District Property Management
The District Property Management Department (DPM) is responsible for upholding and preserving our community’s aesthetic and environmental standards by managing,
maintaining, and preserving the District Government’s physical assets, infrastructure, and natural resources. DPM strives to maintain Florida’s Friendliest Hometown
to “Resort Level” Standards.
To better serve you, District Property Management has implemented the divisional structure as outlined below. Please feel free to reach out directly to these Managers for assistance in their applicable areas.
Assistant Director (Landscape, Water Resources, Infrastructure Divisions)
Assistant Director (Facilities, Town Center, Construction, Fire Stations Divisions
Manager, Landscape Division
Landscape, Irrigation System, Basin Landscape Management, Tree Maintenance, Debris Removal
Manager, Infrastructure Division
Multi Modal Paths, Sidewalks, Roadways, Parking Lots, Tunnels, Bridges, Storm Water Piping
(outside the road right of way), Villa Walls and Entries, Security Cameras, Lighting, Gates, Gatehouses, Fences, Wetlands, Preserves
Manager, Water Resource Division
Storm Water Pump Stations, Storm Water Basins, Backflow Prevention, Storm Systems Management, Water Transfers,
Nuisance Alligator Management, Algae and Aquatic Weed Control
Assistant District Manager