Did you receive a stormwater assessment letter from the City that was hard to read? We are aware of the issue and sincerely apologize. Our printing vendor’s software experienced a glitch and the wrong font was used. The printing vendor is currently in the process of reprinting and remailing the correct letter at no extra cost to the City. You should be receiving a second, easier to read letter, within the coming days. Thank you for you patience and understanding. In the meantime you can visit http://www.titusville.com/Page.asp?NavID=1725 for more information.
P. O. Box 2806, (32781-2806)
550 S. Washington Avenue
Titusville, FL 32796
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The City of Titusville, Florida / Fire & Emergency Services / Injury Prevention & Public Education / Child Safety Seat Installation Classes--Reduced Cost Safety SeatsChild Safety Seat Installation Classes--Reduced Cost Safety Seats
Child Seat Information and Proper Installation Classes and
Reduced Cost Child Seats
The Titusville Fire and Emergency Services Department provides child seat information and proper installation classes to residents. This is a one and a half to two-hour class (scheduled by appointment only), which ensures that the seat is installed in your vehicle correctly to provide the maximum available protection to your child. For an appointment for this class, contact Fire Department Headquarters office at 567-3804. You must be a resident of Titusville to be eligible for this program.
Our department receives car seats through the University of Florida Child Passenger Safety Program to support the distribution of child safety seats at reduced costs for those who are considered by the federal government to be within the low or moderate income levels. Prices for these seats are $50.00 (qualification and cost is determined by the department’s Life Safety Specialist). Prior to receiving a reduced cost child safety seat, the caregiver must attend the information and installation class noted above.
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