DEP has implemented a paperless permitting process that will allow for electronic submission of applications, forms and requests for information; and following permit issuance, the submission of required compliance forms. These documents may be submitted via email to BIPP@FloridaDEP.gov.
JCP processing fees are the sum of the fees required by 62B-41.0085, 62-4.050(4)(h) and 18-21.008, .009, or .010, F.A.C. ERP processing fees are the sum of the fees required by 62-4.050(4)(h) and 18-21.008, .009 or .010, F.A.C.
Nearshore Hardbottom in Southeastern Florida The “Ecological Functions of Nearshore Hardbottom in Southeastern Florida Field Study” is being conducted by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection in cooperation with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission, universities, and consulting firms. DEP has received funding to conduct studies to resolve differences between the hard bottom mitigation requirements of the State and the Army Corps of Engineers and to help determine the appropriate designs and locations of artificial reefs.
DEP’s Electronic Document Management System OCULUS is available to the public to search for and retrieve any nonconfidential document or plan related to a project file. Please visit the department’s electronic document management system, Oculus, to find JCP and ERP related documents. If a document cannot be located in Oculus, please email BIPP@FloridaDEP.gov.
For additional information about Engineering and Design Information, please see technical reports. For more information about these tools for applicants, please contact us.
Guidance for Surveying Submerged Aquatic Vegetation
June 14, 2023 - 1:02pm
Interested in subscribing to DEP newsletters or receiving DEP updates through email?
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is the state’s lead agency for environmental management and stewardship – protecting our air, water and land. The vision of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection is to create strong community partnerships, safeguard Florida’s natural resources and enhance its ecosystems.