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The Society meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month in the Palm Room at the Tamarac Community Center. New members are welcome. Call (954) 597-3990.
Issues can also be picked up at City Hall, the Tamarac Community Center, the Tamarac Library, Caporella Aquatic Center or online. Although Tam-A-Gram cannot be shipped to our residents out of town, you can call the Public Information Office at (954) 597-3510 to find out if you can get copies of the issues you may have missed.
Tam-A-Gram does not sell ads. To recommend a story, you may contact the Public Information Office at (954) 597-3510. Typically, only City-related stories are printed.
For residential property values call (954) 357-6831.
For condo and co-op property values call (954) 357-6832.
For commercial property values call (954) 357-6835.
For information about your tax bill or millage rates call 311 or visit the Broward County Revenue Collector’s website at www.broward.org/RecordsTaxesTreasury.
If you were towed from a City street or City property, you should contact Westway Towing by calling (954) 731-1115. They are located at 3681 W. Oakland Park Boulevard, Lauderdale Lakes, FL 33311.
Complaints about towing violations should be referred directly to the Broward County Consumer Affairs Division. Call (954) 765-4400, press #, then dial extension 9674 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Clerk of the Court’s website also provides extensive information about the resolution options for tickets and citations, as well as online payment option for some tickets and citations.
General information is also available at (954) 831-6565.
If your neighbor's tree is protruding onto your property, you can legally cut any part of any landscaping that is on your property; however, there is no legal requirement to cut a whole tree unless it is blocking a public right-of-way such as a street or sidewalk. If you are seeking to remove a tree, visit the Broward County Tree Preservation Program online or call (954) 519-1483 to obtain information about trees, the tree removal application process or to schedule a tree removal inspection.