Current Water Conditions

01-23-2019
levels
Lake Okeechobee
12.29ft
01-22-2019
rainfall
Month to date
0.5in
01-23-2019
storage
View map of major storage areas and available capacity

In The News

SFWMD Begins Canal Surveying Work for EAA Storage Reservoir
SFWMD Completes First Phase of STA-1 West Expansion
North Shore Locks to Close as Lake Okeechobee Levels Continue to Drop
SFWMD Planning for Potential Water Shortage Conditions
Federico Fernandez, Governing Board Chairman

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The South Florida Water Management District is the oldest and largest of the state's five water management districts, managing water resources in a 16-county region that stretches from Orlando to the Florida Keys, serving a population of 8.1 million.

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Federico Fernandez, Governing Board Chairman

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photo of drying Kissimmee River floodplain in January 2019
SFWMD Planning for Potential Water Shortage Conditions
With a drier than average dry season so far and what are historically the driest months of the year still to come, SFWMD is hard at work planning to ensure adequate water supply amid potential water shortage conditions over the coming months.
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