Who We Are
The Loxahatchee River District is an Independent Special District created by the Florida Legislature in 1971. It is governed by a five-member publicly elected Governing Board. We operate an award-winning facility that collects wastewater from the community and recycles it for irrigation needs, preserving fresh water supplies for the environment. By engaging the public with relevant and compelling environmental education opportunities, such as the River Center and Busch Wildlife Sanctuary, we foster stewardship among residents and visitors. As the leading authority on the Loxahatchee River, we also spearhead ongoing water quality studies and collaborate on river restoration projects.
We are dedicated to preserving the Loxahatchee River and its natural habitats by implementing innovative wastewater solutions, furthering river research efforts and fostering environmental stewardship.We welcome you to our web site and invite you to learn more about the Loxahatchee River District and the Loxahatchee River.
I’d Like To…
- Contact the Loxahatchee River District
- Attend a Board Meeting
- View Job Opportunities
- View District Boundary
- Learn about the Loxahatchee River
- View information about connecting to sewer
- Ask a question about my quarterly sewer bill
- Report a concern about the District’s sewer system
- Ask a question about my low pressure sewer system
- Explain to me Sewer vs. Septic