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In the spotlight at Parks & Recreation North Area
Fall Adult Sports Leagues Forming in North Brevard
TITUSVILLE/SHARPES, Fla.— Fall leagues for adult Men’s, Women’s and Coed softball teams as well as flag football, sponsored by Brevard County Parks and Recreation Department, North Area Parks Operations, are being formed.
The men’s softball league will be held on Mondays, beginning September 22, at 6:30 p.m., at a fee of $264 per team. The women’s softball league will be held on Mondays, beginning September 22, at 6:30 p.m., at a fee of $292 per team. The co-ed softball league will be held on Wednesdays, beginning September 10 at 6:30 p.m., at a fee of 342.00 per team. All softball leagues will be held at Chain of Lakes, 2111 Chain of Lakes Drive in Titusville. Registration for all softball leagues will begin August 13.
The adult flag football league will be held Sundays, beginning September 21, at 9:00 a.m., at a fee of $492, at the Space Coast Communities Sports Complex, 662 Canaveral Groves Boulevard in Sharpes. Registration for adult flag football will begin August 13.
For more information on this and other athletic opportunities in North Brevard, please call (321) 264-5105.
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From outlying rural communities to suburban residential areas, to downtown historic Titusville, the North Area serves a broad spectrum of interests through a wide variety of parks and services. Bounded by the Volusia County line on the North, and State Road 528 on the South, the North Area extends to the west County line along the St. Johns River and east to the Indian River. It includes the City of Titusville along with the unincorporated areas of Scottsmoor, Mims, Bellwood, Port St. John, Sharpes, and Canaveral Groves.
Responding to widespread interest in recreation in North Brevard, the City of Titusville, School Board of Brevard County and Brevard County Board of county Commissioners formed a partnership in 1966 to supply parks and recreation services. The County Parks and Recreation Department operates both city and county parks, with joint use of school and park facilities. Oversight is provided by a citizen board – the North Brevard Commission on Parks and Recreation. This board acts in an advisory capacity, making recommendations on a range of issues to the City, County and School Board. Open to the public, meetings are held at 5 pm on the second Thursday of each month at the Brevard County Government Complex-North on South Street.