Coastal Projects

Overview

Coastal Management coordinates and manages all of St. Johns County’s engineered beach projects. This includes pre- and post-storm assessments of the shoreline to determine future project locations. Coastal Management works with the public, funding agencies, and regulatory agencies to ensure successful implementation of coastal projects that preserve and enhance the beaches of St. Johns County.

Announcements

News

Mickler’s Landing Upcoming Closures – Mickler’s Landing parking and beach access will be temporarily closed from Thursday, June 13, through Friday, June 21. Additionally, it will be closed Monday, June 24, through Friday, June 28. These closures are for the safe demobilization of equipment from the Ponte Vedra Beach Restoration Project. For more information, please click here.

USACE Chief of Engineers Signs Ponte Vedra Beach CSRM Chief’s Report – Concluding a three-year study for the South Ponte Vedra area, the Chief of Engineers of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers signed the Chief’s Report detailing the recommended plan for the area. Read the full story here.

Beach Access Updates and Closures

Mickler’s Landing – As part of the Ponte Vedra Beach Restoration Project, Mickler’s Landing will be closed June 13-21, and June 24-28, for the demobilization of project equipment. Mickler’s Landing Temporary Closure to Accelerate Completion of Beach Restoration – St. Johns County (sjcfl.us)

Pope Road – As part of the St. Augustine Beach Shore Protection Project, the Pope Road parking and beach access will be closed starting February 22, 2024. Pope Road Parking Lot Closing Until Fall 2024 for Beach Renourishment Project Staging

The Beach Brief – An E-newsletter for Timely Updates on St. Johns County Beach Projects

St. Johns County remains dedicated to providing our residents, visitors, and businesses with timely and accurate information regarding current and upcoming St. Johns County beach projects. The monthly “Beach Brief” provides subscribers with an overview of beach renourishment, dune enhancement, and other major coastal projects.