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Upcoming Events

Special Master Hearing
Sep 26 1:00 PM

Council Meeting
Oct 2 7:00 PM

City of Brooksville Founder's Week
Oct 14 12:00 AM 12:00 AM
All Day Event

Volunteer City Advisory Board Openings Print

Please volunteer and get involved in your community!  The 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:

Brooksville Housing Authority Board - one alternate position (four year term of office) through 2021

NOTE: To apply for a board position, please download and complete the Advisory Board ApplicationYou may enclose a resume with your application; however a resume without the application will not be accepted. A criminal background check is completed on all applicants prior to submission to the City Council for appointment. Should you need anything further, and/or to submit your application, please contact: Jennifer Battista, Acting Deputy City Clerk - 352-540-3813 or jbattista@cityofbrooksville.us

 
July is Parks and Recreation Month Print

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At their meeting on July 6, 2017, City Council declared July as "Parks and Recreation Month" within the City of Brooksville.  Parks Director, Mike Walker, along with Parks staff and several "friends of the park" where on hand to receive the proclamation.

 
Council honors Jerome Brown and Augustus Brown Print

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At their meeting on June 19, 2017, City Council honored the memory of Brooksville natives, Jerome Brown and Augustus Brown, who both passed away tragically on June 25, 1992, 25 years ago.   After graduating from Hernando High, where Jerome achieved many athletic awards in three sports, he was a star player with the University of Miami and inducted into their football Hall of Fame.  Being a first round (ninth pick overall) NFL draft pick in 1987, he played for the Philadelphia Eagles.  Jerome Brown was a star player for the Eagles, a beloved teammate and made his hometown Brooksville proud.  The proclamation was presented to Jerome's sister, Cynthia Jackson, surrounded by many friends and family members.

 
Moton High School Reunion - Classes of 1942 - 1968 Print

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Moton High School's graduating classes of 1942 - 1968 will be holding their annual reunion from June 23 - 25, 2017 at 835 School Street in Brooksville, Fl.   At their meeting on June 5, 2017, City Council honored the occasion by presenting a proclamation to the alumni of Moton High School.  The proclamation was by accepted by Cynthia Williams, alumni member and president of the reunion committee.

 
May-Stringer Hernando Heritage Museum Improvement recognition Print

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At their meeting on June 5, 2017, City Council and the City's Beautification Board, represented by Chairman Scott Renz, recognized the improvements to the May-Stringer Museum.  Present to accept the Margaret Ghiotto Improvement Award were Hernando Historical President, Mary Sheldon, and Vice-President, Virginia Rusk.  A special certificate was presented to Marty Mann for all his work on the repairs and continual upkeep of the Museum.  You can visit the May-Stringer Museum located at 601 Museum Court in Brooksville.  For hours and more information, please visit their website .

 
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

 
City Manager's FY2017 Second Quarter Report Print

The City Manager's FY2017 Second Quarter Report is now available.  Click on the link.

 
Uptown Art Gallery Print

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Florida Landscapes - The Uptown Art Gallery is pleased to announce a new and exciting exhibit called "Florida Landscapes". This exhibit will be on display from April 29, 2017 through August 5, 2017. For more information, please visit the City Art Gallery portion of our website.

 
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