Office of Resilience and Coastal Protection's (RCP) field inspectors are co-located in district offices and other DEP locations around the state where they can respond quickly to coastal construction and beach related issues. Administratively positioned within RCP's Beach Field Services Section, the field inspectors provide compliance assistance and enforcement for the Coastal Construction Control Line (CCCL) Program, issue CCCL field permits, consult with property owners regarding activities seaward of the CCCL and conduct post-storm beach inspections.
Big Bend coastal counties (Wakulla, Jefferson, Taylor, Dixie, Levy, Citrus, Hernando and Pasco) do not have established CCCLs. With the exception of Wakulla County, no contact information is provided for these counties.
Beach Field Services Section Information
In addition to permitting services and post-hurricane assistance, RCP's Beach Field Services is responsible for handling all CCCL permit compliance actions regarding issued permits and enforcing violations of state CCCL regulations for unauthorized activities.
Ginger Shirah, Beach Field Services Environmental Administrator, 850-245-8524.
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