January 2019 Titusville Talking Points — ADA Version

Januray 2019 Titusville Talking Points — ADA

[Front Cover – A kayaker traverses the Indian River Lagoon at sunrise; with City Seal, text, and graphics superimposed: Titusville Talking Points – January 2019; CNN names Space Coast in “Top 19 Places to Visit” — pg. 7; Save the Clock! Local Group Seeks to Save Downtown Icon. — pg. 12; Plus: Bay Towers Getting a New Lease on Life, Knights Armament Wins DOD Contract, and more...]



[Three photos showing council members being sworn in to office in council chambers.] Caption: On November 27, 2018, City Attorney Richard Broome administered the oath of office to returning Titusville City Council members Dan Diesel and Jo Lynn Nelson, along with new member Robert Jordan. Dan Diesel was then appointed as the city’s new Vice Mayor, replacing outgoing Vice Mayor Matt Barringer.


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      • Aero Electronics
      • Cumberland Farms - Titusville Point
      • Extended Stay America Hotel
      • Fox Lake Hammock
      • Brookshire Subdivision
      • Luna Trails
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      • Willow Creek Subdivision
      • South Carpenter Estates
      • Woodgrain Distribution
      • Hyatt Hotel
      • Durango’s
      • Courtyard By Marriott
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      • Beachwave
      • Titus Landing
      • Trail & Courtyard Improvements
      • Traffic Signal Box Art Update
    4. Page 5
      • Brooks Landing
      • Riverwalk Apartments
      • Titusville Commons Lighting
      • New Apartment Complex
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      • River Palms Condominiums
      • Antigua Bay
      • Forest Trace
      • Indian River Landings
      • Titusville Mall Auto Center
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      • Space Coast Makes the List! — CNN Travel names our area a top worldwide destination.
      • Waterfront Dining — Pier 220 opens on the river.
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      • Small Town Hospitality — New hotels coming to Titusville.
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      • Like a Phoenix — Bay Towers reborn as luxury apartments.
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      • Center Pages: Back in Time! — Local group Save the Clock works to refurbish a downtown icon.
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      • Protecting the Realm — Titusville-based Knights Armament wins $16-million defense contract.
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      • Walker Hotel Update
      • TitusvilleTomorrow
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      • Resilient Titusville — Planning for change in the years to come.
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      • Protecting Your Drinking Water — Avoiding backflow and cross connections at home.
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      • Mobile Titusville — City’s multi-modal transportation plan.
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      • Titusville Police Updates
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      • Titusville Fire Updates
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      • Murphy Oil
      • Towneplace Suites®
      • LeCrave - Titus Landing
      • Curaleaf Medical Marijuana
      • Pier 220
      • Optical Outlet - Titus Landing
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      • Big Joe’s BBQ Rib Shack
      • Titusville Mall Cinema
      • New Business Licenses in Titusville!


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    • City Boards and Commissions — Citizens needed for open positions.
    • Welcome Center Update
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    • City TV
    • City Social Media
    • Contact Numbers

Talking Points Staff: Jim Thomas – Managing Editor; Kurtis Korwan, Shane Daily – Layout/Design/Photojournalism


Cover Photo: A Day Away Kayak Tours in Titusville, just one of many popular attractions here on the Space Coast. (Photo: VisitFlorida.com)


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Where adventures converge | #LaunchFromHere


[Florida Trail Town logo]

[Map showing bike trail in North Titusville, highlighting the approximate locations of Chain of Lakes Park, Draa Park, Jess Parrish Court, Marina Park, Sand Point Park, Parrish Park, the Garden Street Bicycle and Pedestrian Bridge, Welcome Center: Pick up your cycle trail map!]

[Four photo collage depicting: woman horseback riding in a stream, young woman roller blading with others, bicyclists riding, young family pushing a baby stroller on a paved trail.]

Discover outdoor recreation and wild nature experiences — on foot, by kayak, on horseback, on a bicycle, on a fishing expedition, or with your camera.  Start at the Welcome Center in downtown Titusville. Get a map and hiking and kayaking tips for Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge and Canaveral National Seashore. Discover equestrian trails at Scottsmoor Flatwoods Sanctuary and Fox Lake Sanctuary. Ride our expanding cycling trails to Sand Point Park, Marina Park, Draa Park, Chain of Lakes and beyond. Check the space launch schedule and be here for the roar of a rocket launch. Adventures big and small launch from here.

Ride the Trails.

[Small map of Florida showing the trail stretching across the state.]

[Four photo collage depicting: geese in the water, a bridge, a night rocket launch, and boats in a marina at sunset.]

[Photo showing a man presenting the Trail Town plaque to Mayor Walt Johnson.]

[Coast-to-Coast Trail Florida logo]

[St. John’s River-to-Sea Loop logo]

[East Coast Greenway Alliance logo]

Converging Trails: Three major trails converge in Titusville, which was officially designated a Florida Trail Town in 2018

  • The Coast-to-Coast Trail is part of a 250-mile trail that will link Titusville with St. Petersburg. Titusville is the southern tip of the 260-mile
  • St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop. This merges with the
  • East Coast Greenway that is one-third complete along its 2,900-mile route between Maine and Florida.

Save the Dates:

  • Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival, January 23 through 28, 2019
  • Gear Up – Ride it Down February 23, 2019, in Titusville – Titusville.org/RideItDown

[T-logo] LaunchFromHere Titusville, FL

Learn more & share your adventure at: LaunchFromHere.com

Launch From Here is a local campaign created by the people who love to live here for the people who will love to visit here.

Like us: [Facebook logo] Facebook.com/LaunchFromHere

Follow us: [Twitter logo] @LaunchFromHere

[Titusville City Seal] Relocation information: EconomicDevelopment@Titusville.com, Titusville.com

[Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce logo] Vacation Information: info@Titusville.org, Titusville.org


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Aero Electronics

[Photo of an industrial building.]

Site plans are under review for a 10,000-square-foot addition to the existing building located at 411 S. Park Avenue.

Cumberland Farms - Titusville Point

[Aerial photo of undeveloped land at an intersection.]

Site plans have been approved for a retail gasoline store located at the corner of S.R. 405 and S.R. 50 as part of the Titusville Point project.


Extended Stay America Hotel

[Aerial photo of a construction site.]

Site and building plans have been approved for a 124-unit, 4-story hotel located at the southern terminus of Helen Hauser Boulevard, adjacent to the new Durango’s restaurant.


