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68D-24.016 Duval County Boating Restricted Areas.

 

 

 

68D-24.155

CHAPTER 68D-24

BOATING RESTRICTED AREAS Restricted Areas.

 

68D-24.155 St. Johns County Boating

 

(1) For the purpose of regulating speed and operation of vessel traffic on the

Intracoastal Waterway within St. Johns County, Florida, the following boating

restricted areas are established:

 

(a) 1. S. R. 210 — Palm Valley Bridge —An Idle Speed No Wake boating restricted area shoreline to shoreline, in and adjacent to the Florida Intracoastal

Waterway, 500’ north of the centerline of the S. R. 210 Bridge, south to 500’ south of the centerline of the S. R. 210 Bridge, as depicted in Drawing A.

 

2. Vilano Beach Bridge (Tolomato River) — An Idle Speed No Wake boating restricted area shoreline to shoreline, in and adjacent to the Florida Intracoastal

Waterway, 500’ north of the centerline of the Vilano Beach Bridge, south to 500’

south of the centerline of the Vilano Beach Bridge, as depicted in Drawing B.

 

3. Bridge of Lions (Matanzas River) — An Idle Speed No Wake boating restricted

area shoreline to shoreline, in and adjacent to the Florida Intracoastal

Waterway, 500’ north of the centerline of the Bridge of Lions Bridge, south to 500’ south of the centerline of the Bridge of Lions Bridge, as depicted in Drawing C.

 

4. S. R. 312 Bridge (Matanzas River) — An Idle Speed No Wake boating restricted area shoreline to shoreline, in and adjacent to the Florida Intracoastal

Waterway, 500’ north of the centerline of the S. R. 312 Bridge, south to 500’ south of the centerline of the S. R. 312 Bridge, as depicted in Drawing D.

 

 5. Crescent Beach Bridge at S. R. 206 (Matanzas River) — An Idle Speed No

Wake boating restricted area in and adjacent to the Florida Intracoastal Waterway ,500’ north of the Crescent Beach Bridge, south to 500’ south of the centerline of the Crescent Beach Bridge, as depicted in Drawing E

 

 (b) St. Johns County is authorized to install and maintain appropriate regulatory

markers as directed by the Division of Law Enforcement within the boating

restricted areas. St. Johns County may enter into agreements with public or private organizations or individuals to effect this purpose.

 

 2) The boating restricted areas are depicted on the following drawings:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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