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Hurricane season is June 1st through November 30th. Keep safe with early planning and preparation. Every resident and business should create a hurricane preparedness plan and share it with family members and employees.
Normal City of Tamarac business operations have resumed as of Thursday, September 29, 2022. The City of Tamarac continues to closely monitor the movement of Tropical Storm Ian. According to the National Weather Service’s latest update, Ian is now a tropical storm, centered southeast of Orlando. Winds continue to gradually decrease. Brief tropical storm force gusts are still possible in our area during the morning hours of Thursday, September 29, 2022. Fast-moving showers are possible on September 29. Low rain chances are expected through the weekend. Drier and not as warm temperatures are expected on Friday, September 30 and through the upcoming weekend.
City of Tamarac residents and business owners should be aware of the following:
Normal City of Tamarac business operations have resumed as of Thursday, September 29th.
All City of Tamarac parks will remain closed until Friday, September 30, 2022.
All youth and adult programs and classes will resume on Friday, September 30, 2022.
For updates regarding Broward County School closures, please visit www.browardschools.com.
Normal Waste Management collection operations have resumed. For real-time updates regarding your neighborhood’s residential sanitation collection services, please visit www.wmfloridastorm.com.
Throughout Thursday, September 29, staff will conduct a thorough sweep of the City to continue removing any hazardous roadway debris.
Please note that commercial and residential property owners are responsible for debris removal on private property.
To report storm debris on public roads, please logon to www.Tamarac.org. Click "How Can We Help." Locate and click the "Website/ Online Services" button to complete the online form. You may also call the City of Tamarac’s 24-Hour Emergency Line at 954-597-3750.
Power outages at your home can be reported to Florida Power & Light at www.FPL.com. Track area power outages at www.FPLmaps.com.
City of Tamarac shuttle bus routes and paratransit services resumed as of Thursday, September 29, 2022.
For Tropical Storm Ian updates visit the National Hurricane Center.
For helpful storm readiness tips, visit https://www.ready.gov/plan.
For City of Tamarac storm preparedness tips to use throughout Hurricane Season, visit www.Tamarac.org/EmergencyManagement.
Sign-up for Code Red Emergency Alerts to receive critical emergency updates via email, phone or text. The online registration form is available at www.Tamarac.org, by clicking the “Emergency Services” icon on the homepage.
Contact the Citizen Hotline for Tropical Ian updates at 954-718-1800.