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In The Spotlight at Brevard County District 5

In The Spotlight at Brevard County District 5

Welcome to Commissioner Andy Anderson's website! Commissioner Anderson and his staff want to keep the lines of communication open with our constituents and welcome your feedback. This helps us serve our district better and generate new ideas for improving the quality of life in Brevard County.



Phase 1 of Riverside Drive Project Nears Completion

 MELBOURNE, Fla.--- The first phase of the Riverside Drive Project should be completed by late September according to the Brevard County Public Works Department.  Riverside Drive has been closed from Sand Pine Road to Paradise Boulevard since July 8th

Phase 1 of the project included the installation of a 38 x 60 elliptical reinforced concrete pipe and two headwalls across Riverside Drive at the canal next to Sand Dollar Road.

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About Andy Anderson

  • Married with 3 great children. Andy and his wife Sybrina have been together for 19 years. They have 3 sons: Christian, Michael Hunter, and Daniel
  • 22 Year resident of Brevard County. All 22 years as a resident of Brevard County Commission, District 5
  • Former City Council member, City of Palm Bay


District 5 Commissioner Andy Anderson

Ph: (321) 253-6611
Fax: (321) 253-6620
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District 5 Office Location:

1515 Sarno Road
Building B
Melbourne, Florida 32935

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