Floodplain Protection

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It is important to protect natural floodplain functions.  

  • No pollutants down the storm drains; they drain to the bay. 
  • Protect our turtle nesting areas.  Stay off the beach after sunset.
  • Report broken silt fences; they help keep our streams clean.

Download this informative brochure on the WATERSHED, Where we Live/Work/Play, encouraging everyone to "Make a Difference!  Only Rain Down the Drain!"

http://www.pinellascounty.org/environment/watershed/watershed_toolkit/Watershed_Brochure.pdf

See this link to Florida's natural areas, which includes descriptions, maps, and also has a mobile app available:

http://nature-areas.floridanatureguide.com/state-parks/florida-state-parks-overview/

The following report completed in December 2013 details background, observations, findings and recommendations for the Dunedin Waterfront, as compiled by a Citizen Waterfront Task Force.

www.pinellascounty.org/purchase/CCNA_PDF/134-0092-NC/134-0092-NC_%20WaterfrontTaskForce_%20FinalReport.pdf

Reporting illegal floodplain development is simple.  Click on this link and enter the address, use the available map. There is a free mobile app you can also download.  Help keep your community safe.

http://www.pinellascounty.org/reportanissue/

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