Let our County Commissioners know that we want the Land Development Code updated & trees protected NOW!
BLAIR CLARK, ST JOHNS COUNTY AUDUBON BIRDER
The City of St Augustine, FL protects Trees of Significance, meaning trees of certain species and sizes. Click on the link to the right to learn more about how St Augustine protects trees.
Sand Live Oaks are part of the xeric hammock, one of the ecological community types at Fish Island Road
Southern and Eastern Red Cedar are also Trees of Significance in the City of St Augustine
Southern Magnolias can grow to a height of 80 feet
Sugarberry, or Hackberry, trees provide food and nesting sites for songbirds, such as robins and mockingbirds, and host two species of butterflies.
Wetlands protect against flooding and damage from storms.
Fish Island Road is on Anastasia Island in District Five of St Johns County south of the the City of St Augustine and is prone to flooding.
Fish Island Road is six and a half acres of wetland
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