City Manager Updates

City of Titusville COVID-19 Update/SITREP as of 26-Oct-20 / 9 a.m.

As of October 25th 2020 at 9:25 a.m., there are 11,055  COVID-19 cases in Brevard County (11,001 Brevard residents and 54 non-residents). There are a total of 977 hospitalizations and 366 fatalities. There are 693 COVID-19 cases In Titusville.      

The health and safety of our Citizens and Staff remains the City’s top priority. During this public health emergency, the City has taken extraordinary measures to safeguard our employees while continuing to provide the high quality services our citizens demand.   With the issuance of Executive Order 20-244, The City resumed normal operations effective today. City Staff will continue to exercise the extra precautionary measures issued by our City Council Resolution and the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to help safeguard them and those with whom they come into contact during the performance of their duties. The city will continue to provide extra disinfecting cleaning for high traffic areas and touch points, protective face coverings, hand sanitizing stations, and encourage appropriate social distancing.   

As a reminder wear a face covering when not maintaining social distancing from other persons, wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, use hand sanitizers when washing your hands is not possible, limit touching your eyes, nose and mouth with your hands, avoid close contact with sick people, stay home when you are sick, follow respiratory etiquette by coughing/sneezing into you sleeve, and consider offering fist bumps, elbow bumps or other greetings instead of the hand-shake.

Parrish Medical Center is providing testing in North Brevard by appointment only.  You must pre-register at: http://www.parrishhealthcare.com/covid19registration or by calling 321-268-6139 or text “covid test” to 321-204-1699.

The UF/Brevard Extension Service is hosting farmer’s market where eligible residents can obtain CARES Act dollars for vendor purchases. Come early there is an excellent array of vendors with wonderful products.

  • Thursdays at Wickham Park, 2500 Parkway Drive Melbourne, 3-6 p.m.
  • Fridays at 3-6 p.m. across from at the Titusville Welcome Center on Stephen House Way and into the Commons Area Parking lot and downtown courtyards.
  • 1st and 3rd Saturdays at Riverview Park in Melbourne from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • 2nd and 4th Saturdays at 4220 Dixie Highway NE in Palm Bay from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Florida Department of Health Daily Report: http://ww11.doh.state.fl.us/comm/_partners/covid19_report_archive/cases-monitoring-and-pui-information/state-report/state_reports_latest.pdf

Florida Department of Health Daily Report by County: http://ww11.doh.state.fl.us/comm/_partners/covid19_report_archive/cases-monitoring-and-pui-information/county-report/county_reports_latest.pdf

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has created a frequently asked questions regarding COVID 19 domestic pets and animals.  Here’s the link to this website: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/faq.html#Pets-and-Animals

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a new website that features different approaches to Halloween activities this year. Highlights are of these recommendations follow along with the website link:  https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/holidays/halloween.html?ACSTrackingID=USCDC_2067-DM40330&ACSTrackingLabel=Tips%20for%20Trick%20or%20Treating%20and%20Other%20Halloween%20Activities%20%7C%20COVID-19&deliveryName=USCDC_2067-DM40330

  • When trick or treating or participating in other Halloween activities with people outside your household, wear a mask. You can make it fun by making your mask part of your costume, but when it comes to slowing the spread of COVID-19, a costume mask is not a substitute for a cloth mask. Also, do not wear a costume mask over a cloth mask. It can make breathing more difficult.
  • If you’re heading out to trick-or-treat this year, or planning to put candy out for trick-or treaters, remember to avoid direct contact with trick-or-treaters and give treats away outdoors if possible. Set up a station with individually bagged treats for kids to take, wash hands before handling treats, and wear a mask.
  • If you’re planning to participate in activities like decorating and carving pumpkins; visiting an orchard, forest or corn maze; attending an outdoor scavenger hunt; or hosting an outdoor costume party, remember to wear a mask, stay at least 6 feet from others who do not live with you, and wash your hands frequently.