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Upcoming Events

Council Meeting Workshop
Feb 26 5:30 PM

Council Meeting
Mar 5 7:00 PM

Fine Arts Council
Mar 8 5:30 PM


Council Workshop
Mar 12 5:30 PM

Beautification Board
Mar 13 5:30 PM


2017 Men's & Woman's Softball Division Champions Print
2017 Fall Men's Softball Division Champions
The JCR Alligators Men's Softball Team took Division Championship!  Congratulations Team!   


Left to Right top:
Austin Rollins, Dylan Toth, Kyle Isennock, Bryant Ehrman,
Kyle Beverland, Josh Schofield.
Left to right bottom:
Andrew Maier, Jesse Wheeles, Kenny Noble,
Chad Wright JR.
Not pictured; Austin Alonso
The Spring Hill MRI Woman's Softball Division Champions. 
Congratulations Team!
City of Brooksville Parks Department - 2017 Woman's Division Softball Champions
Left to right
Front: Marisa Heiselt, Laura Harvey, Angie Gaffney,
Rachael Wright, and Brianne Taplely
Back: Kay Cozart, Brittany Parker, Ronda Cozart,
Heather Krasniewski, Colesa Lazar, Colena Lazar,
Becca Cozart, and Heather Moore.
Team Brooksville - Weight Loss Challenge Print


City of Brooksville Employees and Mayor -Great Hernando Weight Loss Challenge

L-R Front Row Mayor Betty Erhard (Team Captain/Coach) Terri Carter, Lynn Sosa, Melissa Cosme and Jim Delach
Back Row Bobbie Cotnoir, Bill Geiger, Paul Macchia, David Peters. Not Pictured, Sandra Kirby 


City of Brooksville Employees and City Mayor Betty Erhard Join the

Great Hernando Weight Loss Challenge sponsored by Hernando County Health Department.

For more information, visit Hernando County Health Department Website

Great Hernando Weight Loss Challenge

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

City of Brooksville Police Department Print

City of Brooksville Police Department


Chief Turner and Captain Hankins presenting Sergeant Steve Mislyan his retirement plaque from the City of Brooksivlle Police Department.

Prior to Sgt. Mislyan's years of service with the City of Brooksville, he was a sworn officer with the
University of South Florida Police Department, and a Captain with the Longboat Key Police Department, Florida.
In retirement, Sgt. Mislyan will continue teaching police recruits at the Manatee County Police Academy.
 City of Brooksville Police Department - Sergeant Steve Mislyan retirement

L- R Captain Hankins, Sergent Mislyan and Chief Turner

 Officer Duke Maeder receives his retirement plaque from Police Chief George Turner.
Officer Maeder joined the Brooksville Police Department in 1992 after retiring from the United States Air Force.
While in the service, he worked as a Security Officer, touring several south-pacific locations such as the
Philippines and Vietnam during his twenty-year career.
While employed as a Brooksville Police Officer he quickly gained rank, reaching Sergeant, in year 2000. Duke,
as he is known to family and friends, worked as a road-patrol supervisor from 2000-2013,
when he accepted assignment as the director of lobby services, overseeing fleet maintenance, vehicle impounds,
and assisting with investigations of walk-in complaints.
Duke had a long and exemplar career, both here and with the U.S. Air Force. He will be sorely missed
nd we wish him all the best in his future endeavors.
 City of Brooksville Police Department - Retirement Officer Maeder

L- R Captain Hankins, Officer Maeder and Chief Turner

Holiday Sanitation Collection Schedule Print


Your Trash Maybe Picked Up on a
Different Day when There is a Holiday
Download the Holiday Collection Dates
for Changes in Pickup Days
Information Print

Zika Virus Hotline: Govenor Scott and the Florida's Surgeon General's office have activated a hotline available for information related to the Zika Virus at 855-622-6735.  You may also visit the website for more information.

Click here to view the City of Brooksville 2015 Water Quality Report.


Click here to view the City's 2017 HOLIDAY GARBAGE COLLECTION!

Watering Restrictions Print

Check here to determine your scheduled ONE DAY A WEEK outside watering requirements.  Watering Restrictions Flyer.

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