About these pages
Weather & Hydrology provides an overview of the state of our hydrologic conditions and water resources — from sinkholes and streamflow to rainfall and lake levels.
These reports provide information about the health of our water resources.
Emergency activation levels, planning and action plan.
Water shortage orders and other emergency and non-emergency-related orders.
The District is taking part in a national effort of modernizing flood maps that will produce more reliable flood risk data.
Information and data regarding hydrologic conditions.
Current environmental conditions of Lake Panasoffkee and the operation of the Wysong-Coogler water conservation structure.
Access to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s online climate data directory. Includes precipitation (Climatology & Extremes link), maximum and minimum temperature (Surface Data link) and other related data.
Sinkholes are a common and natural phenomenon where holes form in the land surface. Learn about how and why sinkholes are formed and what to do if one occurs on your property.
Structure status and hydrographs of select water bodies.
A “comparison to normal” of 12-month rainfall for the District and weekly updates of select river flows for one-year and ten-year periods of record.