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The Suwannee and Santa Fe rivers continue to rise, with levels at many gages the highest in 5 years. Minor flooding is expected at most gages, but the Santa Fe at Three Rivers will reach major flood stage by Friday.

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SRWMD Bradford County land purchase will benefit regional water resources
The Suwannee River Water Management District (District) in partnership with the National Guard Bureau, acquired a 344 acre tract in Bradford County from Bradford Timberlands, LLC. Additional Info...
SRWMD closes 18 land tracts due to flooding
The Suwannee River Water Management District (District) has closed 18 of its public land parcels due to rising water levels along the Suwannee, Alapaha, Santa Fe, and Steinhatchee rivers. Additional Info...
The Wacissa River and Springs – a little piece of unspoiled paradise
Secluded and diverse, the Wacissa River and Springs are a great place to visit. They are located within the Suwannee River Water Management District (District) near the town of Wacissa in Jefferson County. Additional Info...
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Local governments recognized for adopting water conservation proclamations
The District encourages local governments to adopt proclamations to recognize April as Water Conservation Month. Local governments who adopt a proclamation will be recognized on the District’s website.

Flood Chart Available
Property owners along the Withlacoochee and Little River Basins may access a new flood chart to assist with making evacuation decisions.

2014 Consolidated Annual Report
A draft of the 2014 Consolidated Annual Report is now available for download.