Public Relations

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. Imagine A Day Without Water

    Imagine a Day Without Water. It’s a day to learn where your water comes from and where it goes. Turn on the tap, and clean water flows out. Flush the toilet, and dirty water goes away. You don’t have to think about how this happens–but you should. Read on...
  2. For the 3rd Year in a Row, Cocoa has Been Awarded the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award

    This prestigious award was presented by the Government Finance Officers Association for meeting high standards in government budgeting. Read on...
  3. City Manager's FY 2022 Budget Message

    The emphasis on preparing and planning for the Fiscal Year 2022 budget was on retaining and recruiting employees that provide direct services to our community including police officers, firefighters, and utilities and public works employees. Read on...
  4. October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

    The City of Cocoa recognizes that it plays a vital role in identifying, protecting its citizens from, and responding to cybersecurity threats that may have significant impact to our individual and collective safety and privacy. Read on...
  5. Councilman Hearn Appointed to the Young Elected Municipal Officials Advisory Council

    The Council is comprised of about 20 emerging leaders, all under the age of 40, that will provide insight and information to the Florida League of Cities on tailoring programming best suited to the needs of younger elected officials. Read on...
  6. New Residential Bulk Yard Waste Collection Process

    To have your residential bulk yard waste (any yard waste that does not fit inside your can but is approximately 3cubic yards or larger) collected, you can contact the City of Cocoa's Public Works Department at (321) 433-8770 or yardwaste@cocoafl.org. Read on...
  7. City of Cocoa to Publish Digital Zoning Map

    The City of Cocoa is proud to announce that it will publish its first ever interactive zoning map to the City’s website. Read on...