Utility Services Department

Brevard County Utility Services Department operates six wastewater treatment plants and three drinking water plants. Providing quality drinking water, reclaimed irrigation water, and wastewater services throughout Brevard County. The system operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and must meet numerous State and Federal regulations, which require a dedicated team from a variety of disciplines working together to oversee the Utility infrastructure and assets. As an enterprise operation, the Utility Services Department is funded entirely from customer user fees and does not receive any tax dollars

Brevard County Utility Services Department is committed to providing high quality services and customer feedback is critical to our success in meeting this goal.

Public Notices

Limited Reuse for South Central Reclaimed Water

Oct 14, 2021, 08:55 AM by Utility Services Department
South Central in Viera is making limited quantities of reuse which will drastically affect the amount of reuse available to customers. There have been delays so the issue isn't expected to be resolved for another 2 weeks.

South Central in Viera is experiencing some issues with Reclaimed Water. Due to this we are making limited quantities of reuse which will drastically affect the amount and pressure of reuse available to customers. There have been delays so the issue isn't expected to be resolved for another 2 weeks.

For continued updates continue to check Utility Service Public Notices on our website or call our reuse hotline at 321-637-5477.

Wetlands at Sunset

Ritch Grissom Memorial Wetlands

Ritch Grissom Memorial Wetlands is a popular destination for birders, photographers and eco-tourists. As an integral part to our Wastewater Treatment process, it has become a flourishing wildlife viewing destination that is open to the public. See the Viera Wetlands page for more information.

Scientist testing water

2020 Water Quality Reports

Check out the latest water quality reports for Mims (pdf 4MB), Barefoot Bay (pdf 3.9MB), and San Sebastian Woods (pdf 3531 KB) water customers. This annual report covers the previous years water quality and compliance incidents that occurred.

Utility Services workers using heavy machinery in sewage treatment.

Brevard County Districts Rates

Bills issued on or after Feburary 1, 2021 will reflect a 1.2% increase. Check the changes to Mims and Barefoot Bay Rate Schedules. For other water service providers please check their website for rates.