New Port Richey, Florida 

Community Development District

Heritage Springs

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Copyright 2015  Heritage Springs Community Development District
210 N. University  Suite 702     Coral Springs, FL  33071

(813) 991-1116  Ext. 102

Heritage Springs CDD Board of Supervisors Opening

The Heritage Springs Community Development District (CDD) has an opening on its Board of Supervisors.

We would be appointing an individual to the position to complete the open term of office which is:    Current until 11/2018

This is a State of Florida and Pasco County recognized special local government district position. Things like financial disclosure forms are required as is an Oath of Office. 

The CDD here in Heritage Springs is responsible for all pond maintenance and storm water drainage and management. We divide the community into sections and have each of the Commissioners inspect the ponds and banks on a periodic basis for work that may need to be done. 

Any individual residing full time in Heritage Springs interested in applying for the opening should forward their resume to:

Steven Wertovitch Chairman, Heritage Springs CDD
1131 Ashbourne Circle
Trinity Fl. 34655

We’d like the individual to have some background in community ponds, storm water drainage management and maintenance. Experience with state and local government and regulatory agencies is also helpful. 

These characteristics are excellent to have but are not pre-requisites if there is other complimentary background experience. 

You can visit The Heritage Springs CDD website, for background and more information on the CDD and who and what we do. 

We look forward to hearing from you.

Steven Wertovitch  

​​​Heritage Springs Community Development District located in New Port Richey, Florida is a local, special purpose government entity authorized byChapter 190 of the Florida Statutes, as amended. It was created on December 7, 1998 by ordinance of  Pasco County with later amendments as an alternative method of planning, acquiring, operating and maintaining community-wide improvements in planned communities. A Community Development District (CDD) provides the "solution" to Florida’s need to provide valuable community infrastructure generated by growth, ultimately without overburdening other governments and their taxpaying residents. CDDs represent a major advancement in Florida’s effort to manage its growth effectively and efficiently. This allows a community to establish higher construction standards, meanwhile providing a long-term solution to the operation and maintenance of the community’s facilities.

The Heritage Springs CDD operates within the ethics provisions as outlined by the Florida Commission on Ethics.

​For Public Records Requests Contact:
Sandra Demarco
(954) 603-0033, extension 40532