Brevard County Public Works Service Request for Traffic Operations

To provide information to the Public Works Department Traffic Operations program on a Brevard County roadway (i.e., traffic signal, pavement markings, or signage issue.), please complete the following form. You may also use this form for signal problems/complaints on roadways with a State Road designation (i.e., US1, SR 520, etc.). Brevard County Traffic Operations is responsible for maintenance of traffic signals on many, but not all, state roads within Brevard County.

This information will be automatically directed to the Public Works Road & Bridge Public Access Service Request system for processing and review. Once the form is submitted an auto-confirmation email will be sent to the email address provided. The email will contain a Service Request number and a Web Link to track your Service Request. Please use the link contained in that email to check the status of your Service Request at any time. Always provide the Service Request number when directly contacting Public Works operations staff. Please allow a minimum of three (3) business days to respond to your request. Only one email will be sent from this Service Request system.

This form SHOULD NOT be used to report emergencies or other serious problems. For emergencies During Business Hours, please contact the Public Works Department directly at (321) 617-7202. After hours emergencies should be reported to (321) 637-6670.

Please DO NOT use this form for problems/complaints for any roads with a State Road Designation (US1, I-95, etc.) or on a city-maintained street. State Roads fall under the jurisdiction of the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). The FDOT Brevard Operations can be reached at 321-634-6100.

Under Florida law, email addresses and information provided is a public record. If you do not want your email address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic information to this office. Instead, contact our office by phone or in writing.

Disclaimer: As with any technology-based system, processing of these requests may be delayed by system outages, etc.