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The City of Coral Gables: A Model of Inclusion  

The City of Coral Gables firmly believes in including everyone in our recreational, sporting and social activities, regardless of their physical or cognitive condition. This thinking makes Coral Gables a stronger community. This video describes our journey after adopting the "Principles of Inclusion" three years ago. Coral Gables is proud of its inclusion program, which continues today to help many families and is now a model for other cities. Watch here  this incredible video.
25 mph
Speed Limit is 25mph on Residential Streets

Coral Gables has completed the installation of new signs to remind drivers the new speed limit on all City residential streets is 25 miles per hour. Please obey the speed limit in order to make our streets safer for everyone. Coral Gables joins the likes of New York City, Paris, Milan and other cities in lowering the speed limit to decrease the frequency and severity of traffic injuries. To show support for this effort, residents can request, for free, a "I Drive the Limit" car magnet, by pledging to follow the rules of the road. Expect traffic safety enforcement in residential streets. Read more...
Town Hall meeting with Lago
Commissioner Vince Lago Invites You to Town Hall Meeting

Coral Gables City Commissioner Vince Lago invites you to a Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, June 14, 6-8 p.m. at the Adult Activity Center, 2 Andalusia Avenue. Special guest speaker is Miami-Dade County Commissioner Xavier Suarez. Read more...
A Must See: Venice in the Gables Art Posts

They're stunning and in full display. We invite you to admire the 33 Venetian mooring posts currently on exhibit this summer throughout downtown, including Miracle Mile and Giralda Plaza, as part the of the City's Venice in the Gables community art initiative. The project was unveiled on May 18 with a reception at the Coral Gables Museum coinciding with International Museum Day and in support of the GMCVB's Miami Museum Month. Watch the video here.
Around Town

Preparing to be #GablesStrong

Hurricane season is two days away. Are you ready for the arrival of a storm? The City of Coral Gables has prepared this special production of "Weathering the Storm" to make sure you are prepared  before, during and after a storm. Watch the video here.
Culinary Month
June is Coral Gables Culinary Month

This June, the Business Improvement District (BID) of Coral Gables will be dishing out a forkful of flavor with its first-ever Coral Gables Culinary Month, celebrating 30 days of exclusive events, promotions and chef demonstrations in Downtown Coral Gables. In addition to this, from June 4-24, restaurants will serve three-course, prix fixe menus at discounted prices. With savings of at least 20% off, menu prices will range from $13 to $48 per person - giving customers the flexibility to find the right restaurants for their taste buds and budget.  Read more...
Royal Poinciana
You're Invited to Royal Poinciana Fiesta

The City of Coral Gables, the Tropical Flowering Tree Society and the City of Coral Gables Landscape Beautification Advisory Board invite you to the Royal Poinciana Fiesta. A workshop for Homeowners on Royal Poinciana Planting and Caring for Trees takes place on Thursday, June 7, 10 a.m. at the Troop 7 Scout Cabin "Scout Hut", 1107 South Greenway Drive. Guest speaker is University of Miami's Gifford Arboretum Director Stephen Pearson. The event is free and open to the public. Other activities are also planned. Read more...
Panel gender in early years
Play at GableStage
Panel: Gender in Early Years
Friday, June 8, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Early Learning Coalition
2555 Ponce de Leon, Ste. 500
Play: I'm Going to Pray for You 
June 9 - July 8, 2018
1200 Anastasia Avenue. 
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Traffic Update

Allow extra time to reach your destination and obey all posted signs and speed limits.

FDOT is doing a roadway project along Bird Road from SW 58 Avenue to Alhambra Circle until May. This will require to periodically close travel lanes.
FDOT is doing roadway construction along LeJeune Road from Almeria Avenue to Majorca Avenue until June. This will require to periodically close travel lanes. 
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