The Florida Department of Environmental Protection recently announced that Okaloosa County will receive $600,000 to conduct a vulnerability assessment and create an adaptation plan.
Okaloosa County will partner with its municipalities to evaluate and identify risks from flooding and sea level rise and develop an adaptation plan that prioritizes mitigation projects.
The Okaloosa County Administration Building in Shalimar.
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