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Solid Waste Management
The mission of Solid Waste Collection is to provide residents and businesses refuse collection service that is convenient, friendly, effective, and cost efficient.
Residential Service Dates
Some residential customers will see new service dates beginning October 1, 2021. Type your address in to our interactive service date map to see the service dates for your residence. Multi-family and commercial units are not included in this map.
Cocoa provides its citizens and businesses curb side collection of solid waste, bulk trash, green waste, bulk green waste, recyclables, commercial dumpsters, and roll off services. Collection services are currently provided through a competitively bid private contract with Waste Management, Incorporated and landfill services are provided by Brevard County.
If a holiday falls on your regular collection day, you will not receive service that day. After the holiday, Waste Management will resume regular pickup and you will receive service on your next scheduled day.
Please contact our contractor, Waste Management, Inc., located at 3303 Lake Drive, Cocoa, Florida 32926, at (321) 636-6894 for missed pick-ups, commercial yard waste, bulk pick-ups (i.e. furniture, appliances, etc). Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 321-433-8770 to schedule a residential yard waste pick-up. For recycling tips and instructions, please visit: https://www.wm.com/us/en/recycle-right
For Waste Management pick up problems please fill out our Request Tracker Form, or call 433-8788. Please have your name and address ready.
You may get additional landfill information by visiting Brevard County Landfill website or calling them at (321) 633-1888. For billing services and questions, please contact us at (321) 433-8400.
Please keep drainage inlets clear of palm fronds and other debris. While the public stormwater system is designed and maintained to keep roads open and safe during rainfalls; private properties also receive a residual benefit because typically home properties drain into the city streets. If the drainage inlets near your home become clogged with debris there is a greater potential of flooding.