Take Action to Preserve Miami Marine Stadium; Critical Funding has Expired

February 15, 2022

Since 2009 when the National Trust for Historic Preservation launched its campaign to save Miami Marine Stadium, thousands of supporters raised your hand by signing a petition or attending an event in support of reviving this one-of-a-kind structure.

Today, we’re asking for your help once again.

In 2016, the Miami City Commission authorized up to $45 million in revenue-bond financing to restore the stadium and improve the site. Since then, a world-class architecture firm has been hired, construction plans have been completed, and the process of selecting a contractor is at hand.

Unfortunately, the authorization for those bonds has expired, and the Miami City Commission will vote on February 24 whether to re-up their financial commitment to bring the stadium back to life.

Without this reauthorization, the stadium’s future will hang in the balance like never before. Public advocacy by supporters like you has been key at every turn of our campaign, and the stadium needs your voice now more than ever.

Join thousands of fellow stadium supporters by sending letters urging city leadership to reapprove this critical funding.

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