Handles the day-to-day planning and directional oversight of the staff and resources of Building Facilities, Electrical Support Services, Field Operations, Solid Waste and Transportation.
The City of Miramar Public Works, 13900 Pembroke Rd, Miramar Florida 33025 -
Handles the maintenance and repairs of City buildings including City Hall, Park facilities, Police and Fire stations.
Tasks range from complete renovation of interior space to the replacement of light bulbs.
Electrical Support Services
The Electrical Support Services Division provides ongoing inspection, preventative and corrective maintenance of the City’s Electrical, Air Conditioning and Utilities Process Control System.
This division is also responsible for providing related preventative and routine maintenance, repair, replacement, improvement and emergency services to all city departments.
Responsible for resurfacing streets, filling potholes, installing sidewalks and curbs, removing graffiti, collection of debris, trash and dead animals from roads and rights-of-way.
A Neighborhood Maintenance Team is a dedicated two man crew that takes immediate action to repair and rectify these problems.
Permits are required for all park and field rentals and can be obtained through Administration.
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Provides dedicated services to reduce pollutants in Storm Water runoff by providing a Storm Water Maintenance Program to clean canals, catch basins, sweep streets, etc.
The City's garbage collection is contracted to Waste Pro and is monitored by the Administration Division.
The City of Miramar Public Works Department, in cooperation with Broward County, has expanded its Community Bus service by now offering four routes. The routes include the following: Red Route; Green Route; Yellow Route and Orange Route. With these four routes, it is now possible to travel from the eastern end of Miramar west as far as 196th Ave.
The Fleet Maintenance Division provides maintenance, service and repair of 675 vehicles, which includes police pursuit vehicles, fire trucks, emergency rescue units, city buses and a variety of light-duty and heavy-duty trucks and equipment. The Division is also responsible for the assessment of vehicles and recommendations to user departments following the City’s five (5) year matrix vehicle replacement program.