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As Broward County residents become acclimated to life in Phase 3, the County released Emergency Order 20-27 to clarify local requirements.The County’s Emergency Order includes the following key points:• On-premise consumption of food and alcohol must end at 11 pm.• Restaurants may operate at up to 100% of indoor capacity as long as there is a minimum of six feet between tables, and no more than six people at a table.• Bars and other establishments that only serve alcohol must operate at no more than 50% of the posted indoor capacity.• Total combined occupancy of indoor and outdoor areas shall not exceed the existing total maximum occupancy.• Individuals may remove their facial coverings when working out at a fitness center or gym. However, facial coverings must be worn when not engaged in physical activity, such as moving between machines and around the center.• Permits hot tubs to open in homeowner association (HOA) communities, but operations are subject to more stringent rules that may be imposed by the HOA.To read the County’s Emergency Order 20-27 in its entirety, visit https://www.broward.org/CoronaVirus/Documents/EmergencyOrder20-27.pdf .City Parks and FacilitiesBeginning on October 5, playgrounds and outdoor fitness areas will open to the public. To ensure the safety of our residents, all equipment will be sanitized daily.In addition, the Sports Complex and Tamarac Park will return to regular operating hours, closing at 10 pm. Athletic field rentals will be available. However, picnic shelters will remain closed to rentals.The Caporella Aquatic Center is currently open on the weekends only, with the sprayground opening tomorrow, October 3. Starting October 12, the pool will be open seven days per week. The waterslide remains closed at this time. The City will continue to operate the fitness center at 50% capacity.The splash pad at Waters Edge Park will open on October 10 and will operate on the weekends only.City Recreational Programs• The City will continue offering virtual programming. Information on classes is available at www.Tamarac.org/Parks.• Adult Cornhole League registration is open, and the program is projected to start on October 9.• Registration for youth soccer and T-ball starts October 5.• The Fast Trac kids Afterschool Program will begin once school is back to in-person classes.• Swim lessons for children begin October 5. Those interested can call (954) 597-3660 to register.Red Route Extension Bus ServiceOn October 6, the Red Route Extension will return to Tuesday operations from 9 am – 2 pm.Residential Assistance ProgramsThe City is introducing two new grant programs to assist residents.The Emergency Repair Grant program will provide emergency repair assistance to homeowners experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19. Funds can be used for emergency repairs to the roof or any other component that an inspector deems necessary. Projects are reviewed and awarded on a case-by-case basis.Thanks to a partnership with T-Mobile, the City is launching The Connectivity and Technology for Employment Support program, designed to offer two years of connectivity technology to residents impacted by COVID-19. This program will support job and employment searches.The application window for both programs opens on October 13. To apply or for additional information, visit www.tamarac.org/housing.