Royal Poinciana Train Track Crossing CLOSED through Tuesday

Royal Poinciana Train Track Crossing CLOSED through Tuesday!  YOU CANNOT ENTER OR EXIT THROUGH MEDLEY! Gulfstream Engineering is resurfacing the railroad tracks for FEC (Florida East Coast Railway).  North Royal Poinciana is completely blocked off through Tuesday, October 10th at midnight.     Alternate routes include NW 36 street and/or entering and exiting Miami Springs through […]

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Hurricane Irma Debris Collection Update

OCT 9 Debris Collection Update: As of Sunday night, the City of Miami Springs had collected 63,800 cubic yards of debris or roughly 51% of the estimated 125,000 total cubic yards of debris created by Hurricane Irma. According to the City,  the Contractor has three trucks working Apache, Nightingale and Oriole areas. One truck is […]

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Hurricane Debris Pickup May Go Past Halloween

According to an article published in The Miami Herald, the debris clean up process in Miami Springs may not be completed until the week of November 9th. The reason is money. In order for the City of Miami Springs (as well as every other municipality) to be reimbursed by FEMA, the city must follow specific rules.  […]

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Hurricane Debris Clean Up

The City of Miami Springs is reporting that it has  picked up 14,169 cubic yards of debris from swales and alleys last week. As you can see in the attached map provided by the city, the Contractor has divided the city into four sections and has crews in each clearing areas. “The initial process is […]

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Services for John Cavalier, Jr this Saturday

Beloved former Mayor of Miami Springs John Cavalier, Jr’s services have been changed to Saturday, September 23rd at noon at Blessed Trinity Catholic Church (4020 Curtis Parkway, Miami Springs, FL 33166.)  The service will be followed by a reception at the Miami Springs Woman’s Club, directly across from the City Hall Chambers he warmly served […]

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Schools Re-Open Monday, September 18

Miami-Dade County Schools are Re-Opening Monday, September 18th after schools were closed all of last week and 2 school days the week prior due to Hurricane Irma.  While many students may have enjoyed the Hurricane Break, it’s a positive sign that things are getting back to normal in Miami Springs and the rest of South […]

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