Municipalities and counties are required to adopt a Comprehensive plan. The Comprehensive Plan (PDF) is a document that contains 2 volumes:
Volume 1 contains the goals, objectives, and policies (GOPs) and a future land use map to guide the future planning of the City.
Volume 2 is a document that contains in-depth data and analysis.
The City of Miramar lies within Broward County, which is a charter county. This means that municipalities within Broward County are required to comply with County regulations. Broward County has land use authority over the municipalities within its boundaries which is administered by the Broward County Planning Council.
The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity: Community Planning, Development and Services is required to review municipal comprehensive plans.