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Water, Sewer, Trash

Charges for sewer, water and deposit rates vary throughout the county. Deposits are refunded when service is disconnected.

Barefoot Bay residents pay a $40 water deposit and a $60 sewer-service deposit to the Brevard County Water Resources Department. A nonrefundable account setup charge of $15 is required. Call (772) 664-5916.

Melbourne supplies water to its residents and those of Indian Harbour Beach, Satellite Beach, Indialantic, Melbourne Beach, Melbourne Village and parts of West Melbourne. The city requires a $43 water deposit and a $77 sewer deposit for mainland residents and customers on city water. A $103 water and sewer deposit is required for beachside residents on county sewer. Go to Melbourne City Hall, 900 E. Strawbridge Ave. Call 727-2900 or 953-6390. Or visit melbourneflorida.org

In West Melbourne, a $100 deposit is required to establish service and a nonrefundable $10 service fee will be added to your first bill. Billing for trash collection is included in the water-sewer bill. Deposit is refunded when service is disconnected. Go to West Melbourne City Hall, 2285 Minton Road. Call 727-7700 or visit westmelbourne.org

Titusville residents are charged $40 for water, $60 for sewer service and a $14 deposit for garbage pickup. A $15 nonrefundable administrative fee may apply. After three years of good credit, the deposits are refunded. Go to Titusville City Hall, 555 Washington Ave. Call 383-5791 or visit www.titusville.com

Cocoa provides service from Port St. John south to the Pineda Causeway in north Melbourne, and includes residents from Merritt Island and Cocoa Beach. Charges vary. All customers pay a $20 administration fee that shows up on the first bill. Cocoa residents may pay deposits of $50 for sewer plus $40 for water. Customers on septic tanks pay only the $40 water deposit. Go to Cocoa City Hall, 603 Brevard Ave., between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays. Call 639-7500 or visit www.cocoafl.org

Suntree/Viera customers may pay deposits of $60 for county sewer, $40 for city water. Rockledge residents pay a $40 sewage deposit. Cocoa Beach residents pay up to $95 for sewer. Start service online at www.cocoafl.org

Palm Bay provides water and sewer service through its utilities department. Residents pay $40 deposit for water and a non-refundable administrative fee of $15. If sewer service is available in your area, an additional $50 deposit is required for sewer service. After three years of excellent credit, the water and sewer deposits can be refunded. Cash and credit are accepted at City Hall, 120 Malabar Road S.E. Call 952-3420 or visit www.palmbayfl.org

Residents in the Mims and Scottsmoor areas, outside Titusville, use county water and sewer service. A $30 deposit is required for water service. A $90 deposit is required for water and sewer service, and a nonrefundable account set-up fee of $15 is required. Go to the Brevard County Utilities Finance Office, 2262 High Drive, Mims. Call 264-5130.

Mitch Ribak, Broker (321) 259-9115 Melbourne Real Estate Palm Bay Real Estate Brevard County Real Estate

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