Fox Lake Hammock

[Google Maps aerial view of a plot of land, with a blue outline marking the boundary.]

Engineering plans have been approved for a 62-lot, single-family home subdivision located east of South Street, north of Fox Lake Road.


Brookshire Subdivision

[Photo showing a developer sign in front of trees: Coming Soon, from the $200s, 321-482-3228, Brookshire, D.R. Horton.]

Preliminary Plat/Engineering plans are under review for a 170-lot, single-family home subdivision located at the northwest corner of Garden Street and I-95, across from South Lake Elementary. 


Luna Trails

[Aerial photo of a construction site.]

Site construction continues and the structure is taking shape for an 84-unit, 3-story apartment complex located at the southeast corner of Sycamore Street and Deleon Avenue.


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Willow Creek

[Image of a site plan.]

Preliminary Plat/Engineering plans are under review for a 70-lot, single-family home subdivision located west of Grissom Parkway, south of Shepard Drive.

South Carpenter Estates

[Aerial photo showing site clearing and construction.]

Site construction continues on a 70-lot, single-family home subdivision located west of I-95, north of Fox Lake Road.


Woodgrain Distribution

[Photo showing construction at an industrial building.] 

Site construction continues on an 80,000-square-foot expansion to an existing business located at 1450 Shepard Drive.


Hyatt Hotel

[Photo of a construction site, with an artist rendering of a hotel superimposed.]

Site construction has begun on a 119-unit hotel, and a 2-story office/retail building at the corner of US 1 and Riverfront Center Boulevard (formerly Vectorspace Boulevard).



[Aerial photo of a restaurant under construction.]

Site construction is nearing completion on the new 6,600-square-foot home of Durango’s Steak House located along Helen Hauser Boulevard, south of S.R. 50.


Courtyard by Marriott 

[Photo of a parking lot with a building in the distance.]

A proposal has been submitted for a limited service hotel with a pool, restaurant and bar, to be built on the 18.3-acre parcel of land in Riverfront Center (formerly Vectorspace), the location of the former U.S. Space Camp and Astronaut Hall of Fame. The hotel will consist of 152 rooms and five floors, with an open deck on the roof.

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Beachwave Development

[Aerial photo of an empty plot of land.] 

Mr. Oshri “Mosh” Gal of O Wave, Inc. is proposing to construct a $3 million (approx.), 16,800-square-foot commercial building on the vacant property at the southwest corner of Garden Street and Indian River Avenue, behind Burger King. The building will have a 13,000-square-foot Beachwave retail store, a 3,800-square-foot restaurant, and a second floor open-air tiki bar and observation deck. The Titusville Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) has approved a $50,000 Permit & Impact Fee Grant to be paid after the building is constructed and occupied, that will assist the developer in offsetting the costs of building permits and impact fees to construct the building.


Harley Davidson - Titus Landing

[Aerial photo of a building nearing completion of construction.]

Construction is nearing completion on the new 10,000-square-foot Harley Davidson retail and service center. Work has now moved to the interior of the building which will be used for selling Harley Davidson brand motorcycle apparel and accessories, but will also house a small sales center for motorcylces. The dealership is an extension of Space Coast Harley Davidson, located in Palm Bay.

[Space Coast Harley Davidson logo.]


Trail & Courtyard Improvements

[Photo of a metal parking bollard with cars behind it.]

A total of 19 removable metal bollards have been installed on the downtown connector trail at intersections along Main Street and Indian River Avenue, and between Mariners Way and Nevins & Julia Court Yards. The bollards will be used to limit vehicles from driving on the trail and accessing the court yards making it safer for pedestrians and cyclists using these downtown areas.


Traffic Signal Box Art Update

[Photo of a metal traffic signal control box.]

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has given approval for the wrapping of eight traffic signal boxes located on U.S. 1 between Grace Street and Garden Street. The wraps will be installed on the signal boxes between December and January. The art wraps are the result of a partnership between the CRA, the Greater Titusville Renaissance, and the North Brevard Art League.

[Painting of a sea turtle.]


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Brooks Landing

[Aerial map depicting the location of a subdivision in red.]

Brooks Landing is a proposed planned development that consists of 71.7 acres. The proposed plan calls for 168 residential units along with some associated areas of open space and is located east of U.S. 1 on Jay Jay Road. Comprehensive Plan Amendment (CPA) #2018-1 is a petition to change the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use from Planned Unit Development (PUD) to Residential Low Density to allow for this subdivision.


Riverwalk Apartments

[Image of a site plan.]

A rezoning request is proposing a 213-unit apartment complex with a clubhouse and pool and other associated amenities along U.S. 1 about 1/2-mile south of Riveredge Drive. The proposed project 

includes multistory apartment buildings not to exceed 35’ in height. 


Rezoning request #4-2018 asks to replace the existing Multifamily Medium Density Residential R-2 zoning with the Planned Development (PD) zoning district. This is to increase the allowable density to 10 units per acre as allowed in multifamily medium density residential future land use.


Titusville Commons Lighting

[Photo of street lights.]

Fourteen new LED decorative light poles that are 34 feet in height have replaced the over 20-year-old light poles that were damaged by Hurricanes Matthew and Irma in the Commons parking lot. The LEDs will provide more light and will use less electricity than the previous light poles, making the Commons parking area safer for downtown visitors and more efficient for the City to operate.  Chrome Electric of Titusville was the contractor for the project.


New Apartment Complex

[Aerial map showing the location of a future development, marked in red.] 

A new apartment complex is being proposed for construction along U.S. 1 across from Parrish Medical Center. The proposed project will consist of 2- and/or 3-story, multi-family apartment buildings with a maximum height of 35 feet. There will be a mix of 1, 2, and 3-bedroom units. The site will include parking, utilities, stormwater management and comply with the Area of Critical Concern.


CPA #2018-4 is a petition to change the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use from Commercial Low Intensity to High Density Residential and Rezone it from HM (Hospital Medical) to R-3 (Multifamily High Density Residential). Public hearings are scheduled before the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council in January 2019.


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River Palms Condominiums

[Photo showing an empty lot along the river.]

Site plans are under review for a 100-unit condominium project consisting of two condo buildings and a recreation building to be located on South Washington Avenue, home of the former Howard Johnson hotel.

Antiqua Bay

[Image of a site plan.] 

