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Historic Preservation Board
2018 Historic Preservation Workshop Presentations
For copies of the presentations below please contact Tim Ford at 321-567-3860 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Historic Rehab of the Bank of Titusville and the Walker Apartment Building for Launch Now
- Ad Valorem Tax Exemption for Historic Properties
- A Case Study for Rehabilitation VS Restoration - Case Study #1
- Case Study #2 - Pritchard House Restoration
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 (1) year. However, to meet state Certified Local Government guidelines, up to three (3) of the seven (7) regular members shall not be required to meet the residency requirements as outlined in Section 2-51.
Titusville Historic Structures Story Map
For copies of the Titusville Historic Preservation Plan please contact Tim Ford at 321-567-3860 or email@example.com.
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.
Historic Designation FAQs
The Historic Preservation Board meets once a month on the 1st Monday at 1 p.m. at City Hall in the Council Chamber, 555 South Washington Avenue, Titusville, Florida.
The Planning and Growth Management Department serves as the staff liaison to the Historic Preservation Board and can be reached at (321) 567-3778.
To request agendas or minutes please call (321) 567-3778.
Ad Valorem Property Tax Exemption Program for Historic Structures
The City of Titusville has created an ad valorem tax exemption for qualifying improvements of properties designated on Titusville’s Register of Historic Places. The exemption program was adopted by City Council on January 9, 2018. The tax exemption program provides a positive financial incentive for local designation of historic structures; encourages rehabilitation/restoration of locally designated historic structures; stabilizes and improves property values; and improves the appearance of designated structures, revitalizing neighborhoods within the City. For more information about the program please contact Tim Ford at 321-567-3860 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Ad Valorem Property Tax Exemption Application and Process Steps can be found at the following links:
The Secretary of the Interior’s Standards
The Secretary of the Department of the Interior has a series of Standards to abide by regarding the maintenance, replacement, and repairing of historic materials, as well as the design of new additions and alterations to a property.
In addition, there are also Department of the Interior guidelines that recommend how the Standards can be applied to a specific property when it comes to design and technical treatment. Together, they serve as a frame of reference in the decision-making process about the changes to a historic property.
These Standards and Guidelines cover historic properties of all types, materials, sizes, construction styles, and uses (both interior and exterior). They can be applied to a property’s landscape features, environment, site, or other related new construction as well.
There are four specific, but interrelated approaches to the treatment of historic properties: preservation, rehabilitation, restoration, and reconstruction. Each has its own set of Standards and Guidelines, which you can find here.
Local Historic Designations
For a copy of the local historic resource nomination form please contact Tim Ford at 321-567-3860 or email@example.com or click on the following links:
Certified Local Government (CLG) Program
On September 14, 2015 the City of Titusville was approved to become a Certified Local Government (CLG). The CLG Program is a partnership between federal, state, and local government to help communities save the irreplaceable historic character of places across the country. To learn more please visit the webpages of the Florida Division of Historical Resources and the National Park Service.
Titusville's Local Historic Designations
- St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church - 414 Pine Street
- The Brady House - 602 Indian River Avenue
- The Judge Carlton House - 820 Indian River Avenue
- The Dobson House - 902 Indian River Avenue
- The Conklin House - 1120 Riverside Drive
- The Pritchard House - 424 South Washington Avenue
- The Carter House - 126 Grannis Avenue
- The Duran Building - 214 Julia Street
- The Norwood's Home - 715 Tropic Street
- Hill Hotel Apartments - 422 Julia Street
- Hill's Grocery & Lunch Store - 428 Julia Street
- Gibson-Rivers house - 723 Palm Avenue
For more information about these properties please contact Tim Ford at 321-567-3860 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Calendar EventsHistoric Preservation Board
Monday, February 03, 2020
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1st Monday of the month at 1:00 p.m.
Historic Preservation Board will meet in the Council Chamber on the second floor of City Hall. (Read more)View All Calendar Events...