City of Brooksville

Community Redevelopment


Events Calendar

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Citizen's Recognize Mayor Kemerer Print

City Citizens and Business Owners
Present Mayor Kemerer with a Certificate of
Appreciation as He Finishes the last meeting serving as
Mayor on Deceber 2, 2019.

12.02.2019 Lori Sowers Rory Killingsworth Recognized Mayor Kemerer for service WEB

L-R Council Member Betty Erhard, Lori Sowers,
Mayor Kemerer, Rory Killingsworth, Vice Mayor 
Joe Bernardini, Council Members Robert Battista and
Pat Brayton.


Each year, City Council selects a new Mayor
and Vice Mayor.  William Kemerer served as 
Mayor from December 2018 through December




The Department of Public Works has 
Made Changes to the Commercial 
Dumpster Schdule for 2019. 


Commercial Garbage (Dumpster) pick up
Christmas Day, December 25, 2019 (Wednesday)
will be picked up on December 26, 2019 (Thursday).

The reason for the change is due to the
closure of landfills Christmas Day.
Please direct questions to
the City of Brooksville,
Public Works Department,
at (352) 540-3860   or
Customer Service at (352) 540-3810


Download the Press Release

icon Press Release - Schedule Change Commercial Dumpsters

Beautification Board - Commercial Property Improvement Award Print

The Beautification Board and 
City Council Award 220 N. Broad Street,

owned by Lori Sowers, CPA,PA, with 
the Commercial Beautification 
Award for property improvements.

12.02.2019 Commercial Beautification Board Award Web

L-R Mayor William Kemerer, Council Member Betty Erhard
Vice Mayor Joe Bernardini, Beautification Board member 
Donna Morin, Business Owner Lori Sowers, son, Brandon
Sowers, Coumcil Members Pat Brayton and Robert Battista.


To nominate a residential or commercial
property for improvements, 
download the
nomination form.

icon Margaret R. Ghiotto Nomination Form

Parks & Recreation - Park Restrooms Print

The City Parks & Recreation
Facilities will be open
from 7AM until 7PM


Download the Press Release

icon 12.04.2019 Parks and Recreation Restrooms


Adopt-A-Street Print


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

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