The City of Miramar Commission gave its Monarch Lakes Park project the construction go ahead at its’ May 17, 2017 board meeting. The passive park will be built at SW 136th Avenue, north of Monarch Lakes Boulevard by Alexander & Johnson Project Management and Development, Inc. (“Alexander & Johnson”), a County Business Enterprise (“CBE”), the park’s general contractors. The Commission’s vote initiated the City Manager’s execution of an agreement with Alexander & Johnson, for an amount not-to-exceed $1,088,520 in support of park construction.
The NEW Monarch Lakes Park project installation will entail site work and development. The park’s amenities will comprise of a pre-engineered restroom building and pavilion structures, asphalt walking trail and parking lot, concrete hardscape, landscaping and irrigation, butterfly garden, site lighting, water fountain, and miscellaneous site amenities.
The City of Miramar boasts a total of 40 parks within City limits. They extend east to west; some are visible and some are inconspicuously hidden between the compounds of our communities. When considering the composition of City parks, Parks and Recreation Director, Terrence Griffin stated, …” From Shirley Branca Park to Miramar Regional Park, these luscious landscaped acres of green space emphasizes the beauty and progress of Miramar. While you're bike riding through park trails or just engulfing the clean air while enjoying a picnic with your family, our vast green space is here for your enjoyment.”
It’s Right Here in Miramar™!