- Operations Bureau
- Code Enforcement
As we age, we take steps to maintain and improve our health. The neighborhoods and structures in Titusville likewise, require maintenance to stay in good health as they age. Individual structures and neighborhoods that are not maintained, not only deteriorate beyond a usable point, they also cost citizens more money. Based on statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau, abandoned or boarded-up buildings nearby can reduce the value of a home by as much as 30.7%. The trash in a neighborhood can reduce values by 14.5%. Property values fall, vandalism and crime occur more frequently, and neighborhoods become noisy, dirty, and uncomfortable.
Individual Property Owner Responsibility
There is a simple solution to maintaining good neighborhoods - Individual Property Owner Responsibility. Unfortunately, many people are not responsible owners. That is why citizens band together to ask the government to create minimum standards for housing, yards, parking, etc. These standards protect surrounding property owners and tenants, who might otherwise suffer substandard conditions.
We hope that the information that we have provided on our site will be very helpful to you. If after visiting our site you still have some unanswered questions or even comments, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to working with you to make our community and environment a more beautiful place to live!
View more information on the new parking enforcement process.
The City of Titusville Code Enforcement is proud to announce that we now provide an online service, this service will enable citizens to search addresses for active and closed code enforcement cases. If you would like to send in a current complaint, you may register at https://www4.citizenserve.com/Portal/?installationid=403 . Additionally, you will be able to enter code complaints and attach photos.
PLEASE NOTE: Florida State law Chapter 162 has changed and effective July 1, 2021 our Code Enforcement officers are no longer allowed to investigate anonymous complaints. An individual wanting to file a complaint about a potential code violation has to provide their verifiable name and address.