A sketch plat for Phase 1 of Antigua Bay (formerly Sandy Pointe) was approved in November 13, 2018 by City Council for the planned community to be located along the east side of U.S. 1, north of Columbia Blvd (S.R. 405).


Phase 1 is a proposed 100-lot subdivision on approximately 62 acres of the overall project, which consists of approximately 345 acres and no more than 2,404 residential units, according to the Antigua Bay Development Agreement. The Developmental Agreement and Master Plan were approved on October 24, 2017.


Forest Trace

[Aerial photo of homes under construction.]

Construction continues on this 133-lot subdivision located on Sisson Road just south of San Mateo Blvd. The southern road of the development is almost completely lined with houses, and residents have already begun moving in.


Indian River Landings

[Aerial photo of completed homes and homes under construction.]

Eight homes have already been completed, and several more are under construction in this 22-lot, single-family home subdivision located on Riveredge Drive.


Titusville Mall Auto Center

[Photo of a building with a sign which reads: Titusville Mall Auto Center.]

Titusville Mall Auto Center is slated to open in February 2019 at the former Searstown Mall, in the location of the former Sears Auto Center.


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CNN Picks Space Coast as One of Their “Top 19 Places to Visit in 2019”


The Space Coast has long been a travel destination like no other, with its impressive waterways, beautiful beaches, and booming aerospace industry. This year, Florida’s Space Coast joins the likes of New York City and Lima, Peru on CNN’s “Top 19 Places to Visit in 2019.” Titusville, the Gateway to Nature & Space, sits proudly at the North end of the Space Coast.


Nestled between the St. Johns River and the Indian River Lagoon, Titusville is just a stones throw from other major tourist destinations such as Orlando, Daytona Beach, and Port Canaveral.


Titusville is home to Playalinda Beach along the Canaveral National Seashore. With its designation as a national seashore, this graceful expanse of sand and waves remains unscathed by development and exists in a spectacular, pure state with 24 miles of undeveloped, white-sand beach.

The Indian River Lagoon provides nature enthusiasts and eco-tourists with wonderful sights to behold, as well as a terrific place to kayak and enjoy all that nature has to offer. We also offer picturesque views of the Kennedy Space Center from across the lagoon, where thousands gather along the shore to view the awe inspiring rocket launches that you can’t see anywhere else.


The Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge houses some of Florida’s most delightful creatures. Each year, hundreds of birdwatchers and nature lovers migrate to the area to get a glimpse at Titusville’s wildlife population.


Three major multi-use trails converge in Titusville, which was officially designated a Florida Trail Town in 2018. The Coast-to-Coast Trail is part of a 250-mile trail linking Titusville with St. Petersburg. Titusville is also the southern tip of the 260-mile St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop. This merges with the East Coast Greenway that is one-third complete along its 2,900-mile route between Maine and Florida.


With such easy access to the Kennedy Space Center and Florida’s wildlife, Titusville really is the Gateway to Nature & Space. Come see why it attracts so many visitors each year, and why CNN picked Florida’s Space Coast as one of the best places to visit in the world.


A Brand New Waterfront Dining Experience

Pier 220 opens its doors to hungry customers.

[Photo of the Pier 220 restaurant sign.]


Seafood enthusiasts and casual diners alike have begun flocking to the new Pier 220 Seafood & Grill, which recently opened its doors New Year’s Eve at Veteran’s Memorial Pier, the former home of Crackerjack’s. Located below the A. Max Brewer Bridge, the restaurant is operated by local neurologist Dr. Sachin Shenoy, who also owns Orleans Bistro and Bar on U.S. 1 in Titusville.


The venue underwent extensive remodeling, removing the old tiki bar outside and replacing it with a more solid, covered eating area and bar. Inside, everything down to the plates and silverware is brand new. On the menu are such delicacies as Ahi tuna and coconut shrimp, or for land-lubbers, burgers, chicken and much more. There are also vegan offerings such as vegan tacos, veggie burgers and salads, and meal options for kids.


One local resident was glowing about the blackened salmon dinner saying, “My meal was prepared perfectly with the salmon flaking off, not overcooked, and just enough blackening.”


With regards to the service, the resident was equally glowing. “The service was very good. The owner was circulating around checking on patrons. Ally, our server, did have menu recommendations for us and was very prompt and courteous,” they said.


Online, the restaurant has received a score of 4.9 out of 5, and has garnered the recommendation of over 70 people on Facebook alone. Patrons have also taken to social media touting the quality of the establishment, with Leisha Stewart saying, “Awesome service! Great food and loved the view and water!”


Besides having a great view of the Indian River Lagoon, Pier 220 features live music for your dining pleasure. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, with inside dining as well as the casual outside tables and bar seating.


With the positive reviews on social media, Pier 220 is sure to become a local staple of dining and entertainment in no time.


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A Sonic-Boom for Space Coast Hospitality

Growth in local tourism and business brings new hotels to Titusville.

[Aerial photo of a hotel under construction; Insert of a hotel room.] Caption: Above — The new TownePlace Suites by Marriott® after completion. Insert: One of the many rooms inside the hotel.


Tourism has been a major part of the Space Coast’s — and in particular Titusville’s — economy for many years, with tens of thousands of people flocking to our community annually.  They come here not only to experience the rumble of rockets catapulting toward the heavens, but also to enjoy the wonders that nature has to offer at several wildlife sanctuaries that are all around us.


Since the early 2000s, hospitality chains have begun to realize the potential that our town has to offer and have begun building hotels here. There was a surge of construction along the I-95 corridor starting 

in 2004 with the Hampton Inn, then in 2008 with the Fairfield Inn & Suites, and in 2010 with the Holiday Inn — all located on Helen Hauser Blvd, off of S.R. 50. Now with the renewed focus on the space industry, increased investment in the area by private space contractors, the expansion of Orlando-area theme parks and the need for more hotels, as well as increased interest in ecotourism and bike trails, it is easy to see why Titusville is on the hospitality industry’s radar once more.


TownePlace Suites by Marriott®

The first of this new string of hotel construction began in 2017 when Hotel Development and Management Group (HDG) of Ocala, Florida laid the ground work for a TownePlace Suites hotel, part of the Marriott Hotel family. HDG saw the increasing growth of Titusville as the perfect opportunity to expand their business, and a groundbreaking was held on November 9, 2017.


