• Jun 1, 2007

    G Street Feasibility Study

    The City of Cedar Key received funding from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to commission a study of possible improvements to G Street that could mitigate erosion and improve the beach. The study was completed in June 2007 but none of the proposed plans were enacted due to lack of community buy-in.

    Read the report:

  • Sep 25, 2016

    University of Florida Workshop Series

    The University of Florida forms a project team to re-open the issue of erosion along G Street and commence stakeholder workshops.

    • Mark Clark - UF IFAS Soil and Water Science Department
    • Savanna Barry - UF IFAS Nature Coast Biological Station
    • Christine Angelini - UF Environmental Engineering
    • Scott Wasman - UF Environmental Engineering
    • Jon Dain - Florida Natural Resource Leadership Institute (UF IFAS)
    • Wendy-Lin Bartles - Florida Natural Resource Leadership Institute (UF IFAS)
  • Oct 27, 2017

    G Street Design Workshop

    The University of Florida project team presents four draft designs to a group of 19 stakeholders, including 10 landowners. After discussion and refinement of the draft designs, stakeholders reached a decision to pursue a combination of the first two project designs, with the addition of a kayak access point and subject to final approval by landowners upon permit application.

    View the workshop summary and project design materials: G Street Workshop Summary - 10-27-2017 - updated 3-23-2018 (pdf)

  • Mar 29, 2018

    Wrap-Up Workshop

    Final formal workshop where stakeholders will discuss the final design one last time and outline a process for moving toward implementation.

    Read the workshop summary (pdf): Wrap-up Workshop Summary 3-29-2018:

  • Next steps:

    sunset at G Street

    Finalize Design and Apply for Funding

    The project team begin to seek external funding and permits for the project. Stakeholders will continue to be involved going forward, as community and landowner buy-in are essential to project success.

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