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April 16, 2018
Rescinding Precautionary Boil Water Notice
The City of Melbourne Utilities Department has rescinded the precautionary boil water notice for 410-499 Hamlin Avenue. 
Click here for more information.
April 16, 2018
Satellite Beach Wastewater System Smoke Testing

Brevard County Utilities Department has currently provided notice via door-hung information to residents in Satellite Beach regarding scheduled smoke testing.  Below are two maps depicting the smoke testing schedule for today and tomorrow.  Smoke testing will continue until completed.  The testing is scheduled to continue through May of 2018.  For further information, contact Brevard County Utilities at 1-833-870-8081.

Click here to view the map of homes scheduled for testing on 04/16/18.
Click here to view the map of homes scheduled for testing on 04/17/18.

Click here for frequently asked questions about Satellite Beach Wastewater system smoke testing.
April 05, 2018
City Value Statements
  1. We value excellent public safety services with community-oriented programs that connect our residents with the City and allow our residents to "age in place."
  2. We value the quality of life that our residents have come to expect, with recreational opportunities, beach access, and events that bring the community together.
  3. We value partnerships with our businesses, Patrick Air Force Base, our non-profit partners, and other local governments to address the needs of our community.
  4. We value having a financially feasible infrastructure plan to address current maintenance issues and impeding impacts from climate change.
  5. We value being a leader in sustainable practices for government and reducing our City's impact on the earth.
  6. We value consistent communication with our residents and promoting their involvement in City Boards, programs, and volunteer opportunities.
January 02, 2018
Happy New Year, Satellite Beach!

 

The 2018 Health First Mayors' Fitness Challenge begins Saturday, February 3, 2018.  Register online is open through the whole challenge:

Health First Mayors' Fitness Challenge

The Health First Mayors' Fitness Challenge is an initiative to get people up, moving and more active. The challenge runs from February 3 – April 28.  Twelve cities are participating and will be competing to be the “Most Fit City 2018” in Brevard County. Each individual participant will track their physical activity by logging the number of minutes/hours during the duration of the challenge. The city with the most minutes logged (collectively) will win. Stay tuned for updates on events that will be scheduled in our area to help get us all moving! The City of Indian Harbor Beach has partnered with us to create a full calendar of events to keep you busy! Please click HERE to view the calendar of events and HERE for the full description of all events



October 10, 2017
Fire Rescue 2017 Pink Shirt Sale
2017 Fire Rescue Pink Shirts  The Fire Rescue will once again be raising funds to benefit breast cancer awareness.
Pre-orders are now being taken at City Hall.  The cost of shirts are $15.00 for short-sleeve or $20.00 for long-sleeve.