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Dogs on the Beach

Dogs are allowed on the beach with the following restrictions:

  • Dog on 6 ft. leash and under control of handler at all times.
  • 4th Street South to north side of Murkshe Park (only location dogs are allowed). Allowable times for dogs to be on the beach are 6:00am-10:00am and 5:00pm-7:00pm during standard time, 9:00pm during daylight savings time.
  •  Owners must clean up after their dog.

Please keep dogs off dunes and away from turtle nests.
 

FALL RACE SERIES

3 Holidays, 3 Races

Reclaimed Water

What is reclaimed water?
Reclaimed water is domestic wastewater which has been treated and disinfected to a high degree such that it can be safely used to irrigate golf courses and residential lawns. Reclaimed water must meet strict water quality requirements established by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Although reclaimed water meets most of the drinking water standards and is safe for human contact, it is not intended for use as drinking water.

Why use reclaimed water?
Using reclaimed water conserves drinking water supplies and reduces discharges of domestic wastewater to surface waters.
What can you do with reclaimed water?
· Irrigate your lawn.
· Irrigate flower gardens.
· Irrigate trees and shrubs.

What can’t you do with reclaimed water?
· DO NOT DRINK reclaimed water.
· Do not connect any pipes to your reclaimed water pipes.
· Do not use reclaimed water to fill swimming pools, hot tubs, or wading pools.
· Do not use reclaimed water to irrigate edible crops (i.e., vegetables or fruits)
 
Improper use of reclaimed water will result in termination of your service and/or other penalties.
 

FISCHER PARK RENOVATIONS

Fischer Park rehabilitation is now in progress and includes completely rehabilitating the parking and entry areas, adding storm water treatment, elimination of the entry building, new sidewalks, and placement of the kiosk pay parking system when completed. The park will remain closed until completion projected for early December.
 

Hurricane Preparedness


HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS

Be prepared for hurricane season– brochures are available at City Hall, Library, Cocoa Beach Main Street, and Cocoa Beach Fire Station Be sure to have a plan!
 

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BEN MALIK-  MAYOR, SEAT 1
          ED MARTINEZ– COMMISSIONER, SEAT 2
          KARALYN WOULAS - COMMISSIONER, SEAT 3
              SKIP WILLIAMS-  VICE MAYOR, SEAT  4
      MIKE MILLER-  COMMISSIONER, SEAT 5
    JAMES P. MCKNIGHT - CITY MANAGER

 

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