Dear Neighbors,
Happy Holidays!
May the spirit of the holidays guide you through the season, and may your time spent be filled with Love, Joy and Peace. 
This holiday season, I will be spending time at home enjoying some Christmas classic favorite movies as I await Christmas Day, when in our Christian tradition, we celebrate the birth of Christ.
However you celebrate the holidays, take safety precautions to ensure that you and everyone around you are safe. Taking care of each other is one way to give a little love at Christmas time.
Merry Christmas!  Feliz Navidad! 
Joyeux Noël!  Happy Kwanzaa!

Vice Mayor Yvette Colbourne
City of Miramar
Office: 954.602.3131 ▪ Cell: 954.560.5161 


Vice Mayor Yvette Colbourne State of the City Video
Upcoming Events and Initiatives
In Case You Missed it
Community Service Award
Thank you "15 de Septiembre for the award recognition for
support to the community"

Community Service Award
Thank you SoFlo Panamanian Association
for the award recognition
The City of Miramar Smart 50 Awards
Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway
for Miramar Residents
New Monument for Falling Officers
Ribbon Cutting and Unveiling Ceremony in front of the Miramar Police Headquarters Ribbon

Meet & Greet Neighbors
Joined Miramar Community Resources Officers on a bike ride through the Sherman Circle area.
Co-sponsor of Miramar Seniors
Florida Senior Dominoes Competitions
Meet & Greet Neighbors
Huntington Park
Meet & Greet Art on the go for Families
Enjoy Lebo's Wishing Garden and "Peace In Our Time Sculpture"
now through March 2022 at the Miramar Cultural Center
Belize Investment and Economic Forum 2021

Forcina Park Re-opens
New soccer Field, bathroom and refurbished basketball Court Ribbon Cutting
Hispanic Heritage Month Celebrations
Hosted Miramar Latin Music Festival
Hispanic Heritage Month Award Recognition
presented to Memorial Miramar Hospital Doctor Aurelio Castrellon

In recognition of Hispanic Heritage and Breast Cancer Awareness Month, at an October Commission meeting, I had the privilege to recognize Memorial Hospital Doctor Aurelio Castrellon for his accomplishments and contribution to our community. Born in Panama, Dr. Castrellon is Board Certified in medical oncology, hematology, and internal medicine. He cares for breast cancer patients at Memorial Cancer Institute. He is actively involved in research and clinical trials to provide patients with access to new drugs. He is making a difference in the lives of his patients and bringing us all closer to a cure. He is also the author of "Finding life in illness" - a brief autobiography directed towards any person whose faith might have become affected due to the influences of this world.
City of Miramar Covid19 Updates
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(Directions to Vizcaya Park: Off Flamingo Road, head west on Honey Hill Drive/NW 202 Street)