Did You Know?
Find useful information and valuable resources about our community right here. You can find information from wildlife species
to how to maneuver a roundabout. Read below to learn more!
Each election period raises questions about allowable campaign activities within the Village Community Development Districts. To help all candidates, an overview has been created. To read the overview, please click on the header of this announcement.
A listing of Florida-Friendly plants and trees have been assembled to give residents of The Villages a better understanding of which plants have proven to work well in this area. By viewing the presentation, you will have the opportunity to see a listing of ground covers, shrubs, and trees along with pictures and growth characteristics of many of the plants and trees you see throughout our community. Please click here to view the presentation and learn more about Florida-Friendly landscaping in your community.
Wildlife here in The Villages is as diverse and plentiful as its residents. It is important to understand the sensitive relationship between
people, wildlife and the land that we both occupy. Please take this opportunity to familiarize yourself with this information on our
wildlife in order to help preserve the harmonious ecosystem right here in our own backyard. Please
click here to
download the wildlife document.
Rain, Rain Go Away...
Have you ever wondered why the irrigation is running along a roadway for a mile or two or on a golf course for days after an extreme amount of rain has
fallen? Well, it’s due to the fact that the water retention areas throughout The Villages are above the recommended level and must be lowered. These
measures are in place to make room for more rain water, which is collected from the streets, yards and golf courses, should there be a second rain event
coming. This information is provided to you by our District Property Management Department.
Phone Book Recycling
As you receive your new phone books, many are unsure of what to do with the old phone books. Please keep our community clean and beautiful by putting your old phone books out for collection on your regular home "recycling" day. Thank you!
The Sumter County Board of County Commissioners in cooperation with the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office has developed an educational guide to navigating
roundabouts in Sumter County. At the request of Sumter County officials, the District is providing this brochure for your information. If you
have any questions regarding this information, please contact the Sumter County Public Works Department at 352-793-0240. Please
click here to view the brochure.
The Sumter County Board of County Commissioners Community Services Department is responsible for the administration of the Sumter County Transit Program. Whether for you, a neighbor or a friend, Sumter County Transit can provide safe transportation to the doctor’s office, shopping or to just visit a friend. To view the routes in The Villages, please click on the header of this announcement. For additional information about the Transit Program, please call (352) 568-6683. Hearing impaired residents can call 1-800-955-8771. Or, the out-of-county toll free number is 1-866-568-6606.
Sumter County – Speed Limit Study Information
Sumter County had existing streets within the Sumter County portion of The Villages evaluated to identify cases where a 20 mph speed limit would not be appropriate. The background information for this project is provided below. For more information provided by Sumter County please click here.
The District has received information from the US Census Bureau that the National Health Interview Survey is being conducted in our area. A number of
Villages residents have been randomly selected to participate in the survey, which is completely voluntary. The National Health Interview Survey is
an ongoing process and has been in existence since 1957. Please
click here for more information regarding the
survey and the confidentiality of the information that is collected. Any household that is selected to participate in the survey receives a letter
(see attached) in advance of the visit by the Census worker. Please contact the US Census Bureau at 800-424-6974 if you have any questions regarding the survey.