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- CITY OF MIRAMAR HOSTS COUNTRY CLUB RANCHES COMMUNITY TELEMEETING REGARDING SEWAGE SPILL: The City of Miramar will host two Community Town Hall Meetings via tele-conference tonight, Thursday, September 21, 2017 regarding the sewage spill in the Country Club Ranches community. The first will take place at 7:00PM in English followed by an 8:00PM meeting in Spanish. Residents in affected areas have been asked to participate and call the toll free number (855) 269-4484. The @CityofMiramar will host Town Hall Meetings via tele-conference TONIGHT@ 7 PM To participate call the toll free number (855) 269-4484.
- CITY OF MIRAMAR HOSTS COUNTRY CLUB RANCHES COMMUNITY TELEMEETING REGARDING SEWAGE SPILL: The City of Miramar will host two Community Town Hall Meetings via tele-conference tonight, Thursday, September 21, 2017 regarding the sewage spill in the Country Club Ranches community. The first will take place at 7:00PM in English followed by an 8:00PM meeting in Spanish. Residents in affected areas have been asked to participate and call the toll free number (855) 269-4484. The @CityofMiramar will host Town Hall Meetings via tele-conference TONIGHT@ 7 PM To participate call the toll free number (855) 269-4484.
- CITY OF MIRAMAR HOSTS COUNTRY CLUB RANCHES COMMUNITY TELEMEETING REGARDING SEWAGE SPILL: The City of Miramar will host two Community Town Hall Meetings via tele-conference tonight, Thursday, September 21, 2017 regarding the sewage spill in the Country Club Ranches community. The first will take place at 7:00PM in English followed by an 8:00PM meeting in Spanish. Residents in affected areas have been asked to participate and call the toll free number (855) 269-4484. The @CityofMiramar will host Town Hall Meetings via tele-conference TONIGHT@ 7 PM To participate call the toll free number (855) 269-4484.
- Day 2 of Storm Debri Collection in #Miramar: The City of Miramar started vegetative storm debris collection efforts in Zones 3 and 4 yesterday. Collection will continue everyday from dawn to dusk until completed. This is the first of two passes to remove debris so please do not rush to place debris curbside. Crews will ONLY pick up vegetative storm related debris at this time. Regular BULK and RECYCLING remain suspended until further notice. In an effort to stay informed with up-to-date information, Residents should call (954) 602-HELP (4357), check the City's websitewww.MiramarFl.gov or official city social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @cityofmiramar. Residents can also signup to get emergency alerts at www.MiramarFL.gov/CivicReady. #itsrighthereinmiramar #miramar #miramarfl
- Day 2 of Storm Debri Collection in #Miramar: The City of Miramar started vegetative storm debris collection efforts in Zones 3 and 4 yesterday. Collection will continue everyday from dawn to dusk until completed. This is the first of two passes to remove debris so please do not rush to place debris curbside. Crews will ONLY pick up vegetative storm related debris at this time. Regular BULK and RECYCLING remain suspended until further notice. In an effort to stay informed with up-to-date information, Residents should call (954) 602-HELP (4357), check the City& #39;s websitewww.MiramarFl.gov or official city social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @cityofmiramar. Residents can also signup to get emergency alerts at www.MiramarFL.gov/CivicReady. #itsrighthereinmiramar #miramar #miramarfl
- Day 2 of Storm Debri Collection in #Miramar: The City of Miramar started vegetative storm debris collection efforts in Zones 3 and 4 yesterday. Collection will continue everyday from dawn to dusk until completed. This is the first of two passes to remove debris so please do not rush to place debris curbside. Crews will ONLY pick up vegetative storm related debris at this time. Regular BULK and RECYCLING remain suspended until further notice. In an effort to stay informed with up-to-date information, Residents should call (954) 602-HELP (4357), check the City's websitewww.MiramarFl.gov or official city social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @cityofmiramar. Residents can also signup to get emergency alerts at www.MiramarFL.gov/CivicReady. #itsrighthereinmiramar #miramar #miramarfl
- Earlier today, the City of Miramar started vegetative storm debris collection efforts in Zones 3 and 4. Collection will continue everyday from dawn to dusk until completed. This is the first of two passes to remove debris so please do not rush to place debris curbside. Crews will ONLY pick up vegetative storm related debris at this time. Regular BULK and RECYCLING remain suspended until further notice. In an effort to stay informed with up-to-date information, Residents should call (954) 602-HELP (4357), check the City's website www.MiramarFl.gov or official city social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @cityofmiramar. Residents can also signup to get emergency alerts at www.MiramarFL.gov/CivicReady.
