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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

11th consecutive year: District reduces tax rate, funds comprehensive list of projects in $250 million budget

The St. Johns River Water Management District’s Governing Board has unanimously approved its fiscal year 2023‒2024 budget, marking the 11th consecutive year of reduced millage rates.

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St. Johns River Water Management District and the Jacksonville Jaguars team up to encourage water conservation

As football season gets underway, the District and the Jacksonville Jaguars have joined forces to pay tribute to the St. Johns River and promote water conservation.

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Water management districts seek public comment on water supply plan

After months of gathering data, soliciting project ideas a draft update to the North Florida Regional Water Supply Partnership water supply plan is now ready for review and public comment.

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St. Johns River Water Management District invests $470,000 in water conservation for local growers

The District Governing Board approved the execution of six contracts that will provide local growers with nearly $470,000 in cost-share funds.

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Collaborative efforts enhance District land management objectives

The District is recognizing another year of strong, effective management of its more than 425,000 acres across the 18-county region. During Tuesday’s Governing Board meeting, staff shared how collaboration between District staff and partners ensures the lands are managed well.

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August sees below-average rainfall

Overall, rainfall across the District’s 18-county region was drier than average in August.

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