South Patrick Residents Association
South Patrick Residents Association (SPRA) is a 501 (c) (4) nonprofit that represents residents in South Patrick Shores. SPRA was first incorporated in 1965 and has been actively involved in community service for over 50 years.
SPRA serves households located within County Commission District 4 in unincorporated Brevard County and works closely with county elected officials, state elected officials, and government agencies, in order to further the best interests of our community. Our all-volunteer association continues to be a powerful and influential voice representing our area’s interests in local government affairs, as well as helping to make needed improvements in our community. We also communicate directly with the homeowner associations located within South Patrick Shores to ensure that there is a solid working relationship and a united voice on issues that impact the entire area.
In addition, a strong membership helps support our united effort to enhance the SPRA area and to further assure that our voices are heard and that we maintain a quality location in which to live, work, and play.
- February/March 2019 Shore News
- New Indian River Lagoon contamination report issued
- Brevard County Government's quarterly newsletter: Brevard Delivers
Brevard County Muck Dredging Update at the April SPRA Meeting
Walker Dawson, PE, from the Brevard County Natural Resources Management Department, will present an update on the Grand Canal Muck Dredging Project at the April 8th SPRA meeting, 7:15 pm at the David R. Schechter Center, (DRSC) located at the north entranceway. He will give specific information about what will occur under the permits that have been issued and the expected time frame for the project. After the presentation there will be a question and answer opportunity for SPRA members.Grand Canal Muck Dredging Waiver
The Grand Canal Muck Removal Project will take place within the canal system to remove muck that has accumulated over the years. At present, there is a ten (10) foot setback from seawalls, docks, and other structures, but each property owner may execute a release of liability to allow the contractor to dredge as close as five (5) feet from any of their structures. Please click on the links provided below for more information and the release form.