Cocoa Ready to Launch

The City of Cocoa is working with local business owners to gather ideas and information on how they plan to safely re-open their businesses. Cocoa City Council approved a resolution to allow for the expansion of outdoor dining options and signage options to aid the economic recovery efforts of Cocoa Businesses and market the safe re-opening efforts of our local small businesses. In accordance with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ Florida Economic Recovery Plan, the City of Cocoa will work with local business owners to promote the safe re-opening of Cocoa businesses. As the State and City prepare to reopen and with guidance from the CDC and the Governor, this page will be updated with resources and tools to help our local business owners.

  1. Open for Business
  2. COVID-19 Business Resources
  3. Florida's Recovery Plan
  4. CDC Guidelines for Re-opening Businesses

In a key step towards the road to recovery, the City of Cocoa is dedicated to assisting our small business owners with the re-opening of local businesses in Cocoa. By working together, we can ensure that our community is safe for business to resume following the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The City of Cocoa is open for business and businesses are ensuring that their locations are safe for their customers.

Open for business graphic, www.ChooseCocoa.org, #CocoaReadytoLaunch 

  • Request social media graphics like the one above that can be personalized to your business by emailing 2-3 photos to Cocoa’s Digital Communications Coordinator, Rachel Horst, at rhorst@cocoafl.org. An ’Open for Business’ frame is also available on our Facebook page and can be added to your Facebook profile picture. Be sure to use the hashtags: #ShopLocal #ShopCocoa #CocoaReadytoLaunch
  • Request Cocoa’s ’We’re Open for Business’ stickers (shown below) to hand out to your customers or display on your business window by emailing rhorst@cocoafl.org. Open for business sticker