Watch Governing Board meetings online
District Governing Board meetings are now broadcast on the Internet. See the live streaming broadcast. View in Internet Explorer 11, Chrome and Firefox web browsers. The Sept. 8, 2015, committee meetings begin at 1 p.m.
Things to know for storm season
Current water quality and algae news
Stay informed about current water quality and algae information in northeast Florida’s Lower St. Johns River Basin.
Permitting News You Can Use
Regulatory newsletter focuses on helpful information for permit holders and applicants to understand and navigate the regulatory process.
Know your watering days
During daylight saving time, watering is allowed two days per week on designated days. Learn about districtwide watering restrictions.
Pages focus on Indian River Lagoon’s health
Stay informed on the work under way to investigate and address challenges facing the Indian River Lagoon.
Springs protection projects
The District’s Springs Protection Initiative is partnering with local governments and other agencies to implement projects to protect springs systems.
Sept. 3, 2015
More than 50 scientists and engineers with the District and University of Florida met to report on progress made in the first year of a three-year partnership to enhance the scientific foundation needed to develop solutions to restore and protect Florida’s springs
Aug. 27, 2015
The District will begin live streaming its Governing Board meetings effective with the Sept. 8, 2015, Board meeting
Aug. 20, 2015
Brown’s Farm in Alachua County recently received $94,000 from the District, using the funding to install a more efficient irrigation system that will conserve water and produce quality crop yields
Aug. 14, 2015
The temporary closure of the Burrell Lock and Dam in Lake County will be extended from Aug. 21 until Friday, Sept. 4. The District closed the structure on July 27 for routine maintenance. Persistent rain has delayed completion of the work
Aug. 12, 2015
The District is seeking to partner with Clay County and Camp Blanding on a project to increase flows to Alligator Creek, thus increasing recharge to the Floridan aquifer and potentially bolstering downstream flows
Aug. 12, 2015
The District has received a $263,000 grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to continue restoring coastal marshes in Volusia and northern Brevard counties
Aug. 11, 2015
The District’s Governing Board on Aug. 11 approved $25 million in cooperative funding for 50 local projects that when leveraged with local partners’ funding represents more than $98 million in total project investment
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