Eyes on the Suncoast

Help Us Keep Watch Over Our Waters

Help Us Keep Watch Over Our Waters

Though we perform regular patrols of the waters with our patrol boat, Suncoast Waterkeeper can't be everywhere at once. The waters on the Suncoast are worth protecting and you can help us keep Eyes on the Suncoast by reporting what you see through this program. Whether boating, biking, swimming, or walking, everyone out on the water or just going by can help remind residents and visitors why the Suncoast is worth protecting. Your contributions are vital!

We rely on the community to help take care of our beautiful environment. Often, our efforts are guided by what YOU see in your day-to-day life. It all starts with an email or call in which someone reports a pollution incident and we take it from there! Suncoast Waterkeeper then follows up with the relevant parties and local agencies to try and find the root of the issue and address it before it harms our waterways further. We have worked to make it easy for you to submit what you see in the form below

How Can You Keep Eyes on the Suncoast?

You can help Suncoast Waterkeeper keep Eyes on the Suncoast by reporting what you see. We want you to report by using #eyesonthesuncoast

The 2 ways you can report what you see include:

1) Using the form below.

2) Posting to Facebook or Instagram

You can report what you see on your social media platform by following these 4 easy steps.

  1. Post a picture
  2. Include a description of what you see
  3. Provide the latitude and longitude for your location using your phone's compass or by dropping a pin on a map app, and
  4. Be sure to add #eyesonthesuncoast 

What to Report

  • Trash/debris
  • Excessive mangrove trimming
  • Dead mangroves
  • Fish kills
  • Dead aquatic animals
  • Discolored, foamy or foul-smelling water
  • Sewage spills
  • Algal blooms
  • Floating oil and grease
  • Sediment runoff from construction sites
  • Direct pollution or chemical spills
  • Invasive species


Got questions? Send them to [email protected]

How Can You Keep Eyes on the Suncoast?