Forklift Parts Miramar - The city of Miramar, Florida is located in Broward County. It is just a short drive from both Fort Lauderdale and Miami. The name of the city means "View of the Sea" in Spanish. A Cuban suburb of Havana is also named Miramar.
In 1955, the small city was incorporated and totaled only 7.6 square km. Today, the city is spread a little bigger at 11.5 square km. Nearby are the municipalities of Hollywood, Plantation and Sunrise. Miramar's motto before was "The Center of Everything." At present it is "Beauty and Progress."
The city of Miramar has many parks and hosts many community events. During the Fall, the Miramar Civic Center hosts two events: the Caribe Fest during September and the Halloween Masquerade Dance during the month of October. A new Town Center with waterfront views will hold a public library, the City Hall and retail shops, in addition to residences. The Miramar Cultural Arts Center is a center utilized for the visual and performing arts.
Residents and visitors would find many attractions in Broward County: Art and Culture Centre of Hollywood; Museum of Art; International Game Fish Association Hall of Fame and Museum; International Swimming Hall of Fame and Museum of Discovery Science. Stranahan House is an old trading post, open to visitors. The historic Bonnet House is situated close to Fort Lauderdale beach. Other historic sites in the county consist of Old Davie School Historical Museum and Old Fort Lauderdale Village and Museum.
The city of Miramar is situated near transportation centres. In a half-hour drive of Miramar are two main seaports: Port of Miami and Port Everglades. Both are heavily utilized by cargo ships and cruise lines. Two main international airports, Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport and Miami International Airport, are also situated close to Miramar City.
Within the entire United States, Miramar is ranked as the 12th largest radio market and the 17th biggest television market called the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood media market. People of Miramar get their news from the South Florida-Sun Sentinel and The Miami Herald. The Spanish-language newspapers are El Sentinel and El Nuevo.