Attention Tamarac Veterans
The City of Tamarac has established a “Veterans Honor Wall” to honor residents who have served in the military. This includes veterans either living or deceased, current Tamarac residents as well as those who have ever lived in the City. The Honor Wall is at Tamarac Veterans’ Park located at the corner of University Drive and Southgate Boulevard. The park is home to the City’s annual Memorial Day and Veterans Day ceremonies. The wall features the veteran’s name, rank, branch of service, and years of service. Panels 1-10 have been installed and feature the names of 1,000 Tamarac veterans.
If you are interested in having a name displayed on the wall, a simple application must be submitted to the Tamarac Historical Society for review. In addition, proof of Tamarac residency and proof of honorable discharge from the military are required. Applications can be completed by residents or their survivors.
The application form is available online here or to request an application form by mail, please call (954) 597-3621. You can also visit the Parks and Recreation Administration Building located at 6001 Nob Hill Road, or the Tamarac Community Center located at 8601 W. Commercial Boulevard. This is an ongoing project; however, we encourage the submittal of forms as soon as possible. At this writing we have collected the 100 names needed for Panel 11 which we plan to dedicate on Veterans Day 2019. We are now collecting names for Panel 12. Once enough names have been collected, we will be able to move forward with the addition of the next panel.
City of Tamarac is proud to be a Playful City USA Community!
The City of Tamarac has been recognized as a Playful City USA for the 7th year in a row! Playful City USA is a national recognition program honoring cities and towns that make play a priority and use innovative programs to get children active, playing, and healthy. The City of Tamarac is making a commitment to ensure all kids have access to great places to play!
Tamarac was named one of 250+ communities nationally to be a Playful City USA.
Sports Hotline in Service
A hotline has been put into service so that the public can call in for updated field and facility information. The number is (954) 597-3667. Participants can get field status each day and we will also include information about the gym at the Community Center. Field information will be updated by 4:00 p.m. each day.
The following classes scheduled time has changed temporarily. The new times are listed below:
Tamarac Park Aerobic fitness membership class
Starting Thursday, August 15 to September 26 - Walter will be having Salsa class at 7:55pmto 8:55pm
Starting Tuesday, August 20 to September 24 - Walter will be having Dance Fit class at7:55pm to 8:55pm
Art After Dark Trip Changed to Day Trip to the Museum
Please make a note that the Art After Dark adult trip scheduled for Thursday, August 22, 2019, has been changed to Day Trip to the Museum, Norton Museum, on Friday, August 30, 2019, with an estimated departure of 9:00 a.m. and a return of approx. 3:00 p.m. Cost remains $20/$30.