- Earlier today, the City of Miramar started vegetative storm debris collection efforts in Zones 3 and 4. Collection will continue everyday from dawn to dusk until completed. This is the first of two passes to remove debris so please do not rush to place debris curbside. Crews will ONLY pick up vegetative storm related debris at this time. Regular BULK and RECYCLING remain suspended until further notice. In an effort to stay informed with up-to-date information, Residents should call (954) 602-HELP (4357), check the City& #39;s website www.MiramarFl.gov or official city social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @cityofmiramar. Residents can also signup to get emergency alerts at www.MiramarFL.gov/CivicReady.
- Earlier today, the City of Miramar started vegetative storm debris collection efforts in Zones 3 and 4. Collection will continue everyday from dawn to dusk until completed. This is the first of two passes to remove debris so please do not rush to place debris curbside. Crews will ONLY pick up vegetative storm related debris at this time. Regular BULK and RECYCLING remain suspended until further notice. In an effort to stay informed with up-to-date information, Residents should call (954) 602-HELP (4357), check the City's website www.MiramarFl.gov or official city social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @cityofmiramar. Residents can also signup to get emergency alerts at www.MiramarFL.gov/CivicReady.
- #SwipeLeft⬅️ The City of Miramar will start collecting hurricane generated storm debris today and everyday from dawn to dusk, until complete. Collections will start in Zones 3 & 4 (see attached maps). It is important to note that traditional regularly scheduled Bulk collection will remain suspended until further notice. STORM DEBRIS is the only waste materials eligible for curbside collection at this time. As normal bulk facilities are not outfitted to accept materials produced by the storm, these materials are being taken to a separate pre-authorized facility that ONLY ACCEPTS STORM DEBRIS. This is the first of two collections to occur with additional collections scheduled thereafter. As a result, residents SHOULD NOT PANIC OR RUSH to place debris curbside. If HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATIONS have preexisting agreements with the City to enter private communities to collect storm generated debris, those collections will also begin. If no previous agreement is in place, Management offices are asked to contact City officials at (954) 602-HELP (4357). Residents should also be aware that the RECYCLING facility accepting materials sustained damage. The City is awaiting notification of their reopening. Those vehicles normally involved in the collection of curbside recyclables are also supporting the trash collection process as a means of dedicating all available resources to this process. In an effort to stay informed with up-to-date information, Residents should call (954) 602-HELP (4357), check the City's website www.MiramarFl.gov or official city social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @cityofmiramar. Residents can also signup to get emergency alerts at www.MiramarFL.gov/CivicReady.
- #SwipeLeft ⬅️ The City of Miramar will start collecting hurricane generated storm debris today and everyday from dawn to dusk, until complete. Collections will start in Zones 3 & 4 (see attached maps). It is important to note that traditional regularly scheduled Bulk collection will remain suspended until further notice. STORM DEBRIS is the only waste materials eligible for curbside collection at this time. As normal bulk facilities are not outfitted to accept materials produced by the storm, these materials are being taken to a separate pre-authorized facility that ONLY ACCEPTS STORM DEBRIS. This is the first of two collections to occur with additional collections scheduled thereafter. As a result, residents SHOULD NOT PANIC OR RUSH to place debris curbside. If HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATIONS have preexisting agreements with the City to enter private communities to collect storm generated debris, those collections will also begin. If no previous agreement is in place, Management offices are asked to contact City officials at (954) 602-HELP (4357). Residents should also be aware that the RECYCLING facility accepting materials sustained damage. The City is awaiting notification of their reopening. Those vehicles normally involved in the collection of curbside recyclables are also supporting the trash collection process as a means of dedicating all available resources to this process. In an effort to stay informed with up-to-date information, Residents should call (954) 602-HELP (4357), check the City& #39;s website www.MiramarFl.gov or official city social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @cityofmiramar. Residents can also signup to get emergency alerts at www.MiramarFL.gov/CivicReady.
