Tuscany is a Homeowner Association Community built in 2005 in the city of Miramar, Florida. We are located off South University Drive and Miramar Boulevard.
We strive to keep a safe, clean, and beautiful community for our residents.
- Thursday October 26, 2023
- from 1pm -5pm
- Friday October 27, 2023
- from 9am - 1pm
- Monday October 30
- from 5pm - 8pm
Decal Deadline Is Approaching
Due to technical difficulties that the Lot Monitoring Company has encountered with their website many residents have not received a confirmation email when registering. It has been brought to our attention that the issue has been resolved!!! Therefore, everyone that has recently submitted their registration form WILL BE receiving a confirmation email within the next 24 to 48 hours. Please make sure to check your spam and/or junk folder. If you do not receive the confirmation email, you will need to RESUBMIT your application.
Keep The Following Information In Mind
You will receive a total of three (3) emails.
- First – Submission Confirmation Email
- Second - Approval and/or Denial Email
- If you receive a denial email, it will include the reason(s) for denial.
- Third - Mailing of Decal(s)
If you have any question(s) and/or concern(s), you may reach out to the Lot Monitor or the Towing Company at 954-325-1769 and/or email:
Make sure that you register for your parking decals by September 30,2023 with Lot Monitors. Please keep in mind that the gates will be CLOSED on October 1, 2023.
To check the status of your parking decal application you may ONLY text the following phone number: 954-543-1753. Please allow 24-48 hours for a response.
Absolutely no documents will be accepted via text!
City of Miramar - Events for February 2024
- City of Miramar - Commision Gala Saturday, February 3, 2024
- City of Miramar - Black History Month Events
- Miramar Police Department - Community Policing
City of Miramar Social Services - Focal Point Senior Center
- Adult Day Care Services
- Free To Residents Age 60 and Over
- Miramarvels Early Childhood Academy
- Senior Activities
- Youth and Family Services
- Ballroom and Meeting Room Rentals
Do Not Feed Wildlife!
Feeding wildlife can lead to several serious problems:
- Human food is not healthy for wild animals, and they do not need food from humans to survive. Wild animals have specialized diets, and they can become malnourished or die if fed the wrong foods. Also, animals cannot distinguish food from wrappers or foil and can get sick eating these items.
- Feeding leads to public health concerns. Too many animals in one place increases the chance of disease transmission to people and among other wildlife.
- Animals accustomed to people often lose their fear of people and can become aggressive. Those that become too aggressive may have to be destroyed to protect people and property.
How You Can Help
Many people enjoy living near and watching wildlife. You can help keep animals wild by keeping the following tips in mind.
- Do not encourage wildlife by feeding or leaving food for them.
- Don't allow bird food to accumulate on the ground.
- Don't place food scraps in gardens or compost bins and use a closed compost bin.
- Keep pet food and water containers indoors, especially at night.
- Use metal or durable plastic trash containers with tight fitting lids.
Thank you for your cooperation!
Our community is safe, quiet, and located close to parks, shopping, and easy access to major roadways.