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555 S. Washington Avenue
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City of Titusville 2018 Annual Report (ADA)

City of Titusville, Florida
Gateway to Nature and Space
2018 Annual Report (ADA)

Aerial photo of a large group of bicyclists as they depart from Downtown Titusville on a bike ride.
A large group of cyclists depart from Downtown Titusville for a trail ride during the Blazing Trails event in February 2018.
City of Titusville
555 South Washington Avenue
Titusville, Florida  32796-3551

Honorable Mayor, City Council, and Residents of the City of Titusville:
It is my pleasure to present you with this Fiscal Year 2018 annual report, which provides you with a snapshot of our city and highlights activities and accomplishments over the past year. 

FY 2018 was a year of steady growth and improvement of nearly all economic indicators throughout the City of Titusville. Several manufacturing organizations have located or expanded their operations, among them are Paragon Plastics, Blue Origin, OneWeb Satellites, RUAG Space USA, Lockheed Martin, and Astro Pak.  Tourism and recreation have also seen significant growth with our Welcome Center averaging over a thousand visitors a month. Titusville was designated as a Florida official “Trail Town” and is the central hub for three state-wide bicycle and non-motorized vehicle trails. There are three new hotels which have been completed or are under construction, with additional properties under development consideration, to help accommodate the expected influx of recreational tourists, space rocket launch visitors and eco-tourists. Lastly, residential construction is hitting record levels not seen since the pre-2008 recession. The housing market in Titusville is steadily recovering, with property values continuing to rise approximately 6% per year. Our local economy continues a steady recovery with our unemployment rate dropping below 4%. 

Our city finances are beginning to stabilize after years of nominal growth. With this anticipated growth we look forward to addressing our long list of deferred city infrastructure projects. We continue with our road-resurfacing program that services a minimum of 6 miles of road per year. Titusville is also doing our part to help with the restoration of the Indian River Lagoon with multiple projects. We are upgrading the Osprey Water Reclamation Facility, assisting with the septic system conversion
to the City sewer system in select areas, and are in the process of engineering and installing six 2nd generation nutrient separating baffle boxes for the Main Street, South Street, Sycamore, St. Teresa, LaPaloma and Knox McRae basins.  

For several years now, city employees have been trained to use LEAN process improvement, finding ways to deliver efficient and exceptional service to our citizens. LEAN fundamentals are now embedded within our workforce culture.

With a talented and dedicated municipal workforce, and the continued support of our Mayor and City Council, I am confident that our future is bright and that 2019 will be another year of the continued resurgence of Titusville as the Gateway to Nature
and Space. 

For more info on what’s new in Titusville, please see the latest edition of our quarterly Titusville Talking Points magazine online at our website:

Photo of City Manager Scott Larese
William S. Larese
City Manager  

2018 Accomplishments

Goal 1. Quality of Life

Goal 2. Economic Development

Goal 3. Financial Stability

Goal 4. Efficient and Effective Services

Budget Highlights 2018

General Fund: $44,203,932


Property Taxes: $12,513,775
Utility & Franchise Taxes: $3,882,150
Permits, Fees, & Special Assessment: $4,953,093
Charges for Services: $4,097,542
Fines & Forfeitures: $353,931
All Other Revenue: $10,361,563


City Clerk: $591,221
Public Safety: $18,875,739
Public Works: $3,273,577
Community Development: $2,866,803
Support Services: $3,488,328
Non-Departmental: $14,204,986
Legal, Legislative & Executive: $903,278

Property Tax on a Residential Home in Titusville

Total Tax Bill: $1,982.77

This list describes what a homeowner pays in property taxes on a homesteaded property in the City of Titusville with an assessed value of $136,685 for all Brevard County Taxing Authorities.

(1) Adopted Operating Millage of $7.9517 and $0.3642 for Voted Debt Service Millage on Riverfront Acquisition Series 2005 Bonds less a $50,000 Homestead Exemption.
(2) School Board property tax amount is $136,685 less a $25,000 Homestead Exemption.

City Council FY 2018

Walt Johnson Mayor
Matt Barringer Vice Mayor
Dan Diesel Council Member
Jo Lynn Nelson Council Member
Sarah Stoeckel Council Member

Important City Numbers

Building Department 321.567.3760
Business Tax Receipts (Occupational Licenses) 321.567.3758
City Clerk 321.567.3686
City Hall Main Number 321.567.3775
City Hall FAX Number 321.383.5704
City Manager’s Office 321.567.3702
Code Enforcement 321.567.3770
Community Advocate 321.567.3689
Customer Service (Utility Billing) 321.383.5791
Economic Development 321.567.3774
Fire Department (Non-Emergency) 321.567.3800
Fire Public Education 321.567.3804
Human Resources 321.567.3728
Jobline 321.567.3731
Neighborhood Services 321.567.3784
Municipal Marina 321.383.5600
Permits 321.567.3759
Planning Department 321.567.3782
Police (Non-Emergency) 321.264.7800
Police / Fire Rescue (Emergency) 911
Solid Waste 321.383.5775
Stormwater 321.567.3832
Stormwater (After Hours Emergency) 888.399.1327
Streets Maintenance 321.567.3832
Water Field Operations (Water Main Break) 321.567.3883
Water Main Break (After Hours Emergency) 321.383.5657
Water Resources Conservation Program 321.383.5669
LED Sign Information 321.567.3689

Our Vision

Titusville is a diverse community of hometown neighborhoods built among natural treasures, fostering civic pride, family activities, and community

Our Mission

Through teamwork and leadership, the City of Titusville provides essential services to improve the quality of life of our community.

Our City

The City of Titusville was founded in 1867 and incorporated July 13, 1887. The city has a population of 45,325 and covers 30.49 square miles.

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