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Upcoming Events

Council Meeting
Feb 2 7:00 PM

Brooksville City Nights
Feb 7 4:00 PM 8:00 PM
Brooksville City Nights is an Evening Market on Main Street between Broad & Jefferson Streets, complete with arts, unique cuisine, vintage crafts, organic and local produce, entertainment, street vendors and much more.  You will experience a fresh market like none other!

Council Workshop
Feb 9 3:00 PM
Pension Workshop

President's Day Holiday
Feb 16 12:00 AM 12:00 AM
All Day Event
City offices will be closed.

Welcome to the City of Brooksville

City of Brooksville Seal

Steeped in history, Hernando County, Florida offers the best of both worlds; a small town atmosphere within easy reach of the metropolitan areas of Tampa and Orlando.
The County Seat is the City of Brooksville, a quaint town of approximately 8,000 residents.  With a historic museum, small art gallery, brick streets, a monthly farmer’s market, and merchants association the quaint City of  Brooksville provides culture, growth and opportunity for businesses, residents and visitors.

Click here to view the City of Brooksville 2013 Water Quality Report.


Click here to view the City's 2015 HOLIDAY GARBAGE COLLECTION!

Brooksville Celebrates Florida City Government Week!

October 20th, 2014 Brooksville City Council proclaimed the week of October 19-25, 2014 as Florida City Government Week in Brooksville.

In celebration, we created a overview of Brooksville featuring our hometown, improvements over the years, community events and our awesome staff.  We hope you enjoy the video as much as we did making it!

AT THE January 5, 2015, City Council meeting, proclamations in recognizing of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Day, Human Trafficking Awareness, the Hernando High School Lady Leopards Volleyball Team and Florida's First Responder Appreciation Week were presented.

Area residents were also presented with the Beautification Board's Annual Christmas Decorating Awards.

In the residential category, 1st Place went to Howard & Mary Pearson of 615 Garden Street, 2nd Place went to Robert & Rita Miller of 152 Highland Street, and Honorable Mentions went to Pearly Mae Delaine of 234 East Early Street, Jason & Stephanie Sager of 915 Hammock Road and Norman Tuvell of 516 Howell avenue.

In the commercial category, 1st Place went to Robert Smith, owner of Gallery of the Arts at 259 Howell Avenue, 2nd Place went to Coney Island Drive-In at 1112 E. Jefferson Street and Honorable Mentions went to The House of Passage at 5 N. Main Street, The Tilted Teacup at 103 S. Saxon Avenue, Town and Country Equipment at 937 E. Jefferson Street and Westover's Flowers and Gifts at 510 E. Liberty Street.

Watering Restrictions Print

Check here to determine your scheduled ONE DAY A WEEK outside watering requirements.  Watering Restrictions Flyer.

Red Light Camera Frequently Asked Questions & Video Print
FOR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ... CLICK HERE for Brooksville Red-Light Runners' Video
City of Brooksville Street Closures Print

The following are scheduled street closures:

Weekly - Main Street will be closed the 1st & 3rd Saturdays between Broad and Jefferson between 3:00 and 9:00 p.m. for Brooksville City Nights.

All times are approximate.  For further information, please contact City Hall at 352-540-3810.

City Advisory Board Vacancies Print

City Council for the City of Brooksville is now accepting applications from individuals interested in volunteering their time to serve as a member of the following advisory boards or commissions:

Beautification Board

Brooksville Housing Authority

Enterprise Zone Development Agency


City of Brooksville Red Light Safety Program Print



As part of our continued commitment to the health and safety of both our citizens and visitors, Brooksville re-launched its Red Light Safety Program. Red light cameras are currently capturing violations at the following locations:  
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