ROAD CLOSURE NOTICE: S. Park Avenue at Smith Lane (south side of Smith) will be closed for TWO WEEKS starting October 15 at approximately 6 a.m. The road will be closed 24-hours a day throughout the time period. A detour will run through Smith Ln. out to Park Avenue and the side streets such as Rosella and Tudor.
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Board of Adjustments and Appeals
This five regular and two alternate member board is appointed by City Council. All members must be residents of the City of Titusville for at least one year and a registered voter at the time of their appointment. Members are appointed to two-year terms.
At least three (3) regular members of the Board shall hold expertise/experience in at least one of the following disciplines: a) a licensed architect, engineer, landscape architect or surveyor; b) a general or building contractor; c) a person associated with the building trades industries; d) a person having an education degree (bachelor or master degree) in urban planning or with a current American Institute of Certified Planner certification; e) a person with a minimum of ten (10) years experience in land development or the urban planning field; two (2) members serve from the public at large; and two alternate members may be appointed from the public at large.
This board hears requests for variances from the City Code (e.g. building setbacks) and appeals from decisions of the building official. The Engineering Services Department serves as staff liaison to the Board and can be reached at (321) 567-3756.
The Board meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 6:00 p.m. at City Hall in the Council Chamber, 555 South Washington Avenue.
Calendar EventsBoard of Adjustments & Appeals
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
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4th Wednesday of the Month at 6:00 p.m.
Board of Adjustment & Appeals will meet in the Council Chamber on the second floor of City Hall. (Read more)View All Calendar Events...View All Minutes...
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