Have events been cancelled?

In accordance with the Center for Disease Control in order to keep the community and our employees safe, City Council has approved that all events and non-essential public meetings scheduled at City owned facilities from March 17, 2020 through June 30, 2020 be cancelled or rescheduled to a future date to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. If an event chooses to cancel, we will be offering full refunds on any fees paid to the City for that event. The following special events/meetings were scheduled for this time period:

  • March 19 - YMCA Prayer Breakfast-Postponed
  • March 21 - Spring Break Family Picnic-Cancelled, possibly postponed
  • March 27 - Friday Fest-Cancelled
  • March 28 - Duck Race & Car Show-Duck Race will be held virtually, Car Show cancelled
  • March 28 - Cocoa Fire Department 100th Anniversary Open House-postponed
  • April 3 - VIP Run-postponed
  • April 4 - Trash Bash-postponed
  • April 4 - St. Mark’s Fundraiser-postponed
  • April 7 - City of Cocoa Citizens Academy, Community Services Presentation-postponed
  • April 8 - City of Cocoa Citizens Academy, Graduation at City Council-postponed
  • April 18 - Keep Brevard Beautiful Plant Sale-postponed
  • April 24 - Friday Fest-cancelled
  • April 25 - American Cancer Society Relay for Life-postponed
  • April 26 - Space Coast Tri-Cocoa Tri-postponed
  • May 2 - Preeclampsia Promise Walk-postponed
  • July 4 - Independence Day Celebration
  • For private rentals please contact our Leisure Services Division at (321) 639-3500 to reschedule your event or to seek a refund.

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1. How many cases of COVID-19 are there in Brevard County and in Cocoa?
2. What are the symptoms and complications that COVID-19 can cause?
3. How does the COVID-19 virus spread?
4. What steps can my family take to reduce our risk of getting COVID-19?
5. How can my family and I prepare for COVID-19?
6. How come the City of Cocoa is not on our local news with updates?
7. How can I still participate in the Council Meetings without being able to be there in person?
8. Will there be any considerations for food stamp requirements?
9. Is our water safe to drink?
10. What happens if a Utility Worker at the water plant contracts the virus?
11. Does the City have a contingency fund to help get through this pandemic and continue basic City services?
12. How is Cocoa working with other agencies throughout the County and State to make sure services are maintained and information is communicated?
13. Does the City of Cocoa have it's own Emergency Manager or do you just coordinate with the County?
14. Why haven't you shut down the City?
15. Why is the splash pad at Riverfront Park turned off?
16. What is the City of Cocoa doing to protect it's employees?
17. Have events been cancelled?
18. Should I use soap and water or a hand sanitizer to protect against COVID-19?
19. What cleaning products should I use to protect against COVID-19?
20. Are children more at risk?
21. How should parents talk to children about COVID-19?
22. Do I need to boil my water?
23. Can I get COVID-19 from wastewater or sewage?
24. Do wastewater treatment plants treat COVID-19?
25. Should wastewater workers take extra precautions to protect themselves from the COVID-19 virus?
26. Is it okay to flush disinfecting wipes?