Water, Sewer and Irrigation Rate Information
Water and Sewer rates are established by the Village Center Community Development District for the Village Center Service Area and the Little Sumter Service Area, by the North Sumter County Utility Dependent District for North Sumter Utility.
These rate structures help ensure the continued success of the utilities by providing funding that allows the utility to meet its legal and water obligations.
District Owned Water and Sewer Rate Information
- New Utility Bill Sample and Description
- Village Center Service Area Water and Sewer Rates
- Little Sumter Service Area Water and Sewer Rates
- North Sumter County Utility Dependent District Water, Sewer & Irrigation Rates
For Information Only – Other Water and Sewer Rate Information
Central Sumter Utility (CSU), a privately owned utility, provides water and sewer service for the areas south of 466A and north of Highway 44. Rates are not established by
the District, however, they are provided here for information purposes only.
South Sumter Utility, a privately owned utility, provides water and sewer service for the areas south of Highway 44. Rates are not established by the
District, however, they are provided here for information purposes only.
Amenity charges are contractual charges billed monthly in advance as part of the combined bill that is sent by VCDD Utilities.
The contractual amenity fees provide funding for Villages Public Safety, Community Watch, recreation centers, pools and services, gate and postal station facility maintenance, water retention areas, Village Center Community development common areas, Sumter Landing Community Development common areas and the executive golf course operations and maintenance.
The contractual agreement does provide for the amenity fee to be adjusted by the increase/decrease in the Consumer Price Index (CPI).
The Consumer Price Index is reported monthly by the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Statistics and measures inflation as experienced by consumers in the day to day living expenses.
This adjustment is based upon the provisions found in each individual homeowner’s deed covenant. Generally, the adjustment anniversary date is the Original Land Sale Date, thus your adjustment may not occur at the same time as your neighbors.
To view a copy of your Covenant, you may access the Community Standards Department page. Click on the link at the bottom left, choose your County and then your Unit/Lot.
If you need the assistance of a customer service representative to understand your bill or any of these charges, please call 352-750-0000.