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Wacissa Springs Restoration Project
The Wacissa Springs Springs Restoration Project is a strategic partnership between Jefferson County and the District to restore the bank of the spring. Wacissa Springs is a popular tourist attraction and directly connects to the Aucilla River.

Project Benefits
  • Improve water quality in Wacissa Springs through the removal of 600 cubic yards (CY) of sediment and through 340 square yards of bank stabilization.
  • Remove 600 CY of exotic and nuisance vegetation.
  • Improve spring access and safety.

The total project cost for the project is $234,245. $140,000 comes from the Water Management Lands Trust Fund and Jefferson County is contributing $96,500.

  • Agreement Executed: May 20, 2014
  • Survey and Engineering: Complete
  • Construction Phase: Construction improvements are more than 95% complete
  • Completion: July 2015

For more information, contact Patrick Webster, Project Manager, at 386.362.1001 or .