The St. Johns River Water Management District is charged with protecting Florida’s water resources, but it takes the help of many partners and individuals to successfully put our core missions into action.

Citrus grower Cody Estes monitors a weather station at his grove

Latest District News

Nutrient loader to the Indian River Lagoon

Cocoa Beach cost-share project is another win for the Indian River Lagoon

The city of Cocoa Beach has completed improvements to its water reclamation facility, thanks in part to the district’s 2019 cost-share program.

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Minimum flows and levels, strategy to protect Lake Butler near completion

The district is nearing completion of the process to set protective minimum flows and levels (MFLs) for Lake Butler, a 296-acre sandhill lake in Volusia County.

A map illustrates rainfall conditions in July across the St. Johns River Water Management District

Volusia gets a foot of rain in July while north Florida rain stays below average

Along with the threat of a hurricane at the end of July, some portions of the district received copious rainfall.

District employee filming an interview

Application deadline to share in agricultural cost-share funds is Sept. 8

The district is accepting applications through Sept. 8 from farmers, growers and ranchers interested in participating in the districtwide Agricultural Cost-share Program funding for agricultural projects that promote water conservation and reduce nutrient runoff.

Aerial view of Headwaters Lake Boat ramp parking lot

Headwaters Lake Boat Ramp to open Aug. 10

Anglers rejoice! The district will open the highly anticipated Headwaters Lake Boat Ramp in Indian River County on Aug 10.

Media inquiries

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Nancy Rubin

Communications Manager
Office: 904-448-7935
Mobile: 904-716-5574

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Teresa Monson

Public Communications Coordinator
Office: 904-730-6258
Mobile: 904-545-5064


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Media resources


District lands accommodate nature’s “sweetest” worker, the honey bee

Cost-share projects

Lake Apopka: Road to recovery

How the district protects water bodies: An overview of MFLs