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Meeting Florida’s Water Usage Needs Through the Water Protection and Sustainability Program

Meeting 2025 Water Supply Needs

By 2025, Floridians are expected to use about 2 billion gallons more fresh water each day. The Water Protection and Sustainability Program, created by the Legislature in 2005, is tasked with increasing available water supplies, including alternative water supplies, and promoting efficient water use and conservation to meet existing and future water supply needs. The Department’s annual report, “Tapping New Sources: Meeting 2025 Water Supply Needs“, describes highlights and accomplishments of this new program.

Water Project Funding in Florida

Are you a local government or utility looking for financial assistance for a wastewater, stormwater, drinking water, or surface water improvement project? “Water Resource Funding in Florida” is a handy brochure with lots of information on available money, basic program requirements, and whom to talk to at various state and federal funding programs. We also have links to more detailed information on DEP’s programs on our Water Projects Funding page.

  • Information on Legislative water projects, July 2008: The 2008-09 budget (General Appropriations Act) has been passed and approved by the Governor, including funded local government water projects. The list of projects is included in the excerpt from the GAA, in line item 1772C. Only one project was vetoed. For more information, see the 2008 session wrap-up.

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