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Aug 18

Improving Your City

Posted on August 18, 2016 at 1:34 PM by Shalima Mohamed

MIRAMAR POLICE HEADQUARTERS
Ready to Roll
The new Miramar Police Headquarters was completed in June and opened to the public on June 15 at the conclusion of the ribbon cutting. The Headquarters facility is three levels totaling
80,029 sq. ft. of floor area. 

The first floor of the facility, 11,006 sq. ft. is programmed for future retail space, and the second and third floors are occupied by the police department personnel. The building is situated on the southeast corner of Town Center and wraps around a five story parking garage that will provide secure parking for the officers. 

This new state of the art facility will centralize the major police functions as well as provide a location for Emergency Management Operations for the City of Miramar within the Town Center Complex.

This will be the first Public Safety Facility in the City of Miramar that achieved a “Gold” Certification from the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), making this a very energy efficient facility as well as environmentally friendly for the building occupants.

FAIRWAY PARK
All Lit Up!

The Fairway Park Lighting project comprised the installation of 35 new light poles, including 6 poles placed around the Christmas Tree area with additional electrical outlets on the top of
the poles to provide sufficient lighting during holidays, festivals and special events.

Residents are delighted with the new lights … “It is one of the best lit and most beautiful parks
at night in the City of Miramar” stated a proud Miramar resident.

Make a Splash this Summer at VIZCAYA PARK
The Vizcaya Park Phase 3 construction project included the addition of a new soccer field and a
grass overflow parking area, along with two new pavilions and a water splash pad area. 

This phase of the project also included a new decorative main entrance gate, fencing
and additional landscaping throughout the park. These new features are all welcomed
enthusiastically by residents as additions to the Park’s assets.

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