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Updated 04/09/2020

City of Miramar Issues Order for Individuals to Wear Face Coverings to Limit the Spread of the Coronavirus
- Effective 12:01 AM on Monday, April 13, 2020

Miramar, FL (Thursday, April 9, 2020) – Miramar City Manager, Vernon E. Hargray issued an amended and restated Order effective 12:01 a.m. on April 13, 2020 requiring individuals to wear a nose and mouth covering in public. This includes all employees and customers of grocery stores, hardware stores, pharmacies and restaurants. All individuals providing delivery services are also required to wear a form of covering over their noses and mouths while making deliveries.

Read the full Press Release here.
Read the full Emergency Order here. 

City of Miramar Extension of State of Emergency Executive Order Declared in Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic 
- Issued April 4, 2020 for seven consecutive days.
Read the full Extension here.

On April 2, 2020, Governor DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-92, which provides for an update to Section 4 of Executive Order 20-91.

The Order includes an amendment to Section 4, which reads:
“This Order shall supersede any conflicting official action or order issued by local officials in response to COVID-19.”

Miramar City Manager Issues ‘SaferAtHome’ Order for All Miramar Residents
- Effective 12:01 AM on Saturday, March 28, 2020 -
Miramar, FL (Friday, March 27, 2020) – Miramar City Manager Vernon E. Hargray today announced a SaferAt‐Home Order requiring individuals to remain in place at home or place of residence, with exceptions for essential work and activities. People must maintain at least 6 feet of social distancing when conducting an allowed activity. The Order goes into effect at 12:01 a.m. on March 28th and will remain in full force and effect until terminated, in order to further contain the spread of COVID‐19 in Miramar and Broward County.

Read the full Press Release here.
Read the full Emergency Order here.

City of Miramar Issues Notice of Virtual Commission Meeting on April 1, 2020
Miramar, FL (Friday, March 27, 2020) - The City of Miramar continues to share new information as the COVID-19 health crisis continues to affect our community. The City is urging everyone to stay at home and take measures to limit their risk of exposure to COVID-19. On Wednesday, April 1st at 7:00 p.m., the City will host a virtual Commission meeting where residents and businesses will be granted public access via phone, web and live stream.

Read the full Press Release here.
Read the Virtual Public Meeting instructions here.

City of Miramar Urges Residents and Businesses to Practice Social Distancing and Work from Home
Miramar, FL (Tuesday, March 24, 2020)– As part of its evolving response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the City of Miramar has closed additional city facilities to the public, while maintaining essential staff, to follow COVID-19 social distancing guidelines established by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Florida Department of Health. Read more...

City of Miramar Mayor Wayne M. Messam and City Manager, Vernon E. Hargray Sign an Executive Order to Declare a State of Emergency in Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic
Miramar, FL (Saturday, March 14, 2020) – City of Miramar Mayor Wayne M. Messam and City Manager, Vernon E. Hargray signed an executive order to declare a state of emergency in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Mayor Messam stressed that it is extremely important that residents and businesses in the City of Miramar know that the City is taking every precautionary measure to ensure their safety and welfare.

“Our top priority is protecting the health, safety and welfare of our residents and businesses,” Mayor Messam emphasized.

The Mayor issued a call to action for every member of the city, all residents, city employees and businesses to take immediate steps to help stop the spread of this deadly virus. He urged the community to follow the advice of the Florida Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  Read More...

Important Documents


Safe Message - Social Distancing
Safe Message - Hands
Safe Message - Face
Safe Message - Call
Florida Health COVID 19 Flyer General Prevention
Florida Health COVID 19 Flyer Screening Symptoms
Florida Health COVID 19 Flyer Stop the Spread of Germs