Save Our Indian River Lagoon Plan Project Story Map
This Story Map shows where all the Save Our Indian River Lagoon Plan Projects are located and provides information on the status and benefits of each project.
The Brevard County Living Shoreline Story Map
The Brevard County Living Shoreline Story Map provides information on the various types of living shorelines and benefits, plus interactive maps of shoreline data along the Indian River Lagoon in Brevard County.
The Septic Overlay Map tool will provide information on whether a property falls with the area requiring an advanced septic system for new construction.
To show the overlay of areas required to use advanced septic open the tab named “Layer” and then check the “Indian River Lagoon” box. The sliding bar will adjust the transparency so that users can see the property underlying the overlay boundaries.
This GIS map is a quick reference tool and not the sole determination for the type of septic that will be required. For properties partially covered by the overlay, they may still need a survey to show that a proposed septic system falls in or outside the boundaries.
This Story Map shows the locations of all current baffle boxes in Brevard County and which entity manages them. Baffle boxes are an important part of trapping and preventing plant debris and litter from entering the lagoon. This keeps debris from decomposing into muck and harmful nutrients that feed algae blooms. Later generation baffle boxes also treat the water with special filters to remove some of the excess nutrients already dissolved in stormwater.
Indian River Lagoon Basin Management Plan Story Maps
A Basin Management Action Plan (BMAP) is a framework for water quality restoration, containing local and state commitments to reduce pollutant loading through current and future projects and strategies. BMAPs contain a comprehensive set of solutions,
such as permit limits on wastewater facilities, urban and agricultural best management practices, and conservation programs designed to achieve pollutant reduction established by a Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL).
These broad-based plans are developed with local stakeholders and rely on local input and commitment for development and successful implementation. BMAPs are adopted by DEP Secretarial Order and are legally enforceable.
Central Indian River Lagoon Basin Management Plan Story Map
North Indian River Lagoon Basin Management Plan Story Map
Banana River Lagoon Basin Management Plan Story Map