Stormwater Master Plan
Addressing flooding challenges in Dania Beach is a City priority. A stormwater system is a network of swales, storm drains, pipes, pumps, and outlets designed to move the rainwater away from homes, businesses and critical assets.
While there are currently several stormwater improvement projects completed, planned and underway citywide, a citywide Stormwater Master Plan (SWMP) will offer long-term solutions posed by intense storms, rising sea levels and urban growth. The SWMP is a systematic approach to identify problem areas, implement targeted infrastructure improvements, and best management practices to alleviate flooding conditions that will align with city, county, state and federal efforts.
Upcoming SWMP Workshops
Three public meetings will be held to engage the public to develop a Dania Beach Stormwater Master Plan.
- Monday, November 13, 2023
Recording of Meeting - Coming Soon
- Spring 2024 (Date TBD)
- Summer 2024 (Date TBD)
Meetings will be held both in-person and virtually with the purpose of educating the public on different levels of flooding and collecting information related to flooding concerns and photos from the public.
Participate in Stormwater Master Planning
We need your input.
We seek your valuable input and collaboration for the SWMP initiative. We aim to gather information regarding drainage issues and stormwater quality concerns. Kindly take a few minutes to complete the survey in the link provided below. Provide your insights by selecting the appropriate answers and adding comments where necessary. Your feedback is essential in shaping effective solutions for our community.