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North Sumter County Utility Dependent District

The North Sumter County Utility Dependent District (NSCUDD) was established pursuant to Chapter 189 of Florida State Statutes and Sumter County Ordinance 2010-10 on July 15, 2010.

NSCUDD consists of a seven member Board of Directors representing Districts 5-10 and one at large seat. The members are elected by registered voters residing in Districts 5-10.

NSCUDD is the water, wastewater and reclaimed water service provider to properties in The Villages that are south of C.R. 466 and north of C.R. 466A. Additionally, NSCUDD is the provider of the solid waste sanitation services for Marion and Sumter County, and the Fruitland Park portion of The Villages.

As a governmental entity in the State of Florida, the North Sumter County Utility Dependent District is held to the same high standards as cities and counties as it pertains to Sunshine Law, Public Records Law, Financial Reporting and Financial Disclosure Laws. Additionally, the Board of Supervisors adheres to Florida Statute Chapter 112, Part III - Code of Ethics for Public Officers and Employees.

Long-Term Investment Policy – NSCUDD

June 20, 2019 State of the Industry for Solid Waste and Recycling

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District Administration
984 Old Mill Run
The Villages, Florida 32162
Phone: 352-751-3939 - Fax: 352-753-6430

Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail 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.
Public Records Custodian Florida has a very broad Public Records Law. Most written communications to or from State and Local Officials regarding State or Local business are public records available to the public and media upon request. Please forward requests to:
Jennifer McQueary, District Clerk
984 Old Mill Run
The Villages, Florida 32162
Phone No. (352) 751-3939
Fax No. (352) 753-6430
Please Note Florida law prohibits the Board of Supervisors from communicating with residents about Deed Compliance or Architectural Review issues/cases.  Please contact the Community Standards Department directly at to report any concerns you might have.