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Upcoming Events

Florida Blueberry Festival
Apr 23 12:00 AM 12:00 AM
All Day Event

Arbor Day Celebration
Apr 28 10:00 AM

Council Meeting
May 1 7:00 PM

Welcome to the City of Brooksville

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Steeped in history, Brooksville, Florida was founded in 1856.  In fact, some of our homes and structures are registered with the National Register of Historic Places and many date back to the 1800's.  And although we work hard to preserve and share our history, the City of Brooksville is progressive and is expanding to new areas.

Being a city within Florida's Adventure Coast, we have so much to offer, including downtown shops and eateries, biking and walking trails, local art and gorgeous family friendly parks for recreation. Whether a resident, business owner or visitor -- we hope you take full advantage of your time in Brooksville, explore some of our peaceful tree lined neighborhoods, tour our hand painted city murals, visit and learn more at our museums, dine at sumptuous restaurants and browse the unique local shops.

 
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Annual Florida Blueberry Festival - This year's event will be held April 22 and 23, 2017.  For more information, please visit their website here.

Annual Celebration of Arbor Day  The City's Beautification Board will celebrate Arbor Day at the Countryman Family One-Room Schoolhouse - 66 Russell Street, Friday April 28, 2017 - 10:00 a.m. For more information, please download the Arbor Day 2017 Press Release. 

 
Adopt-A-Street Print

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The City of Brooksville Adopt-A-Street Program recognizes the commitment of volunteers to keep our City’s roadways free from litter and debris.

Besides presenting a poor appearance, litter and trash can cause traffic hazards and affect drainage. Adopt-A-Street allows citizens to demonstrate community pride, make a positive statement for a clean, attractive community and help the city reduce costs. Individuals, community groups, business owners, schools, churches and service clubs are invited to participate.

For more information please download: Adopt A Street Brochure and Application Form

 
April is Autism Awareness Month Print

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City Council presented a proclamation recognizing April as Autism Awareness Month.  Special Olympics of Hernando County, as well as other individuals, were present to receive the proclamation and thanked the City and Community for helping to raise awareness.

 
Child Abuse Prevention Month Print

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A proclamation in recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month was received  by Janine Hammett, Program Manager of Mid Florida Community Services, Inc./Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) of Hernando County. Ms. Hammett thanked Council for the recognition and appreciates the community for raising awareness.

 
Children’s Week Print

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April 1 - 8, 2017 - The purpose of Children's Week is to create a shared vision of the State of Florida's commitment to its children and families and to engage in a long-term process to develop and implement strategies for moving the shared vision forward. Children’s Week has teamed up with more than 100 leading statewide businesses and non-profit organizations and hundreds of local organizations to expand the network of community involvement and education on a wide array of children and family issues at the local level. Members from the Hernando County Community Alliance accepted the Proclamation that was presented by City Council.

 
11th Annual City of Brooksville's Legends for Youth Baseball Clinic Print

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Saturday April 1, 2017 was the 11th Annual City of Brooksville's Legends for Youth Baseball Clinic in Ernie Chatman Field at Tom Varn Stadium.  The event was sponsored by CEMEX, and hosted with the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association and the Brooksville Park & Recreation Department. Pictured above (L-R) is Ben Shamblin and James Morris (CEMEX), Brian Tollberg, Mike Walker, Devon Thrasher, Jason Johnson, Betty Erhard (Brooksville Vice Mayor), Steve Schmoll, Rick Riechart, Richie Schienblum, and Mike Labanawski.

 
Water Conservation Month Print

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April 2017 - The State of Florida, Water Management Districts, and the City of Brooksville are working together to increase awareness about the importance of water conservation. The City of Brooksville and the State of Florida has designated April, typically a dry month when water demands are most acute, Florida’s Water Conservation Month, to educate citizens about how they can help save Florida’s precious water resources. Richard Radacky, Director of Public Works for the City of Brooksville, accepted the Proclamation on behalf of the City.  

 
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