Sea Level Rise

As an island community, the effects of changes in climate have special significance for the Village of Key Biscayne.  Issues such as flooding, salt water intrusion, and king tides already affect our community, and will worsen if we do not take action.

The Village of Key Biscayne and the Key Biscayne Community Foundation are working with Coastal Risk Consulting, Inc. in order to map the affected areas and create a strategy to protect our investments on Key Biscayne by being prepared for changes in sea level and weather patterns.

Public Survey on Sea Level Rise

We have also gathered input from the general public in the form of a survey and two Townhall Community Forums. View the Sea Level Rise Survey results here: Survey Results

Townhall Community Forums

1st Townhall Community Forum, November 10, 2016
(7:00pm to 9:00pm):

2nd Townhall Community Forum, February 16, 2017
(7:00pm to 9:00pm):

This page will be updated as work continues and more information becomes available.  Please continue to check back for updates. For questions, email info@keybiscaynefoundation.org

Citizen Scientist Lab

Only by observing, recording, and analyzing data to define these changes can we hope to track detrimental changes and to take remedial measures.

Get Involved Today!

Quick Contact

Key Biscayne’s Citizen Scientist Lab
88 W. McIntyre Street, Suite 200
Key Biscayne, FL 33149
Tel: (305) 361-2770
Website: KeyScience.org
Email: Info@KeyScience.org

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