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Fanning Springs Water Quality Improvement
Background
Fanning Springs Water Quality Improvement Project is a strategic partnership between the City of Fanning Springs and the District. Fanning Springs is a popular tourist attraction and directly connects to the Suwannee River. The nutrient loading in the area is significantly high.

Project Benefits
  • Improve water quality in Fanning Springs
  • Reduce nutrient loading to groundwater by an estimated 1,300 lbs./year

Budget
The total project cost for the project is $1,276,000. The District is contributing $121,440, the Department of Environmental Protection is contributing $492,960, and the City of Fanning Springs is contributing $662,000.

Milestones
  • Agreement Executed: January 27, 2015
  • Survey and Engineering: Underway
  • Construction Phase: Scheduled to begin spring of 2016
  • Completion: Autumn of 2016

For more information, contact Abby Johnson, Project Manager, at 386.362.1001 or .