Ranking of Concern 67 out of 78
2016 Ranking: 65
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26.441244, -82.074078

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Data Summary
Nutrients
2018 2016
IN 0.018 0.036
TN 3.442
OP 0.0380.054
TP 0.060.08
Chl-a 15.49.8
TSI 70.364.1
Salinity 8.66.35
DO 4.74.85

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City Hall has a current ranking of concern of 67 out of 78. We’ve analyzed 72 water bodies on Sanibel Island, and ranked them from 1 (most concerned) to 78 (least concerned).

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BMPs (Best Management Practices) implemented by residents or businesses at City Hall:

  • 10 / 10 / 19 - Native Vegetation Buffer - submitted by Veronica Runge
    Native Vegetation Buffer
    10 / 10 / 19
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    Florida Native Plants are adapted to Sanibel’s local weather conditions, including drought, occasional saltwater flooding and heavy summer rains.
    Native vegetation can exist remarkably well without fertilizer or pesticides and once established, require no supplemental irrigation if placed in the proper location. Sanibel's native vegetation also provides important wildlife habitat, supplying food, refuge, and nesting sites for our water birds and other animals.

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    submitted by Veronica Runge
  • 08 / 16 / 19 - Littoral Plantings - submitted by Joel Caouette
    Littoral Plantings
    08 / 16 / 19
    "

    We installed littoral plantings on our shoreline to help stabilize the bank.

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    submitted by Joel Caouette
  • 08 / 13 / 19 - Floating Treatment Wetland - submitted by Dana
    Floating Treatment Wetland
    08 / 13 / 19
    "

    A floating treatment wetland was installed in the lake behind City Hall as a means to improve water quality.

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    submitted by Dana
. . . . . = State Criteria: measurements above this line suggest impairment to the waterbody.