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P.O. Box 2806 (32781-2806)
555 S. Washington Avenue
Titusville, FL 32796
Phone: (321) 567-3774
Fax: (321) 383-5700
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Economic Development

ATTN: Florida manufacturers - we need your input!

Undoubtedly, the COVID-19 crisis has created numerous challenges for local businesses. But the Economic Development Commission of Florida's Space Coast (EDC) and staff of the City of Titusville Economic Development Division, the North Brevard Economic Development Zone, and the Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce believe that, through cooperation and collaboration, manufacturing in Brevard County can be bolstered. As a significant first step, the EDC has developed a brief survey to determine your role in the component and parts manufacturing sector of the supply chain model in Brevard County.

Our apologies in advance if you have 
received  this request previously. We just want to ensure that as many local manufacturers as possible are being captured. The survey takes only a few minutes to complete, and your input is crucial. Thank you!

Small business owners can apply for up to $10M in federal assistance

Beginning on Friday, April 3, small business owners across the country with fewer than 500 employees can apply for up to $10 million in federal assistance through banks or lending institutions. Businesses can use the loan to cover payroll expenses beginning March 1, 2020, so businesses that laid off employees in the last few weeks can re-hire their workforce, and businesses who kept people on staff will not be forced to lay off employees. The maximum loan amount is $10 million, and the amount of an individual employee’s salary that is covered is capped at $100,000, so small business owners will be responsible for covering the remainder of a high-earning employee’s salary. The loan amount is also capped at 2.5-times an employer’s monthly payroll or $10 million, whichever is less. Money that isn’t used for payroll can be used for other expenses like paying rent or a mortgage. For additional information, please visit the Small Business Administration Paycheck Protection Program.

Read additional information on the PPP from our partners at the Economic Development Commission of Florida's Space Coast, and utilize these helpful links to learn more:

Helpful Info for Businesses on COVID-19 from the Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce!

The following information is courtesy of the Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce, on behalf of Chamber member, LegalShield - Judy Johnson. This is an available benefit for members to communicate with other members about products, services and events.
With the global spread of the novel coronavirus, we all must remain vigilant and attentive. LegalShield recognizes that during times of uncertainty, the need for sound legal help is more important than ever to the daily operation of your business. With an average of 22 years of experience, our knowledgeable law firms stand ready to serve the legal needs of your business and help you navigate potential legal concerns caused by COVID-19. Commonly asked questions around COVID-19's impact on businesses include, but are certainly not limited to:​
  • What are your obligations to protect your employees?
  • Should you revise benefit or travel policies?
  • What are your obligations to pay employees on sick leave?
  • If an employee is showing symptoms, can you force them to stay home?
  • Are you required to allow employees to work at home?
  • Are you responsible if employees are exposed to the virus while on the job?
  • Can you ask employees to get tested for COVID-19?
  • Do OSHA regulations and standards apply to home offices?
  • What are your obligations to an employee under government-imposed quarantine?
  • Can employees request sick leave to take care of family members?
  • Are there any new laws around altering your paid sick leave policy?
  • Can I file an insurance claim due to losses related to COVID-19 restrictions and closures?
  • I need help understanding new legislation around government relief efforts.
For answers to all of these questions and more, please contact Judy Johnson, Group Benefits Specialist, at 407.761.9059, or visit LegalShield today!

Titusville Metro Area Soars 47 Points in Milken Rankings
Lands at #10 for best-performing large cities

The Milken Institute Best-Performing Cities series has tracked the economic performance of US metros for two decades using job, wage and salary, and high-tech gross domestic product (GDP) indicators. Metros are ranked on their performance, while indicators help to identify the drivers behind their success or failure.

From 2018 to 2020, the Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) soared a whopping 47 points to land at #10 on the Best Performing Cities 2020: Where America’s Jobs are Created and Sustained. According to the Economic Development Commission of Florida Space Coast, the 2020 ranking solidifies the Space Coast in the competitive standings of cities such as Seattle, Austin, San Francisco and more. Read the 
full report to learn more!

Top 10 Best-Performing Large Cities

ADA Accessible VersionEconomic Development Department: Welcome to Titusville! On behalf of the city of Titusville, thank you for your interest in our community, We look forward to serving your needs and welcoming you to our business community.

Contact Us

Lisa Nicholas
Economic Development Director
(321) 567-3774 (direct)

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