What Is CDD

“Community Development Districts”…What are they?

A Community Development District (“CDD” or “District”) is a local unit of special-purpose government, created pursuant to Chapter 190, Florida Statutes (“F.S.”), and is limited to the performance of those specialized functions authorized therein. The Southern Grove CDD No’s. 1-6 (“Districts”) are independent special districts, created pursuant to and existing under the provisions of Chapter 190, Florida Statutes, and established by Ordinance No’s 07-33 through 07-38 by the City Council of the City of Port St. Lucie, St. Lucie County, Florida on April 9, 2007 and amended Ordinance No. 09-68 enacted August 24, 2009. The Districts include within their boundaries approximately 3,605 acres of land located in the City of Port St. Lucie, St. Lucie County, west of Interstate 95 and south of Gatlin Boulevard.

The Districts are part of a master-planned, mixed-use community. The development plans include: 4,921 single-family homes; 1,185 multi-family homes; 600 apartment units; 2,164,292 square feet of commercial space; 2,073,237 square feet of office space; 1,999,405 square feet of industrial space; 500 hotel rooms, and 300 hospital beds.