CDD Operations

The CDD’s most visible responsibilities include our main entrance structures, clubhouse and entrance islands to each of our six villages. It is also responsible for community privacy walls, 80 acres of manicured lawns, three dozen lakes and ponds, conservation and wetland areas, two community pools and a gazebo. CDD amenities also include a park with tennis, basketball and volleyball courts, a ball field and a separate play area for youngsters.

Less visible are the CDD’s responsibilities to manage the underground storm water runoff collection system and its outflow structures, an extensive underground landscape irrigation system, seven wells, three lift stations and public lighting along all of our streets.

The resident landowners who comprise the CDD Board support full disclosure as a means of assisting resident in their participation in the Ballantrae community and beyond. The Board wants CDD documents and other resources easily accessible to all residents:

Contact Ballantrae’s CDD via the Board of Supervisors or its Management Team, including both our District Manager and Maintenance Supervisor. We’ve also described the duties of partners hired by the Board to perform specific tasks within our community.

To keep residents informed of Board activities, here’s a list of CDD Board meetings for the current fiscal year and the agenda for the next meeting (posted one week before it takes place). Meetings are also listed in the CDD’s bimonthly Communicator newsletter. The approved minutes for Board meetings are included here.

Rules for the use of amenities, such as the clubhouse, park and pools, are posted here.

Annual spending can be reviewed by fiscal year in our budgets/financial statements.

Annual financial audits by outside professionals are provided here by fiscal year.

Other documents provided to the CDD Board are posted here.

Ballantrae’s CDD Board operations are governed by these adopted Rules of Procedure.

To help understand any CDD, we provide a detailed explanation of what CDDs are and their responsibilities, plus copies of Florida’s Chapter 190 and Sunshine Law statutes under which CDD’s must operate. All CDDs are bound by the state's code of ethics for public officials, found at Chapter 112.311-112.326.

Community contacts provide links to selected government and community resources here.

More information is available under our Frequently Asked Questions.

Under Florida Law, email addresses are public records. If you do not want your email address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.
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