Department of Environmental Protection, Office of the Secretary  



    Office of the Secretary

    Notice of Evaluation of CPI Grant Applications

    The State of Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Florida Coastal Management Program, announces the results of the evaluation of eligible Coastal Partnership Initiative applications. Twelve eligible applications were received in response to the Request for Applications published in the Florida Administrative Register on 9/12/2018 and were reviewed and evaluated per the process described in Rule 62S-4.007, F.A.C. The applications have been ranked in the following order, beginning with the highest score.



    Project Title


    FCMP Funds Requested


    City Point Living Shoreline, Brevard County

    Brevard County Natural Resources Management Department  



    Clifton S. Perry Park Public Access Facilities

    Martin County Board of County Commissioners, Public Works Department



    Jones’ Pier Conservation Area Wetland and Hammock Restoration Project

    Indian River County Board of County Commissioners



    Improved Beach Access for Disabled Visitors

    Riviera Beach Community Redevelopment Agency



    Archie Glover Boat Ramp Coastal Access Improvements

    Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners



    Increasing Access, Stewardship and Resiliency of Fernandina Beach Coastal Resources

    City of Fernandina Beach



    Groundwork Jacksonville McCoys Creek Restoration Community Engagement and Stewardship Plan

    Groundwork Jacksonville, Inc. / City of Jacksonville Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services



    Restoring Coastal Miami

    City of Miami



    Town of Longboat Key Sea Level Rise and Recurrent Flooding Vulnerability Assessment Phase 2

    Town of Longboat Key



    Design of Phase 2 Beach Master Plan

    City of Dania Beach



    Flagler Beach Pepper Picking Project

    City of Flagler Beach



    Key Tree Cactus Preserve, Phase III

    Islamorada, Village of Islands



    Funding of any application is subject to the amount of federal coastal zone management funds awarded to the FCMP and the amount allocated to the CPI by the Office of Resilience and Coastal Protection. The final decision whether or not to fund these projects is expected to be made by NOAA by summer of 2019. Should additional existing funds be identified prior to the FY19 Request for CPI applications, the Office of Resilience and Coastal Protection will seek to fund the next highest ranked projects. Any Person whose substantial interests are affected may request a hearing pursuant to Section 120.569, Florida Statutes, within 21 days of publication of this notice. Failure to request a hearing within the period shall constitute a waiver of the right to a hearing. Questions regarding the CPI evaluation process should be directed to Ms. Toni R. Clanton at (850)245-2184 or by email to

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