Summer Haven River Study

Summer haven River Study

Announcements

Community Meeting On December 6, 2022, the County and coastal engineering consultant, Intera-GEC, will hold a community meeting at St. Anastasia Catholic Church - Celebration Hall, 6 PM to 7:30 PM to share and discuss the ongoing Summer Haven River Study. The study objective is to develop an array of possible, environmentally and financially sustainable, long-term solutions to maintain the flow of the Summer Haven River.

Study

INTERA-GEC has been tasked by St Johns County to develop a list of environmentally and financially sustainable long-term solutions to maintain and stabilize the Summer Haven shoreline and flow of the river.

For each potential feasible solution, INTERA has been directed by St Johns County Board of County Commissioners to remain focused on, but not limited to, public benefits, extent of property protection, constructability, and probable costs and potential funding sources.

Over the next few months, INTERA-GEC will be collecting and reviewing data, analyze coastal processes, identifying and evaluate conceptual alternative solutions, conduct public outreach events and more in the Summer Haven Footprint. INTERA is scheduled to supply the County with its draft report and findings in early 2023.

INTERA-GEC and St Johns County Coastal Management have partnered together to present a County Town Hall meeting surrounding this study and expectations. This Town Hall has been scheduled for December 6, 2022 at 6 p.m. at the St. Anastasia Catholic Church located at 5205 A1A S, St. Augustine, FL 32080. This meeting is to outline the scope of the study and to solicit input from the community relative to the erosion, associated sediment processes and any potential measures that might be appropriate.

Contact Us

For more information, please contact the Coastal Management team at 904-209-0260, or coastalprojects@sjcfl.us.

Non-project Beach updates can be heard on the Beach Services Hotline at 904-209-0331.

Summer Haven River Study

Summer Haven River Study