Hello neighbors,

Our Summer months are certainly not what we thought they would be. Socializing with friends and discovering new places have been replaced with staying at home and finding new ways to enjoy the summer while following CDC guidelines. 

However you are spending your summer months, when you are out and about, we are asking you to continue to practice social distancing and wear a face mask.

Your health and safely is important to me. With everyone doing their part, we will get through this together.

Enjoy your Summer!

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

City of Miramar Covid19
Commissioner Colbourne Cares
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
Hurricane Season is here!
Hurricane Season - Preparedness is the Key

Hurricane season began June 1st and lasts through November 30th. Current NOAA predictions suggest that it may be a busier than average seasons, with 13-19 named storms. That's why we recommend that everybody take a second to review our Hurricane Preparedness Guide.

Residents should be prepared for a hurricane throughout the hurricane season, well before a watch or warning is issued.
  • Hurricane Warning: A Hurricane Warning indicates that a hurricane is expected to strike in 24 hours or less.
  • Hurricane Watch: An official warning for a Hurricane Watch indicates the possibility of a hurricane to strike within 24 to 36 hours.
US Census 2020
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. 
Currently the City of Miramar has a 66.7% response rate and we must do better! 

The Census Bureau will send an additional census postcard to households that have not yet responded to the 2020 Census. The postcard is scheduled to arrive between July 22 and July 28, a few weeks before census takers are set to begin visiting those households.
Make Yourself Count!
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
The Broward MPO is a federally-mandated agency that is responsible for making policy on local transportation issues and deciding how to spend federal money on transportation projects within Broward County. The MPO seeks to address overall mobility needs within the county, based on the needs and aspirations of residents, businesses, and visitors.


On June 18, 2020, the Broward County Commission approved unanimously Item #72, Cycle 1 Municipal Surtax Projects, including 97 municipal capital projects in the amount of $65,735,720. 

County’s FAQ for approved municipal surtax projects can be found here.