usually visited by a Census Bureau worker.

The Census Bureau strongly encourages the public to respond online at 2020census.gov. Households can respond online or by phone in English or 12 other languages.


For more information, call 844-330-2020 or visit 2020census.gov.



Commissioner Yvette Colbourne
City of Miramar
Tel:954.602.3131 ▪ Cell: 954.560.5161 
#OneMiramar

City of Miramar Covid19
Indian American Heritage Month
City of Miramar Commissioner Yvette Colbourne commemorates Indian American Heritage by presenting a City of Miramar Proclamation to the Indian community.

Sajan Kurian, a leader in the Indian American community accepted the proclamation on behalf of South Florida Indian Community and also received a Community Service Award for his leadership in the Community. Mr. Kurian accepted the accolades at a brief presentation at the Gandhi Square in Davie, Fl.

In 2017, Commisssioner Colbourne sponsored a resolution designating the month of August as Indian American Heritage Month in the City of Miramar. The resolution was unanimously approved by the commission. 
Thank You LGY Enterprises
The City of Miramar today received a donation of 3,000 medical level masks from LGY Enterprises, LLC.

The masks donated include 4 Ply Masks & 3D Masks which have 4 layers- one with melt-blown antibacterial non-woven fabric offering micro filtering up to 99% as well as NUT 95 Respirators which offer 5 layers of protection- 2 with melt-blown antibacterial non-woven fabric also offering micro filtering up to 99%. 

Should you or your business need masks, please contact my office.


Commissioner Colbourne Cares
Commissioner Colbourne is providing FREE masks to Miramar residents!
Call 954-602-3143.
or
Limited availability for the seniors. To be added to the list, please call the office of Commissioner Yvette Colbourne at 954.602.3143 or email ycolbourne@miramarfl.gov
September is Hunger Action Month
This is observed annually by Feeding America. The City of Miramar, Feeding South Florida (“FSF”), and other advocates from around the country are taking action to raise awareness and fight hunger. Now more than ever, we’re asking residents and businesses to “GO ORANGE” in support of Feeding South Florida’s efforts to end hunger in our community. There are many ways that you can raise awareness and show our support for this initiative. Sharing, volunteering, pledging to advocate, fundraising and donating are just a few ideas for taking action this month.

For more information visit Feeding America.
Embracing Our Miramar's Diversity
August 6, 1962
Happy Labor Day
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” ― Mahatma Gandhi

Thank you to all of our amazing hardworking men and women in the city of Miramar who are dedicated to providing service to our community on a daily basis.

Recognizing Women's Voting Rights
On August 26, 1920, the 19th Amendment was ratified and became a part of the US Constitution guaranteeing and protecting women's constitutional right to vote.

The year 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment marking the largest expansion of democracy in the history of our country.

This historic centennial offers an unparalleled opportunity to commemorate a milestone of democracy and to explore its relevance to the issues of equal rights today. 
Grandparents Day
A national day to recognize how special grandparents are to the family. Do something special for your grandparents! A special lunch, brunch, gifts, hugs and kisses. The smallest gesture will surely make them smile.
US Census 2020
Currently the City of Miramar has a 70.4% response rate and I am encouraging the presidents of our HOA’s, and property managers of our Condos & Apartment buildings to allow US Census workers access to their communities.

I urge every Miramar resident to make sure their household responds to the Census online at 2020census.gov. or by phone.

We are counting on you Miramar, so make yourself count.

A complete and accurate 2020 Census count is more important than ever as we continue to see the public health and economic impacts of COVID-19. Federal funding based on Census data is allocated towards hospitals, health clinics, schools, community development projects, and so much more. The Census touches every life, every day. 

Make Yourself Count!
Households May Receive Follow-Up Visits From 2020 Census Takers


With door-to-door visits by census takers now underway, the U.S. Census Bureau is informing households that they may also receive a follow-up visit to ensure everyone is counted in the 2020 Census.

Census takers will continue to wear masks and follow local public health guidelines when they visit your home. All census takers complete a virtual COVID-19 training on social distancing and other health and safety protocols before beginning their work in neighborhoods.

Census takers work between 9am and 9pm, including weekends. If no one is home when the census taker visits, the census taker will leave a notice of their visit with information about how to respond onlineby phone or by mail

Please complete response to your Census online or by phone:
  • 1-844-468-2020 for Spanish
  • 1-844-330-2020 for English
  • 1-844-477-2020 for Haitian Creole