SWERP Rule Development
Chapter 62-330, Phase II, Minor Changes
The Department, in coordination with the water management districts,
is proposing minor corrections and clarifications to the SWERP rules,
including the Applicant’s Handbook Volumes, that were adopted on October
1, 2013. This will include such things as adding some new exemptions,
reducing some submittal requirements, improving the linkage with federal
permitting programs, amending some procedures and general permits, and
revising application and notice forms.
The overall goal of this rule development is to eliminate some errors
and conflicts, improve consistency, reduce the number of requests for
additional information from applicants during the permitting process,
and accomplish some additional permit streamlining.
Notices, Workshops and
DEP will conduct a Public Rule Development Workshop concurrently via
webinar, and in Tallahassee.
Date & Time
Seats & Eligible Participants
September 19, 2014
Bob Martinez Building, Room 609
2600 Blair Stone Rd
Rule Development Workshop
Please Note: Items marked with an * are
currently being converted to an accessible format and will be made
available when complete.
Rule Drafts and Documents
Form 62-330.060(1), “Joint Application for Individual
And Conceptual Environmental Resource Permit/Authorization to Use
State-Owned Submerged Lands/Federal Dredge and Fill Permit”
62-330.301 - 62-330.360
Rule & Handbook
Provide comments or suggestions regarding these rulemaking
efforts via email our forum!
Stakeholders are invited to provide comments, suggestions and
All comments will be reviewed, and DEP staff have been encouraged to
respond to individual comments. DEP values input from all stakeholders
and will carefully consider each response received.
We encourage comments that are positive and constructive. Comments
that contain offensive or abusive language, personal attacks,
endorsements of any product, service, group or business, solicitations
or advertisements or personal, sensitive or confidential information
will not published.
For additional information please contact:
Submerged Lands and Environmental Resources Coordination
Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Phone: (850) 245-8495
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