The Doral City Council with Lennar and Terra Group, inaugurated the NW 102 Ave connecting NW 74th St and NW 90th St. This new segment of road, developed at no cost to the city, is part of an agreement with the two developers, as part of a City requirement to complete their traffic grids to the existing public road system.
Your health and safety is our priority. Our Code Compliance Outreach Coordinators have visited various neighborhoods in the City passing out informational "Drain-and-Cover" door hangers regarding mosquito control.
Heavy rain is always a possibility in South Florida, which may sometimes result in flooding. Organizations like the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) do their part to prepare throughout the year with vigorous programs to ensure the regional flood control system operates at its full potential, along with inspections and monitoring of equipment like fuel supplies.
Councilwoman Sandra Ruiz remains committed to clean energy and home strengthening initiatives, recently introducing to the City Council innovative legislation for Doral property owners, Property Assessed Clean Energy (“PACE”) programs.
The Doral City Council, joined by District 12 Miami-Dade County Commissioner Jose “Pepe” Diaz, inaugurated the NW 109 Ave connection to Doral Boulevard. This connection gives almost 900 households and several businesses an alternative to heavily used avenues, NW 107th and NW 112th.
Mayor Luigi Boria has been appointed to the Florida League of Mayors’ Board of Directors. The board is comprised of 21 mayors from across the state of Florida and assists mayors in serving their residents with unity and purpose.
Let us know what you think about the City's plans for protecting the community's water and land resources as we continue to grow and develop.
Join us for the opening of the NW 109 Ave connection to Doral Boulevard on Tuesday, August 23rd at 9am.
City councilmembers and administrators joined the project’s designer, architects and contractors celebrating the topping off of the Police and Public Works expansion. The event marks the symbolic completion of the two story structure, scheduled to open in autumn 2016.
The City Council approved a pair of transit resolutions for inter-local agreements between Doral and the Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). The inter-local agreements provide up to $90,000 in grant funding to study the expansion of Doral trolley service to Florida International University (FIU) and the conversion of certain streets into one-way pairs to increase circulation capacity.