WET / DRY Zones for July 4th Parade Route

The shortened July 4th parade route has now been split up between designated dry and wet zones. The city of Miami Springs has issued a new Wet / Dry Parade route map.  The  Westward Drive business district and Circle are designated dry zones.  Curtiss Parkway from the Circle to Morningside Drive will also be a […]

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Fatal Shooting at IHOP – 36 Street and South Drive

UPDATE 8:50 AM 06/18/18:  Miami Springs Police confirm the shooting is now classified as fatal after the shooting victim passed away from the injuries.  Miami-Dade Police is now taking over the investigation.  What Happened:  According to Miami Springs Police, a shooting occurred outside the Miami Springs IHOP located at South Drive and 36 Street at 3:51 AM […]

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House Fire: 400 Block of Wren Avenue – Lightning Strikes – Power Outages

UPDATED:  JUNE 15, 2018 10am Police and rescue vehicles had closed off the area near Wren Avenue and Cardinal street (400 Block of Wren Avenue) on Thursday, June 14th after lightning had struck a home causing a house fire.  Fortunately, no one was hurt.   The afternoon thunderstorm also knocked down tree branches throughout the city.  […]

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Police Chief Reports: Speeding in Springs

In a recent City of Miami Springs City Council Meeting, the Miami Springs Chief of Police, Armando Guzman, reported on speeding within the city.  The Miami Springs Police Department deployed pole mounted radar devices throughout the community to gauge the amount of traffic and speeding at different areas of the community.  Below you’ll find the […]

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Historical 1950s Miami Springs Map

Ever wondered what Miami Springs was like in 1950?  Check out this historical map showing the streets as they were in 1950.  You can even see the dots where homes had been constructed at the time.  (Special thanks to Ben Ostrowski for sharing the link to this great resource.) Notice how most of the bird […]

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