- #SwipeLeft⬅️ The City of Miramar will start collecting hurricane generated storm debris today and everyday from dawn to dusk, until complete. Collections will start in Zones 3 & 4 (see attached maps). It is important to note that traditional regularly scheduled Bulk collection will remain suspended until further notice. STORM DEBRIS is the only waste materials eligible for curbside collection at this time. As normal bulk facilities are not outfitted to accept materials produced by the storm, these materials are being taken to a separate pre-authorized facility that ONLY ACCEPTS STORM DEBRIS. This is the first of two collections to occur with additional collections scheduled thereafter. As a result, residents SHOULD NOT PANIC OR RUSH to place debris curbside. If HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATIONS have preexisting agreements with the City to enter private communities to collect storm generated debris, those collections will also begin. If no previous agreement is in place, Management offices are asked to contact City officials at (954) 602-HELP (4357). Residents should also be aware that the RECYCLING facility accepting materials sustained damage. The City is awaiting notification of their reopening. Those vehicles normally involved in the collection of curbside recyclables are also supporting the trash collection process as a means of dedicating all available resources to this process. In an effort to stay informed with up-to-date information, Residents should call (954) 602-HELP (4357), check the City's website www.MiramarFl.gov or official city social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @cityofmiramar. Residents can also signup to get emergency alerts at www.MiramarFL.gov/CivicReady.
- ⚠️PLEASE READ ADVISORY ⚠️ Broward County has issued a boiled water advisory which will affect some areas of Miramar. The following Residents are affected: SOUTH FROM SW 25TH STREET NORTH BY PEMBROKE ROAD EAST BY STATE ROAD 7 WEST BY FLORIDA’S TURNPIKE If you're under this advisory, all water used for drinking, cooking, making ice, brushing teeth or washing dishes should be boiled. A rolling boil of one minute is sufficient. This boil water advisory is in affect for all Broward County water and wastewater customers until further notice. For more information, please call 954-548-0134. THIS WATER ADVISORY IS INTENDED ONLY FOR MIRAMAR RESIDENTS WHO PAY UTILITY BILLS DIRECTLY TO BROWARD COUNTY.
- ⚠️PLEASE READ ADVISORY ⚠️ Broward County has issued a boiled water advisory which will affect some areas of Miramar. The following Residents are affected: SOUTH FROM SW 25TH STREET NORTH BY PEMBROKE ROAD EAST BY STATE ROAD 7 WEST BY FLORIDA’S TURNPIKE If you& #39;re under this advisory, all water used for drinking, cooking, making ice, brushing teeth or washing dishes should be boiled. A rolling boil of one minute is sufficient. This boil water advisory is in affect for all Broward County water and wastewater customers until further notice. For more information, please call 954-548-0134. THIS WATER ADVISORY IS INTENDED ONLY FOR MIRAMAR RESIDENTS WHO PAY UTILITY BILLS DIRECTLY TO BROWARD COUNTY.
- ⚠️PLEASE READ ADVISORY ⚠️ Broward County has issued a boiled water advisory which will affect some areas of Miramar. The following Residents are affected: SOUTH FROM SW 25TH STREET NORTH BY PEMBROKE ROAD EAST BY STATE ROAD 7 WEST BY FLORIDA’S TURNPIKE If you're under this advisory, all water used for drinking, cooking, making ice, brushing teeth or washing dishes should be boiled. A rolling boil of one minute is sufficient. This boil water advisory is in affect for all Broward County water and wastewater customers until further notice. For more information, please call 954-548-0134. THIS WATER ADVISORY IS INTENDED ONLY FOR MIRAMAR RESIDENTS WHO PAY UTILITY BILLS DIRECTLY TO BROWARD COUNTY.
