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Youth Center indoor basketball update


Please note that access to the indoor basketball gym will be limited until April 15 due to our Children's Basketba…

Take the midwinter challenge


From now until Feb. 15, we invite you to take part in the Midwinter Challenge; a fun and free community race. Gather y…

COVID-19 vaccines


The City of Coral Gables Division of Emergency Management is coordinating closely with Miami-Dade County Emergenc…

City of Coral Gables small businesses receive grants


(Picture #1- Lleft to right:Diana Gomez, Noel Macchi of Blue Serenity boutique and Julian Perez. Picture #2: Left to r…

Dispatchers observe moment of silence


On Tuesday Jan. 19, dispatchers from Coral Gables Police department observed a moment of silence as part of the Presid…

City Hall lit up in amber


City Hall was lit in amber on Tuesday, Jan. 19 as part of a nationwide COVID-19 memorial to remember lives lost i…

CGPD's finest deployed to our Nation's Capital


This week, we celebrated the inauguration of America’s 46th President Joe Biden. We salute 27 of Coral…

Covid-19 vaccines


The City of Coral Gables Division of Emergency Management is coordinating closely with Miami-Dade County Government,&n…

Venetian Pool has reopened: open Tuesdays through Sundays 


From now until March 29, the Venetian Pool is open to the public from 10 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Tuesdays through Sundays…

City of Coral Gables among top 50 best cities in the U.S. 


Using over two dozen metrics related to affordability, economy, standard of living, and community, the website 24/7 Wa…

Register for Spring programs today!


The Community Recreation Department will be launching a variety of sports and athletic programs starting in January.&n…

Community Recreation New Year's schedule



COVID-19 Vaccine statement


The City of Coral Gables is working diligently to ensure our residents remain informed on the current COVID-19 vaccina…

Stay Safe and Keep Coral Gables Beautiful


As we continue to protect ourselves and others from COVID-19, it is important to remember to also take care of our environ…

City waste pickup service day change for the holidays


Do you get your garbage, trash and/or recycling picked up on Fridays? If so, please remember that since Christmas day …

Our Gables Our Parks: Marlin Park


Marlin Park, located in the southernmost section of the City at 6540 Marlin Drive, is a 0.44-acre park in the Kings Ba…

Park facilities operational hours


The Community Recreation Department wishes you much love and happiness this Holiday Season. Operational hours for park…

Holiday Park hours


With schools closed for the winter break, kids can unwind and enjoy much-needed playtime at Holiday Park, across from …

Schedule a Zoom call with Santa Claus


The favorite man of the season wants to hear if you’ve been naughty or nice — via Zoom. Schedule a 30-minu…

New home for Police and Fire Departments


. The Coral Gables Police and Fire Departments are moving from 2801 Salzedo to 2151 Salzedo St. Members of the…

Proposed zoning changes


The proposed changes to the Zoning Code regarding Miracle Mile and the Crafts Section have generated much interest. To…

Art projects in the City Beautiful


Available spaces along Coral Gables' iconic Miracle Mile have been converted into artist studios. The Coral Gables…

Important information for seniors regarding COVID-19



International coastal cleanup winners!


Congratulations to the winners of the Keep Coral Gables Beautiful International Coastal Cleanup co…

Do you ever wonder how our City drains?


On average, Miami-Dade County receives over 60 inches of rainfall per year. Events like tropical storms and hurricanes…

Celebrating Small Business Saturday


This Saturday, Nov. 28, the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce celebrated the 10th anniversary of Small Business Sa…

Our Gables, Our Parks: Majorca Park


        Another recent addition to the City’s park inventory is Majorca Park, located at…

Little free libraries are now available!


To inspire the love of reading, the Community Recreation Department has installed Little Free Libraries at Catalonia, …

Seeking migration stories for 'Illuminate' Coral Gables artwork installation


Artist David Gumbs is a multimedia artist from the Caribbean who is inviting residents of South Florida to participate…

Agenda subscription feature


In an effort to promote transparency and easier access to City Records, the City Clerk’s Office has introduced a…

A winning team


The Information Technology (IT) team was recently honored with several awards including State Tech Maga…

The Coral Gables Police Department welcomes new officers


L to R: Officer Alain Morency, Officer Lucas Rossan, Chief Ed Hudak Jr., Officer Joseph Baez , Officer Astrid Car…

Improving our infrastructure


The City recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the total renovation of Fire Station 2 and a new Trolley…

Coral Gables small business grants now available


Coral Gables businesses negatively impacted by COVID-19 can now apply for small business grants. The grants, with a ma…

Small Business Grants Now Available


NEW GRANT AVAILABLE Coral Gables businesses negatively impacted by COVID-19 can now apply for small business grants. We…

Our Gables, Our Parks: James T. Barker Park


The Community Recreation Department is proud to present the first in a series of features highlighting …

Basketball courts are back open with restrictions


Amendment No. 3 to the City of Coral Gables Emergency Order allows for basketball courts to reopen in o…

America Recycles Day


Celebrate America Recycles Day on Nov. 15 by taking the #BeRecycled Pledge! This Keep America Beautiful program is the…

Tracking Tropical Storm Eta


According to the National Weather Service's latest update Tropical Depression Eta is now categorized as a Tropical…

Be storm ready


One gallon of water per day per person for at least three days. At least a three-day supply of non-perishable foo…

Traffic lights alert


As we prepare for some inclement weather this weekend, we want to remind all drivers the following: if the traffic lig…

Tips to avoid flooding dangers


Do not walk through, swim or allow children to play in standing water. Puddles and standing water are full of hidde…

Hurricane prep tips for residents


Although Tropical Depression Eta is not a hurricane, it is recommended that residents be prepared by doing the fol…

Tracking Tropical Depression Eta


The City of Coral Gables Emergency Management is tracking Tropical Depressoin Eta as it moves in the direction of Sout…

Hurricane Preparations


We are in the middle of Hurricane Season. Residents who require evacuation assistance during a Hurricane Warning should re…

City Magazine latest issue now available online


Read the latest edition of the Living in the City Beautiful magazine, now available online. The Oc…

Pet-friendly parks are open for pets on a leash


We welcome you and your four-legged friends to more than 30 pet-friendly neighborhood parks and open spaces. Resp…

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