Village Residents,

SEPT. 18, 2017

Our residents are asked to separate their hurricane debris. Keep your vegetational debris apart from any other materials. Please place debris curbside, without blocking roadways or storm drains. In the event of rain, blocked storm drains could cause flooding in your area. Please note that FEMA prohibits the collection of bagged and co-mingled hurricane debris, including leaves. Bagged debris will not be collected and should not be placed in the public right-of-way. Our debris company will make a total of 3 passes through the Village. If your swale area is too full, you can wait for the first round of debris to be removed and then bring out more. Thank you to everyone for your cooperation and help. Our clean-up process has started and we want to keep it running as smoothly as possible. Any residents that were impacted by Hurricane Irma can register for FEMA assistance here.

Welcome To Our Village

Welcome to the Village of Virginia Gardens. We are small municipality nestled between Miami Springs and Miami International Airport. This unique location gives our Village of approximately 2300 residents, a small town experience, with access to all the luxuries of a large metropolitan city. Founded in 1947, Virginia Gardens has grown from an area made up of farms, barns, and horse stables, into a modern community that many small businesses and major companies call home. Boeing and Pam Am have both made Virginia Gardens the location of their flight training schools. Televisa International, the largest media company in the Spanish-speaking world, also utilizes our Village as one of their headquarters. Our residents and Virginia Gardens staff work hard to maintain the balance between our quiet, shady, tree lined streets, and the rapidly growing urban area around us. Come visit our special Village and see for yourself.