The Management and Budget Department plans, prepares and monitors the City’s annual operating and 5 year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budgets; provides financial and budgetary information for the City Manager and all city departments; is responsible for policy implementation relating to budgetary practices and control; grant accounting, construction projects analysis and accounting; prepares 5 year revenue and expenditure projections; annual pension reports; and labor negotiations financial impact schedules. This Department also provides information to Miramar residents on budget issues and taxes. The City of Miramar has received the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) Distinguished Budget Award since 1990.
To provide budgetary, operational and management analysis to stakeholders in order to maintain financial stability, increase operational efficiency and sustain governmental accountability.
The Department of Management & Budget stewards timely, accurate, and complete information and analysis services, its members actively partnering with City leaders in guiding strategic resource allocation and development, fostering new initiatives, and supporting dynamic decision-making.
For information regarding a specific property, status of homestead or other exemption, or for payment of property taxes, visit the Broward County Property Appraiser’s website or call the Broward County Property Appraiser’s Office at 954-357-6830.
Budget reports, amendments, and summaries are available online: