CITY OF COCOA BEACH: Storm Debris Pickup Begins Monday, Boil Water Alert Rescinded

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Brevard County landfill will be open Sunday

The City will have their contractor start picking up storm debris on Monday, October 10, 2016. This allows residents to have time to sort and remove debris from their homes and property. Please see the above image for sorting rules.

The City will have their contractor start picking up storm debris on Monday, October 10, 2016. This allows residents to have time to sort and remove debris from their homes and property. Please see the above image for sorting rules.

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA – The City of Cocoa Beach will have their contractor start picking up storm debris on Monday, October 10, 2016. This allows residents to have time to sort and remove debris from their homes and property.

The Brevard County facilities will be open Sunday for residents that want to take their debris there. The boil water alert, as of 4:25 p.m., has been rescinded.

Drive very carefully- there are still a number of stoplights not working. Treat each intersection as a 4-way stop if the stoplight is not working.

In other Cocoa Beach updates, the sewer plant is up and running and a number of Cocoa Beach restaurants are open.

If you do not have power call 1-800-4outage, and FPL can give you an update. If you need emergency help with tree removal, roofs, or water damage call 2-1-1.

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