“People are coming to Titusville to do business with the growing aerospace industry, out of town [patients] are coming to visit the Mayo Clinic, and out of town visitors come to experience all the ecotourism in this area,” said Navroz Saju, CEO and President of HDG at the groundbreaking. “They now have a place where they can spread out, cook their own meal, and see all the attractions and businesses in Titusville.”


Located on the part of Helen Hauser Blvd on the south side of S.R. 50, construction moved quickly on the 15,000-sqaure-foot, 112-room hotel.  Less than a year later, it is complete and open for business, providing comfortable rooms, a gym, pool, outdoor grill area, an outdoor fire pit, and complimentary breakfast. Inside, the rooms come equipped with kitchens, desks, and pet friendly options to cater to the needs of those who here for a short visit, or will be away from home for a while.

A Road Less Travelled

Before TownePlace Suites could even turn a shovel, the road leading to the developments had to be brought up to city standards.  The street was originally much shorter — ending at the two existing

hotels, the Quality Inn and the Days Inn — and was in much need of repair. As a condition to get approval for their development plans, the property owners agreed to the city’s requirements and invested in a complete renovation of the existing road, and then extended it further south. This extension allows for the development of other businesses, including a new Durango’s restaurant and

a new extended-stay hotel.

[Aerial photo of South Helen Hauser Blvd.] Caption: An aerial view of Helen Hauser Blvd., south of S.R. 50. The entire street was completely redone and extended to make way for the new hotels.


Extended Stay America

Another extended-stay hotel has broken ground in Titusville, right next door to the Marriott property on Helen Hauser Boulevard.


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A Sonic Boom for Space Coast Hospitality


The obvious-named Extended Stay America Hotel is part of a chain of hotels based out of Charlotte, North Carolina, which operates over 600 properties across the United States, consisting of over 69,000 rooms. This new hotel will be four stories tall and consist of 124 rooms, and feature the standard amenities.


But wait, there’s more…

This latest hotel boom isn’t over yet, because there are now two new hotels coming to Titusville. The first was announced soon after construction commenced at Helen Hauser Blvd. — a new hotel in the

Hyatt family of properties. In January of 2018, BBL Hospitality announced they would be opening a new 118-room Hyatt Place hotel along U.S. 1 at the entrance to Riverfront Center Blvd. (formerly Vectorspace Blvd.), adjacent to the Boeing facility.


BBL executives and city officials gathered on December 6, 2018 for the official groundbreaking, stating they were ecstatic to pick Titusville as the site of their next hotel because of its close proximity to Kennedy Space Center just a few miles away. As part of their plan and in keeping with the unique location, the hotel will feature a launch-viewing lounge where guests could gather and watch the

rockets’ red glare.


[Photo of a people shoveling dirt during a groundbreaking ceremony.] Caption: Members of local government join hotel executives in breaking ground on the new Hyatt Place hotel.


Company executive weren’t the only ones enthusiastic about the development.


“We’re excited about having this project happen here, as it’s an opportunity here in our city that will benefit both our businesses and our citizens alike,” said Mayor Walt Johnson. “We look forward 

to you being here and we know you will prosper in our community.”


The developers plan to open doors within the year, but as with any project, noted that setbacks happen. The finished project will include a pool and gym, along with free breakfast and the much-anticipated launch-viewing lounge.


…and more!

There are also proposals for a new Courtyard by Marriott to move into the area. The location being looked at is the site of the former U.S. Space Camp and Astronaut Hall of Fame, positioned along 

S.R. 405 at the gateweay to the Kennedy Space Center. The proposal is calling for redeveloping the two parcels of land that make up the 18-acre site.


The future of Titusville’s tourism and hospitality industry looks bright. With more and more development coming to the area, you can bet there will be more news to come.



[Photo of inside a hotel room.]


  • Budget Motel – 612 S. Washington Ave.
  • Three Oaks Motel – 707 S. Hopkins Ave.
  • Twin Palms Motel – 1301 S. Washington Ave.
  • Executive Garden Hotel – 3480 Garden Street
  • Wade’s Motor Inn – 1540 S. Washington Ave.
  • Siesta Motor Inn – 2006 S. Washington Ave.
  • Days Inn by Wyndham – 3755 Cheney Hwy (S.R. 50)
  • Hampton Inn – 4760 Helen Hauser Blvd. (north side of S.R. 50 near I-95)
  • Travel Inn of Titusville – 7503 U.S. 1 (south of Space Coast Regional Airport)
  • Casa Coquina del Mar Bed & Breakfast – 4010 Coquina Ave.
  • Best Western Space Shuttle Inn – 3455 Cheney Hwy (S.R. 50)
  • Ramada by Wyndham – 3500 Cheney Hwy (S.R. 50)
  • Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott – 4735 Helen Hauser Blvd. (north side of S.R. 50 near I-95)
  • Holiday Inn Titusville – 4715 Helen Hauser Blvd. (north side of S.R. 50 near I-95)
  • Quality Inn Kennedy Space Center – 3655 Cheney Hwy (S.R. 50)
  • TownePlace Suites by Marriott – 4815 Helen Hauser Blvd. (south side of S.R. 50 near I-95)



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Like a Phoenix

Oft-troubled towers to see new life as luxury apartments. 

[Photo of a condo building.]

Bay Towers — a name linked with devastation and hardship after damage from two hurricanes left residents homeless and in despair — looks to be rising again like the mythical phoenix from its own ashes. Signs placed on the fences surrounding the property give a new name and glimmer of hope to these buildings which have stood for over five decades: DREAM Space Coast, part of a conglomerate of real estate companies called Dream-Live-Prosper.


According to the website DreamSpaceCoast.com, the buildings are undergoing major renovations to return them to not only a livable status, but to increase their quality to be luxury homes for renters. The plan includes updating all the amenities and offering contemporary, resort-style living.


A Long and Unfortunate History.

The towers were built in 1965 and have operated under many names like Blue Beach Club, Imperial Towers and Bay Towers. It has been the home to many families over the years and has seen its share of problems. In 2008, a fire in the south tower caused significant damage to the building, leaving many residents without homes and embroiled in legal issues with the homeowners’ association.


For the next eight years, only the north tower had residents, until 2016 when Hurricane Matthew caused significant roof and other damage, making it necessary for residents to find move out. Code enforcement issues would ensue as the owners tried to comply with Titusville building requirements and make repairs so that residents could return. Seven months after Matthew, the property was sold from the Bay Towers Condominium Association to Everest Properties Capital Management, LLC, and repairs were made.

