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Week 7 standings

Cocoa Beach On Top!

The Week 7 standings came out this morning and the City of Cocoa Beach is still on top! Let's keep the pressure on. Be sure to record your minutes and look for Mini-Challenges- we earn extra points. Plus please record your minutes-  extra points are earned for participation. GO TEAM COCOA BEACH!

Torch Run

2018 Torch Run

Members of the Cocoa Beach Police Department will be participating in the Law Enforcement Torch Run on April 19 to raise awareness for Special Olympics. This year, the Cocoa Beach leg of the run will take place on Ocean Beach Blvd., starting at 1:30 P.M. behind the Wakulla Suites and will conclude at the Cocoa Beach Pier.

The Law Enforcement Torch Run is the largest grass-roots fund raiser and public awareness vehicle for Special Olympics. Law enforcement officers from around the country carry the Flame of Hope in honor of the Special Olympic athletes in their areas and around the world. Each year, over 5,000 officers carry the torch on a 1500-mile relay through 67 counties in Florida.

You can help support the Special Olympics Florida by buying this year’s Law Enforcement Torch Run commemorative T-shirt.

If you would like to participate or obtain more information, contact Sergeant Manny Hernandez at 321-868-3307 or by email at for T-shirt size and availability.

Trash Bash
Join Mr. McKnight and the Cocoa Beach Staff for Clean-up at Bicentennial Park (520) or Lutheran Church on Minutemen Causeway- 8:00am-12:00pm
Coffee with the City Manager

Coffee with the City Manager

Come chat with the City Manager, Jim McKnight.

WHEN:     April 3, 2018

TIME:       9:00am-10:00am

WHERE:   Cocoa Beach Country Club

Sunrise Services

Sunrise Services this Weekend

There are a number of Sunrise Services being held this Sunday, April 1, 2018, Easter, on the beach. Please be respectful of residential parking around Shepard and Lori Wilson Park. On Ocean Beach Blvd. do not park on medium.  Also if you are out early please watch out for pedestrians crossing A1A.  HAPPY EASTER!


Cocoa Beach Triathlon 2018- April 8

April 8- 7:00am-10:00am.

Watch for traffic and participants!

The event is based adjacent to the Cocoa Beach Country Club and begins with a .25 mile swim in the Banana River.  The swim is a beach entry and beach exit and is well supported with more than a dozen certified Open Water lifeguards and volunteers in kayaks and on paddleboards.
The 12.5 mile out and back bike route is completely flat and takes athletes away from the Country Club area and down coastal highway A1A. The bike leg is held on an open road but is well supported by Cocoa Beach Police, the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office and event staff and volunteers.
Nearly half of the run portion of our race is held on the Cocoa Beach Golf Course cart path (course closed to golfers for our event), and the rest in a riverfront neighborhood.
The finish line and transition areas are adjacent to the Country Club and very near the swim entry and exit areas.

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