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We have reading programs for all ages from toddlers through the teen years, as well as programs for adults and seniors throughout the year. We cater to the entertainment, cultural, research, and educational needs of our community through our services, resources and programs. Call 954-630-4372 for more information.
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If you are over 18, you may receive a free library card if you are a resident Broward County, you own property or a business in Oakland Park, or you are a student, teacher, administrative or support staff in Oakland Park schools or a library volunteer. Just bring a photo ID (driver's license or school ID), along with proof of your mailing address and you may check out materials the same day. If you are 16-17 years old, you are able to get a Library Card with your school photo ID and proof of local address. Children under 16 must come in with a parent or guardian to get a Library card. You can get your own card as soon as you can print your full name. Please call 954-630-4370 for more information.
We have 1 meeting room for the public to use. Our Marie H. Wright Meeting Room is available for public meetings. There are policies and procedures to use this room.
If you would like more information about these facilities, please call 954-630-4370.
Persons with concerns about an alligator may call the toll-free Nuisance Alligator Hotline at 866-FWC-GATOR (866-392-4286). Generally, an alligator may be deemed a nuisance if it is at least four feet in length and the caller believes it poses a threat to people, pets or property.
SNAP uses contracted nuisance alligator trappers to remove alligators from locations where they are unwanted or unwelcome. If a complaint meets the qualifying criteria, SNAP will issue a permit to a contracted nuisance alligator trapper authorizing the removal of the animal.
Complainants must be able to grant legal access to the property on which the alligator is located. SNAP does not permit the removal of nuisance alligators from private or publicly managed property without first obtaining permission from the property owner or management authority.