Resilient Volusia County
Volusia County, through collaboration and partnerships with the ECFRPC, UF Sea Grant, and Stetson, has been working for over 5 years in assessing and planning for vulnerabilities related to flooding, surge, and sea-level rise.
Funding to support these projects has been made available through Sea Grant and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
This page serves as a resource for RESILIENT VOLUSIA plans and processes developed over the years of collaboration.
Below you will find a variety of documents, presentations, and graphics developed for the RESILIENT VOLUSIA efforts.
Visuals & Presentations (Click Images to View)
Climate Resilience through Green Infrastructure: Discussions about Ecosystem Service, Habitat Connectivity, & Conservation (October 2020)
Climate Resilience through Green Infrastructure: Discussions about Ecosystem Service, Habitat Connectivity, & Future Change (June 2021)
Climate Resilience through Green Infrastructure: Discussions about Ecosystem Service, Habitat Connectivity, & Conservation Prioritization
Threatened & Endangered Species of Volusia County
Map Series (Click Images to Download)
Sea Level Rise Impacts to Stormwater Poster
Resilient Volusia County (2017)
Description: This was a pilot study with UF Geoplan to assess the impact sea level rise has on the 100-year coastal storm area.
Other Projects & Related Studies
For more information on Adaptation Action Areas visit:
River to Sea TPO Sea Level Rise Analysis
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 airports are analyzed.
Volusia County Floodplain Management Plan
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.