An article from February 4, 2020 in the Guardian summarizing the results of tidal gauge readings, the results aren’t good and also aren’t surprising.
An embedded link takes you to the report found here from the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.
Generally speaking, the sea level is rising faster on the US east and Gulf coasts compared with the US west coast, partially because land on the eastern seaboard is gradually sinking.
About 61,000 tons of sand is being dumped on Miami Beach to counter rising sea levels as highest rate of rise was recorded along the Gulf of Mexico shoreline. Photograph: Joe Raedle/Getty Images