[Photo of damaged roof materials on the ground.] Caption: Damage to Bay Towers as a result of Hurricane Irma. (Photo: Florida Today)


In the summer of 2017, the north tower was once again reopened to residents, but that wouldn’t last long — Hurricane Irma would land yet another blow on the beleaguered residents of the building in September, leading the city to condemn the property.


Problems have continued to plague the property and the future of the towers has been up in the air for quite some time. However, according to the Brevard County Property Appraiser website, the buildings once again changed hands in August 2018, this time purchased by two entities: Delaware-based Charal Titusville, LLC at 65% ownership, and Florida-based Prosper Titusville, LLC at 35% ownership, for a price of $14-million.


What’s New for the Future?

According to the company’s website and social media, considerable investment is being made into the renovations. Prospective residents will have the choice of four floorplans available: studio one-bathroom, one-bedroom/one bathroom, two-bedroom/one bathroom, and two-bedroom/two- bathroom apartments.

[DREAM Space Coast logo.]


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Like a Phoenix


Apartment Home Finishings:

  • Large Balcony/Patios Perfect for Watching the Sunset
  • Dark Wooden Cabinets*
  • Granite Countertops*
  • Stainless Steel Appliances*
  • Smart Home Central Art Conditioning
  • Large 18x18 Designer Floor Tile Throughout in Both Towers
  • Designer Shower Tile*
  • Spacious Living Room
  • Washer/Dryer Hookups

*In North Tower


[Photo collage of: 1) Apartment living room; 2) Apartment two-bed bedroom; 3) Apartment hall leading to bedroom; 4) Kitchen and dining-room counter.]


Residents will also have access to poolside cabanas; where an indoor -outdoor connection creates a seamless transition between the resident lounge, alfresco gathering spaces and poolside retreat. There will also be a state-of-the-art fitness center for residents to keep fit and stay healthy. Also planned for residents is a theater room, that will give residents the chance to kick back on reclining chairs, unwind from reality, and enjoy movies and other entertainment.


Some of the other amenities include:

  • Gourmet Outdoor Kitchenette
  • Water/Rock Features
  • Movies Under the Stars
  • Valet Laundering & Dry Cleaning
  • FirePit Lounge
  • Tranquility Garden
  • Concierge Services
  • Water Front Living


[Graphics depicting one, two, and three-bedroom apartment layouts.]


[Photo showing the complex’s pool area at sunrise.]


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Save the Clock

Local Group Works to Get the Chimes Back in Time for New Year’s 2020.

[Graphic depicting a DeLorean automobile in front of the Old Walker Hotel]


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Save the Clock


[Photo of the old clock on the side of the old bank building.]


For two decades, Westminster chimes rang out every hour from the McClintock clock anchored to the corner of the old Titusville Bank and Trust in the heart of the city’s Historic Downtown. The sounds would echo for miles around, with a full melody played at noon. Then, 30 years ago, the clock fell silent — never to be heard again.


However, that will all change if the aptly named local group Save the Clock is successful in their quest.


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Save the Clock


The group, led by Steven Human, is working with Greater Titusville Renaissance (GTR) to raise funds to restore the four-sided timepiece located at the corner of Washington Avenue and Main Street.


“As a child growing up in Titusville, the clock was an important part of our youth,” said Human. “My Mother worked at the bank and we as kids would ride skate boards to downtown and spend our days at the shops. The clock let us know when Mom was going to lunch and when we had to be home.”


The clock’s restoration would be in conjunction with the work going on inside the bank building and adjacent Walker Hotel, where aerospace company Red Canyon is redeveloping the historic properties as part of their LaunchNow Titusville project. Red Canyon is supportive of the group’s efforts to restore the clock.


Support for the restoration of the clock has also been building through social media, with posts to the group’s Facebook page including positive comments from locals like Margaret Vessels, posting, Growing up off Garden Street, our family could faintly hear the beautiful chimes on a daily bases [sic]. And when I was older and worked at the Historical Courthouse, this clock would always be the ‘audible’ beacon in my daily routine!”


“It’s the heart of downtown Titusville,” was Rick Roberts’ sentiment on the group’s page, “Save the Clock!”


[Photo of and old building.] Caption: The McClintock Clock on the corner of the First Federal Savings Bank building, circa 1970s.


Manufactured by the O.B. McClintock Company of Minneapolis, Minnesota, the clock was installed on the corner of the then First Federal Bank building in the late 1960s. The McClintock-Loomis Company (1908 - 1917), succeeded by the O. B. McClintock Company (1917 - 1949), made large clocks for banks and other financial institutions. Typically, the clocks were mounted to the side of a bank building and often displayed the name of the institution. Many of these clocks had systems where a master clock inside the bank building controlled the outside clocks and chimes. There are several clocks similar to

ours in cities throughout the nation including Ocala, Florida; New Orleans, Louisiana; Angola, Indiana; Bar Harbor, Maine; and many more.


The original manufacturing date of the clock and the cost to restore it will only be determined once a clock expert conducts a full inspection. In order to facilitate the restoration, Save the Clock — in partnership with GTR and Playalinda Brewery — will hold several fundraising events throughout 

2019 to bring people out in support of their efforts. Ultimately, the group hopes to ring in 2020 with a dedication ceremony featuring the chimes of the refurbished clock.

[Photo of a clock on the side of a building.] Caption: The McClintock Clock as it is today.


“Bringing this clock back to life would help bring the historic downtown back to life and start a new generation of memories,” said Human. “We are hoping after completion we will start a new Titusville downtown tradition by having a family-style New Year’s street party with the clock chiming at midnight.


For more information, or to donate to the project, visit their website at SaveTheClock.org. You can also learn more by going to their Facebook page at Facebook.com/SaveTheClock.


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[Photo of a soldier with a sniper rifle.] Caption: The KAC M110 was adopted more than a decade ago and the Army just awarded a contract to acquire up to another $16.5 million worth of the rifles by 2024.

(Photos: Dept. of Defense)


By Chris Eger, Courtesy of Guns.com | Photos courtesy of the Department of Defense


The Army announced [Dec 2018] that Knights Armaments Co. was awarded a contract to continue to supply their M110 rifle to the service. The Titusville, Florida-based company was awarded a $16.5 million firm-fixed-price contract through the U.S. Army Contracting Command, Warren, Michigan with an expected completion date of Nov. 2024.


