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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. Water Valve Leak on Courtenay Pkwy, Merritt Island

    The Cocoa Utilities Dept. is aware of a water leak on Courtenay Pkwy (SR 3) in front of 670 N. Courtenay Pkwy in Merritt Island. The Utilities Dept. is monitoring it daily. Plans for the repair are nearly complete and will begin soon. Read on...
  2. Notice of Special and General Election

    Election Packets are now available for the City of Cocoa’s Special Election for Mayor, which will be held on November 6, 2018. Packets can also still be picked up for the District 1 and 4 Council seats. Read on...
  3. Statement regarding recent article on cancer cluster in South Patrick area

    The City of Cocoa Utilities Department is staying on top of the recent article regarding the reported cancer cluster in the South Patrick/Satellite Beach area. Read on...
  4. Busy as a bee – SolarBees help control blue green algae

    SolarBees are solar power units that “mix” the water in the Bracco Reservoir Ponds by pulling the water up from the bottom and out to the top. This circulation action disrupts the blue-green algae and it cannot thrive. Read on...
  5. 2017 Water Quality Report Available On-Line

    The 2017 Water Quality Report (the newest report) is available now for viewing on the internet at www.cocoafl.org/waterqualityreport. If want a hard, paper copy of the report please email ddowns@cocoafl.org or call 321-433-8705. Read on...
  6. Cocoa Utilities Dept. Valve and Hydrant Assessment and Repair Program

    Cocoa began a comprehensive valve and hydrant assessment program in 2012 and found 261 inoperable system valves. By 2016, Cocoa Utilities had addressed over 249 of these inoperable valves. A specialized contractor will repair the rest of the valves . Read on...
  7. City of Cocoa Water Utility bills get a new, more convenient look

    Starting this month, you will receive your Cocoa Water Utility bill that will have a fresh new look. Read on...
  8. Utility Customers to Save Millions in Partnership Deal

    The cities of Cocoa and Melbourne are entering into a joint purchasing agreement to install additional water mains to barrier island customers. Read on...
  9. Police Department Recruiting VCOPS

    As a VCOP (Volunteer Citizen on Patrol), you will have the opportunity to make a positive impact in the community. Read on...