Cocoa is an independent city of more than 18,000 residents with a median age of 40. More than half of the population has some college level education and higher.

Community & Economic Development

  • Land area of 14 square miles encompasses 8,610 dwelling units
  • Wide-range of housing, commercial, industrial, and institutional development over the years
  • Eastern Florida State College
  • University of Central Florida's Cocoa Campus
  • Florida Solar Energy Center
  • Cocoa is a regional water supplier and operates a water utility system that covers the entire central part of Brevard County with approximately 80,000 connections including households.
  • Distributes an average of 22.7 million gallons of water daily
The City is taking a progressive economic position in Brevard County, welcoming new business and industry into the community and promoting the development of new quality housing for its residents.
Brevard Schools
Chamber of Commerce
Cocoa Main Street
Convention and Visitors Bureau
Employment Opportunities
Florida Solar Energy Center
History and Culture
Historic Cocoa Village Association
Historic Cocoa Village Playhouse
Photo Gallery
Port Canaveral
Space Coast Office of Tourism