- CITY OF MIRAMAR NOT UNDER BOIL WATER ADVISORY BUT SMALL CITY AREA UNDER BROWARD COUNTY ADVISORY Broward County has issued a boiled water advisory which will affect some areas of Miramar. Residents affected are, on the south from SW 25th Street and on the north by Pembroke Road; on the east by SR7 and on the west by Florida’s Turnpike. This water advisory is intended ONLY for Miramar residents who pay utility bills directly to Broward County. If you’re under this advisory, all water used for drinking, cooking, making ice, brushing teeth or washing dishes should be boiled. A rolling boil of one minute is sufficient. This boil water advisory is in affect for all Broward County water and wastewater customers until further notice. For more information, please call 954-548-0134. For up-to-date information, Residents should call (954) 602-HELP (4357) and/ or check the City’s website (www.MiramarFl.gov) and official social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @cityofmiramar.
- CITY OF MIRAMAR NOT UNDER BOIL WATER ADVISORY BUT SMALL CITY AREA UNDER BROWARD COUNTY ADVISORY Broward County has issued a boiled water advisory which will affect some areas of Miramar. Residents affected are, on the south from SW 25th Street and on the north by Pembroke Road; on the east by SR7 and on the west by Florida’s Turnpike. This water advisory is intended ONLY for Miramar residents who pay utility bills directly to Broward County. If you’re under this advisory, all water used for drinking, cooking, making ice, brushing teeth or washing dishes should be boiled. A rolling boil of one minute is sufficient. This boil water advisory is in affect for all Broward County water and wastewater customers until further notice. For more information, please call 954-548-0134. For up-to-date information, Residents should call (954) 602-HELP (4357) and/ or check the City’s website (www.MiramarFl.gov) and official social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @cityofmiramar.
- CITY OF MIRAMAR NOT UNDER BOIL WATER ADVISORY BUT SMALL CITY AREA UNDER BROWARD COUNTY ADVISORY Broward County has issued a boiled water advisory which will affect some areas of Miramar. Residents affected are, on the south from SW 25th Street and on the north by Pembroke Road; on the east by SR7 and on the west by Florida’s Turnpike. This water advisory is intended ONLY for Miramar residents who pay utility bills directly to Broward County. If you’re under this advisory, all water used for drinking, cooking, making ice, brushing teeth or washing dishes should be boiled. A rolling boil of one minute is sufficient. This boil water advisory is in affect for all Broward County water and wastewater customers until further notice. For more information, please call 954-548-0134. For up-to-date information, Residents should call (954) 602-HELP (4357) and/ or check the City’s website (www.MiramarFl.gov) and official social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @cityofmiramar.
