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.
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The City of Titusville, Florida / Community Development / Planning / Land Development RegulationsLand Development Regulations
Regulations and Zoning - The City’s Land Development Regulations (LDRs) are used to establish specific standards to which all developments must meet. The LDRs are used to regulate property in terms of zoning; subdivision of land; provision of utilities; and procedures for legislative and Quasijudicial items, site plan reviews, subdivisions, and variances. Amendments to the LDRs require a public hearing before the City Council, and are adopted through Ordinances
Technical Manuals - In addition to the Land Development Regulations, the City has adopted Technical Manuals, which are used to provide technical specifications of development. These Technical Manuals are adopted by Resolution, and must be approved by City Council.
Online Code - The City relies on the Municipal Code Corporation (Municode) for codifying local ordinances and law online. Please note, by clicking the link below, you will be redirected to the Municode library for the City. From this library, you can view the Land Development Regulations and the Technical Manuals.
Code Update - In August 2014, the City Council directed staff to propose a strategy to update and improve the City’s Land Development Regulations (LDR) in Fiscal Year 2015. The City Council selected a hybrid approach which includes a Zoning Code update with some changes to the Comprehensive Plan. Through this process, with input from City Council and citizens, the staff created a more effective code by clarifying language, eliminating redundancies, and restructuring the code to follow a more logical order process. The changes were adopted by Council in Ordinance No. 27-2016 on October 25, 2016.
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