The City of Brevard Sewer Collection Division is responsible for the installation, maintenance, and repair of all wastewater collection system lines within the city's collection system.
This division is responsible for manholes. If you notice a lid missing or a manhole discharging, please report this using the contact information on the right.
Neely Road Pump Station and Flow Equalization Project. All interested parties are hereby advised that the City of Brevard is seeking comments on the Engineering Report - Environmental Information Document (ER-EID) for the Neely Road Pump Station and Flow Equalization project. A public meeting will be held in the City Council Chambers located at 95 West Main Street in Brevard on Monday, April 27, 2015 from 12 to 2 p.m. This public meeting is designated to solicit comments on the ER-EID for this project from the public and any interested parties.
A copy of the Neely Road Pump Station and Flow Equalization ER-EID is available by clicking the link below.
The Neely Road Pump Station and Flow Equalization project includes replacing the existing Neely Road pump station with a new 4,760 gallons-per-minute (gpm) pump station, installing 2.6 miles of 20-inch force main to convey flows to the City's wastewater treatment plant (WWTP), and constructing a 3.2 million-gallon (MG) equalization tank at the WWTP. Funding required for this project is $13.66 million, and the funding source is a Clean Water State Revolving Fund loan.