These five Committees are composed of two City Council Members, relevant board representatives, and citizen representatives. They are responsible for the in-depth review of issues specific to their assigned topics and the recommendation of an appropriate course of action to City Council based upon their research. Most Committees cover the needs of two departments within the City (for example Public Safety handles topics presented by the Fire Department and Police Department). Topics include, but are not limited to: budget, capital improvements, future projects, and general community development.
Council Parks, Trails & Recreation Committee
Reviews plans for long term recreation development within the City. This Committee is responsible for recommendations to Council regarding sidewalk infrastructure, the Brevard Area Trails System, park development and pedestrian connectivity issues within Brevard.
Council Downtown Master Plan Committee
Reviews plans for the economic development and beautification of the Downtown area. This Committee is responsible for recommendations to Council regarding the streetscape, capital improvements and urban forest of Downtown Brevard.
Council Public Works & Utilities Committee
Reviews plans for utility maintenance and growth within the City. This Committee makes recommendations to Council pertaining to three departments: Public Works, the Water Treatment Plant, and the Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Council Public Safety Committee
Makes recommendations to Council regarding the safety of Brevard's citizens. This Committee reviews plans for equipment and services provided by the Police and Fire Departments.
Council Finance & Human Resources Committee
Makes recommendations to Council regarding the annual audit, personnel policies, and City employee benefits.