JULY 7, 2020
The City of Cocoa Beach has put a mandatory mask order into effect. The order goes into effect at 8am on Wednesday. Everyone is to wear masks in any indoor place of business in Cocoa Beach or an outdoor location where you cannot practice social distancing.
JULY 3, 2020
The City of Cocoa Beach has put out an order strongly urging everyone to wear masks.The full order can be found shared onto our facebook page (www.facebook.com/seagullbeachclub) or on the City of Cocoa Beach's website, which also has who is excluded from needing to wear masks. Some businesses will require you wear one while some might not. They have also set restrictions on the beach, groups of 10 or less and everyone must stay 10 feet apart.
JUNE 5, 2020
We are in Phase 2 of re-opening. Many restrictions have been lifted but social distancing is still mandated.
We still cannot resume the picnic at this time.
The quarantine restrictions for NY, NJ, LA, and Connecticut are still in effect.
We still encourage that if you are sick or feel safer at home, to stay home.
For more information and the full executive order, please visit:
May 16, 2020
The Florida Department of Health has reiterated that the following is still in effect as of May 16:
Travelers entering the state of Florida from Connecticut, Louisiana, New Jersey, or New York must self-isolate for a period of 14 days from their entry into Florida or the duration of their stay in Florida, whichever is shorter. For more information visit
May 4, 2020
Effective May 4, 2020: per The Brevard County Government, the ban on out of town visitors will be lifted. At that time we will be able to take rentals again as well as let owners guests in as long as we have something in writing from the deeded owner.
Although the out of town restrictions will be lifted we will still have to follow the CDC guidelines, no more than 10 people allowed in the pool area, no picnic or bingo, and check the City of Cocoa Beach’s website for beach restrictions. You are encouraged to stay home if you feel sick or safer at home.
This is the latest update from the Brevard County Government for Phase One Re-opening Procedures.
We hope you all stay safe.
As of April 21, 2020 the city of Cocoa Beach has loosened some beach restrictions, you can now sit and/or lie on the beach in groups of less than five. You must practice social distancing with six feet apart in all directions. You can read the whole order on the City of Cocoa Beach's website, we have also shared a copy on our facebook site.