2013 Water Supply Assessment Update
The 2013 Water Supply Assessment Update provides a regional evaluation of water supply sources and projections of future demands through 2035 for the 16 counties of Northwest Florida. Water demand projections are provided at the county level for the following use categories: public supply, domestic self-supply, agriculture, recreation, power generation, and I/C/I (Commercial / Industrial / Institutional) self-supply. Demand projections are also provided for individual public supply utilities with a permitted average daily rate of 100,000 gallons or greater.
To better evaluate and plan for our long-term water supply needs, the District is committed to coordinating our efforts with local governments, utilities and the general public. This is will help the District efficiently and effectively meet the future needs of the citizens of Northwest Florida, while sustaining our natural resources and the environment. The information included in the WSA Update should aid in developing future utility infrastructure plans and in meeting the water supply planning requirements of local comprehensive plans.
2013 Water Supply Assessment Update - Draft
2013 Water Supply Assessment Update Workshop Presentation
Workshops will be held on (click on link below for more information):
October 28 at the Okaloosa Water & Sewer Administration Complex,
Ft. Walton Beach
October 29 at District Headquarters in Midway
October 30 at Gulf Coast State College, Gibson Lecture Hall Panama City
Comments will be accepted through November 7, and can be submitted to:
81 Water Management Drive
Havana, FL 32333-4712
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