VIDEO: Titusville Police Department’s New Policies Regarding Parking Citations

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ABOVE VIDEO: Highlights the new policies governing the enforcement of parking citations in Titusville in accordance with Florida State Statute FS316.1945 and local city ordinances.

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – Parking enforcement within the city of Titusville is being revamped as the Titusville Police Department and Titusville Code Enforcement team up with City’s Attorney Office to improve the parking citation process.

The new citations will help ensure the safety of pedestrians, bicyclists and vehicles, according to Titusville Police.

Much of the focus falls on citizens illegally parking in fire lanes and misusing handicapped parking spaces.

Parking violations are among one of the most frequent complaints TPD receives and their goal is not to ticket citizens.

Their goal is to get compliance to parking regulations with the least amount of disruption.

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“If you receive a parking citation, you have 10 days to pay that citation at City Hall (Titusville),” said Lt. Tom House of the Titusville Police Department. “You also have 10 days to request a court hearing to dispute that citation.”

Titusville Police and Code Enforcement officers will be issuing citations for violations to state statues and local parking ordinances.

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