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Featured Photos

Below is one of many photographs that have been submitted to the Orange County Water Atlas.

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What's New on the Atlas

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  • We're always working on improvements to the Water Atlas. When we release new features you'll find them here.
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How Can You Help?

Below you'll find ways that you can contribute to the Water Atlas and your community.
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Links to current surveys at Survey Monkey for the Water Atlas.
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Current Atlas Statistics

View some important indices for the Orange County Water Atlas that are kept up-to-date in real-time.
Current Orange County Water Atlas Statistics
Statistic Value
Number of Waterbodies694
Number of Data Providers55

Welcome to the Water Atlas

The goal of this site is to provide a comprehensive data resource, eventually covering the State of Florida, that helps citizens and scientists alike make informed decisions concerning our vital water resources.

new Protect Our Springs!

Our springs are suffering from too much Nitrogen. You can help by fertilizing responsibly. Don't Let the Green Flow Downstream! Learn more about Orange County's Protect Our Springs! Program »

Would Your Lake Benefit from an MSTU/MSBU?

Learn how a special taxing district can be created to fund aquatic plant management, water quality improvement, and general lake cleaning. This brochure tells you what you need to know.

Lake Advisory Board Meeting Minutes

You can now download Lake Advisory Board meeting minutes for the following lakes: Big Sand, Butler Chain of Lakes, Conway, Holden, Jessamine, Killarney, Little Lake Fairview, Mary, Ola, Pearl, Pickett, and Price

Florida Invasive Plant Mobile Field Guide

Check out our new mobile field guide for identifying invasive plant species in Florida. This application is designed for everyone—students, teachers, plant enthusiasts, professional land managers, as well as the average citizen. Learn more about FLIP »

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The Water Atlas has extensive and valuable information about each of the topics listed below. To discover more about a topic, choose it from the drop-down menu.

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Popular Tools

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