City of Brooksville

Community Redevelopment


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  • City Manager
  • City Clerk
  • City Council
    Category "Council"
  • Human Resources
    The City of Brooksville recruits candidates for employment in a wide variety of jobs.
  • Parks and Recreation
    Tom Varn Park Designated as National Recreation Trail in 2011.
  • Fire Department
    The MISSION of the Fire Department is to provide  the citizens of Brooksville  with the best possible fire services. The Department accomplishes this mission by planning, training  educating its staff, and  by upgrading  facilities and equipment.

    The Brooksville Fire Department is committed to protecting life and property through fire  protection,  emergency medical services and fire prevention education.   The department responds to all hazard mitigation types of incidents such as structure, vehicle and brush fires, hazardous materials incidents,  fire alarms, vehicle extrication's, and medical and  rescue calls. Additionally, the Department provides fire prevention and educational  programs, as well as conducts fire inspections of businesses.
  • Law Enforcement Services




  • Community Development

    Community Development strives to preserve Brooksville’s unique way of life and enhance it at the same time to ensure the protection of property and continuation of a high standard of living within the corporate City limits for current and future residents.

  • Community Redevelopment Agency

    Welcome to the City of Brooksville’s Community Redevelopment Agency



    What is a Community Redevelopment Agency?


    The activities and programs offered within a Community Redevelopment Area are administered by the Community Redevelopment Agency. A five to seven member CRA “Board” is created by the local government, which directs the agency and activities inside the Community Redevelopment Area..



    What is a Community Redevelopment Area?

    Under Florida Statutes Chapter 163 and 189, local governments are able to designate areas as Community Redevelopment Areas. CRAs are a specifically focused financing tool for redevelopment. All monies used in financing CRA activities are locally generated. These are generated using tax increment financing.

    Click here for Florida Statutes, Chapter 163, Part III, governing CRAs.

    Click here for Florida Statutes, Chapter 189, governing Dependent Special Districts

    Click here for Florida Commission on Ethics Laws


    What is a Community Redevelopment Plan?

    The Community Redevelopment Agency is responsible for developing and implementing the Community Redevelopment Plan to address unique needs of the targeted area.

    Click here for the CRA Plan 


    What is Tax Increment Financing?

    Tax Increment Financing is a tool available to cities and counties for redevelopment activities. The money is paid into a Community Redevelopment Trust Fund by taxing authorities within the area by ad valorem taxes levied each year over the amount of ad valorem taxes levied by the referenced taxing authority in the base year.


    History of the City of Brooksville’s Community Redevelopment Agency:

    The City Council for the City of Brookville desires to provide for the removal of blighted areas and redevelop such areas pursuant to the Community Redevelopment Act of 1969 and contained in Florida Statutes, Chapters 163 and 189.   On June 7, 1999, the City of Brooksville formally established a Community Redevelopment Area (CRA) in its downtown. The CRA is approximately 104 acres in size and includes properties that front along Main Street, Liberty Street, Broad Street, Jefferson Street, Fort Dade Avenue and Saxon Avenue. The Brookville City Council, sitting as the Community Redevelopment Agency, adopted a Community Redevelopment Plan.

    Click here for creation Ordinance No. 590, adopted in 1999.

    Click here for the City of Brooksville’s Community Redevelopment Area map.

    Click here for the names of the CRA governing board.

    Click here for the 2017/2018 City-wide Budget/audit which includes the Brooksville Community Redevelopment Agency

    Click here  the 18-19 CRA Budget Resolution No. 2018-18 (approved by CRA 9-12-18)

    Click here for the 19-20 CRA Budget Resolution No. 2019-01 (approved by CRA 9-18-19)

    Click here for the CRA Annual Report FY 2015/16.

    Click here for the CRA Annual Report FY 2016/17

    Click here for the icon CRA Annual Report - FY 2017/2018



    Commercial Property Improvement Matching Grant Program:

    This façade grant has become an integral part of most community redevelopment plans with the average grant being offered at a range of $2,000 to $5,000 per award. Approved projects within the Community Redevelopment Area should strive to address the entire façade, including signage and other exterior issues that reflect the building as a whole.

    Click here for the CRA Commercial Property Improvement Matching Grant Program Guidelines and Application.


    Community Development Agency’s Executive Director:

    Bill Geiger, Community Development Director

    201 Howell Ave

    Brooksville, Fl 34601




    Click here for all CRA documents.
  • Public Works

    Department of Public Works 

    The Department of Public Works consists of a number of divisions which provide a broad range of services to the public, including:

    Street Division

    Patching streets;install and repair sidewalks; Cleaning and repairing drainage systems; Mowing right-of-ways; Public construction projects; Maintenance of public buildings and Street signage.

    Fleet Maintenance

    Maintains all City work vehicles and equipment; Utilization of vendors for vehicle repair, if necessary; Implementation and carry-through of preventive maintenance program for City vehicles and equipment.

    Solid Waste
    Collection of garbage and trash.

    Water and Wastewater

    Maintain existing water distribution and sewer collection lines; Provide safe drinking water; Provide safe sewage disposal; Maintenance of two sewer disposal plants, three water plants and related equipment.


    Fertilizer Ordinance - Effective Feb 5, 2018 The City of Brooksville adopted and implemented a Fertilizer Ordinance to help protect ground water.  Read More  -->>

    Forms & Reports


    Office Location

    600 South Brooksville Avenue
    Brooksville, Florida, 34601
    Telephone 352-540-3860


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