BREVARD COVID-19 UPDATE: Brevard County Government Extends Facility Closures to April 30

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The Brevard County Clerk of Courts Office remains open to the public

Brevard County Government will extend the closure of its facilities to the public to April 30 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but day-to-day government operations and services continue, with some offices accommodating the public in a business-as-usual fashion.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Government will extend the closure of its facilities to the public to April 30 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but day-to-day government operations and services continue, with some offices accommodating the public in a business-as-usual fashion.

Here is a look at how some County operations will function in the coming weeks:

The Brevard County Clerk of Courts Office remains open to the public, but Palm Bay and Merritt Island branches of the Clerk’s Office are closed with operations now being handled at the courthouses and other branches.

The Department of Health in Brevard County’s Environmental Health Services is staffed and on-demand services will continue including initial licensures, construction permitting and inspections, water sampling, pending re-inspections and complaints.

For all Environmental Services questions and program information, please visit www.brevardeh.com

County Libraries: All Brevard County libraries are closed to the public, but books and paper unemployment forms are available. All items currently checked out are now due June 1.

No fines will accumulate during this time. All electronic resources and e-books are available to enjoy at any time and will not be blocked for fines/fees.

Please call your library during normal operating hours for more information.

Parks: All community centers, nature centers and Environmentally Endangered Lands education centers are closed. Max Rodes Park is closed. Other parks and EEL sanctuaries remain open to the public. Boat ramps are open.

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Beachside public parking areas are closed.

Solid Waste: Landfills remain open to the public.

They are:

• Central Disposal Facility, 2250 Adamson Road, Cocoa;

• Mockingbird Mulching Facility, 3600 South Street, Titusville;

• Sarno Transfer Station, 3379 Sarno Road, Melbourne; The Sarno Road Household Hazardous Materials Facility is closed until further notice; and

• Titusville Transfer Station, 4366 South Street, Titusville.

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