Protect Our Water

Conservation

Water supply, water conservation and water quality are issues of critical concern for Florida. The available water supply for drinking water in Florida is limited and additional water supply sources are being explored in order to meet future water supply demand. Learn about watering restrictions.

Prevention

Excessive nutrient loading to surface and ground waters negatively impacts water quality and it is far easier and much less expensive to minimize the amount of nutrients that get into our waters than it is to remove nutrients from the water. Learn about fertilizer restrictions.

Taking Action

To address these critical issues, St. Johns County has adopted the Stormwater Ordinance (2006-62), the Fertilizer Ordinance (2010-19) and the Landscape Irrigation Ordinance (2010-20) in order to Protect Our Waters.

More Information

For more information, contact Code Enforcement at (904) 209-0734 or report a violation using PRIDE.

 

 

 

 

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