District Board Meetings are held in the Large Conference Room in the District Office located at 984 Old Mill Run. Audio recordings of Board meetings, workshops or public hearings are available for purchase per Florida Statute 119.07 through the District Clerk for $1.00 per CD requested. Residents may also arrange to listen to audio recordings at the District office. Please call 352-751-3939 for requests or information.
FY15-16 Proposed Budget
FY14-15 Adopted Budget
VCCDD Investment Policies Manual
Village Center Community Development District was created by Ordinance No.92-06 of the Lady Lake Town Commissioners under authority of Chapter 190, Florida Statutes, and is comprised of 166.82 acres of land within Lady Lake in Lake County, Florida. The District is comprised of commercial properties owned by The Villages of Lake-Sumter, Incorporated, and various other commercial entities.
Maintenance of the infrastructure is provided through an annual assessment to property owners based upon square footage of properties benefited. The assessment programs are managed through the Village Center District Accounting Department, and may be collected on the Lake County tax bill, by agreement with the Lake County Tax Collector, utilizing the uniform method of assessment adopted by the Board of Supervisors.
Governance of the Village Center Community Development District is accomplished by a five member Board of Supervisors, elected biannually, as described in Chapter 190.006, Florida Statutes. Inasmuch as there are no residential properties contained within the boundaries of the Village Center Community Development District, members of the Board of Supervisors will continue to be elected by the landowners of property within the boundaries of the District.
Among the services provided by Village Center Community Development District to residential properties within The Villages are security, fire and emergency medical first response (non-transport) services, recreational facilities and services, stormwater collection and distribution and treated effluent distribution, and executive golf. These services are paid for through the receipt of monthly contractual amenity fees paid by each residential property within the service area of the District, as described by the Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions applying to each residential property. Certain services provided are paid for through user fees.
If you have more questions, the District conducts informational sessions each week that are open to anyone wishing to attend.