Brevard County is located in east central Florida. In 2020, the population was 606,392, making it the 10th most populous county in Florida. The official county seat has been in Titusville since 1894. A major part of Brevard County is the Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville, FL metropolitan area. It is located on the east coast of Florida and borders the Atlantic Ocean.Brevard-County-Property-Appraiser With an economy heavily influenced by the John F. Kennedy Space Center, Brevard County Property Appraiser is also known as the Space Coast. As such, it was referred to by telephone area code 321, as in “3, 2, 1 answer”. The county is named for Theodore Washington Brevard, one of Florida’s first settlers and state controller.

Viera, an unincorporated area within a planned community, became the county’s secondary administrative center in 1989. In Long County’s southernmost part, the county offices were developed to serve a more populous area.Brevard-County-Property-Appraiser-Office The prehistory of Brevard County begins with the indigenous cultures that lived in the region thousands of years before the arrival of Europeans in the 16th century. During excavations, it was determined that the Windover archaeological site, discovered in 1982, has the largest collection of human remains and artifacts from the Early Archaic Period (6,000-5,000 BC) or more than 8,000 years before the present. It has been designated a National Historic Landmark.

Brevard County offers a range of services for seniors, minors, the physically and mentally disabled, and minorities. The Brevard County Housing Authority buys and leases housing projects, studies housing conditions, determines where slums and unsafe housing are, and investigates unsafe conditions for the public. It is administered by a council appointed by the district committee. Several organizations provide social services to minors, including the Children’s Home Society, the Children’s Advocacy Center of Brevard, and the Child Care Association of Brevard County.