The Space Coast HBCA fights for our members in our local communities, in Tallahassee, and on Capitol Hill.
Meetings: 1st Tuesday 8:00 a.m.
Location: Space Coast HBCA, 1500 W. Eau Gallie Blvd., Suite A2, Melbourne, FL. 32935
Chair: Bruce Moia, MBV Engineering
Spotlighting Industry Issues
HBCA’s Government Affairs Oversight Committee identifies industry issues such as transportation, residential markets, state legislation, impact fees, sector plans, elections and water initiatives that directly affect our members.
Relationships with Counties & Municipalities
The Space Coast HBCA maintains a strong relationship with local governments through the exchange of ideas and information between the homebuilding industry and senior staff & elected officials from across Brevard County.
Participation on Key Advisory Boards
Space Coast HBCA members play an active role on government advisory boards that impact the homebuilding industry, including the county’s Planning & Zoning Board and the Board of Adjustment as well as ad hoc committees on specific issues such as inclusionary zoning, workforce housing, and impact fees.
HBCA’s Local Political Action Committee (PAC)
The Space Coast HBCA maintains a PAC, funded through the generous contributions of our members. This purpose of this PAC is to support candidates for elected office, support business advocacy, and advance our mission of fighting burdensome regulations and unnecessary fees.
Become engaged in the political process by supporting pro-housing candidates and reaching out to your policymakers on key housing issues.
Join forces with the Florida Home Builders Association (FHBA), your leading builder advocate, to fight unnecessary fees and seek ways to stop burdensome regulations.
Each year the FHB PAC continues to advance its mission of fighting unnecessary fees and seeking ways to stop burdensome regulations. Through the FHB PAC, we have seen positive results.
In particular, we have pursued issues that has saved you money and increases your bottom line, such as: Workforce Taskforce, Uniform Implementation Workgroup, Reinserting the Shower Pan Exemption, Blower Door Testing, Fire Distance Separation and Zero Lot Line, Sadowski Funding, Accountability for Permit Requests, and more. These victories were the result of intense lobbying efforts, that required us to leverage leadership relationships.
The goal of the FHB PAC is to continue to make a positive difference in the business environment in Florida’s building industry. With the help of donations from supporters such as you we will continue to see improvements.