Colonial Country Club Community Development District
A Community Development District (CDD) is a local, special-purpose government framework authorized by Chapter 190 of the Florida Statutes as amended, and is an alternative to municipal incorporation for managing and financing infrastructure required to support development of a community.
General CDD Information
- Department of Financial Services
- Auditor General
- Florida Commission on Ethics
- Chapter 189 Website
- Chapter 190 Website
- Chapter 112 – Code of Ethics
Colonial Country Club CDD Information
- Colonial Country Club CDD – Establishment Ordinance
- Colonial Country Club CDD Rules of Procedure
- Rule 10-01 added March 22, 2010
- Public Facilities Report
Resolutions of Interest
- Resolution 2003-12: Guidelines for Investing Public Funds
- Resolution 2003-20: Exercising Authority for Parks and Security
- Resolution 2006-04: Ownership Operation and Maintenance of Surface Water System
- Resolution 2007-05: Refunding and Authorizing Issuing 2007 Bonds
- Resolution 2010-03: Adding and Adopting Rule 10-01 to Rules of Procedure
- Resolution 2020-03 COVID-19 Virtual Meeting Authorization
The Colonial Country Club CDD manages the storm water management system, lakes, and preserves within Colonial Country Club. For More information, please visit the Services page.
The CDD Board of Supervisors are elected to terms of four years and elections are staggered on a 2-year cycle. Information on running for office is provided here.
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