The St. Johns River Water Management District is a natural administrative organization of the province of Florida whose work is centered around guaranteeing a long haul supply of drinking water, and to secure and reestablish the wellbeing of water bodies in the area's 18 areas in upper east and east-focal Florida. While the region works intimately with utilities on water supply issues, the region isn't a water provider.
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Florida’s five regional water management districts were established in 1972 by the state Legislature through passage of the Water Resources Act (Chapter 373, Florida Statutes).
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