In Florida, summer rains wash fertilizers with nitrogen and phosphorus into our lakes and oceans, damaging what makes this state so beautiful. That’s why Sarasota County prohibits the application and use of fertilizer containing nitrogen or phosphorus during the rainy season, and why 50% slow-release fertilizer is required during the rest of the year. The good news is there are lots of ways to keep your yard looking
great – while keeping algae-feeding nitrogen and phosphorus out of our waterways.
SWFRPC Office Space for Rent
Up to 2,882 SF of office space available! View the flyer for additional information.
The 2010 Statewide Regional Evacuation Study (SRES) for the Southwest Florida Region is available for download.
Climate Change publications and information
Conference Room Availability
The Southwest Florida RPC charters their conference room for city, government and educational events.