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 In the News...

FREE Erosion and Sediment Control Inspector Class July 29th and 30th. Learn more HERE and register HERE.

FREE Webinar exploring the economic value of springs. Click HERE for more information.

Need to fix your irrigation system or rainfall shut off device? Click HERE for more information.

Keep Grass off the Streets! Landscaping campaign kicks off again. Click HERE for more details.

 

 


Are you WATER WISE?
Check out the pages below to learn more about protecting our water!

      Water Data Portal

Visit this site to view an interactive map for downloading ACEPD's surface water and groundwater data.

 Button that leads to the Water Data Portal site

 

Water Resources Goals

Alachua County Environmental Protection Department (ACEPD)  Water Resources Program protects our water resources by monitoring surface waters, groundwater, springs, and wastewater and enforcing the Water Quality, Fertilizer, Irrigation,  and Hazardous Materials codes. ACEPD is also involved with public education and citizen volunteer groups.

 

Water Resources Benchmarks

  2nd Quarter 2014

  • Inspections of Regulated Facilities - 190
  • Complaints and Spills Investigations - 48
  • Water Quality Monitoring Locations - 175
  • Outreach and Public Event Meeting - 31

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