On June 17, 2020, the Miami-Dade County School Board approved the naming of two new schools in Doral. The K-8 center will be named after Ms. Andrea Castillo, teacher and the late daughter of School Board Member, Susie Castillo.
The City of Doral seeks comments from their citizens pertaining to plans to submit certain grant applications to the State of Florida, Department of Economic Opportunity, in pursuit of U.S. HUD funding.
Have you counted yet? Currently about 55% of Doral's population has submitted their Census 2020 questionnaire. We need EVERYONE to count in order to receive federal funds for important programs for education, infrastructure, and more.
City of Doral Mayor Juan Carlos Bermudez has signed an Emergency Order (2020-30) that allows additional non-essential businesses to reopen with strict capacity and safety rules in place, effective Monday, June 8th.
Please be advised that Freebee and Doral Trolley service will be temporarily suspended for tomorrow, Saturday, June 6th. The services shall resume on Sunday June 7, 2020.
The City of Doral built a hyperconverged infrastructure on Dell Technologies to power Smart City initiatives and create new and improved digital services for its residents.
The City of Doral has been in communications with Miami-Dade County regarding the mosquito spray schedule for our area. The County has informed us that the spraying of the adulticide is dispatched to areas based on service requests to the County’s 311; as well as trap data, and landing rates.
Hurricane season is officially here and the City of Doral wants to remind everyone that the time to prepare is now! Doral, as well as the rest of the County and State, are in the potential path of hurricanes.
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