KAC introduced the 7.62x51mm NATO-caliber system in 2007 complete with a 20-inch chromoly 5R cut rifled barrel and it has gone on to see extensive use primarily with the Army but also the Marines and Coast Guard, though it is set to be augmented in coming years by the more compact Heckler & Koch G28.

[Photo of a sniper rifle.] Caption: The M110 sans its distinctive 14-inch suppressor.


Adopted by the Army as the Semi-Automatic Sniper System, or SASS, the M110 features ambidextrous surface controls, MIL-STD-1913 rails, and a two-stage match trigger. A companion suppressor system, which mates with the M110 flash hider and connects to the SR-25 gas block, is 14-inches long and gives the platform a distinctive profile.


The Marine Corps uses the M110 to replace some M14-based M39 and Mk 11 mod 1 rifles (older KAC SR-25s) as well as to complement the bolt-action M40A5.


[Photo of a soldier laying prone, aiming with a rifle.] Caption: The M110 SASS was adopted a decade ago to replace the Remington Model 700-based M24 Sniper Weapon System in U.S. Army service and is used by both snipers/spotters and designated/advanced marksmen.


The Coast Guard uses the M110 in counter-terror maritime security units.


[Knights Armament logo.]


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LaunchNow Titusville

[Aerial photo of the Old Walker Hotel and First Federal Bank buildings, with the LaunchNow Titusville logo superimposed.]

Construction work is resuming at the old Walker Hotel in Downtown Titusville as crews from Loyd Contracting enter phase 1 of the building’s renovation.


Phase 1 consists of structural rehabilitation, where work is done to shore up load-bearing walls and struts to facilitate the interior upgrades planned for the near-century old property. Work had been going on since Summer 2018, but time was needed to secure the necessary federal grants from the Department of the Interior as well as the North Brevard Economic Development Zone.


Now that financing is in place and work is moving forward, construction fencing will be going up soon around the property. Within the coming months, the new elevator shaft will be installed in the back of the building to provide easier access to the upper floors.


Micah Loyd, the lead contractor on the project, says the project is expected to be completed by early 2020.



2040 Comprehensive Plan

To view the draft plan visit www.titusvilletomorrow.com

The plan incorporates   the ideas generated during the Visioning workshops held in 2017.

The plan addresses three key areas of the City: the Downtown, the Waterfront, and our Commercial Gateways.  Strategies include opportunities to redevelop the downtown, enhancements along the waterfront, and urban design strategies along our commercial gateways.


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Resilient Titusville

[Photo showing groups of people in a seminar.]

Thank you to our residents who took part in the Resilient Titusville workshop on November 15th.  Staff from the City of Titusville and the East Central Florida Regional Planning Council worked with residents to identify and better understand the potential shocks and stresses facing the City in planning for coastal resilience due to sea level rise.

Additional opportunities for public input into the project will include an online MetroQuest survey (website below) and a final community workshop taking place on March 28, 2019.

Survey available online at Titusville.com/ResilientTitusville

[Resilient Titusville logo.]

Resilient Titusville funded by a grant awarded to the City of Titusville by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) as the lead agency for the Florida Coastal Management Program with funding from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).


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BackfLow Prevention & Cross Connection Control

You play an important role in ensuring the safety of your drinking water. Whether you are a property owner or a tenant, you need to recognize things that you may be doing that can adversely affect the safety or quality of your drinking water. Eliminating cross connections and opportunities for backflow events is one way to help ensure that safety.


A cross connection is a connection between the City’s drinking water system and any other system or source. A cross connection is the physical connection that is like a doorway into the City’s water system. An example of a cross connection is a customer connecting their well to their city water line in order to increase their irrigation system pressure.


Your drinking water flows from Titusville’s Mourning Dove Water production plant to your home or business. When flow is reversed so that it comes from your home or business into the water system, backflow is created. Backflow is the undesirable reversal flow of a substance through a cross 

connection and into the piping of the City’s water system.


If backflow is created and a contaminant enters the drinking water distribution system through a cross-connection, not only can the quality of water at that specific residence or business be affected, but also the water of all the consumers on the distribution system. To prevent contamination from backflow, all single-family residential meters are installed with a residential dual check valve assembly. Commercial and multi-family properties have commercial grade backflow prevention assemblies. Whenever you attach a hose to an outside spigot or modify plumbing you need to be aware of how you may be affecting the quality of your drinking water. Connecting a hose to an outside faucet and any other system or reservoir, creates an opportunity for contamination to backflow into yours and your neighbor’s drinking water.


Priming your well by leaving a hose connected between a hose bib and your well; connecting fertilizer or chemical sprayers to a hose end; and turning off a hose spray nozzle, while leaving the faucet open are all ways you can create a situation that has the potential for contaminants to backflow into your home and the water system.


Backflow can occur due to siphoning or back pressure. If the water system pressure suddenly drops, as can happen when there is a nearby main break or a fire hydrant is used, the vacuum created can pull the water from the hose along with any of the contaminants or chemicals you have connected to the hose into your home and into the water system. This is siphoning. If, for example, a hose is left connected to an open spigot, the pressure in the hose will equal the water supply pressure. If a large volume of water is used in the house, the pressure drops and the hose will contract, forcing water from the hose along 

with any contaminants into the house. This is back pressure.


Don’t risk your or your family’s safety. Avoid connecting contaminants to hose ends. Always turn off the water at the faucet, not the hose end. Never connect any other water source to your drinking water system.


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Multimodal Plan

The City of Titusville has kicked-off a Multimodal Master Plan to help promote connectivity and improve overall safety. Our goal is to identify several bicycle, pedestrian, and transit improvements within the City. Much of the plan will be influenced by input from citizens, business owners, and community representatives.

Take the survey at www.titusville.com/mobility and tell us what you think.

The Community Development staff and representatives from Kimley-Horn and Associates of Orlando want to hear from you! For more information, visit www.titusville.com/mobility to sign up for the Community Development Department contact list to receive updates on this project. Scan the QR code to the right to be taken directly to the online survey.

