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Since the City’s incorporation in 2003, City leadership has envisioned world-class parks with many amenities that would be multi-generational, multi-purpose and multi-seasonal. Recognizing that the City would grow overtime, the goal was to have a park within a short walking distance from most residences that serves the recreational needs of residents of all ages, interests and capabilities. On November 6, 2018, voters passed the General Obligation Parks Bond for $150 million that would help fund the construction of future Doral park projects.
Parks projects and improvements the bond will fund include: green spaces, nature areas, sports fields, play areas, infrastructure, aquatics facility, community center, cultural amenities, walking/biking trails, specialty recreation areas, and safety features.

 VIDEO: Watch to see the projects the bond will fund!


Parks of Tomorrow Map

Now that the community has decided 'Yes', the work begins and our commitment to public participation continues while we implement the community's vision for our parks. As transparency and collaboration remain a priority, we invite all residents to stay active and involved by visiting the  Doral Parks Bond web portal that will be updated regularly with new developments. Also, email us at for any questions you may have.

Parks Bond Timeline