ILLICIT DISCHARGE HOTLINE
Water quality of the Indian River Lagoon and the St. Johns River has declined due to excess nutrients, sediment and other pollutants carried by stormwater. Brevard County collects funds for stormwater management projects that help minimize and/or eliminate flooding and reduce pollution of our waterways. The County’s Stormwater Utility Fee has been increased to accelerate projects and programs that improve the water quality of impaired water bodies within Brevard County including the Indian River Lagoon. Click the links below to read the adopted resolutions for the stormwater utility fee increase:
FY 14-15 Adoption of Stormwater Fee Increase
FY 14-15 Adoption of New Stormwater Assessment
Stormwater Program Actions
The new Natural Resources mapping program is now available to the public!
View natural features including: potential wetlands; land use/land cover; soil types; eagle nests; and more. This mapping program is a beta testing version, and we welcome your questions or comments. More features and layers are forthcoming. Please forward any feedback to email@example.com.
Click http://gis.brevardcounty.us/natres.html to access mapping now.
Staff can also provide a more in-depth analysis of potential environmental resource considerations: Property Review Application
Environmental Resources Management
Provides responsible guidance and professional administration of county environmental ordinances; and efficient management of Brevard County's government-owned lands. Environmental Resources Management
performs the responsibilities of the former Environmental Management and Environmental Permitting sections.
Environmental Remediation and Compliance
Protects and restores Brevard County’s groundwater and drinking water sources through proper management and disposal of hazardous materials, hazardous waste and petroleum products.
The Watershed Management Section is comprised of a Stormwater Utility Program
that designs, constructs, monitors, operates, and maintains stormwater infrastructure to reduce flooding and improve water quality and a
Beach Management Program
that administers several beach restoration projects that place beach quality sand and native dune vegetation along the Atlantic shoreline to protect upland property and maintain healthy beaches for residents, tourists and wildlife.
Boating and Waterways
Brevard County’s Boating and Waterways Program works to align the needs and resources of the County’s extensive waterways. The Program ensures the safety and enjoyment of the general public and is working to maintain a balance between the environmental, recreational, and commercial needs of the region, now and into the future.