Budget & Finance The District provides online access to budget documents and monthly financial statements to demonstrate how tax dollars are being invested to manage and protect South Florida's water resources.
NEW:Lobbyist Registration and Database Effective July 1, 2014, a person may not lobby the District until such person has registered as a lobbyist with the SFWMD Clerk's Office.
Notice of Permit Applications Received Browse weekly online listings of all permit applications submitted to the District. A hard copy of this report is available each week at the reception desk in the B-1 Building of SFWMD headquarters.
The offices of the South Florida Water Management District will be closed on Monday, Sept. 1, in observance of Labor Day. SFWMD offices will reopen as normal on Tuesday, Sept. 2.
Rainy Season Readiness
South Florida's annual rainy season typically last from June through October, a five-month period that brings more than two-thirds of our regional rainfall in an average year. The rainy season can also bring flooding, which may occur when large amounts of rain fall over a short period of time or from a single heavy storm, tropical system or hurricane.
Flood Control: A Shared Responsibility The South Florida Water Management District operates and maintains the regional water management system known as the Central and Southern Florida Project. This system of canals and natural waterways connects to community drainage districts and hundreds of smaller neighborhood systems to effectively manage floodwaters during heavy rain.
How You Can Help South Florida residents can do their part to prepare for flooding by:
Learning about our regional drainage system
Maintaining neighborhood swales, culvert and ditches by removing debris and obstructions
Reporting or correcting problems both before and after a storm