COVID-19

The St. Johns River Water Management District is committed to protecting the health and safety of its staff and the public by limiting the transmission of COVID-19.

Following guidance from the state of Florida and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the District has:

Most District lands are currently open. Camping reopened May 22. Please keep appropriate distance from other visitors and follow regular outdoor safety guidelines. Visit www.sjrwmd.com/lands/recreation/announcements for updates.

For COVID-19 (CoronaVirus) latest updates, visit www.FloridaHealth.gov/COVID-19.

Important District contacts:

Permits: 386-329-4570

General questions: 386-329-4500

Media: 904-730-6258 or 904-545-5064

Staff directory: www.sjrwmd.com/contact

Rainfall dashboard

Daily: 0.42
Monthly: 7.95
Yearly: 51.00

The yearly amount
is a rolling,
cumulative for the
previous 365 days

Latest news

An inside look at district projects

The district implements a variety of projects to protect water resources, water supplies, water quality and natural systems, and to provide flood protection as part of its day-to-day work to meet its core missions.

Construction equipment at work site

Springs protection projects

The district helps fund projects to protect spring water flow and water quality. These projects have included wastewater treatment facility upgrades to enhance nutrient removal and expansion of reclaimed water.

Crane Creek boat dock

Crane Creek project

The Crane Creek / M-1 Canal project will substantially reduce nutrients flowing into the Indian River Lagoon by diverting stormwater from the canal westward for treatment prior to discharging the water to the St. Johns River.

Woman standing waist-deep in Lake Apopka

Lake Apopka restoration

Ongoing restoration work and new projects are improving the health of this central Florida lake, as seen through expanded coverage of aquatic grasses, increases in gamefish and improving water clarity.

A map of the Black Creek Water Resource Development recharge area location on Camp Blanding

Black Creek Water Resource Development Project

Project will help to replenish the Floridan aquifer in northeast Florida using flow from the flood-prone Black Creek in Clay County.