- BROWARD COUNTY, FL - Broward County, along with several local municipalities, has opened four Water Points of Distribution (PODs) sites. The hours of operation are subject to change depending on the supply of water and the needs of the local community. The distribution is limited to one (1) case of water per vehicle. The locations and hours of operation are: CB Smith Regional Park 900 N Flamingo Road Pembroke Pines 33028 8AM - 6PM Howard C. Forman Human Services Campus 851 Poinciana Drive Pembroke Pines 33025 8AM - 4PM McTyre Park 3501 SW 56th Avenue West Park 33023 9AM - 7PM Patrick Meli Park 2901 SW 52nd Street Dania Beach 33312 10AM - 5PM
- BROWARD COUNTY, FL - Broward County, along with several local municipalities, has opened four Water Points of Distribution (PODs) sites. The hours of operation are subject to change depending on the supply of water and the needs of the local community. The distribution is limited to one (1) case of water per vehicle. The locations and hours of operation are: CB Smith Regional Park 900 N Flamingo Road Pembroke Pines 33028 8AM - 6PM Howard C. Forman Human Services Campus 851 Poinciana Drive Pembroke Pines 33025 8AM - 4PM McTyre Park 3501 SW 56th Avenue West Park 33023 9AM - 7PM Patrick Meli Park 2901 SW 52nd Street Dania Beach 33312 10AM - 5PM
- BROWARD COUNTY, FL - Broward County, along with several local municipalities, has opened four Water Points of Distribution (PODs) sites. The hours of operation are subject to change depending on the supply of water and the needs of the local community. The distribution is limited to one (1) case of water per vehicle. The locations and hours of operation are: CB Smith Regional Park 900 N Flamingo Road Pembroke Pines 33028 8AM - 6PM Howard C. Forman Human Services Campus 851 Poinciana Drive Pembroke Pines 33025 8AM - 4PM McTyre Park 3501 SW 56th Avenue West Park 33023 9AM - 7PM Patrick Meli Park 2901 SW 52nd Street Dania Beach 33312 10AM - 5PM
- HURRICANE ADVISORY :Broward County, Florida Broward County Building Code Services urges consumers to be cautious and be sure to hire licensed individuals and companies to handle post-hurricane repairs, clean up, tree removal, etc. Following a disaster, the demand for qualified general contractors, tree trimmers and landscapers, and specialty contractors usually exceeds the supply, opening the door for unlicensed and/or inexperienced contractors or rip-off artists who may overcharge, perform shoddy work or skip town without finishing the job. Because many legitimate, licensed home repair companies are booked for months, anxious homeowners, eager to repair their property, often neglect to take the usual precautions when hiring contractors. To avoid unnecessary hassles, extra expenses and to ensure that home repairs are done correctly and to code, follow these tips.
- HURRICANE ADVISORY :Broward County, Florida Broward County Building Code Services urges consumers to be cautious and be sure to hire licensed individuals and companies to handle post-hurricane repairs, clean up, tree removal, etc. Following a disaster, the demand for qualified general contractors, tree trimmers and landscapers, and specialty contractors usually exceeds the supply, opening the door for unlicensed and/or inexperienced contractors or rip-off artists who may overcharge, perform shoddy work or skip town without finishing the job. Because many legitimate, licensed home repair companies are booked for months, anxious homeowners, eager to repair their property, often neglect to take the usual precautions when hiring contractors. To avoid unnecessary hassles, extra expenses and to ensure that home repairs are done correctly and to code, follow these tips.
- HURRICANE ADVISORY :Broward County, Florida Broward County Building Code Services urges consumers to be cautious and be sure to hire licensed individuals and companies to handle post-hurricane repairs, clean up, tree removal, etc. Following a disaster, the demand for qualified general contractors, tree trimmers and landscapers, and specialty contractors usually exceeds the supply, opening the door for unlicensed and/or inexperienced contractors or rip-off artists who may overcharge, perform shoddy work or skip town without finishing the job. Because many legitimate, licensed home repair companies are booked for months, anxious homeowners, eager to repair their property, often neglect to take the usual precautions when hiring contractors. To avoid unnecessary hassles, extra expenses and to ensure that home repairs are done correctly and to code, follow these tips.
- CITY UPDATES: We are working tirelessly to resume regular City operations and services. However, post storm-related assessments identify some public safety concerns. Thus, the City of Miramar will be CLOSED WEDNESDAY, September 13, 2017. As a result, all City Services and Parks and Recreation programs and activities will be SUSPENDED. City and Parks and Recreation services include but not limited to Early Childcare, Youth and Family, Senior Services, and Park facility usage. As a result, the City Commission Budget Hearing scheduled for Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 5:01PM will be rescheduled for a future date yet to be determined. Please stay connected with us for updates. For general public information, please call (954) 602-HELP (4357). For employee only general information, please call (954) 602-3006. For employees experiencing storm-related issues, please call (954) 602-3005. This line is for City of Miramar employees only. For up-to-date information, Residents should call (954) 602-HELP (4357) and/ or check the City’s website (www.MiramarFl.gov) and official social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @cityofmiramar.
