Explore Historic Titusville is a resource that puts the city’s history, people, and memorable places at your fingertips. Discover the sites of Titusville’s long history—from its earliest Native American inhabitants, through its rough-and-tumble pioneering era, to its growth as a modern city with close connections to Cape Canaveral and the American Space Program. The available mobile app provides self-guided walking and driving tours that direct you to dozens of highlighted spots on the interactive GPS-enabled map, providing stories, historic images, and vivid narration at each location. The Explore Historic Titusville resource is brought to you by the Titusville Historic Preservation Board, the Department of State, Division of Historical Resources, and the State of Florida.
To request agendas, minutes or bylaws call 321-567-3778.
The Historic Preservation Board has seven regular members and two alternate members appointed by City Council to two year terms. Whenever possible, members of the Board shall be residents of the City of Titusville for at least one year. However, to meet state Certified Local Government guidelines, up to three of the seven regular members shall not be required to meet the residency requirements as outlined in Section 2-51.
The Historic Preservation Board serves in a design review capacity on all exterior changes to existing sites and structures, and new developments within designated districts.
The Planning and Growth Management Department serves as the staff liaison to the Historic Preservation Board and can be reached at 321-567-3860.