Engage state and federal agencies in flood risk reduction.


ER-3.1 Leverage the Southeast Florida Business Case for Resilience in bolstered partnerships, studies, projects, authorizations and funding to address flood risk, and advance regionally significant projects affecting critical assets, regional resources, public and private property and economics of the region.

IMPLEMENTERS: counties, SFWMD, private sector, economic development organizations


ER-3.2 Intensify the regional request by business and elected leadership for the federal government, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the State of Florida and the South Florida Water Management District to accelerate targeted and comprehensive studies of the Central and Southern Florida Flood Control System for flood risk management strategies under current and future conditions.

IMPLEMENTERS: local governments, economic development organizations, regional planning councils, private sector

ER-3.3 Directly engage the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on a broader array of coastal storm risk-reduction strategies, inclusive of storm surge, shoreline protection, inland flood risk management and locally-preferred solutions.

IMPLEMENTERS: local governments, private sector, economic development organizations, regional planning councils