Martin Luther King Week – City Hall will be closed on Monday, January 21. Monday’s (1/21) pickup for garbage and yard trash will be on Tuesday (1/22). Tuesday’s (1/22) pickup will be on Wednesday (1/23). There will be no other changes for the week.
Despite government shutdowns, the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge visitor center is still open.
1100 John Glenn Blvd.
Titusville, FL 32780
Contact: Glenn Tolleson
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
The City of Titusville, Florida / Police / Code Enforcement / Mission, Goals, & Objectives Mission, Goals, & Objectives
The Code Enforcement Division performs field inspections on a proactive and reactive basis for site, utility, landscaping, and public nuisances. This division utilizes the International Property Maintenance Code, City of Titusville Code of Ordinances, and the City of Titusville Land Development Regulations, to improve the aesthetics and enhance the environment and character of the City with a concentrated efforts of the City's entry corridors.
Goals And Objectives:
Maintain a Productive Workplace:
Providing Training/Cross Training to promote a more productive and efficient workforce.
Contain Future Government Cost of Service:
Utilization of personal vehicles for patrol has effectively reduced the City's operating costs in addition to vigorous collection of fines and cost assessments.
Advancing Technology: Keeping up with the available technological advances, as they become available.
Position the City for Future Growth Opportunities:
Improving the aesthetics of the City through the use of Proactive Code Enforcement with a concentration on entry corridors will invite people to come visit, reside, or even open up a business.
Develop Long-Range Plans to Address the Aging Infrastructure:
Continue proactive site, landscape, utility, and code inspections through the use of the International Property Maintenance Code, Code of Ordinances, and Land Development Regulations with a concentration on Commercial landscape enforcement.
Educate the Public on What We Do:
Continue to provide brochures and web page information, and broadcast Municipal Code Enforcement Board meetings on Brighthouse Channel 199 and AT&T’s Uverse Channel 99 for public education.
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