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City of Cocoa Communications Policy and Procedure.  An administrative policy establishing guidelines applicable to all City Employees (full-time, part-time and volunteers) which are under the direction and supervision of the City Manager.  The purpose of these guidelines is to coordinate and manage the communication activities of City employees related to official City business in order to ensure accuracy, consistency and timeliness in relaying information to employees, departments, members of the media, the citizens of Cocoa and the public at large. 
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  1. Florida Avenue Complete Street and Stormwater Pond Projects Finalized

    Florida Avenue project enables safe access for all users and incorporates Lagoon Friendly Design Read on...
  2. Councilmembers & City Mgr Appointed to Serve on FL League of Cities Legislative Policy Committees

    Cocoa’s City Councilmembers, Brenda Warner and Jeri Blanco and City Manager, John A. Titkanich, Jr. Appointed to Serve on Florida League of Cities 2017-2018 Legislative Policy Committees Read on...
  3. Homes for Sale in Regina Myra Subdivision

    The City of Cocoa has homes available for sale in the Regina Myra Subdivision (345 & 349 Lucas Lane and 400 & 404 D Street) through a project funded by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) HOME Investment Partnership Program. Read on...
  4. Porcher House receives Historical Marker designation from the Brevard Historical Commission

    The century old historic home located in Cocoa Village was recognized by the Brevard Historical Commission with a historic marker. Read on...
  5. Ralph Perrone named Cocoa's 2017 Volunteer of the Year

    Serving over 600 hours as an Auxiliary Officer, Perrone has been an asset to the Cocoa Police Department Read on...
  6. Cocoa Fire Department works with American Red Cross to install Smoke Alarms

    In 2014, the American Red Cross released the Home Fire Preparedness Campaign, a nationwide effort to combine new technology and innovation with old-fashioned neighbor-to-neighbor outreach that is aimed at saving lives and reducing injury. Read on...
  7. City's Offender Reentry Program Designed to Rehabilitate and Reduce Crime

    A restructured contract for the city of Cocoa’s landscaping services is now being used to help convicted felons rehabilitate and reenter society as productive, contributing individuals. Read on...