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The Department of Environmental Resources Management

2300 North Jog Road - Fourth Floor
West Palm Beach, FL 33411-2743
Phone: 561-233-2400
Fax: 561-233-2414

Driving Directions (and map) to ERM

From I-95 or Florida's Turnpike: Exit west on Okeechobee Blvd. Turn north (right) at Jog Road and the Vista Center is on the east (right) side of Jog Road.
ERM is located on the fourth floor of the Vista Center.

Email Addresses


NOTICE: These e-mail addresses are provided to the public for general questions only. ERM does not guarantee a rapid response. Do not use these e-mail addresses as a means to send applications, legal documents, or any otherwise sensitive materials unless specifically directed to do so by ERM personnel. In addtion, please be aware that e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.


Artificial Reefs


E-mail with questions pertaining to:


Coastal Resources

E-mail with questions pertaining to:

Construction Contracts

E-mail with questions pertaining to:

Lakes, Estuaries, and Lagoons


E-mail with questions pertaining to:


Mosquito Control

E-mail with questions pertaining to:

Natural Areas

E-mail with questions pertaining to:
  • Acquisition of natural areas
  • Planning, preparing, and implementing natural area management plans
  • Biological monitoring and maintenance of natural areas

Resources Protection

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Support Services (GIS Coordination, Volunteer Services)

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Website Maintenance

E-mail with comments, problems, or questions about:
  • General website design problems
  • Bad links to web pages
  • Graphic display problems


Current Highlights

  • Read the latest edition of the Lake Worth Lagoon E-News [LINK]
  • Read the Fall 2015 edition of Environmental Times [PDF]
  • Become a Natural Area Youth Explorer by completing a Scavenger Hunt at a local natural area! [PDF]
  • Watch this touching footage on the Andrew "Red" Harris Artificial Reef deployed last week 1 mile offshore from the Jupiter Inlet [VIDEO]
  • Operation Clean Sweep is a mobile pesticide collection program offering free pick up of the first 500 lbs for farms, nurseries, pest control companies, and golf courses. Visit the Florida Department of Environmental Protection's website for more information. [LINK]
  • Stay up to date on our projects with the Department's Monthly Status Reports. [LINK]