  • Visit www.titusville.com/mobility and sign up for email notifications about project updates, upcoming events, and to read and comment on draft documents as they are prepared.
  • Attend a workshop or community event. City Staff and representatives from Kimley-Horn of Orlando will be present at the events and meetings below. Come share your input!
    1. Let it Snow! - Friday, January 11, 2019, from 6:00pm - 9:00pm (Downtown Titusville)
    2. Gear up. Ride it down. - Saturday, February 23, 2019, sunrise to sunset (Titusville Welcome Center
    3. Public Presentation - Thursday, April 11, 2019, at 6:00pm (Titusville City Hall)

Help spread the word on social media and invite your friends and neighbors to speak out and support the Multimodal Plan.

[Mobile Titusville logo.]

[Photo of bicyclists starting off on a group ride.]


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Titusville Police Department

[Titusville Police logo.]

Promoting Teamwork within our community – 1100 John Glenn Blvd., Titusville, FL  32780 — PH 321-264-7800

School Safety

[Photo of a school bus with Titusville Police logo superimposed.]

The Titusville Police Department is continuing its dedication to the upmost safety for children coming to and from school by enforcing a “no tolerance” yearlong proactive enforcement detail in school zones, issuing educational public service announcements and disseminating social media informational posts. 


Officers are highly visible in school zones and motorists will be issued a citation when speeding in a designated school zone. This proactive citywide enforcement will help ensure that motorists slow down to the posted reduced speed limits in school zones, put down distracting devices and be aware that students are walking and biking to school, as well as entering and exiting school busses. 


Additionally, traffic officers have coordinated with the Brevard Public School Transportation Services to combat the occurrence of noncompliant drivers passing a school bus while picking up and dropping off children. Officers are riding on school busses and when a vehicle is observed passing the bus during that time, additional officers stop the driver and issue a citation. For the safety of children, it is crucial that every single driver, whether traveling toward or behind a school bus, must stop when the bus has the “Stop” sign extended and red lights flashing.

[Photo of a police officer using a radar gun.]


Public outreach through a “School Safety” public service announcement (PSA) was produced by the Titusville Police Department early in the school year that included several safety tips for motorists and pedestrians. Also, social media advisories and informational posts, which include reminders to motorists

to slow down for children and remain vigilant in school zones, will continue to be issued through multiple outlets.


Keeping our children and students safe is a community responsibility. The Titusville Police Department will continue this multifaceted enforcement detail throughout the remainder of the 2018-2019 school year.



[Photo of a police officer conducting a traffic stop on a white vehicle.]


New recruiting videos aid in search for qualified Officers, Dispatchers.

In an effort to find new qualified and professional police officers and 9-1-1 dispatchers, Titusville Police 

Department — in collaboration with the city’s Community Relations Department — recently created two recruiting videos and uploaded them to the city’s YouTube channel.


To watch these videos, visit YouTube.com/CityofTitusville.

[Graphic if a Titusville Police badge with text: Be The Shield.]

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[Titusville Fire Department logo.]

Titusville Fire Department

550 S. Washington Ave. — Titusville, FL  32796 — 321.567.3800

New vehicle will bolster Fire Department’s emergency response capabilities.

[Photo of a new TFD vehicle.]


Titusville Fire Department recently acquired the Rescue Squad Vehicle. This advanced life support capable vehicle will be utilized for EMS response and as a support apparatus on fire scenes. We are working to complete the compliment of equipment and add the final touches before placing the vehicle in service in the near future.


Special thanks to the Mayor, Council and City Manager for supporting the Department’s goal of continuing to be the leading provider of emergency services to the visitors and residents of our community.

Titusville Fire Department Statistics

Over the past five years our call volume has increased by 13% due to our expanded call area and growth & development in Titusville.


During the last 5 years the Fire Department has had three civilian fire fatalities. In the last three of those five years there have been no fatalities due to our continued Fire Prevention and Public Education outreach initiatives to our citizens.

Operations Statistics

YearFire CallsMedical CallOther CallsTotal CallsAverage Response Time































Total Calls






2013 = 7,742 Calls







Prevention and Public Education Statistics

YearSlip & Fall Citizens ContactedBicycle Helmets DistributedCar Seats Inspected (upon request)Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Detector Installs (upon request)


























Total Calls






Department prepares to implement new technical rescue program.

Rope rescue — just one of several specialized disciplines within the area of “Technical Rescue” — will soon be implemented by the city’s fire department, and rescue personnel are excited about the opportunity. After providing over 80 hours of training for each member of the department, and securing the necessary equipment, we will be developing standard operating guidelines to finalize the development of our rope rescue program.


Typically, having a Technical Rescue Team can be very expensive for smaller departments to maintain training and equipment.


Rope rescue is an umbrella term that includes different capabilities such as high-angle rescue, and low-angle rescue. These types of operations include patient packaging in a specialized litter, rappelling, rigging of rope systems to move persons from elevated platforms, and crane operations with an aerial device, to name a few. With the ongoing development in our area, and an increase in the number of buildings three-stories or greater in height, the chance of utilizing this training and rescue capability

has grown.


In the past few years, there have been more than a few situations when we could have utilized our aerial device to hoist someone from a rooftop down to the ground. Unfortunately, at the time we did not have the training or the equipment mandated to be able to do such a rescue safely and effectively.

That is now changing.


The department is proud of our members who have stepped forward to take on the additional responsibility and training to make this program possible. The men and women of the Titusville Fire Department remain committed to service excellence through recurring training, in order to ensure operational readiness when called upon, as no two emergencies are alike.


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Murphy Oil

[Aerial photo of a gas station with “Open for Business Stamp” superimposed.]

Murphy Oil has opened for business in the Wal-Mart parking lot area off of SR-50 and 405.


Towneplace Suites by Marriott

[Aerial photo of a hotel with “Open for Business Stamp” superimposed.] 

TownePlace Suites, a Marriott hotel located on Helen Hauser Boulevard, is now open for business.


Le Crave

[Aerial photo of a restaurant with “Open for Business Stamp” superimposed.]

Le Crave cafe is now open for business at Titus Landing, serving American and French cuisine.



[Photo of a white store with “Open for Business Stamp” superimposed.]

Curaleaf is now open for business in the downtown area at 200 South Washington Avenue.


Pier 220

[Aerial photo of a restaurant on a pier along the river, with “Open for Business Stamp” superimposed.]

Pier 220 is now open for business at the site of the former Crackerjack’s Restaurant under the A. Max Brewer Bridge.


Optical Outlet

[Photo of the outside of an eye clinic, with “Open for Business Stamp” superimposed.]

Optical Outlet, a new eye glasses and vision store, is open for business at Titus Landing.


