The Indian River Lagoon, home to more than 3,000 species of plants and animals, is considered the most biologically diverse estuarine system in the continental United States. The C-23 and C-24 Reservoirs and Stormwater Treatment Area are the second set of components of the multi-billion dollar Indian River Lagoon-South (IRL-S) project, part of the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP).
Indian River Lagoon-South C-23/C-24 Stormwater Treatment Area Construction
- Construction contract awarded in September 2021
- Construction scheduled to be complete in Fall 2025
C-23/C-24 North Reservoir
- Initial Construction contract scheduled for award in 2024 and funded by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL)
- Follow-on construction contracts scheduled for award in 2025
C-23/C-24 South Reservoir
- Design ongoing by the non-Federal sponsor, the South Florida Water Management District
- Initial Construction contract award scheduled for 2024 by the South Florida Water Management District.