City of Cocoa to host Citizens Academy starting October 11, class limited to top 20 applicants

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Applications must be submitted before September 1

Cocoa City will be hosting its Citizens’ Academy again starting October 11, 2021. The program, designed to better engage residents and business owners with their local government, consists of 10 courses and is open to all residents and cocoa businesses or owners interested in knowing more about the functions and services provided by their local government. (Image of the city of cocoa)

BREVARD COUNTY • CACAO, FLORIDA – The City of Cocoa will once again host its Citizens’ Academy from October 11, 2021. The program, designed to better engage residents and business owners with their local government, consists of 10 course and is open to all Cocoa residents and business or real estate owners interested in learning more about the functions and services provided by their local government.

Applications must be submitted no later than September 1, 2021.

Class size is limited to the first twenty applicants. The aim of the program is to educate and involve cocoa residents and business owners so that they become active stakeholders in their community.

“Citizen academies are a great way to educate residents, build positive relationships and improve communication between municipal government officials and citizens, as well as inspire future city leaders,” Florida League of Cities.

The 10-week program begins with a welcome and introduction to city government, city council, city manager, public records, communications and recreation services.

Other overviews of the service will include utilities, including a tour of the Dyal water treatment facility, fire and police services, community services, public works, finance, water management. emergencies and community engagement. Participants will conclude the program with a special graduation ceremony on April 12, 2022, at the Cocoa City Council meeting.

For more information, please visit the Cité du Cacao Citizen Academy page or go to town hall for a request.

The 10-week program begins with a welcome and introduction to city government, city council, city manager, public records, communications and recreation services. (Image of the city of cocoa)
Other overviews of the service will include utilities, including a tour of the Dyal water treatment facility, fire and police services, community services, public works, finance, water management. emergencies and community engagement. Participants will conclude the program with a special graduation ceremony on April 12, 2022, at the Cocoa City Council meeting. (Image of the city of cocoa)

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