City of Cape Canaveral Wastewater Treatment Facility Modernization

May 2024

City of Cape Canaveral Wastewater Treatment Plant, FL (14)
Construction (C)
Congressional Districts: 8


The City of Cape Canaveral Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) services just over 10,000 residents and has a maximum sewage treatment capacity of 1.8 million gallons per day. Additionally, the critical facility also hosts the City of Cape Canaveral Public Works Services Department, two-thirds of the City's vehicle fleet, and serves as the City's infrastructure repair and recovery headquarters through hazard events.

This project is authorized by Section 14 of Flood Control Act of 1946, as amended.


Estimated Total Cost $200,000
Estimated Federal Cost           $150,000

    a. Regular Civil Works Funds:

Allocation thru FY23                $50,000
Allocation for FY24 $50,000
President's Budget FY25 $0


    b. P.L 117-58: Bi-Partisan Infrastructure Law:

Total Work Plan                      $50,000
Allocation thru FY23 $50,000
Allocation for FY24 $0



City of Cape Canaveral
Post Office Box 326
Cape Canaveral, Florida 39220


The Federal Interest Determination (FID) was approved on May 24, 2023, for the feasibility study. An FCSA was executed between the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the City of Cape Canaveral on February 20, 2024. An official kick-off and Management Measures meeting was held March 12, 2024. The study is expected to be complete in one year with a total cost of $200,000. The initial $100,000 was federally funded. The remaining $100,000 will be Cost-Shared, with 50% Federal and 50% Non-Federal.

City of Canaveral Waste Water Treatment Plant