Question: Why has the City of Tamarac allowed itself to deteriorate while the surrounding cities have made improvements?
In Tamarac it’s OK to have more cars than your driveway can accommodate
This remains an unanswered question due to the lack of response from city officials and/or their inadequate responses to the public. The city has been having community meetings with question and answer periods for the citizens, yet many citizens walk away feeling they’ve gotten nowhere with the issues they raise. Either excuses or no real responses are given by the Mayor, Council, or city staff.
The Broward Sheriff’s Office in this district takes pride in their service to the citizens of Tamarac. To better serve you, we encourage all residents, business owners & community leaders to complete the online BSO Citizens Opinion Survey. This survey is posted on our website at www.sheriff.org. Thank you & stay safe! Residents: This is […]
A message from Vice Mayor Michelle Gomez
A recent trend for house burglaries involves knocking on the front door and after no one answers, going to the back and smashing the slider glass. If you notice any suspicious persons or activity, report it to the BSO Tamarac district at 954.720.2225 or dial 911 immediately.
New update on the Chait’s and Prestige Homes
Newly elected School Board Member David Thomas visited Tamarac’s Challenger Elementary during their monthly SAC meeting held in May.
Do you drive north to The Walk in Coral Springs for coffee at Starbucks, or to dine in one of their restaurants? Maybe you prefer the Promenade in Coconut Creek where you can eat a delicious crepe, shop for clothes, or sit outside at Lime restaurant and people-watch? Soon, there will be no need to […]
Great news for the City of Tamarac. While attending Tamarac University this week, Public Works Director Jack Strain informed the class that they are negotiating a new garbage contract.
The City of Tamarac held it’s District 2 Neighborhood Meeting on April 6th at the Tamarac Community Center. District 2 falls under newly appointed Vice Mayor Michelle Gomez, whose district stretches west from the Sawgrass Expressway east to Rock Island Road.
The City of Tamarac held a neighborhood meeting at the Tamarac Community Center on April 14th inviting communities that border the Commercial Boulevard and Rock Island Corridor.
Many of the dog owners I’ve met on my weekly trips to the dog park are the friendliest people I’ve ever come across.
Why aren’t more people using public transportation in Tamarac? With gas prices at their highest in years, riding a bus is still not an option that many people will choose. Unlike other major cities in the United States, using a Broward County bus is not a dignified experience. One of the biggest problem are the […]