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407-742-1821
Address
1 Courthouse Square,
Suite 2100
Kissimmee, FL 34741

Indian Ridge Villas Common Facilities District

Overview

The Indian Ridge Villas Common Facilities District (CFD) was established and adopted by the Osceola County Board of County Commissioner on April 21, 2008 as a dependent district of Osceola County pursuant to Sections 125.01 and 125.66, Florida Statutes. Indian Ridge Villas CFD was created for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, operating and maintaining Common Facilities, and providing Security Service within the District.

The Indian Ridge Villas CFD is governed by a three-member Board of Supervisors pursuant to Section 189.041, Florida Statutes. All Board Members are required to complete a State of Florida Financial Disclosure Form. The disclosure form is sent directly to the Supervisor from the State Commission on Ethics. For more information on the financial disclosure, go to the Florida Commission on Ethics website at http://www.ethics.state.fl.us/ and select “Ethics Laws.” The Board must also comply with the Sunshine Law. Additional information on the Sunshine Law can be obtained from the Florida Attorney General’s website at: http://myfloridalegal.com/sunshine.

Special Assessments are collected through the yearly real-estate tax bill, pursuant to Sections 197.3632 and 197.3635, Florida Statutes. Special Assessments are collected for a Fiscal Year. The Fiscal Year begins on October 1 and ends on the following September 30. Below are the current Special Assessment Rates:

FY/2017-2018 RATES ADOPTED ON MAY 18, 2017

Rate - Per Residential Unit

$315

Total Number of Assessed Units

307

Total Assessment Amount to Be Collected

$96,705

Your Board of Supervisors

Common Facilities District Operating Guide

This is the first edition of the Operating Guide for Osceola County's Common Facilities Districts. The Guide includes information and advice regarding District organization, operation, meetings, and budgets. Each Supervisor should read this booklet fully and carefully. A District Board of Supervisors is referred to as a "Board" and the Board of County Commissioners is referred to as the "County Commission".

You may download the Guide in PDF format by clicking here.