City of Cocoa Provides Bottled Water To Customers Affected By Loss of Service

By  //  September 12, 2017

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still under a precautionary boil water alert

The City of Cocoa, in coordination through the State of Florida, has arranged for the Florida Army National Guard to provide four bottled water distribution points for those customers affected by the loss of water pressure from Hurricane Irma. (U.S. Army National Guard image)

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA – The City of Cocoa, in coordination through the State of Florida, has arranged for the Florida Army National Guard to provide four bottled water distribution points for those customers affected by the loss of water pressure from Hurricane Irma.

Currently, residents may pick up bottled water at the City of Cocoa, located at 801 Dixon Boulevard in Cocoa, at the entrance of south bound lane of  US 1.

Each vehicle can pick up one case, beginning Tuesday through 7 p.m., and continuing through the next two days from 7 a.m. to  7 p.m. until the supplies are depleted.

The City is working to open more sites as soon as possible, according to said City of Cocoa Public Relations Specialist Samantha Senger.

“This is an effort to help provide bottled drinking water to customers as we work diligently to repair the breaks caused by Hurricane Irma,” said Senger.

“Crews are continuing to work throughout the system to make sure each customer is receiving safe and quality water as quickly as possible. However, even if there is pressure at your home, please remember we are currently still under a precautionary boil water alert for the entire water system.”

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