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Cost-share funding, FY 2016–2017
Cost-share funding, FY 2015–2016
- General cost-share funding
- Springs Water Conservation (CFWI and NFRWSP)
- Rural Economic Development Initiative (REDI)
Cooperative funding, FY 2013–2014
The St. Johns River Water Management District’s Governing Board approved a ranking of cooperative funding project applications that provides funding for 23 projects with local governments and other entities in fiscal year 2013–2014 (Oct. 1, 2013–Sept. 30, 2014). The projects are located in nine counties — Alachua, Clay, Duval, Flagler, Lake, Marion, Orange, Seminole and Volusia.
The funded projects include reclaimed water and water conservation projects, springshed nutrient-reduction projects, and enhancements to wastewater treatment and water distribution systems.
The district received 42 cooperative funding project applications during the spring submittal period that ended May 1, 2013. The 23 projects slated for funding emerged as priority projects following an intensive and objective evaluation of each application.
The cooperative funding was provided as an incentive for timely construction and operation of projects that further specific district initiatives, including Springs Protection, North Florida Water Supply Partnership, and Central Florida Water Initiative.