City of Melbourne Seeking Public Input on Coastal Resiliency Plan During Virtual Workshop April 2

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Public input is crucial to the planning process

The City of Melbourne is seeking public input in the development of a Coastal Resiliency Plan that will help prepare for impacts to our coastal areas out to the year 2080.

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The City of Melbourne is seeking public input in the development of a Coastal Resiliency Plan that will help prepare for impacts to our coastal areas out to the year 2080.

The plan will include an assessment of the City’s coastal flooding vulnerabilities and recommended adaptations, including measures to protect and prioritize infrastructure improvements in areas that are susceptible to coastal flooding events.

Public input is crucial to the planning process.

The city will be host a second virtual workshop meeting on April 21 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. to give residents an additional opportunity to share their thoughts regarding current and future coastal flooding.

If you would like to participate in the gathering of information on current coastal flooding impacts in the City of Melbourne and take a short survey about coastal resiliency, please visit the City’s Coastal Resiliency Plan website HERE.

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