Resilient Volusia County 

This project, a collaboration between Volusia County, the ECFRPC, UF Sea Grant and Stetson, aims to improve resiliency in the county through the identification of adaptation action areas (AAA) and resilience related strategies and policies.  The project includes stakeholder engagement, policy development, identification of AAA and recommendations for integrating resilience processes into project planning.


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Resilient Volusia County | Visuals & Presentations (Click to View)

Sea Level Rise Impacts to Stormwater


Volusia County Resiliency | Project Documents

Resilient Volusia County

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Description: This was a pilot study with UF Geoplan to assess the impact sea level rise has on the 100 year coastal storm area.

CLICK HERE to access the Resilient Volusia Phase Glossary of terms.

CLICK HERE to access the Resilient Volusia Phase Glossary of terms (Spanish Version).

River to Sea TPO Sea Level Rise Analysis 

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Description: This analysis describes vulnerability to Volusia and Flagler County transportation facilities to the effects of sea level rise. Infrastructure such as evacuation routes and airport are analyzed.

Volusia County Floodplain Management Plan

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Description: Required by Florida law, this study provides an overall snapshot of flooding hazards throughout Volusia County.  A unified city/county approach to mitigation and planning efforts is addressed.