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Incorporated in 1955 and conveniently located between the metro Fort Lauderdale and Miami areas, the City of Miramar has grown from a small bedroom community to a thriving and bustling city of more than 135,000 residents. Through carefully planned growth, well-designed new residential communities and first class parks with recreational opportunities for all, the City has attracted employment centers, corporate parks, institutions of higher learning, a major hospital, restaurants, and retail centers. The Miramar Town Center is the City's centerpiece development. Designed as a walkable, urban mixed use community, it contains civic, educational, cultural, residential and commercial uses centrally located in the geographic heart of the City. These efforts paid off when Money Magazine twice named Miramar as a Top 100 Places to Live.


So whether you’re looking for a place to grow your business or raise your family, come to Miramar, “We’re at the Center of Everything.”  For information regarding economic development programs and assistance in the City of Miramar, please click here.


Contact Information
Contact Address 2300 Civic Center Place
Miramar, FL 33025
Phone Number 954-602-3123
Economic Indicators
Population (2019) 138,168
Labor Force (2019) 78,228
Employment (2019) 75,880
Unemployment (2019) 2,348
Unemployment Rate (2019) 3.0
Land Area (square miles) 31
Housing Units (2018) 41,166
Household Median Income (2018) $70,005

Source: 2018 American Community Survey 5-Year estimates, Florida Department of Economic Opportunity and Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Number of Schools
Charter Schools 7
Elementary Schools 11
Middle Schools 3
High Schools
Private Schools 0
A-Rated Schools 12

Source: Broward County Public Schools,, and Florida Department of Education.

Major Employers:

  • Carnival Cruise Lines
  • Comcast
  • Ecolab
  • iHeart Media
  • JL Audio
  • Kellstrom Defense
  • Memorial Hospital Miramar
  • NBC6/Telemundo
  • Sealand
  • Spirit Airlines
  • Turbine Controls

 Updated 10-08-2020