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District takes additional precautions as Hurricane Ian approaches west coast

In anticipation of heavy rainfall, the District continues to proactively take steps to help minimize flooding. In the Upper St. Johns River Basin and Upper Ocklawaha River Basin.

What a typical District homeowner can expect to pay in 2020 for their water management district portion of their tax bill at 0.2189 mills

District reduces tax rate for 10th year, funds major water supply projects in nearly $164 million budget

While funding an unprecedented number of projects, the St. Johns River Water Management District’s Governing Board on Tuesday adopted its fiscal year 2022‒2023 budget and reduced its millage rate for a 10th consecutive year

District Operation and Maintenance staff are actively preparing for the anticipated rainfall from Hurricane Ian

District to close all public lands as Hurricane Ian continues to shift east

The District will close all District-managed navigational locks, campgrounds and properties, to include trails and day use areas, throughout its 18-county region Tuesday, Sept. 27

Map of an incoming storm

District prepares for Hurricane Ian as path shifts east overnight

The District is closely monitoring Hurricane Ian and is taking proactive measures to help manage the anticipated rainfall in the coming days.

Water flowing into a storm drain

District urges preparedness as forecast puts Florida in Tropical Depression path

The District is closely monitoring Tropical Depression Nine and is preparing for potential heavy rainfall throughout the region.

Farm irrigation equipment

Seven local growers will share over $860,000 for participation in water conservation efforts

Today, the District Governing Board approved the execution of seven contracts that will provide local growers with over $860,000 in cost-share funds.

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