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Lets cover off Miramar first. Miramar is a city in Broward County, Florida, United States. The city was named after a town in Cuba. As of 2004, the population estimated by the U.S. Census Bureau is 101,486. It is home to the broadcast facilities of WTVJ, the local NBC affiliate, and of Spirit Airlines.

As of 2007, the population estimated by the U.S. Census Bureau is 108,240. It is part of the South Florida metropolitan area, which is home to 5,463,857 people.

The city’s official motto is “Beauty and Progress,” updated from the earlier-used “The Center of Everything”

The City of Miramar was incorporated May 26, 1955. At the time of incorporation, the City had a population of less than two hundred people. With approximately 2.9 square miles land area, Miramar’s original city boundaries were: S.W. 64th Avenue on the east, University Drive on the West the Dade County Line on the south – Pembroke Road on the north On June 20th, 1955, the City’s first Mayor and City council were sworn in, all of which were appointed by the Governor.

Miramar, FloridaAccording to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 31.0 square miles (80 km2). 29.5 square miles (76 km2) of it is land and 1.5 square miles (4 km2) of it (4.84%) is water.

Miramar loosely translates from Spanish as “sea view” or “sea sight,” though it is not located directly on the Atlantic Ocean. The city is bordered by the following municipalities:

To the north: Pembroke Pines

To the northeast: Hollywood

To the east: West Park

To the south: Miami-Dade County

Things to Do in and Near Miramar

Miramar has 22 neighborhood parks and 5 community parks within its boundaries. Also in town is the Miramar Civic Center, site of yearly events such as September’s Caribe Fest and October’s Halloween Masquerade Dance. Presently under construction in Miramar is a Town Center which is expected to house a new City Hall and public library, with retail and residential components included in a park-like setting with waterfront views. This complex will include the Miramar Cultural Arts Center, a venue for artists, teachers and students to perform, rehearse and exhibit.

September's Caribe Fest Miramar, FL

Broward County is rich in attractions and places of interest. Among its historical sites are Stranahan House, Broward’s first trading post, and Bonnet House, an historic home and garden near Fort Lauderdale beach. Other points of interest in the county include the following:

  • Art and Culture Center of Hollywood
  • International Game Fish Association Hall of Fame & Museum
  • International Swimming Hall of Fame
  • Museum of Art
  • Museum of Discovery and Science
  • Old Davie School Historical Museum
  • Old Fort Lauderdale Village & Museum
  • Young at Art Children’s Museum

Florida Panthers HockeyBroward County sports fans have a state-of-the-art facility in Sunrise’s BankAtlantic Center, home of the National Hockey League’s Florida Panthers. The training camp for the National Football League’s Miami Dolphins is also located in the county (in the city of Davie), and baseball fans who visit in the spring can catch Grapefruit League action in Fort Lauderdale, the Spring Training site of MLB’s Baltimore Orioles.

A half-hour drive south will bring visitors to the city of Miami, where more major league sports action can be found. The Dolphins play their NFL home games at Dolphin Stadium, which is also the home of Major League Baseball’s Florida Marlins. Basketball fans can watch NBA games played by the Miami Heat at the American Airlines Arena, located in the city’s downtown area.

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at the NBC Channel 6 StudioMiramar, FL Miramar is a part of the MiamiFort LauderdaleHollywood media market, which is the twelfth largest radio market and the seventeenth largest television market in the United States. Its primary daily newspapers are the South Florida-Sun Sentinel and The Miami Herald, and their Spanish-language counterparts El Sentinel and El Nuevo Herald.

WTVJ, the Miami area’s NBC owned and operated station and WSCV, the Telemundo station also owned by NBC shares their studios and administrative offices in Miramar.


Spirit Airlines is headquartered in Miramar. The airline moved to Miramar from Eastpointe, Michigan in November 1999.

spirit airlines  Miramar, FloridaThe City of Miramar is located at the geographical center of corporate and business development in South Florida. Miramar offers the very best of Broward and Miami-Dade Counties to business and industry. Within the City there is ready access to I-75, Florida’s Turnpike, I-95 and major State Roads.

With two first-class seaports, Port Everglades and the Port of Miami, each within 22 miles of the city, both sites are the nation’s favorite departure points for leisure cruising as well as important cargo. Few areas of the country enjoy proximity to two major international airports.

Both Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport and Miami International Airport are less than a 20 minute drive from Miramar.


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    The Human Resources Department
    City of Miramar
    2300 Civic Center Place
    Miramar, FL 33025
    Tel: (954) 602-3800