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Waterway charts are available for a fee through the City Clerk's office at 321-868-3235. The chart can also be accessed electronically through the city's ArcGIS Portal .
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The city maintains street signs and signals on all city streets except A1A and SR 520.
Streetlights are maintained by Florida Power and Light (FPL). FPL can be contacted at 321-723-7795.
Other FPL related concerns or services:
In order to make sure that a site is safe for digging you can enter a ticket at Sunshine811 or call them at 800-432-4770.
You can report a trash pick up concern at Waste Management or 321-636-6894. If you need additional assistance after contacting Waste Management, please contact the city at 321-868-3219 or by email public works.
Brevard County Animal Control is responsible for dealing with stray dogs and cats.
Sea Turtles: The Turtle Preservation Society must first be contacted:
Upon their inspection, the turtles will be marked with orange paint to indicate that they have been inspected and are ready to be disposed of by city workers.
Dolphins and Manatees: The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) is notified:
The stormwater sewers in the city are maintained by the City's Stormwater Department. You can call Stormwater at 321-868-3292, or email stormwater if the drains on your street are blocked or if you have an ongoing water drainage problem. The Stormwater Department also operates a street sweeper to remove excess sand and dirt from roadways.
The City's Public Works Department handles dune crossover repairs, you can report damage by reporting crossover damage online or calling 321-868-3219 to report any such repair needs.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) issues field permits for such trimming, they can be contacted at 321-725-4548.
The City's Stormwater Department is responsible for maintaining clear passage on the city's canals. You can contact them at 321-868-3292, or email us Stormwater to report problems with the canals.