From the Mayor and Commission
Tuesday, March 24, 4:30 pm
Health experts warn that the Coronavirus pandemic is going to get worse before it gets better. Now is the time to do all we can to stop the spread in our community by social distancing and staying home as much as possible, even if you’re feeling well.
The City is doing its part to follow social distancing guidelines while continuing to meet your needs. While City buildings are closed, we are still working for you.
Need assistance with a building permit? Building department employees are available at (954) 597-3420 and Permit@Tamarac.org. Our ePermits electronic permitting system is always open for you to submit permits online, view plan reviews, pay permit fees and schedule inspections, when possible. Visit www.Tamarac.org/Building or call or email for details.
The City changed the schedule for community shuttle service and suspended fares until further notice. Effective today, the Red Route will operate Monday – Friday, from 7 am – 4 pm. The Red Extension Route will only operate on Thursdays, 9 am – 4 pm.
Playgrounds, basketball courts, fitness equipment, bathrooms and other amenities are closed at the City’s parks. However, the parks are still open from 8 am – 6 pm for passive use of green spaces and walking paths.
Don’t miss a beat in your exercise routine due to social distancing! Zumba classes are now being offered online on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings from 9:30 – 10:30 am. Just download the Zoom app to your phone or computer, enter the ID, 4027801889, and password, zumbalove. The instructor will authorize everyone starting 10 minutes before each class.
Public Services asks residents to follow normal restrictions on our weekly bulk waste collection for single-family homes. The allowed quantity is 3 cubic yards per week. Loose items like lumber and tree limbs must be cut, tied and bundled, so they are no longer than 4 feet and no heavier than 50 pounds. General contractors are responsible for the disposal of debris from their work.
For updates from Broward County visit www.Broward.org/Coronavirus, and visit www.BrowardSchools.com for the latest from Broward County Public Schools.