Alachua County Sinkhole Map

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Alachua County Sinkhole Map


Alachua County Sinkhole Map

Alachua County Area

Does Alachua County have sinkholes?

Sinkholes most commonly form in western and central Alachua County, in areas where limestone is exposed or thinly covered by less than 25 feet of permeable sand.

How many sinkhole in Alachua County area reported?

62 Incidents based on Foundation Techs data research Florida Department Of Environmental Protection
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Data Source: Florida Department Of Environmental Protection

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Alachua County Cities:

  • Alachua
  • Gainesville FL
  • Hawthorne
  • High Springs
  • Melrose
  • Newberry

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