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These types of calls and questions are assigned to the Code Compliance division of the Police Department. Code Officers will respond and provide a warning to have the property owner comply with City Ordinances. If the violation is not corrected within the period allocated, the code officer with then issue a fine(s) that the property owner is responsible to pay. For additional information on reporting violations, please visit: https://www.miramarpd.org/1192/Code-Compliance
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You may visit the Miramar Police Department’s Records Unit, during business hours, at 11765 City Hall Promenade. The Miramar Police Department is located ¼ mile west of Palm Avenue on the north side of Miramar Parkway. Get a traffic crash report online.
Background checks for Miramar residents (at least six months of residency) are provided for a minimal cost of $10. For further information, please call 954-602-4300.
Contact Fiscal Supervisor Tonia Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 954-602-4305. You can make a request through the department’s website: https://www.miramarfl.gov/FormCenter/Police-Department-11/Detail-Form-58
Visit the city’s website and register here https://www.miramarfl.gov/189/Vendor-Registration
Contact the Support Services Bureau at PDFiscal@miramarpd.org.
An application has to be submitted to the city engineer requesting that a traffic study be conducted to determine if speed bumps, or any other applicable traffic calming device, can be installed. The application is accompanied by a petition that must be signed by the residents affected. If the community is private/gated, the Homeowners Association can install them without the application process and incur all costs associated with the installation. Click on this link for Engineering Services information: https://www.miramarfl.gov/196/Engineering-Services