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Upcoming Events

Founders Week
Oct 15 8:00 AM 5:00 PM

Founders Week

 


The Smithsonian’s Hometown Teams traveling exhibition
Oct 15 10:00 AM 4:30 PM

The Smithsonian’s 
Hometown Teams 
traveling exhibition

With Special Speakers

 

 

 

 


Cemetery Tour
Oct 15 10:00 AM 11:00 AM

The Historic Brooksville Cemetery 
Tour
October 15 & 19, 2019 

10:00 AM

FREE
Meet at the Cemtery
1275 Olmes Road Brooksville, Fl. 34601

 


Movie in Tom Varn Park
Oct 18 8:00 AM 5:00 PM

 

FREE

Movie in the Park

Tom Varn Park 
301 Darby Lane
Brooksville, FL

Featuring
Wonder Park


Welcome to the City of Brooksville

City of Brooksville Seal

Mission - The City of Brooksville's mission is to provide superior municipal services in a reliable, efficient, fiscal and socially effective manner, making Brooksville a desirable City to live, work and visit. 

Being part of the Florida Adventure Coast, the City of Brooksville has so much to offer, including downtown shops and eateries, biking and walking trails, local art displayed at City Hall, family friendly parks and monthly events. Whether a resident, business owner or visitor, we hope you take full advantage of your time in Brooksville and tour the hand painted murals while enjoying some of the peaceful tree lined neighborhoods or eat at one of the local restaurants and visit and learn more about the City history at one of the museums or browse the unique local shops.

 
Next Meeting: October 21, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. Print

The agenda will be posted when available.

Executive Session - 4:00 p.m.

Workshop - 5:00 p.m.

Regular Council Meeting - 7:00 p.m.

 
Margaret R. Ghiotto Residential Beautification Award Print

Beautification Board recognizes
the Tuttle Family for the Residential
Beautification Award.

10.07.2019 Beautification Board recognizes the Tuttle Family for the Residential Beautification Award

 

 

 

 

 

 

L - R Back Row Mayor William Kemerer, 
Council Member Betty Erhard, Vice Mayor
Joe Barnardini, Council Members Pat
Brayton and Robert Batista.
L-R Front Row Beautification Vice Chair
Kathy Middleton, Owners with family
Heather and Andrew Tuttle,
Beautification Chair Ronette Snyder.

The Beautification Board is appointed by
City Council and is responsible for the
beautification of the City of Brooksville
through education of the citizens,
utilizing contests, information,
award programs.

 

Interested in serving on the Beautification Board?

Download the Board Application

icon Advisory Board Application

 
Proclamation 10.07.2019 - Fire Prevention Week Print

Proclamation

  

 

 

10.07.2019 Fire Prevention Week L-R Mayor William Kemerer, Vice Mayor Joe Bernardini, Council  Member Betty Erhard, Fire Chief Ron Snowberger, Council  Members Pat Brayton and Robert Battista.

L-R Mayor William Kemerer, Vice Mayor Joe Bernardini, Council 
Member Betty Erhard, Fire Chief Ron Snowberger, Council 
Members Pat Brayton and Robert Battista. 

City Council recognizes the importance of
fire safety and security of business and homes.
Increase your safety by replacing old smoke
detectors and regularly checking electrical
outlets, smoke detetors, 
and other areas of
your home or business.  

 

For more fire saftey tips, visit 

National Fire Protection Association

 
 
Margaret R. Ghiotto Commercial Beautification Award Print

 

Beautification Board recognizes
The Mirador 
for the
Commercial Beautification Award.

10.07.2019 Commercial Beautification Award L-R Back Row Mayor William Kemerer, Council Member Betty Erhard, Vice Mayor Joe Bernardini, Ken McCullick, Council Member Pat Brayton. L-R Front Row - Beautification Board Chair, Ronette Snyder, Vice Chair Kathy Middleton, Owners Kala Johnston and Dr Gerald Johnson

L-R Back Row Mayor William Kemerer, Council
Member Betty Erhard, Vice Mayor Joe Bernardini,
Ken McCullick, Council Member Pat Brayton.
L-R Front Row - Beautification Board Chair,
Ronette Snyder, Vice Chair Kathy Middleton,
Owners Kala Johnston and Dr Gerald Johnson

 

The Mirador is a beautifully restored
Victorian 
Bed & Breakfast in the
heart of historic 
Brooksville, Florida
located at 302 South Brooksville Avenue.

 

For more information on The Mirador,
Visit the Website at:

https://themiradorbnb.com/

 

 
Proclamation 2019 Breast Cancer Awareness Month Print

Proclamation city of Brooksville, Florida

 

 

 
10.07.2019 Proclamation Breast Cancer Awareness L-R Mayor William Kemerer, Vice Mayor Joe Bernardini, Cindy Gandy, Council Member Betty Erhard, Rory Steele,  Linda Ges, Council Member Pat Brayton and Robert Battista.

L-R Mayor William Kemerer, Vice Mayor Joe Bernardini,
Cindy Gandy, Council Member Betty Erhard, Rory Steele, 
Linda Ges, Council Member Pat Brayton and Robert Battista.

At the regular City Council meeting on
October 7, 2019, City Council recognized
the Month of October as
Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

 

Each year, thousands of people are affected
with breast cancer. With regular check ups,
early treatment can improve survival rates.

For more information on breast cancer

 visit the American Cancer Society

 

 
Art Gallery Coordinator Open Position Print

Art Gallery Coordinator Notice of Open Position

 

 

The City of Brooksville is seeking a
dynamic and creative person
interested in serving as Coordinator
of the City of Brooksville Art Gallery.
The Art Gallery is centrally located in
downtown City of Brooksville at City Hall
and features a permanent collection
as well as exhibits of from local artist.

Down Load the Notice

icon Gallery Coordinator - Contractor Position

 
10.11.2019 PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER NOTICE Print

The Department of Public Works
has issued a precautionary boil
water notice for multiple address
for multiple addresses at

WESLEYAN VILLAGE, RANGE LANE, 
PAUL DRIVE, JOHN DRIVE, PASTURE LANE, 
LUKE COURT, PETER COURT,
REDBUD LANE, EPWORTH DRIVE, 
ALTERGATE DRIVE,
GOOD SHEPHERDS WAY and
CORTEZ BLVD.

For more information, download the public notice.

icon 10.11.2019 PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER NOTICE
WESLEYAN VILLAGE RAND PAUL JOHN PATURE
LUKE PETER REDBUD

 
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