Doral is the premier location in South Florida to live, work, learn and play. Rated by Business Week magazine as the best city in Florida for a business startup; Forbes.com put Doral in second place among America’s top 25 towns to live well in and U.S. News & World Report rated Doral the third best retirement location.

With 250 corporate headquarters and 100 multinational corporations, Doral means business. In addition, the city is home to the Miami Free Zone, one of the largest privately owned and operated foreign trade zones in North America.

Our population is highly diverse and well educated, with more than 96% having completed high school and more than 55% with bachelor’s degrees. In addition, 90% of Doral’s residents are multilingual and every public and charter school in Doral has received an “A” rating.

Doral has over 121 acres of parks, playgrounds, ball fields and recreational facilities. Our great recreational programs have earned the Playful City USA award every year since 2010.

We invite you to visit our city, experience everything we have to offer and discover how you can live, work, learn and play in Doral.

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Public Transit Day

Public Transit Day

Doral is joining Radical Partners and Urban Impact Lab in declaring Friday, December 9 as “Public Transit Day” and are urging public officials, community leaders, and residents to take the pledge to use public transportation for the day.

On December 9th, every rider of the Doral Trolley will receive a “Public Transit Day EVERYDAY!” sticker. (sticker for a 10% discount at participating businesses) They will also be invited to post a selfie of themselves riding public transit.

Everyone is encouraged to share about their riding experience using #PublicTransitDay and to follow social media posts through Twitter (@MIATransitDay), Instagram (miatransitday)and The 100 Great Ideas page. Public Transit Day

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ZIKA VIRUS INFORMATION

Zika Virus

Zika fever is a mild febrile illness caused by a mosquito-borne virus similar to those that cause dengue and West Nile virus infection.

Zika virus has been linked to serious birth defects, including microcephaly, when contracted by expectant mothers during pregnancy. Microcephaly is a birth defect where a baby’s head is smaller than expected when compared to babies of the same sex and age. Babies with microcephaly often have smaller brains that might not have developed properly.

Zika virus has been identified in several countries in Central and South America, Mexico, and the Caribbean since 2015. Outbreaks have previously been reported in Africa, Southeast Asia, and the Pacific Islands. Local transmission has been reported in Puerto Rico and Florida. Cases of Zika fever have been reported in travelers returning to the United States.

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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH


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