The City of Titusville, Florida / Emergency Management / City Manager Updates / City Manager Update 05/04/20 - 9AMCity Manager Update 05/04/20 - 9AM
The pandemic currently affects over 187 countries, with more than 3,321,402 cases worldwide, including 1,091,038 cases in the United States. There are 289 confirmed COVID-19 cases, and 8 deaths in Brevard County.
Mayor Johnson issued the third open letter to the citizens of Titusville on April 29th, 2020. Here is the link: https://www.titusville.com/news.asp?newsid=1514
The health and safety of our citizens and Staff is the City’s top priority. The City will begin reopening our facilities by using a phased in approach by dates. These dates are subject to change as conditions warrant. The health and safety of our citizens and Staff remains the City’s top priority. The City will take extra precautions during our reopening including issuing antibacterial/antimicrobial washable masks to all of our employees. There will be physical distancing measures in place along with extra disinfecting cleaning for touch points.
- On May 6th - City Hall will reopen to the public by appointment only. Masks will be issued for public entry. All other facilities will remain closed to the public.
- On May 11th – Our employees that have been working remote will return to working live. Vulnerable employees will remain on administrative leave until the State goes to reopening phase 2.
- On May 18th – City Hall and all City facilities will reopen to the public.
- On May 26 – Community Redevelopment Agency and Regular City Council meetings.
The target date for reopening of Brevard County Government facilities to the public is May 18.
Brevard County Emergency Operations Center is now at Level 2 – Partial Activation.
County libraries will begin opening in phases and in compliance with the Governor’s 25% capacity recommendation and CDC recommendations for social distancing and sanitization.
Brevard County - open excluding the area between Patrick Air Force Base south to Spessard Holland Park due to beach renourishment projects. This section will reopen on May 7th
Port Canaveral – Jetty Park remains closed.
Cape Canaveral – beach parking remains closed with the exception of Cherie Down Park.
Cocoa Beach – beginning today (March 4th
) beach access parking is permitted in the flowing locations: Fischer Park, downtown parking garage, 2nd
Street South (ADA crossover), Meade Ave (west of Cocoa Beach Pier entrance)
Satellite Beach – beach parking remains closed until May 15th
Indian Harbour Beach – beach parking remains closed until May 7th
Melbourne Beach – beach parking remains closed until May 15th
Playalinda – No update on reopening plans at this time.
The next update is Tuesday (5 May) /0900.