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Statistics   Household Characteristics
Population 29,685 (As of April 1st 2004, (BEBR))Racial and Ethnic Composition Hispanic 62.8% White, Non Hispanic 22.7% Black, Non Hispanic 8.8% Other, Non Hispanic 5.7%Income Median Household Income $53,060 Per-Capita Income $27,705   Total No. of Households 9,186 Median Year Structure Built 1993 Average Household Size 2.66Tenure Owner Occupied 56% Renter Occupied 44%Land Use Land Area 15 Square Miles Miles of Road Way 53.3 Linear Miles
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 Redistricting (Public Law 94-171) Summary File, Table PL1, Miami-Dade County, Department of Planning and Zoning, 2002. The income and housing figures are from Census 2000 Demographic profile data for Doral CDP.

Education   Economics
Public Schools John I. Smith Elementary School Eugenia B. Thomas Elementary School Doral Middle School Ronald Reagan Doral Senior High SchoolCharter Schools Doral Academy Charter School Ryder Elementary SchoolPrivate Schools Divine Savior SchoolUniversity Carlos Albizu University   Principal Taxpayers: % of Total Assessed Value PSBP Industrial LLC 2.58% Keystone ICP I LLC 1.96% West Dade County Associates 1.92% New World Partner 1.57% Koala Miami Realty Holding Co. 1.56% Fairfield Doral LLC 1.55% Flagler Development Company 0.87% AMB Property LP 0.82% KSL Hotel Corp. 0.81% Adler Office Assoc. LTD 0.76%Source: FY 2004 Miami-Dade County Revenue Collection


 Best City in Florida for Business Start-ups
by BusinessWeek

Named #2 of America’s Top 25 towns to live well for its cultural amenities,
environments, and highly educated workforce

Awarded Playful City USA 2010-2013

Awarded Tree City USA 2008-2013

Recognized for Performance Management Successs
by ICMA Center for Performance Measures

City of Doral Ranks 51st in Top 100 Places to Live
and Launch a Business in the United States

Named the Third Best Place in the USA to Retire
by US News & World Report

96.4% of residents would recommend Doral as a
place to live and work and 95.6% rated the quality
of life as good/excellence.

Doral Becomes One of Only Four US Cities with Platinum Certification from the World Council on City Data (WCCD)

“Excellence in Technology” Award in 2017

2017 SFDA Digital Advancement Award 

Click here to download copy of Doral’s updated brochure for 2013!


Major Employers

Over 150,000 employees come to work every day in our city.  Home to Fortune 500 companies and government headquarters such as:

  • PBS & J Inc.
  • Sears
  • Hellman Worldwide Logistics
  • Telefutura
  • Miami-Dade County Police Department
  • Miami-Dade County Fire-Rescue Department
  • Federal Reserve Bank
  • The Miami Herald
  • Walmart
  • Carnival Cruise Lines
  • Doral Trump Golf Resort and Spa
  • United States Southern Command
  • Amadeus
  • Univision
  • Perry Ellis International
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida
  • Brinks Inc.
  • Gold Coast Beverage (Pepsi-Cola)

Doral Facts

The City has established noteworthy accomplishments since its incorporation only 10 years ago.

  • World-class parks and cultural activities
  • 5.3% unemployment rate (June 2013)
  • Doral Trump Golf Resort and Spa is home to the famous Blue Monster and PGA Tournament
  • Over 50 Financial Institutions
  • 23 Hotels averaging over 85% occupancy rate
  • Over ten Colleges, Universities and Technical Schools.  Over 10 artistic-expression schools and multiple public, charter and private schools all having a grade “A” status
  • One of the first Building Departments in the region conducting electronic plan reviews.  Pioneered Early Start Permitting Program and Fire/DERM concurrent plan reviews
  • A board game, “DORALOPOLY,” was created by the S.E. FL Lions Club celebrating the City’s entrepreneurial spirit
  • Home to 14 of Miami-Dade County’s over 30 business parks
  • Census reports over 12,000 businesses-Doral Quick Facts US Census planned for the future
  • 30 Chambers and Business organizations in Doral

 Trade and Commerce

  • #1 City in Miami-Dade County with an average of 3,000 logistic related companies supporting        national and international trade
  • #1 Tile District in the USA
  • Miami International Airport named 1st  in International freight in the United States and 10th worldwide
  • Miami International Airport and related aviation industries contribute 282,000 direct and indirect jobs
  • Miami Free Zone offers over 850,000 square feet of duty-free warehouse, officer and showroom space for re-exported goods
  • The Port of Miami contributes over $18 billion annually to the local economy, and as the largest international container port in Florida, moved almost 1 million TEUs last year, accounting for billions of tons worth of cargo last year, representing approximately 180,000 direct and indirect jobs.

Source: The Jay Malina International Trade Consortium, (ITC), Beacon Council, Miami International Airport, US Bureau of Census 2000 population and housing expressed in 2008 data, ESRI forecast for 2008, Doral Circular Study 2007, Department of Labor, City of Doral Planning Department, City of Doral Business Census, Florida Custom Brokers and Forwarders Association, Doral Business Council (DBC). Figures may not add up due to rounding.

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