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Upcoming Events

2018 Trunk or Treat at First United Methodist Church
Oct 31 8:00 AM 5:00 PM

Family Fun Night 
Trunk or Treat

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Council Meeting
Nov 5 7:00 PM

Friday Night Live - A Main Street Event
Nov 9 5:30 PM 10:00 PM







Friday Night Live from 5 - 10 p at the downtown park band shell!
Food Trucks and Full Bar available! Bring your folding chairs!

Next Date Scheduled  DECEMBER 14, 2018

Freedom Fun Run - Jr Service League
Nov 10 8:00 AM

Freedome Fun Run on the Wooded and scenic paths of the Good Neighbor Trail

5K, 10K and 1 Mile Fun Run

Start at:  Russell Street Park, Brooksville Florida 8 AM
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Veteran's Day (observed) - City Offices Closed
Nov 12 12:00 AM 12:00 AM
All Day Event

Welcome to the City of Brooksville

City of Brooksville Seal

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.

RESCINDED 10-19-18:Boil Water Notice issued 10-16-18 Print

The Precautionary Boil Water Notice issued 10/16/18 for specific addresses on S. Broad St., Harvard Street and Ponce de Leon Blvd. has been rescinded.  Please see rescission notice here.

Next Meeting: November 5, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. Council Training Session: October 29, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. Print

November 5, 2018 agenda will be posted when available

October 29, 2018 - City Council Training Session Agenda

Request for Quotes - Institutional Supplies Print

The City of Brooksville is seeking quotes for institutional supplies.  Please see description here.

2018 Proclamation Domestic Violence Awareness Month Print

2018 Domestic Violence Awareness Month







L-R Council Members Joe Bernardin, 
William Kemerer, Curt Cornell Dawn Center
Board Member, Shannon Sokolowski Executive
Director Dawn Center, Mayor Betty Erhard,
Council Member Brent Young and Vice Mayor
Robert Battista.

City Council Recognizes October as
Domestic Violence Month.


National Domestic Violence Awareness month
was established in October 1987 to create a
community dialogue about violence and to advocate
for legislation and law enforcement to protect victims
and to encourage public awareness and action against abuse.


City council Recognized Dawn Center of Hernando County
and its staff for continually coordinating efforts to focus
attention on preventing violence and offering advocacy
for survivors and their families. 

For more information on the Hernando Dawn Center

Visit the Dawn Center Website




2018 Proclamation White Cane Print

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L-R Council Members Joe Bernardini, William Kemerer
Teresa Santana, Mayor Betty Erhard, Council Member
Brent Young, Vice Mayor Battista.

City Council recognizes October 15, 2018 as White Cane Day.

The the white cane is the universal symbol
for blindness or visual impairment and
is used by those who are totally blind or
who may have a small amount of vision remaining.

Citizen should be aware that the law requires that motorists
exercise appropriate caution when approaching a blind
person carrying a white cane.

For more information on the visually impared visit

The National Foundation of the Blind Website.



2018 Founders Week Print


2018 Founders Week

Celebrate with the City of Brooksville
with 162 years of history!
Beginning on October 12th
with live music at the
historic band shell, tours and other events.

Download the Event Flyer

icon Founders Week 2018 Schedule of Events

2018 Breast Cancer Awareness Month Print











2018 Breast Cancer Awareness
Walk with Mayor Erhard
On October 13, 2018, participants joined
Mayor Betty  Erhard for the
Awarenss Walk  which started at the
County Courthouse and ended at the
Tree of Hope in Tom Varn Park,
followed by refreshments.


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

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