Report from Brevard County Emergency Management
WATER: City of Cocoa has rescinded boil notice for entire system, including Cocoa Beach.
DEBRIS PICK UP: Crowder Gulf is picking up in Cocoa Beach North, South, and Central.
- SEPARATE debris vegetation and construction materials.
- After pick up of vegetation leftover leaves and twigs must be disposed of in the regular manner through Waste Management.
- Do not place debris near poles, electrical boxes, trees or in street gutters.
- DSA (Disaster Survivor Assistance) FEMA Teams have been visiting affected areas in the county in order to provide residents the opportunity to register for FEMA assistance.
- FEMA Assistance
- 1-800-621-3362 or www.disasterassistance.gov
- Anyone looking for help should try to register for FEMA assistance first to determine whether they qualify.
- If they have registered but need a place to stay, ask them to call FEMA back and ask for the Transitional Shelter Assistance Program, this can provide individuals with a temporary hotel voucher.
LIBRARIES AND COURTS:
- 1-800-451-1954 or www.crisiscleanup.org
- Anyone looking for help with roofs, water damage, tree removal, and other home repairs.
- All Brevard County Libraries are open.
- The Courts of Brevard are open for normal operations.