City of Cocoa to Host Hurricane Preparedness Expo at City Hall June 27
By Space Coast Daily // June 5, 2019
Hear from City Departments and Brevard County Emergency Management on ways to be prepared
BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA – The City of Cocoa will host a Hurricane Preparedness Expo at Cocoa City Hall on Thursday, June 27, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
This event will help residents and business owners learn what they need to stay connected to the latest emergency information and be prepared for an approaching storm.
City Departments such as Communications, Community Services, Utilities, Public Works, Fire Safety and Police will be on hand to educate and inform residents about hurricane safety and preparedness.
Brevard County Emergency Management will also be there to provide all of the latest information from the county’s disaster management source.
The first 100 families to attend this event will be able to visit with each table and collect a piece of a hurricane preparedness kit.
The kit will include items such as important contact information, first aid supplies, a bottle of Cocoa water, sandbags, a charging bank, a document folder and a mini flashlight.
“This is an important event to help communicate with our residents the value of being prepared ahead of a storm,” said Cocoa Mayor Jake Williams, Jr.
“Our citizens and business owners need to know how to get the most up to date information regarding closures, evacuations, debris collection, and more. The City of Cocoa wants all of our residents to be safe and ready if a storm approaches our community.”
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