The program is designed to assist low-income homeowners of all ages with both interior and exterior minimum housing repairs.
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City Council Meeting will start at 6:30pm at City Hall in the Council’s Chamber on Tuesday, March 14th
Titusville Police Department Honors Verda Blackburn, Its First Policewoman, for Women’s History Month
In 1954, Verda Blackburn made history by becoming the first policewoman to serve in the Titusville Police Department.
Titusville's Blue Heron Water Reclamation Facility is experiencing problems with its high-service reclaimed water pumps, which has resulted in a temporary halt to the supply of reclaimed water to customers in the south end of the city.
City Council Meeting will start live at 6:30pm at City Hall in the Council’s Chamber
The boy's mother filed a lawsuit against the city in November 2021, alleging negligence for failing to properly maintain the sewage pipe and warn residents of the dangers caused by the sewage leak.
Agenda Items for the February 14th City Council Meeting, which will begin at 6:30pm at City Hall.
In a newly proposed City Ordinance, City staff are recommending new rules that will allow City Staff members and other the ability to trespass anyone breaking a list of proposed 'Facility Rules', that will include City-owned or leased property and parks within the City limits
A Development Review Committee meeting is scheduled for today at 2pm, where city staff will discuss two waivers for the site located at 2855 Cheney Hwy to construct a new Culver’s restaurant.
Eligible applicants can received assistance with insurance deductibles, removal of debris, interim emergency repairs, and emergency supplies to secure and/or weatherproof damaged homes.