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Hurricane Season 2023

District shares data, coordinates with local governments for hurricane response


It’s hurricane season, and our work continues to ensure we are ready when severe weather heads our way. 

St. Johns River Water Management District staff prepare and train year-round for emergencies — both to address our operational needs and to assist the communities we serve. We recently invited representatives from city, county, and state agencies to attend a coordination meeting to share ideas on how to predict better, manage, and respond before and after a storm.

“We appreciate the participation and interest from our central Florida partners,” said St. Johns River Water Management District Executive Director Mike Register. “This region experienced historic amounts of rainfall last hurricane season, and while I’m proud of our staff’s efforts and response, we want to continue to find ways to improve coordination and collaboration between our local and regional partners and us.”

In addition to this coordination meeting, the District recently updated the storm preparedness and response page on its website. New to the page are links to websites and social media accounts of counties within the District’s service area to allow the public direct information from their local governments and the District.

Also, on the storm resources page, you’ll find the following:

Read more about our coordination meeting.

NOAA, FEMA, SJRWMD, St. Johns River Water Management District, Hurricane Season 2023, Hurricane Prep


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