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Upcoming Events

Financial Workshop
Feb 27 3:00 PM

Special Master Hearing
Feb 28 1:00 PM

Council Meeting
Mar 6 7:00 PM

Market on Main Street
Mar 18 7:30 AM 2:00 PM

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. 

 
Accreditation Team Invites Public Comments About the Brooksville Police Department Print

2017 Reaccreditation Press Release

Brooksville: A team of assessors from the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation (CFA) will arrive April 4, 2017 to examine all aspects of the Brooksville Police Department’s policies and procedures, management, operations and support services, Police Chief George B. Turner announced today. The Brooksville Police Department has to comply with approximately 260 standards in order to receive a second reaccreditation status. Many of the standards are critical to life, health and safety issues. The department received initial accreditation in June 2011 and its’ first reaccreditation in June 2014. 

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Ernie Chatman Field at Tom Varn Stadium Print

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On Tuesday, February 21, 2017, the City of Brooksville, along with the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, honored Coach Ernie Chatman in a Field Dedication ceremony.  

Coach Chatman was stratetic, but bold; tough, but kind-hearted; stoic, but nurturing; and humble, but proud...a one-of-a-kind coach.

William "Ernie" Chatman coached in Hernando County for over 40 years.  At Hernando High School, his alma mater, he coached baseball, cross country, softball, track and field, and boy’s basketball, and served as athletic director.  Coach Chatman collected 21 conference, 18 district, 11 regional, and one state championship.  He coached the 1983 Dixie Majors to a World Series Championship, completed 104 marathons, at least one in all 50 states and Washington DC, held an 8,814 consecutive running streak and coached multiple athletes to professional careers. He was given the Key to the City of Brooksville in 2004, inducted into the Florida Athletic Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2004 and the Hernando High School Sports Hall of Fame in 2011.  

At the age of 66, Coach Ernie Chatman passed away on July 24, 2016.  

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Black History Month Print

altBlack History Month began as “Negro History Week” in February 1925 in the United States as supplement to the school curriculum, through the work of African American scholar, Dr. Carter G. Woodson.  His aim was to encourage a greater awareness and understanding of the African experience and contributions in America, Africa and throughout the world. The City of Brooksville recognizes the significant contributions and advances African Americans have made, and continue to make world-wide, in such areas as education, medicine, art, culture, public service, economic development, politics and human rights. The City of Brooksville proclamains February 2017 as Black History Month.

Mr. Paul Douglas has been a resident of Hernando County since 2003.  He has been a lifelong member of the National Association for the Advacement of Colored People (NAACP) and was elected local chapter president in 2010. The City of Brooksville recognized Mr. Douglas for his many contributions, mentorship, and dedication to the community.  His wife, Susan Douglas, along with their daughter Tracy Douglas-Wheeler accepted both Proclamations on behalf of Mr. Douglas, who was unable to attend the Council meeting.

 
Hernando Heritage Day - February 25, 2017 Print

Members from the Historic Hernando Preservation Society and The Historic Hernando Museum accepted the Proclamation claiming February 25, 2017, as Hernando Heritage Day. altCelebrating Hernando County's 174th Birthday, this will be a fun-fill day with entertainment, a bake sale, silent auctions, games, vendors, demonstrators, and re-enactors, as well as Historic Home Tours and tours of the 1855 May-Stinger Museum, the 1885 Train Depot, and the One-Room Schoolhouse.

For more information please download Heritage Day 2017.

 
Upcoming events Print

Monthly Market on Main Street - Saturday, March 18th, from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm on Main Street in front of the Courthouse.  Vendors selling crafts, produce, food and much more are available.  For more information, please see the flyer here or contact the Parks Dept at 352-540-3830. Intersted in becoming a vendor?  Please see the vendor application and vendor rules.

Broooksville Library 5K - This year's event will be held Saturday, March 11, 2017.  For more information, please click here for the Brooksville Library 5K Flyer.

March starts the new kickball and softball season at Tom Varn Park - Please see the kickball and softball flyers for more info or call the Parks Dept. at 352-540-3830.

Interested in starting a new business?  The local Chamber of Commerce is offering a 10 week class beginning March 29th.  See the flyer here for more information.

Major League Baseball Alumni - Legend's for Youth - Annual Free baseball clinic to be held April 1, 2017.  This will be held at Tom Varn Park from 1:00 - 4:00 pm.  Please click here to see the flyer.

Annual Florida Blueberry Festival - This year's event will be held April 22 and 23, 2017.  For more information, please visit their website here.

Annual Celebration of Arbor Day  The City's Beautification Board will celebrate Arbor Day on April 28, 2017.  More information will follow as details are finalized.

 
"In the Mind's Eye" - Uptown Art Gallery Exhibit to be held through March 4, 2017 Print

The Uptown Art Gallery, located in Brooksville City Hall, is open to the public from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday thru Friday, with the exception of holidays. The Gallery recently held an opening reception to honor the artist's that are currently showing their work, complete with the music of John Lumsden and Bob Webb.  There is poetry on display for the "Just Poets" and photography from the Spring Hill Camera Club.  

The featured artist is Susan Leslie Lumsden, the Rebel Quilter.  Her quilting is very beautiful, colorful and unique.  To celebrate Black History Month and Martin Luther King we are including the works of: The Photographs of George Woodson, Roger Brown and Leslie Colyer-Brown.  

For more information regarding this exhibit, please contact Judy McIntire at 207-809-9066.  For the Mission Statement, contract and artist application, please click here.

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A Touch of Blue Print

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The Uptown Art Gallery would like a submission of 3 to 5 paintings - all including a touch of BLUE. This exhibit will coincide with the Brooksville Florida Blueberry Festival.  The artwork must be submitted on March 4, 2017 between 10:00 am - 2:00 pm.  The color BLUE must appear in ALL paintings and artwork.  Be Creative and Have Fun!

All subjects and mediums are welcome. Student art is encouraged.  Photography, Jewelry, Woodworking, Poetry, Pencil Arts, Multi-Media, Sculpture, Fine Arts, Oil, Acrylics, Pastels, Watercolor, etc.  

All art should be gallery ready to hang with wire on the back of the pictures. Also, a card attached to the back of the artwork with the medium, the artist's name and price for the artwork.  If it is NOT FOR SALE please state that also.

An artist's reception will be held on March 10, 2017 form 5:30 pm - 7:30  pm.

For more information, please contact: Judith McIntire - Art Gallery Coordinator 207-809-9066

 
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