Utility and Service Connections
Natural Gas City Gas Company of Florida 636-4644
Water City of Cocoa Utilities Department 639-7500
Telephone BellSouth 780-2355
Electric Service Florida Power & Light (FPL) 631-2000
Cable Television Time Warner Cable (TWC) 254-3300
Newspapers Florida Today 259-5000
Orlando Sentinel 453-5500
The Reporter 636-5332
Cocoa Village Newspaper 633-4990
Non Emergency Phone Number, same for Records Section: (321)639-7620
Frequently asked Questions:
Fire Department: 100 First Street, Cocoa Florida,
32922, phone 321-690-1895, (321) 639-7604 Fax
City Clerk: phone 321-639-7556, 321-637-7203 (fax) ,
City of Cocoa Leisure Services Division 430 Delannoy Ave.
Cocoa, FL 32922 Phone: 321-639-3500, Chris A. Wilsman, M.S.; C.P.R.P.
Brevard County Libraries:
Central Brevard Public Library & Reference Center: 308 Forrest
Ave., Cocoa, FL 32922, (321) 633-1792. directions also on
National Weather Service Forecast, Cocoa
NOAA Local Radar Images
Local 'Underground' Weather
Weather Buoy ~20 nm off Cape
Web Feeds ( RSS ) for area
Spacecoast Web Feed, RSS:
Village Aerial - www.cocoavillage.com
Terra Server USA National Map - USGS view of downtown cocoa
Space Coast Photos
Brevard Community College (BCC),
1519 Clearlake Road, Cocoa, FL 32922 ï¿½ (321) 632.1111:
University of Central Florida (some classes on BCC campus):
Brevard County Public Schools
The Florida Department of Education:
Parents and Students Home Page
Florida School Indicators Report (FSIR) searchable database:
Wuesthoff Medical Center, 110 Longwood Avenue, Rockledge,
FL 32955, 321-636-2211, Toll-Free: 800-742-9175, website
Cape Canaveral Hospital, 701 W. Cocoa Beach
Causeway, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931, 321.799.7111website:
Holmes Regional Medical Center, 1350 South Hickory Street,
Melbourne, Florida 32901, (321) 434-7000, website:
Parrish Medical Center, 951 North Washington Ave.
Titusville, FL 32796 321-268-6111, website:
Brevard Family Walk-In Clinic, 1260 U.S. 1, Rockledge.
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 8 a.m. to noon
Friday; 9 a.m. to noon Saturday. Call 636-0005.
Sinai Walk-in Clinic, 2070 U.S. 1, Suite 102, Rockledge.
Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, Thursday and Friday; 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday; and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and
Sunday. Call 637-0033.
Health First Walk-In Clinic, 105 S. Banana River Blvd.,
Cocoa Beach. Hours: 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 9
a.m. to noon Friday. Call 868-8312.
Brevard County Offices
Government Center - Viera 633-2000
Bus Information 633-1878
Clerk of Circuit Court 637-5413
Central Brevard Library 633-1792
Parks and Recreation 633-1874
Property Appraiser - Jim Ford 264-6700
Public Defender - James Russo 264-6749
Sheriff's Office 264-5201
State Attorney - Norman Wolfinger 264-6933
Supervisor of Elections - Fred Galey 264-6740
Tax Collector - Rod Northcutt 264-6969
Veteran's Service Office 633-2012
More information about Brevard County Florida listed in Wikepedia:
Brevard County Sheriff's Office:
Brevard County Clerk of Courts:
Brevard County Office of Emergency Management:
Brevard County Tax Collector:
Brevard County Property Apraiser:
Supervisor of Elections Brevard County, Florida:
Brevard County Bar Association:
Brevard County Extension Service, (Food and Agriculture) University
St. Johns Water Management:
Port Canaveral Authority:
All of the State of Florida's e-Government services listed in
Florida State Agencies
Children and Family Services - Abuse Hotline 800-962-2873
Children and Family Services - Program Operations 690-3750
Department of Corrections 634-6000
Health Department 454-7100
Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles - Driver License 449-5002
Department of Revenue - Child Support Enforcement 800-622-5437
Department of Transportation -
US Census State & County Quick Facts:
Cocoa Village Playhouse, call 321-636-5050 for information, no
King Center for the Performing Arts, call 321-242-2219 for ticket
Surfside Playhouse is located at 320 S. Fifth Street, Cocoa
Beach, Florida, Call (321) 783-3127 for ticket information, website:
Museums and Attractions
Downtown Cocoa, 'Cocoa Village'
or for information from the Historic Cocoa Village Merchant's
Association phone 321-631-9075
Brevard Community College Astronaut Memorial Planetarium and
Observatory: Clearlake Road, Cocoa. Call 634-3732.
Kennedy Space Center:
Astronaut Hall of Fame: 6225 Vectorspace Blvd., Titusville. Call
Brevard Museum of History and Science: 2201 Michigan Ave., Cocoa.
Brevard Museum of Art and Science: 1463 Highland Ave., Melbourne.
North Brevard Historical Museum:
Brevard Veterans Memorial Museum: Veterans Memorial Center, 400 S.
Sykes Creek Parkway, Merritt Island. Call 453-1776
Historic Rossetter House: 1320 Highland Ave., Melbourne. Call
Liberty Bell Memorial Museum: 1601 Oak St., Melbourne. Call
Two Feathers Gallery Museum: 833 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. Call
Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum: 6600 Tico Road, Space Coast
Regional Airport, Titusville. Call 268-1941.
