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Beach Renourishment - Surfside, Florida


Beach Renourishment

Beach Renourishment - Surfside, Florida

In order to address critical beach erosion in Surfside, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in coordination with Miami-Dade County and the Town of Surfside, will place approximately 330,000 cubic yards of beach quality sand, hauled by trucks from an upland mine, to renourish the public beach in Surfside. The anticipated start date is July/August 2019.

Frequently Asked Questions
Surfside Beach Renourishment Project FAQs

The Town of Surfside will continue to update this document as more information becomes available.

Frequently Asked Questions: Sea Turtles During the Renourishment Project

Please also find a FAQ document pertaining specifically to Surfside's Loggerhead Sea Turtles and their protection during the Beach Renourishment Project: Sea Turtle FAQ Document

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announces contract award

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District announced the award of a $17.9 million construction contract to Continental Heavy Civil Corp of Miami, Florida, to carry out the beach renourishment project in the Town of Surfside.

Recap of Community Meeting on Beach Renourishment (June 6, 2019) 

The latest Community Meeting on Beach Renourishment, hosted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Miami-Dade County, took place on Thursday, June 6, 2019 in the Town Hall Commission Chambers.  The U.S Army Corps of Engineers shared a presentation and also answered questions from attendees. Please find the presentation with the latest information to date about the project here: Miami Dade County, Beach Renourishment Project Presentation.  You can also watch this meeting in its entirety here: Community Meeting on Beach Renourishment (Video)

Additional information on the Beach Renourishment Project is available at the US Army Corps of Engineers - Jacksonville District website, on Facebook and on Twitter.

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