SEAS Program


This program has been created with the Department of Environmental Protection to educate and inspire residents of the CIty of Satellite beach to become stewards of the environment through education about the impacts of stormwater and its affect on the environment. The educational material created as part of this program includes; pamphlets with inserts and educational videos of the powerpoint presentation being given at workshops events and clasroom settings (please click on the links to view each item individually). The pamphlets and inserts along with a list of available related workshops were sent out to the residents of satellit beach and the Sustainability and Stewardship began receiving volunteer applicants to be part of the Satellite Beach Sustainability Stewardship program in 2018. To become better educated about this program please review the powerpoint presentation here. To become a "Satellite Beach Sustainability Steward" please fill out a volunteer form here and email the form to the City's Environmental Programs Coordinator contact to the Environmental Programs Coordinator, Nicholas Sanzone via email at nsanzone@satellitebeach.org or call (321) 773-4407





"This project has been funded wholly or in part by the United States Environmental Protection Agency under assistance agreement C9-99451517-0 to the City of Satellite Beach through an agreement/contract with the Nonpoint Source Management Program of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.The contents of this document do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the Environmental Protection Agency, nor does the EPA endorse trade names or recommend the use of commercial products mentioned in this document.”