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North Florida Regional Water Supply Plan

St. Johns River in Clay County

North Florida Regional Water Supply Plan

2020–2045 North Florida Regional Water Supply Plan

The districts have begun the reevaluation of the 2015–2035 North Florida Regional Water Supply Plan (NFRWSP), which was approved at a joint meeting of the SJRWMD and SRWMD governing boards in January 2017. This reevaluation is being conducted to meet the requirements of Section 373.709 of the Florida Statutes, which requires the districts to reevaluate their determinations concerning the need for a water supply plan at least every five years. The development of the 2020–2045 NFRWSP will be conducted in an open process involving local governments and other stakeholders. Below are tentative milestones guiding the development of the 2020–2045 NFRWSP:

As the planning process proceeds, this webpage will be updated with data and documents and for upcoming public meetings. Additionally, interested stakeholders are encouraged to sign up to be notified when data or documents are posted or when meetings for the 2020–2045 NFRWSP are scheduled to occur. To be added to the mailing list, please send your first and last names, group affiliation (if any) and email address to partnership@sjrwmd.com.

Previous Water Supply Plan

The 2015–2035 North Florida Regional Water Supply Plan (NFRWSP) was the first-ever regional water supply plan for the Partnership, local governments, public supply utilities, environmental advocates and other stakeholders. These groups all shared the common goals of preserving and extending our future water supply.

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