Pair Proposes Crosswalks on Circle

INTERVIEW:  Local Miami Springs residents Maria Font and Jennifer Gonzalez joined MiamiSprings.com on the Circle and they have this totally crazy idea.  They want to make accessing Circle Park safe by adding crosswalks.  Crazy right? Okay, I guess what’s truly crazy is that it’s 2018 and we still don’t have a safe and easy way […]

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Clear the Clutter for a Cause

Team Daniella will be holding a charity garage sale next month to benefit the families affected by childhood cancer. We are accepting donations for sellable clothing, books, toys, appliances, furniture, home decor, linens sporting goods and more! We are more than happy to pick up your donations please contact (786) 339-7560 to schedule a pick […]

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VIDEO: Friday Night Festival Fun

VIDEO: Tour the Festival for some Friday Night Fun.  3 Stages – Live music – Lots of Food – Kids Rides – And more. Stay Tuned for more videos… <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>        

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Cavalier Clock Coming to Curtiss Parkway

The City of Miami Springs will be adding a town clock in honor of former Mayor John Cavalier Jr. (1979-1987/ 1993-2001) who passed away in 2017.  The Cavalier Clock will be placed at the end of the Curtiss Parkway bike path where it meets the Circle. The City of Miami Springs expects to have the […]

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What Are Those Orange Bikes?

What are those Orange Bikes popping up in Miami Springs?  They are called dockless or stationless bikes from a company called SPIN. They allow you to rent a bike using your phone and go anywhere. Welcome to bike sharing in Miami Springs. Bike sharing is not new to South Florida.  Miami Beach and the City […]

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Tex Ziadie, former Springs Building Director, passes away

We are sad to report the passing of Tex Ziadie aka Tex Ford, the former City of Miami Springs Director of Building and Code Compliance.  Our thoughts and prayers go out to his friends and family.  Learn more about Tex and his full life below: “Tex Ford was born on Valentine’s Day, 1952, in Wichita […]

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All Angels Raising Funds for New Playground

All Angels Episcopal Church in Miami Springs is seeking help to build a new playground. They setup a Go Fund me page to help reach their goal of $15,000.  Through the energetic efforts of the All Angels PTO, our Academy has been awarded a  $15,000 “Let’s Play Construction Grant” from the Dr. Pepper/Snapple Group and […]

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Pumpkin Patch & Harvest Festival Oct 12 – 31

Poinciana United Methodist Church will be hosting the annual Harvest Festival and Pumpkin Patch on Curtiss Parkway in Miami Springs.   Bring cash and purchase great pumpkins for jack o lanterns or great tasting pumpkin pies.  Speaking of pies, they have home made pies available on a limited basis.   And don’t forget to bring the kiddies […]

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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 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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