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ERM's Mobile Maps

 

ERM has created maps of our natural areas and reefs that are viewable on most mobile devices. The natural area maps shows the outline boundary of the natural area along with the hiking/nature trails and public use facilities. The reef maps show the location of both natural and artificial reefs. If your mobile device has a GPS (most do), you'll be able to see your location on the map.

The map is available through the free ArcGIS map app by Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI). This app is available on the iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows Phone 7 mobile devices.

  1. In App Store, download the free ESRI ArcGIS app.
  2. Once installed, select the following links for the maps:
    Natural Areas Map
    Reef Map
  3. Alternatively, in the app, select the "Find Maps" icon, (magnifying glass on top of a map) and type ERM.
  4. Select the map you would like to download.
  5. Click each pin for further information.

Please note the functionality and features of the app vary with each mobile operating system and type. The links above will only work on mobile devices that have the ArcGIS application.

 

Current Highlights and Upcoming Events

 
  • Mosquito Control Update - Zika Virus
    While ERM's Mosquito Control Division is hard at work taking proactive steps to reducing mosquito populations learn how you can protect yourself and reduce your exposure to mosquitoe-borne diseases. [PDF]
  • Environmental Times Newsletter
    Read the latest edition Summer 2016 for highlights on ERM's latest projects, program updates, and upcoming events. [LINK]
  • Ana Cecilia, the county's newest artificial reef
    Check out some footage from above and below the water as the Ana Cecilia made her final journey to become a marine sanctuary and a lasting tribute to local community members missing and lost at sea.[LINK]
  • Algal Bloom Information and Reporting
    Visit the Florida Department of Environmental Protection's information and reporting web page regarding algal blooms in local waterways. In addition, algal blooms can be reported by telephone (855) 305-3903.[LINK]
  • Lake Worth Lagoon E-News
    Read the latest edition May 2016 for highlights on the Lake Worth Lagoon Fishing Challenge, restoration projects, LagoonFest and more. [LINK]
  • Scavenger Hunts
    Are available at several natural areas for youngsters to complete to receive their Natural Area Youth Explorer certificate. [PDF]
  • ERM's Status Reports
    Stay up to date on our projects with these monthly publications. [LINK]