In April 2013 the Governing Board adopted a strategic plan to replace the District Water Management Plan consistent with Section 373.036(2)(e),
Florida Statutes (F.S.). The strategic plan is updated annually, is for a minimum five-year planning horizon and identifies goals, strategic priorities, strategies, success indicators, milestones/deliverables and funding sources for the District. This document is the annual update to the strategic plan and establishes a new five-year period of fiscal year (FY) 2016–2020.
Cost-share funding documentation and applications for Agriculture , Rural Economic Development Initiative (REDI) and district-wide cost-share projects.
View the district budget, financial statements and procurement or vendor forms needed for purchasing.
Wildlife management area (WMA) hunting regulations summary and area maps for district properties and partnership properties and special youth and veteran hunting programs.
Plans for district-owned lands are developed as properties are purchased to determine the uses of the land that are consistent with district land management policy, to determine those activities that are least harmful to the properties and to ensure maximum safety for the public.
As part of its work to protect water resources, the St. Johns River Water Management District prepares a variety of plans and reports. Each plan or report is developed to address or evaluate specific district responsibilities. Plans are updated as needed and are in compliance with Florida laws.
Permitting application forms, guides and checklists for Consumptive Use Permits (CUP), Environmental Resource Permits (ERP) and water well construction permits, final orders, rules and United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) permits that are administered by the district.
Technical publications, professional papers (shorter in nature), special publications and fact sheets published by the district since 1978. Technical publications for the Indian River Lagoon are also included.
Trail guides for many of the district properties provide detailed, topographical maps. The trail guides are designed to give hikers and other users a better idea of the conditions they can expect on these public lands.