Film Permits

A film permit is required to conduct a film, video or still photography shoot on a public right-of-way or other public property in the City of Miramar. 

The City of Miramar's Office of Marketing and Communications reviews and approves or declines all film permit requests; however, the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward Office of Film & Entertainment now processes all film permit applications. It liaises with City of Miramar to facilitate production needs, ensure compliance with City regulations, and provide important information to help keep film projects on schedule and on budget. The Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward Office of Film & Entertainment also provides guidelines, details, restrictions and recommendations for film permits. 

A film permit requires a Certificate of Insurance (COI) which includes the following details:

  • The name of the insurance production company.
  • The name of the insurance company.
  • A policy which provides at least $1,000,000 of Comprehensive General Liability for each instance of claim and 2,000,000 of General Agreggate Insurance.
  • If the company is using company owned vehicles, $300,000 Automobile Liability.
  • The statutory limits for workers compensation and employers liability.
  • The policy number and dates of policy coverage, including expiration date.
  • The following clause must be included verbatim under "Description of operations/locations/vehicles/restrictions/special items.": FOR GENERAL LIABILITY ONLY: THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER IS NOTED AS ADDITIONAL INSURED WITH RESPECT TO CLAIMS ARISING OUT OF THE OPERATIONS OF THE NAMED INSURED.
Please email or fax to 954-765-4681.

The certificate holder is:
City of Miramar
2300 Civic Center Place
Miramar, Florida 33025



Film permits in Broward County are free. Quick link to Film Permit Request Form.

City Fees
Depending on the size, scope and location of the proposed production, the City of Miramar may require applicants to pay fees consisting of:
  • City Facility/Park Rental Fees
  • Generator / Fire Inspection Fees
  • Parking Fees
  • Police Detail Permit and Service Fees

Timeline for submission 

Applications for filming permits must be submitted at least 15 DAYS PRIOR TO FILMING.  Previously submitted applications where there is rescheduling or addition of days are exempt.  However, a letter of notification is required.

Hours of Operation

The Office of Marketing and Communications is open Monday thru Thursday between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. 

Online Film Permit Applications

Film permit applications may now be submitted online through the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau. Use the link below and follow the instructions.

Apply online for a film permit now!

Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Film and Television Commission

Visit the the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward Office of Film & Entertainment website for more information on film permits.