December Community News

Doral unveiled Pedestriart Urban Art Project by Leonel Matheu in Downtown Doral Park, that consists of traffic signs that show messages from the City’s “We Don’t Do That Here” campaign to encourage following of the rules and laws.


Along NW 25th St. from NW 117th Ave. to NW 87th Ave. will be wide from to seven lanes. The project is expected to be completed in 2024.


Councilors-Elected Pete Cabrera andt Digna Cabral took the oath of office in the City of Doral.



Early Registration is now open until January 31 for the annual Doral 5K (March 16).





Mayor Bermudez delivered the 2018 State of the City Address to residents and members of the community. The Mayor proudly highlighted the Doral’s many accomplishments of the past year and spoke on what is ahead in 2019.


The new Adopt-A-Garden program allows a group or individual volunteers to plant and care for an urban garden plot located inside Doral Legacy Park. Contact or call (305) 593.66.00 for more information.


Beginning on January 7th there will be a new traffic pattern for NW 87 Ave. and 52 St. that will affect school drop-off and pick-up.



Doral Police Chief Hernan Organvidez swore in Reserve Police Officers Luis Mitjans and J. Garcia-Tuñon









Officer Erwin Fernandez was recognized for his Lifesaving efforts during a recent situation he faced. Congrats!







Congratulations to the Doral Citizens Police Academy graduates.


The second edition of Doral Corporate Run took place in Downtown Doral Park across the street from Doral’s City Hall with a mission of promoting fitness and a healthy lifestyle to the Doral business community.



Doral Received the World Council on City Data (WCCD) ISO 37120 Platinum Certification for a Second Year joining the ranks of cities like Barcelona and Dubai.