Last updated on May 23, 2023
The upcoming City of Titusville City Council Meeting, set to occur tomorrow at City Hall, has a packed agenda addressing significant community updates and proposals. The meeting will commence at 5:30 PM, with the second meeting beginning at 6:30 PM.
The 5:30 PM meeting will begin with special recognitions and presentations. May 2023’s Employee of the Month will be acknowledged, and the City Clerk’s Office will present an overview and public information video on their department. Following this, the meeting will hear from Olivia Escandell, Conservation Manager of the Restore Our Shores Program at Brevard Zoo, who will discuss the Brevard Zoo Pilot Seagrass Restoration Project.
Subsequent presentations will address an update on the City’s Economic Strategic Plan, research from the City’s zoning regulations related to transitional housing, and draft amendments to the City’s Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Regulations.
The 6:30 PM segment of the meeting will cover additional presentations, as well as updates from the city’s boards and commissions. The Titusville Housing Authority will reappoint three regular members, and will acknowledge the resignation of Commissioner Shirley Watson, effective May 12, 2023. The Titusville Environmental Commission will review a leave of absence request for Regular Member Michael Myjak.
Notable items on the consent agenda include the approval of a new Titusville Police Department vehicle, the replacement of the Programable Logic Controller at the Osprey Water Reclamation Facility, and the acceptance of a grant award from Jess Parrish Medical Foundation for emergency medical services equipment.
The City Council will also review several ordinances, including the FY 23/24 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Annual Action Plan and the 2022-2025 Local Housing Assistance Plan (LHAP) for the City’s State Housing Initiative Partnership (SHIP) Grant Program.
The evening will also see an annexation and small scale comprehensive plan amendment for Dairy Road Luxury Apartments. This includes a future land use designation change for approximately 15.08 acres of land at the northwest corner of the intersection of Dairy Rd and N U.S. Highway 1. This change was recommended by the Planning and Zoning Commission, which held a public hearing on May 17, 2023.
Old business will revisit an amendment to the City’s Parks and Open Space regulations, while new business will include an update on the Economic Development Strategic Plan and a review of the sketch plat for Verona, Village C.
The Titusville Environmental Commission will also recommend the City Council support $4.9 million in the state budget for the University of Central Florida’s Restore Indian River Lagoon Inflow project.
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You can browse the full Agenda Packet for both meetings below. Agenda Packets have all information given to the City council for each item on the agenda being discussed
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