Erosion District

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MISSION:
The St. Lucie County Erosion District was created in 1967 by a special act of the Florida Legislature with the intent and purpose to provide a means to manage beach erosion problems in St. Lucie County. The Mosquito Control and Coastal Management Services's Erosion District provides information, analysis, and staff support sufficient for the County Administrator and the Erosion District Board to make well-informed decisions.

FUNCTION:
The Erosion District is dedicated to providing technical expertise and sound engineering judgment in evaluating beach erosion and inlet management issues. The District is primarily responsible for planning and coordinating beach, environmental and coastal issues with local, state and federal agencies. Additional duties include management of the Artificial Reef Program. The District is also responsible for preparation of a fiscal budget, project administration and management, overseeing consultant contracts, and seeking funding assistance.

Pumping SandThe District is dedicated to providing technical expertise and sound engineering judgment in evaluating beach erosion and inlet management issues and is primarily responsible for coordinating beach, environmental and coastal issues with local, state (Department of Environmental Protection) and federal (United States Army Corps of Engineers) agencies

 Contact info:

Richard Bouchard

3150 Will Fee Road
Ft. Pierce, Florida 34982
Bouchardr@stlucieco.org

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