Coral Gables News

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zucca dining

Business

Outdoor Dining Permits

Temporary outdoor dining permits end Aug. 31. Restaurants wishing to continue their outdoor dining must take several steps.

Outdoor Dining Permits
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bizup grant

Business

A Great Opportunity for Small Businesses

Apply for the BizUp Grant if your small business is making a big impact.

A Great Opportunity for Small Businesses
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green fleet

Environment

City Receives LEED For Cities Gold Certification

The City of Coral Gables has achieved LEED for Cities Gold certification.

City Receives LEED For Cities Gold Certification
cocoplum station 1

Environment

Projects That Benefit the Community

The City of Coral Gables earned an Envision Bronze award from the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure for Cocoplum 1 Pump Station.

Projects That Benefit the Community
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air potato leaf

Environment

No More Air Potatoes!

Collect air potatoes from the city and win a $10 Books & Books gift card!

No More Air Potatoes!
Bird Road Construction

Urban Development

Bird Road Construction

One westbound lane along Bird Road from east of Alhambra Circle to east of San Amaro Drive will be closed for storm water drainage improvements for the next two months.

Bird Road Construction
officer directing traffic

Community

Give us your feedback

We want to know your satisfaction with the city's police services.

Give us your feedback
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construction

Urban Development

Keeping It Beautiful

Every week the Public Works Department coordinates improvement projects throughout the city, from sidewalks and bridge repairs to greenspace maintenance and beautification.

Keeping It Beautiful
development service center rendering

Government

Coming Soon!

The new Development Service Center at 427 Biltmore Way will be a one-stop shop for all permitting, code enforcement, planning and zoning needs.

Coming Soon!
lamar louise curry park

Environment

Enjoy a New Floral Park

Lamar Louise Curry Park is now open to the public at 2665 DeSoto Blvd.

Enjoy a New Floral Park