Orlando Science Center:
Sterling Casino Lines
Jungle Adventures, 6205 SR 50, Christmas. Call (877) 424-2867:
Walt Disney World:
Sea World, Discovery Cove, Bush Gardens and other Anheuser-Busch
Daytona International Speedway
Brevard County Manatees (baseball):
Brevard Cultural Alliance:
Florida Historical Society:
http://www.florida-histoical-soc.org/ 435 Brevard Avenue, Cocoa,
Florida 32922, phone 321-690-1971
Brevard Watercolor Society:
Parks, Greenways & Trails (central brevard)
Brevard County Parks
William Beardall Tosohatchee State Reserve
3365 Taylor Creek Road, Christmas, Florida 32709, Phone:
407-568-5893, Recreational activities including hiking, nature
study, horseback riding, fishing, mountain biking and limited
hunting with a special permit. It is recommended that you contact
the reserve prior to your visit.
Note: It is a short drive to the south end of the park between Cocoa
Unknown to many are some rarely used trails on the left just a mile
past the St. Johns bridge on Highway 520. The trails here do
not have an office asking admissions. The main entrance to the park
is up north closer to Highway 50.
Brevard County Parks and Recreation,
321-255-4400. Below information is
repeated for convenience, however it may be best to review the
sources for more in the North and South of Brevard; website:
Ulamay Wildlife Sanctuary, 805 Sykes Creek Parkway,
Merritt Island; (321)868-1123 -- Great bird watching, canoe and
hiking trails, fishing pier, guided tours.
Riverwalk-A Family Park 5355 US Highway 1, Rockledge
FROM SR-520, go south 7 miles on US Hwy 1, make a u-turn to the
northbound lane, the park is on the right.
Open Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.; Saturday 9:00 a.m.-12:00
noon except for scheduled use. Tours are by appointmentï¿½call
Nestled along the Indian River, this 6.37-acre community river
park features a Nature Center, and a nature boardwalk that
begins near the pavilion with restrooms and winds through a
natural Florida hammock to the river. For more information about
nature walks and activities, call 321-633-1874 or go to:
WATCHABLE WILDLIFE: Native Songbirds, Migratory Songbirds (fall,
winter), Hawk, Woodpecker, Snakes, Raccoon, Dolphin, Manatee
FACILITY RESERVATIONS: 321-633-1874
Nature Center, Small Pavilion (seats 40)
ADA ACCESSIBLE: Parking, Nature Center, Pavilion, Restrooms,
1) Service animals only. 2) Alcoholic beverages in
designated areas only. 3) Other restrictions as posted.
Environmentally Endangered Lands (EEL) Program,
Helen and Allan Cruickshank Sanctuary
Acquired in partnership with the State of Florida
Size: 140 acres
Activities: Hiking, biking, wildlife observation
Habitats: pine flatwoods and scrub
Wildlife: gopher tortoise, Florida scrub-jay, bobwhite,
Driving Directions Map
From I-95 take Fiske Blvd Exit 195. At the intersection just
north of I-95, go east on Barnes Boulevard 2.4 miles to the
Sanctuary entrance on the north sideof the road.
From US-1 1 turn west onto Barnes Blvd and travel 0.5 miles.
The Sanctuary entrance is on the north side of the road.
Bike rack provided. Parking is not available.
Enchanted Forest Sanctuary,
Size: 428 acres
Location: Just south of the City of Titusville
Management Region: North
Activities: Hiking trails including a stabilized trail and
boardwalks over wetlands, wildlife observation, Management &
Habitats: scrub, mesic hammock, hydric hammock, wet prairie,
and pine flatwoods
Wildlife: Florida scrub lizard, white-tailed deer, eastern
indigo snake, gopher tortoise, bobcat, pileated woodpecker,
butterflies, wild turkey
Driving Directions Map
From I-95 southbound take SR-50 to first light, turn right
and go east 4 miles on SR-405. The Sanctuary entrance is on
the north side of SR-405 across from the Space Coast
From I-95 northbound take SR-407 north to SR-405 and go east
through two lights. The entrance is on the north side of
SR-405, 0.25 miles past the second light. From US Hwy the
entrance is 0.5 miles west of US Hwy 1 on SR-405.
Pine Island Conservation Area,
Acquired and managed in partnership with SJRWMD
Size: 879 acres
Location: North Merritt Island on the eastern shore of the
Indian River Lagoon
Management Region: Central
Activities: Hiking, biking, wildlife observation, paddling,
Habitats: pine flatwoods, cabbage palm hammocks, hardwood
hammocks, mangrove forests, and salt marshes
Wildlife: West Indian manatee, bottlenose dolphin,
alligator, woodstork, osprey, gopher tortoise, bobcat,
eastern indigo snake
Driving Directions Map
From SR-528 (Beeline Cswy) take SR-3 north for 5.5 miles.
Turn left on Pine Island Rd and go 2.5 miles to the unpaved
parking area at the entrance.
From SR-520 go north on Courtenay Parkway (SR-3) across the
Barge Canal and continue for 5.5 miles. Turn left on Pine
Island Rd and go 2.5 miles to the unpaved parking area at
Maptech Chart Server
Sheriff's Office, Cape Canaveral Precinct
Tides for Cape
Buoy Center, 120NM East of Cape Canaveral