Silverleaf Community Development District
Est. 2006 Located In Manatee County, Florida
Silverleaf Community Development District (“District”) is an independent special district, created pursuant to and existing under the provisions of Chapter 190, Florida Statutes, and established by the Manatee County Board of County Commissioners approval of Ordinance No. 06-32 on December 7, 2007. On June 20, 2017 the Manatee County Board of County Commissioners approval of Ordinance No. 17-039 which expanded the boundaries of the District. The District includes within its boundaries approximately 300.57 acres of land located in Manatee County.
The Silverleaf Community Development District is a local, special purpose government entity authorized by Chapter 190 of the Florida Statutes as amended, and created by ordinance of the Board of County Commissioners of Manatee County, Florida as an alternative method of planning, acquiring, operating and maintaining community-wide improvements in planned communities. A 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. Community Development Districts represent a major advancement in Florida’s effort to manage its growth effectively and efficiently. This allows a developer to establish higher construction standards, meanwhile providing a long-term solution to the operation and maintenance of the community’s facilities.
District Infrastructure and Property
The District issued its Series 2014A Bonds (“Bonds”) to fund the construction and/or acquisition of improvements.
District Annual Budgets
The District will annually approve both a Series 2014A Bonds debt service budget and an operations and maintenance “O&M” budget. The Series 2014A Bonds require level annual debt service and so the bond debt service budget will not vary substantially from year to year.
District annual Non-Ad Valorem Assessments
Please feel free to contact the District Office in writing, via email or fax, or by phone, whichever is most convenient for you. See CONTACT US for further details on contacting the District Office.