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(386) 986-2360

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(386) 986-2520
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(386) 986-3780
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(386) 986-3766
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(386) 986-3764
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(386) 986-3708
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(386) 986-3723
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(386) 986-3718
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(386) 986-2300
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(386) 986-3730
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(386) 986-2323

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(386) 313-4111
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Canal Levels

Canal Levels

I-1 West (Part of Three Sisters Surface Water Control Complex)

I-1 West (Part of Three Sisters Surface Water Control Complex)

Displays water level for the Iroquois Waterway.

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I-4 North (Part of Three Sisters Surface Water Control Complex)

I-4 North (Part of Three Sisters Surface Water Control Complex)
(Includes Rainfall)

Displays water level for the North Ulysses Waterway and Ulysses Lake.

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I-6 South (Part of Three Sisters Surface Water Control Complex)

I-6 South (Part of Three Sisters Surface Water Control Complex)

Displays water level for the South Ulysses Waterway

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PA-1 Surface Water Control Structure

PA-1 Surface Water Control Structure
(Includes Rainfall)

Displays water levels for the Parkview Stream and for the Wynnfield Channel.

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M-3 Surface Water Control Structure

M-3 Surface Water Control Structure

Displays the water levels for the Central Bellaire Waterway and Barrister Waterway.

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LO-1 Surface Water Control Structure

LO-1 Surface Water Control Structure
(Includes Rainfall)

Displays water levels for the North Bellaire Waterway, Bird of Paradise Lake and Lake Success.

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BS-2 Surface Water Control Structure

BS-2 Surface Water Control Structure

Displays water levels for the Northern Bellaire Waterway and Central Bellaire Waterway.

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BT-2 Surface Water Cross Connection

BT-2 Surface Water Cross Connection

On Bird of Paradise Drive. BT-2 is a cross connection between The Northern Bellaire Waterway and the Central Bellaire Waterway.

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L-4 Surface Water Control Structure

L-4 Surface Water Control Structure

Displays the water levels for the Royal Palm Waterway.

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BA-1 Surface Water Control Structure

BA-1 Surface Water Control Structure

Displays the water levels for the Bayside Waterway.

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R-1 Surface Water Control Structure

R-1 Surface Water Control Structure

Displays the water levels for the Royal Palms Waterway.

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W-1 Surface Water Control Structure

W-1 Surface Water Control Structure

Displays the water levels for the Walker Waterway

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Flagler Palm Coast High School Stormwater Ponds

Flagler Palm Coast High School Stormwater Ponds
(Includes Rainfall)

Displays water levels for Seven (7) interconnected ponds at FPC.

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L-1 Surface Water Control Structure

L-1 Surface Water Control Structure

Displays the water level for Little Waterway

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K-1 Surface Water Control Structure

K-1 Surface Water Control Structure

Displays the water level for Sesame Waterway.

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City Canal

City Canal

This is a solar powered water level monitoring station located in the Long Creek Nature Preserve on the Boardwalk over the saltmarsh. It is not a tidal station though it will indicate the state of the tide, but is not capable of measuring the lowest point of low tide. The station records the water levels in the area around the clock, reporting every hour, all year.

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Wild Oaks Pond

Wild Oaks Pond

This is a solar powered water level monitoring station located on the downstream side of the northeastern bridge along Willow Oak Way in the Wild Oaks Subdivision. The station records the water levels of the downstream end of the Wild Oaks Pond, before the weir, around the clock, reporting every hour, all year.

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Intracoastal Waterway

Intracoastal Waterway

This is a solar powered water level monitoring station located on the St Joe Walkway Bridge on the Intracoastal Waterway, near Canopy Walk. It is not a tidal station though it will indicate the state of the tide, but is not capable of measuring the lowest point of low tide. The station records the water levels in the area around the clock, reporting every hour, all year.

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Long Creek

Long Creek

This is a solar powered water level monitoring station located in the Long Creek Nature Preserve on the Fishing Pier extending into College Waterway. It is not a tidal station though it will indicate the state of the tide, but is not capable of measuring the lowest point of low tide. The station records the water levels in the area around the clock, reporting every hour, all year.

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