The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office announced a new program for parents and children in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
The First Responders Parade is set to launch Tuesday night, according to a news release promoting the idea of “coming together while staying apart.”
The parades will be held Tuesday-Friday nights from 6 p.m.-9 p.m. at four different locations.
Ivey said families will be able to go to drive-thru the locations and see massive fire trucks, makeshift crime scenes, and K-9s. The displays will be in partnership with other law enforcement agencies like Brevard County Fire Rescue and local police departments with parade concluding with bags of candy, handed to families in their cars by a bomb squad robot.
- Tuesday at New Life Space Coast Church in Titusville | 6755 S Washington Avenue
- Wednesday at Merritt Square Mall in Merritt Island | 777 E Merritt Island Causeway
- Thursday at Wickham Park in Melbourne | 2500 Parkway Drive
- Friday at Eastern Florida State College in Cocoa | 1519 Clearlake Road