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The Veterans Affairs Committee consists of eight or more members appointed by the City Commission. Membership of the committee contains members from various veterans' organizations. Members must have served in a branch of the US Armed Forces and must have received an honorable discharge. The committee promotes and facilitates awareness among veterans of their rights, benefits and any other special needs; promotes programs designed to encourage public awareness of the role of veterans in the history of the United States; and promote patriotism. Please contact the Parks and Recreation Department at (954) 597-3620 to confirm the meeting schedule.
Broward County's Elderly and Veterans Service Division (954) 357-6622;TTY (954) 357- 5841.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs 1-800-827-1000.
To find information about Tamarac Board and Committee volunteer opportunities and download an application, call the City Clerk's Office at (954) 597-3505 or visit the City Clerk's webpage.
Regarding CERT, Community Emergency Response Team, please call (954) 597-3800 or visit the CERT webpage.
Regarding volunteering for COP, Citizen Observer Patrol with BSO-Tamarac, call (954) 720-2239.
To volunteer for the Tamarac Historical Society call (954) 597-3990.
Visit www.handsonbroward.org to find other volunteer opportunities in Broward County.
Residents may register with the program at www.broward.org/atrisk or by calling (954) 831-4000;TTY (954) 831-3940. Only those needing special assistance should register.
Residents with special medical needs should call (954) 357-6385 or TTY (954) 357-5608 to register for the Special Needs Shelter. Documentation and a medical review must be provided in advance to ensure the shelter can meet those needs.