Community News February 2020

Expanded Trolley Service

Mayor and Council approved the addition of two additional trolley vehicles during midday-weekday hours for Route 1. This brings Doral Trolley Fleet to 16 vehicles in service. The expansion provides service to six (6) schools: Doral Academy Middle/High School, John I Smith K-8 Center, Eugenia B Thomas K-8 Center, Dr. Rolando Espinosa K-8 Center, Dr. Toni Bilbao Elementary, and Ronald Reagan High School.

Show your love!

The City wants to know what you love most about Doral. Let’s celebrate what makes our community unique, great and, most importantly — home. Join the campaign by taking pictures and selfies in your favorite spots around Doral! Use the hashtag #LoveMyCity. Tag the City of Doral and they will share the photos from the City’s official accounts.


Congratulations to the Executive Assistant to the Chief of Police, Gary King, for a career that spans 50 years with three different police departments in South Florida. He has honorably served and protected the community.

New School

Downtown Doral Charter Upper School Ribbon opened in January. This is an important milestone for our community. 

Doral Green

The Florida Green Building Coalition (FGBC) has designated the City of Doral a Silver Re-Certification of the Florida Green Local Government after we successfully met the sustainability standards established in the FGBC Green Local Government Certification program. Local Governments across Florida have found this program to not only protect the environment but also improve operational efficiencies and reduce the cost of government for taxpayers.