The CommUnity Advocate Spotlight
Gale Olivia Cunningham
President, Keep Miami Gardens Beautiful Advisory Board
Proud Cultures & Beautiful Neighborhoods
The beautiful tropical City of Miami Gardens is proud of its neighborhoods and the diversity of its residents. We are proud to be Florida's largest city with a majority Black population. Incorporated on May 13, 2003 as the 33rd city in Miami-Dade County.
The beautiful tropical City of Miami Gardens is primarily a single family bedroom community with lush tropical shrubs and fruit trees. It is also home to notable venues and universities.
The Betty T. Ferguson Recreational Complex is the hub a multitude of activities. Its features include: Amphitheater Auditorium Basketball Basketball Court Dance Studio Exercise Trail Fitness Center Football Field Meeting Rooms Soccer Field Swimming Pool Track Volleyball Walking Track
Nestled in the heart of Miami Gardens, Florida Memorial University’s history and traditions reach back to 1879. Our legacy of determination and accomplishment has made us the only historically black university (HBCU) in southern Florida. We are a culturally diverse institution, transforming lives and helping to create a future for people from many races, ethnicities, countries, religions, and socio-economic backgrounds.
Hard Rock Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins and University of Miami Hurricanes and many major events.
St. Thomas is a Catholic university with rich cultural and international diversity committed to the academic and professional success of its students who become ethical leaders in our global community.
Calder Casino & Race Track. Just north of the stadium. 1,100 Thrilling Slots. Electronic Table Games. Live Music & Bingo.
The City of Miami Gardens Focal Point Senior Center is designed to serve both independent and homebound seniors. Programs include recreational activities, information and referral, educational programs, legal services, volunteer opportunities, caregiver assistance, and Emergency Home Energy Assistance for the Elderly Program (EHEAEP).
Pristine Parks & Outdoor Spaces
Bunche Park; Named after historical trailblazer Ralph Johnson Bunche (1903-1971), an African American scholar, educator, Africanist, and diplomat, achieved national and international prominence in 1949 after negotiating armistice agreements between Israel and 4 Arab states, for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace.
Snake Creek Canal Linear Walking & Biking Trail is absolutely breath-taking. Watch the ducks and ducklings bathe and occasionally you'll catch a manatee cruise by.
Inspiring Pride in Our Beautiful, Vibrant & Safe Neighborhoods