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Florida Department of Environmental Protection

Southeast District Office

    400 North Congress Avenue, 3rd Floor

West Palm Beach, Florida 33401

(561) 681-6600

(800) 774-5866

 

Map and Directions to the Southeast District Office

 

 

 

The Southeast District of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection covers seven counties, including, Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River and Okeechobee. The geographical area includes portions of the Indian River Lagoon, the nation's most diverse estuary; Loxahatchee River, one of two National Wild and Scenic Rivers in Florida; one of the nation's largest freshwater lakes, Lake Okeechobee; and the unique and beautiful Everglades System, including Florida Bay and the Kissimmee River. In addition to these extraordinary natural systems, Southeast Florida contains approximately one-third of Florida's total population, with more than 5 million residents. Increasing population, urbanization and industrialization continue to place great stresses on our natural resources. We are committed to the protection of our extraordinary natural resources, and we strive to strike a balance between that commitment and responsible economic development.


 

 

Southeast District

(561) 681-6600

Map and Directions to the Southeast District Office

 

 

 



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Last updated: March 04, 2014

  Southeast District 400 North Congress Avenue, 3rd Floor, West Palm Beach, Florida 33401   (561) 681-6600 (phone) / (561) 681-6755 (fax)
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