- CITY UPDATES: We are working tirelessly to resume regular City operations and services. However, post storm-related assessments identify some public safety concerns. Thus, the City of Miramar will be CLOSED WEDNESDAY, September 13, 2017. As a result, all City Services and Parks and Recreation programs and activities will be SUSPENDED. City and Parks and Recreation services include but not limited to Early Childcare, Youth and Family, Senior Services, and Park facility usage. As a result, the City Commission Budget Hearing scheduled for Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 5:01PM will be rescheduled for a future date yet to be determined. Please stay connected with us for updates. For general public information, please call (954) 602-HELP (4357). For employee only general information, please call (954) 602-3006. For employees experiencing storm-related issues, please call (954) 602-3005. This line is for City of Miramar employees only. For up-to-date information, Residents should call (954) 602-HELP (4357) and/ or check the City’s website (www.MiramarFl.gov) and official social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @cityofmiramar.
- CITY UPDATES: We are working tirelessly to resume regular City operations and services. However, post storm-related assessments identify some public safety concerns. Thus, the City of Miramar will be CLOSED WEDNESDAY, September 13, 2017. As a result, all City Services and Parks and Recreation programs and activities will be SUSPENDED. City and Parks and Recreation services include but not limited to Early Childcare, Youth and Family, Senior Services, and Park facility usage. As a result, the City Commission Budget Hearing scheduled for Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 5:01PM will be rescheduled for a future date yet to be determined. Please stay connected with us for updates. For general public information, please call (954) 602-HELP (4357). For employee only general information, please call (954) 602-3006. For employees experiencing storm-related issues, please call (954) 602-3005. This line is for City of Miramar employees only. For up-to-date information, Residents should call (954) 602-HELP (4357) and/ or check the City’s website (www.MiramarFl.gov) and official social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @cityofmiramar.
- Due to widespread POWER OUTAGES, many residents may be utilizing portable generators. Please adhere to the following safety tips: ⚠️Plug appliances directly into the generator, or use a heavy duty, outdoor-rated extension cord that is rated (in watts or amps) at least equal to the sum of the connected appliance loads. ⚠️Check that the entire cord is free of cuts or tears and that the plug has all three prongs, especially a grounding pin. ⚠️Never try to power the house wiring by plugging the generator into a wall outlet. Known as “backfeeding,” this practice puts utility workers, your neighbors and your household at risk of electrocution. Remember, even a properly connected portable generator can become overloaded, resulting in overheating or generator failure. Be sure to read the instructions carefully.
- Due to widespread POWER OUTAGES, many residents may be utilizing portable generators. Please adhere to the following safety tips: ⚠️Plug appliances directly into the generator, or use a heavy duty, outdoor-rated extension cord that is rated (in watts or amps) at least equal to the sum of the connected appliance loads. ⚠️Check that the entire cord is free of cuts or tears and that the plug has all three prongs, especially a grounding pin. ⚠️Never try to power the house wiring by plugging the generator into a wall outlet. Known as “backfeeding,” this practice puts utility workers, your neighbors and your household at risk of electrocution. Remember, even a properly connected portable generator can become overloaded, resulting in overheating or generator failure. Be sure to read the instructions carefully.
- Due to widespread POWER OUTAGES, many residents may be utilizing portable generators. Please adhere to the following safety tips: ⚠️Plug appliances directly into the generator, or use a heavy duty, outdoor-rated extension cord that is rated (in watts or amps) at least equal to the sum of the connected appliance loads. ⚠️Check that the entire cord is free of cuts or tears and that the plug has all three prongs, especially a grounding pin. ⚠️Never try to power the house wiring by plugging the generator into a wall outlet. Known as “backfeeding,” this practice puts utility workers, your neighbors and your household at risk of electrocution. Remember, even a properly connected portable generator can become overloaded, resulting in overheating or generator failure. Be sure to read the instructions carefully.

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