November Community News

In Spring 2019 will open The Doral Yard, a space to sit, dance, and enjoy live music and cultural performances. There will be three zones: The Hub, Charcoal garden bar and grill, and The Backyard which will be an entertainment and culinary area adorned with trees and greenery.


The City opened the new NW 54 St. from NW 87 Ave. to NW 79 Ave. Benefits include improved access to adjacent properties, improved safety, reduced flooding and improved aesthetics along the corridor. It connects to Doral Government Center and Downtown Doral from NW 54 St.

Doral was once again awarded with the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada.

John I. Smith K – 8 Center Varsity Boys Soccer team won the District Championship. Congrats!


On November 11th, Mayor Juan Carlos Bermudez, officially proclaimed “Doral Food & Wine Festival Day”.



On November 1st, Claudia Mariaca became Vice Mayor for the City of Doral.







The senior student from Ronald W. Reagan Doral Senior High School, Vanessa Palma, won 1st place in the Public Speaking Competition and Senior Valeria Urbano won 1st place in the Creative Writing Non-Fiction Competition. Both won their own $ 10,000 scholarship to FIU.






César Daniel Robalo, grill chef of Manny’s Wood Grill Steak House, won 1st place in 1st Argentinian BBQ Championship. 2nd place was won by Mariano Araya, chef of Mariano’s Cuisine, and 3rd was won by Carla Dilorenzo, BBQ chef of Tanitos Restaurant in Kendall.