North Brevard Development District

General Information

Full Legal Name of Special Dependent District:

North Brevard Economic Development Zone (NBEDZ) Dependent Special District

Public Purpose:

The NBEDZ was created with the goal of facilitating job growth and economic development in the northern part of Brevard County.

Description of Boundaries:

The boundary of the NBEDZ is set forth in Section 4 (a) of the authorizing ordinance (No. 2011-16) passed by the Board of County Commissioners on May 24, 2011, the text of which is as follows: “The boundaries of the North Brevard Economic Development are the same as the boundaries of the County Commission District One existing on January 1, 2011, but excluding those areas south of State Road 528 and the corporate limits of the city of Cocoa.”

Date Created:

May 24, 2011

Contact Information

Mailing Address:

7101 US Highway One
Titusville, FL 32780

E-mail:

Electronic correspondence should be addressed to troy.post@brevardfl.gov

Physical Address and Phone Numbers:

Offices in Statham Park :
7101 US Highway One
Titusville, FL  32790

321-621-4714 (PH)
321-960-1458 (MB)

Web Address:

www.NBEDZ.org

Primary Contact for Information on the NBEDZ:

Troy Post, CEcD
Executive Director

Connect via LinkedIn at:

www.linkedin.com/company/north-brevard-economic-development-zone

Board Members:

List of board members.

Revenue Information

General Financial Information

Copy of Audit for Most Recent Completed Fiscal Year: As a special dependent district, the NBEDZ financial audit review appears under the combined financial statements of Brevard County; it is presented as a government fund type in the county’s audit. That complete document can be viewed online at the website for the Brevard County Clerk of the Court, at http://brevardclerk.us/comprehensive-annual-financial-report. See pages 43, 64 (Note #18 to the report), 123- of the 2014 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR).

Ethics

Code of Ethics:

As an economic development agency, the NBEDZ and its staff adhere to the code of ethical conduct as established by the International Economic Development Council (IEDC), the world’s leading association of professional economic development organizations and professionals.

Further, the NBEDZ's executive director, Troy Post, currently holds the designation of “Certified Economic Developer,” or CEcD, a professional certification operated by the IEDC. To maintain that certification, Mr. Post must participate in training seminars every three years, including a mandatory workshop on ethical conduct and standards. Less than 1,500 economic developers worldwide – out of an estimated 15,000 practitioners – possess the CEcD designation.

For more information on IEDC, visit www.iedcOnline.org