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Big Joe’s BBQ Rib Shack

[Photo of a small restaurant, with “Open for Business Stamp” superimposed.]

Big Joe’s BBQ Rib Shack has now opened at 425 Garden Street, serving lunch and dinner.


Titusville Mall Cinema

[Photo inside a mall showing the entrance to a movie theater, with “Open for Business Stamp” superimposed.]

Titusville Mall Cinema is now open in the former Searstown Mall, in the location of the former Satellite Cinemas. The theater features $5 movies and is a Sub Run theater, playing films that have already been out for a few weeks.


Hopkins Avenue Street Paving

[Aerial photo showing street repaving work underway, with “Completed Stamp” superimposed.]

Street paving has been completed on Hopkins Avenue.


New Business Licenses in Titusville

[Photo of an office desk with laptop computer, coffee, notepad, clipboard, newspaper, and other office materials.]

  • ACR Solutions, LLC - Consultant 1525 Cheney Highway
  • Loyd Custom Marine, Inc. 3838 S. Hopkins Avenue
  • Master Construction Consultants, Inc. 2323 S. Washington Ave, Suite 102
  • Michael A. Smith 2323 S. Washington Ave, Suite 102
  • Performance Products 1200 White Drive, Suite E
  • Randall Elect. Contractors 3050 S. Hopkins Avenue
  • Timothy Hackney Heavy Equip. Repair 1975 Silver Star Road
  • TLIC The Salon 1543 N. Singleton Ave
  • Kathleen A Smith, LLC - Attorney 209 Harrison Street
  • Space Science Services 2323 S. Washington Ave, Suite 215
  • Lowe Electric, LLC 2323 S. Washington Ave, Suite 102
  • Pure Bliss Massage 835 Cheney Hwy, Suite B
  • Darbie Hamilton Massage 835 Cheney Highway
  • Florida Health Care Plan, Inc. 494 N. Washington Ave
  • Protek Nail, Inc. 600 Park Avenue
  • Salty Mermaid Spa, LLC 315 S. Washington Ave
  • Attention 2 Detail Cleaning Srvc 2323 S. Washington Ave, Suite 102
  • JT’s Total Home Improvement 2323 S. Washington Ave, Suite 102
  • FoneDoc Cell Phone Repair 3550 S. Washington Ave
  • Pure Convenience Concession 3550 S. Washington Ave


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Titusville Needs You.

Help guide our city into the future. Volunteer and serve on a board or commission.

[Photo of a gavel on a counter, with chairs in the background.]

  • Board of Adjustments and Appeals
  • Board of Trustees of the General Employees’ Pension Plan
  • Community Redevelopment Agency
  • Municipal Code Enforcement Board
  • North Brevard County Hospital District Board
  • Historic Preservation Board
  • North Brevard Economic Development Zone Dependent Special District Board
  • North Brevard Library District Board
  • North Brevard Commission on Parks and Recreation
  • Planning and Zoning Commission
  • Titusville Environmental Commission
  • Titusville Housing Authority

The City of Titusville has a variety of boards, committees, and commissions that discuss and make important recommendations or undertake special activities specific to the purpose of each board. The City’s boards and volunteer board members serve a critical role to the community and the function of city government.


The application and detailed information on each of the City’s boards, appointments, and vacancies can be viewed by visiting Titusville.com, the City Clerk’s Office, or by calling 321-567-3686.

Titusville Welcome Center Annual Update


Titusville Welcome Center Annual Update

[Bar graph showing approximate number visitors per month for 2018, with numbers on the left vertical axis and months on the bottom horizontal axis: January approximately 1,050; February approximately 1,300; March approximately 1,100; April approximately 1,150; May approximately 900; June approximately 1,000; July approximately 800; August approximately 900; September approximately 800; October approximately 800; November approximately 1,550; December approximately 1,050.]


[Line graph comparing 2018 (blue line) to 2017 (orange line), with numbers along the left vertical axis and months along the bottom horizontal axis: January 2017 = 0 / 2018 approximately 1,050; February 2017 approximately 850 / 2018 approximately 1,300; March 2017 approximately 900 / approximately 1,100; April 2017 approximately 850 / 2018 approximately 1,150; May 2017 approximately 800 / 2018 approximately 900; June 2017 approximately 1,000 / 2018 approximately 1,000; July 2017 approximately 800 / 2018 approximately 800; August 2017 approximately 750 / 2018 approximately 900; September 2017 approximately 300 / 2018 approximately 800; October 2017 approximately 650 / 2018 approximately 800; November 2017 approximately 1,000 / 2018 approximately 1,550; December 2017 approximately 800 / 2018 approximately 1,050.


Total Visitors Since Opening: 21,433


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[Titusville City TV logo] Caption: Watch live/rebroadcasted city meetings, Florida Sunshine Channel, special programs and more:

  • Spectrum Channel 498
  • AT&T’s Uverse Channel 99
  • Youtube.com/CityofTitusville


City of Titusville Social Media:

[Facebook Logo] cityoftitusville

[Twitter Logo] @Titusville

[Instagram Logo] @cityoftitusville

[YouTube Logo] CityofTitusville


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Important City Numbers

Building Department


Business Tax Receipts (Occupational Licenses)


City Clerk


City Hall Main Number


City Hall FAX Number


City Manager’s Office


Code Enforcement


Community Advocate


Customer Service (Utility Billing)


Economic Development


Fire Department (Non-Emergency)


Fire Public Education


Human Resources




Neighborhood Services


Municipal Marina




Planning Department


Police (Non-Emergency)


Police / Fire Rescue (Emergency)


Solid Waste




Stormwater (After Hours Emergency)


Streets Maintenance


Water Field Operations (Water Main Break)


Water Main Break (After Hours Emergency)


Water Resources Conservation Program


LED Sign Information


Important County Numbers

Brevard County Auto Tags


Chamber of Commerce


Department of Motor Vehicles


Florida Power and Light


City Gas Co of Florida


Social Security Office


Canaveral National Seashore


Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge


Brevard County Auto Tags


Chamber of Commerce


Department of Motor Vehicles


Florida Power and Light


City Gas Co of Florida


Social Security Office


Canaveral National Seashore


Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge


Brevard County Auto Tags



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[Back Cover: An aerial photo of a sunrise rocket launch near the ocean.] Caption: SpaceX launch from Cape Canaveral.

City of Titusville

555 South Washington Ave

Titusville, FL 32796