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September 2019

TROPICAL STORM INFO

Below and on the STORM-CENTER page you will find links to the latest information from the County Emergency Management Office and links to helpful information about preparing for and recovering from the storm.  

FOR EMERGENCIES INVOLVING INJURY OR THREAT OF INJURY, OR SERIOUS ILLNESS CALL 911

hurricane AND TROPICAL STORMS - information links

TMV STREET CAPTAIN PROGRAM

Before a hurricane,  Street Captains will identify neighbors in their designated area who are  leaving or staying, are dependent on electricity for health issues, or  need help preparing their home. Post-storm, Street Captains will report  blocked driveways or doors, home damage, flooding, and the need  emergency power for health equipment, etc.  

Street captains

BREVARD COUNTY EMERGENCY MGMT ON FACEBOOK

See the latest info from the County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) - shelters, closings, rumors, advisories, etc

BREVARDEOC ON FACEBOOK

BREVARD COUNTY EMERGENCY MGMT ON TWITTER

 See the latest info from the County Emergency Operations Center (EOC)  - shelters, closings, rumors, advisories, etc 

BREvard county twitter

NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER

 NOAA charts, advisories, etc 

NOAA

Central Florida News 13

 Tracking info and a lot of features about everything from preparing your yard for a storm to advice on buying a generator. 

News 13

FEMA

 Information about disaster assistance programs administered by FEMA 

FEMA Individual assistance

What's Happening

Dayton Blvd. Bridge Project Presentation

View the presentation Mayor Salmon gave at the April Commission Meeting outlining the condition of the current culvert and bridge, and the options for remedying it.     

The Town Commission voted to authorize Mayor Salmon to pursue negotiations with the County and present their proposed contract at the May Commission meeting for the size as-is option, keeping our pedestrian bridge. 

PRESENTATION

New Hurricane Section and Street Captain Program -- STORM CENTER

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2019 TOWN ELECTION

Three Commission seats are up for election this year - each for a two-year term.  The Qualifying period closed with three candidates qualified.  There will , therefore, be no election in November and the three candidates, all incumbents, are declared elected for new two-year terms starting in November.

Upcoming Meetings

All meetings are  in the Town Office at 555  Hammock Rd. unless otherwise noted. 


  • Finance Committee Meeting - Monday September 23, 2019 - 7:00 PM
  • Regular Commission Meeting - Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019 - 7:00PM  NOTE DATE CHANGE


 The Town Office is open Monday through Friday from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm 

 

Town "License" Plates and Magnets Now Available Again!

The Town Office has  "Melbourne Village" Plates for the front of your car.  These are the same as the ones that have been available previously, with a picture of the curtain from the old town hall.  They are available at the Town Office for $10.00 each while they last. We also have "TMV" magnets available for $5 each.

Committees

 The Town has vacancies on several committees including 

  • Planning and Zoning Board
  • Code Enforcement Board
  • Finance Committee
  • Town Review Board
  • Town Beautification Committee

Let the Town Office know if you are interested in serving, or submit a brief letter of interest and experience. Committee and Board members are appointed by the Mayor with the approval of the Town Commission. 

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