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Florida Resilient Coastlines Program Funded Projects

2019-20 RPG Award Recipients

NA18 CZM Funds Award Recipients

2018-19 RPG Award Recipients

2018-19 Inaugural Award Recipients

 

2019-20 RPG Award Recipients

In 2019, DEP awarded the Florida Resilient Coastlines Program (FRCP) state funds to provide financial assistance aimed at preparing coastal Florida communities for current and future effects of rising sea levels, including coastal flooding, erosion and ecosystem changes. 

FRCP RPG Awarded Grantees for FY 2019-2020

Grantee Name

Agreement No.

Project Title

Amount

Broward County

R1918

The Business Case for Resilience in Southeast Florida

$75,000

City of Apalachicola

R1903

Apalachicola Coastal Resilience Projects

$52,500

City of Boynton Beach

R1906

Palm Beach County Coastal Resilience Partnership Phase II

$75,000

City of Carrabelle

R1926

McKissack Beach Land Management Plan and Beach Access Facilitation

$74,500

City of Hallandale Beach

R1901

Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Plan (VAAP)

$66,000

City of Jacksonville

R1914

Resiliency Analysis

$75,000

City of Jacksonville Beach

R1912

Vulnerability Analysis and Peril of Flood Comprehensive Plan Amendment

$45,000

City of Mexico Beach

R1909

Vulnerability Assessment and Resilient Redevelopment Plan

$75,000

City of Miami Beach

R1923

Miami Beach Historic District Resiliency and Adaptation Guidelines

$75,000

City of Naples

R1910

City of Naples Climate Vulnerability Assessment

$75,000

City of Oakland Park

R1917

Oakland Park Flood Vulnerability Assessment

$75,000

City of St. Pete Beach

R1927

Vulnerability Assessment

$70,000

City of St. Petersburg

R1925

Resilient Stormwater Infrastructure Assessment

$75,000

City of Tampa

R1916

Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Analysis

$75,000

Martin County Board of County Commissioners

R1911

Martin County Resilient Coastline Program

$75,000

Monroe County Board of County Commissioners

R1915

Monroe County Resilient Coastlines Program

$40,400

Nassau County Board of County Commissioners

R1916

Vulnerability Assessment Phase II

$40,000

Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners

R1902

Floridatown Coastal Resiliency Project

$75,000

Town of Bay Harbour Islands

R1905

Bay Harbor Islands Sea Level Impact Assessment and Strategies

$70,000

Town of Lake Park

R1904

Stormwater Master Plan

$75,000

Town of Longboat Key

R1920

Sea Level Rise and Recurrent Flooding Vulnerability Assessment Phase 2

$45,443

Town of Melbourne Beach

R1919

Opportunities for Green Infrastructure Adaptation Planning in Melbourne Beach, FL

$39,500

Village of Bal Harbor

R1908

Inundation and Economic Vulnerability Study

$75,000

Volusia County Office of Emergency Management

R1912

Integrating Future Storm Surge into Emergency Management Planning

$40,000

Total

$1,558,343


Implementation Agreements

Grantee Name

Agreement No.

Project Title

Amount

City of Fernandina Beach

R1921

Increase Access, Stewardship and Resiliency of Fernandina Beach Coastal Resources

$75,000

City of Hollywood

R1930

Marina Boat Ramp Resiliency Improvements

$324,050

City of St. Augustine

R1928

Stormwater Outfall Resiliency Retrofit

$155,641

Total

$554,691

NA18 CZM Funds

In 2019, DEP awarded FRCP funding for 4 projects. The projects listed below were funded by the Florida Coastal Management Program and NOAA.
 
Grantee Agreement No. Project Amount
Martin County Board of County Commissioners CM933 Martin County Resilient Coastlines Program $34,000
City of Fort Lauderdale CM934 Advancing Fort Lauderdale's Resilience $45,300
City of Fernandina Beach CM936 Fernandina Beach Downtown Waterfront Resilience Master Plan $35,700
Florida State University CM935 Assessing Sea Level Rise Adaptation Planning at the Local Level in Florida $49,195.13
Total

$164,195.13

2018-19 RPG Award Recipients

In 2018, DEP awarded the Florida Resilient Coastlines Program (FRCP) several state-funded projects. The Resilience Planning Grants (RPG) provide financial assistance aimed at preparing coastal Florida communities for current and future effects rising sea levels, including coastal flooding, erosion and ecosystem changes. The purpose of RPGs is to promote community resilience planning, development of vulnerability assessments, adaptation plans and comprehensive plan goals, objectives, and polices and regional coordination.

Grantee                   Agreement No. Project                                                                                                          Amount
City of Miami Beach R1801 A Resilient Shoreline on SR-A1A in Miami Beach $34,965
City of Sarasota R1803 Resilient Shoreline Softening on Sarasota Bay $187,972
Rookery Bay National Estuary Research Reserve R1804 Fruit Farm Creek Mangrove Restoration $275,650
City of Hollywood R1805 City of Hollywood Marina Boat Ramp Resiliency Improvements $75,950
Florida Gulf Coast University R1820 An Assessment of Coastal Vulnerability due to Sea Level Rise and Storminess $39,170.12
City of Atlantic Beach R1821 City of Atlantic Beach Vulnerability Assessment $40,000
University of Florida R1819 Permitting Living Shorelines for Two Exposed Coastal Roads in Cedar Key $40,951.10
Nassau County Board of County Commissioners R1810 Nassau County Vulnerability Assessment Phase I $40,000
City of Rockledge R1811 Resilient Planning for the Future of the City of Rockledge $55,000
City of Carrabelle R1812 Carrabelle Targeted Resilience Assistance $22,295
South Florida Regional Planning Council  R1813 Peril of Flood Updates: Dania Beach and Palmetto Bay $36,857
City of Punta of Gorda R1814

City of Punta Gorda Climate Adaptation Plan Update and Living Shoreline Element

$74,968
Dixie County Board of County Commissioners R1815 Dixie County Coastal Resiliency Adaptation Plan $52,000
City of Marathon R1816 Resilient Marathon $55,350
City of Boynton Beach R1817 Palm Beach County Resilience Partnership $65,111
Total $1,096,239.22

 

2018-19 Inaugural Award Recipients

In 2018, DEP awarded FRCP funding for 13 projects. The projects listed below were funded by the Florida Coastal Management Program and NOAA.

Grantee                 Agreement No.

Project                                               

Amount 
City of St. Marks CM738 City of St. Marks Coastal Resiliency $25,000
Town of Indialantic CM739 Indialantic Resiliency Project $24,500
Town of Melbourne Beach CM740 Melbourne Beach Coastal Flooding Comprehensive Plan Amendments $37,782
Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council  CM741 Implementing Florida's 2015 Peril of Flood Act $57,958.80
City of Cape Canaveral CM742 Community Based Resiliency in the City of Cape Canaveral  $67,000
City of Cocoa CM743 Community Based Resiliency in the City of Cocoa $77,200
Apalachee Regional Planning Council CM744 Apalachee Community Resilience $29,133.84
City of Indian Harbour Beach CM745 Indian Harbour Beach Resiliency Project $20,500
City of Sebastian CM746 Building Resilience into the Comprehensive Plan $50,000
City of Titusville CM747 Resilient Titusville 2020 $40,000
Dixie County Board of Commissioners CM835 Coastal Management Comprehensive Plan Evaluation $30,000
Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council II CM836 Evacuation Zone Creation Tool for GIS $36,197
City of New Smyrna Beach CM837 Community Based Resiliency in New Smyrna Beach $74,000
Total $569,271.64

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