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The City of Titusville, Florida / Community Development / Natural Resources / Shoreline ProtectionShoreline Protection
The City adopted an ordinance to regulate development along the shoreline in an effort to better protect water quality of the Indian River Lagoon, as well as the shoreline and upland structures.
The Shoreline Protection Ordinance amends regulations applicable to bulkheads and seawalls; proposes alternative shoreline stabilization structures; sets forth standards for waterfront setbacks for septic systems and onsite treatment systems; minimizes automobile-related runoff near the water’s edge; and sets a limit on the amount of impervious surface allowed within a building setback from the water.
Adopted Ordinance #18-2018
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