In the City of Titusville, it is unlawful for any person to drain or deposit onto any street, gutter, ditch, or body of water organic or inorganic matter which causes or tends to cause pollution.
It is also unlawful to drain or deposit into the City’s storm drains any organic or inorganic matter which causes or tends to cause pollution. Polluting matter includes, but is not limited to, the following:
Acids or alkalis
Antifreeze, and other automotive products
Lawn clippings, leaves, branches, etc.
Pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers
Petroleum products, including but not limited to oil, gasoline, and grease
Recreational vehicle waste
Toxic or poisonous solids or liquids
Additionally, it is also unlawful to wash any public or private streets, sidewalks or parking areas into a gutter, outlet or stormwater system, unless all visible debris and sediments have been removed prior to washing.
Violation of City Code could result in a fine not exceeding $500 or imprisonment for a term not exceeding sixty days, or by both such fine and imprisonment. Each day any violation of any provision of the Code continues could constitute a separate offense. (Section 16-15, City of Titusville, Code of Ordinances.)
NOTICE OF CUSTODIAN OF PUBLIC RECORDS: The City of Titusville has designated the City Clerk, Wanda Wells, its Custodian of Public Records pursuant to Chapter 119, Florida Statutes. Anyone wishing to inspect or copy public records consistent with Florida law should contact the
Custodian of Public Records at:
City of Titusville | Custodian of Public Records | Wanda Wells, City Clerk | 555 South Washington Avenue | PO Box 2806 (32781-2806) | Titusville, FL 32796 | Phone: (321) 567-3775 | Send Email: TBD
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