Cocoa is an independent city of more than 19,000 residents with a median age of 40. More than half of the population has some college level education and higher. 

Community & Economic Development 

  • Land area of 14 square miles encompasses 8,610 dwelling units
  • Wide-range of housing, commercial, industrial, and institutional development over the years
  • Eastern Florida State College
  • University of Central Florida's Cocoa Campus
  • Florida Solar Energy Center
  • Cocoa is a regional water supplier and operates a water utility system that covers the entire central part of Brevard County with approximately 80,000 connections including households.
  • Distributes an average of 22.7 million gallons of water daily

The City is taking a progressive economic position in Brevard County, welcoming new business and industry into the community and promoting the development of new quality housing for its residents.

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