CDD News and Policies

2017 Public Facilities Report [PDF] July 2017
Policies for Use of Lakes and Other Stormwater Management Facilities [PDF] March 2016
Please Report Nuisance Alligators
The Statewide Nuisance Alligator Program (SNAP) is administered by the FWC's Division of Hunting and Game Management. SNAP is one of five components of Florida’s comprehensive Alligator Management Program. Its mission is to address complaints concerning alligators. Persons with concerns about an alligator may call our toll-free Nuisance Alligator Hotline at 866-FWC-GATOR (866-392-4286). Generally, an alligator may be deemed a nuisance if it is at least four feet in length and the caller believes it poses a threat to people, pets or property.

SNAP uses contracted nuisance alligator trappers throughout the state to remove alligators from locations where they are unwanted or unwelcome. If a complaint meets the qualifying criteria, SNAP will issue a permit to a contracted nuisance alligator trapper authorizing the removal of the animal.

Complainants must be able to grant legal access to the property on which the alligator is located. SNAP does not permit the removal of nuisance alligators from private or publicly managed property without first obtaining permission from the property owner or management authority.

In 2013, SNAP received 14,915 nuisance alligator complaints resulting in the removal of 8,053 nuisance alligators.

For more information, visit the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s web site.

July 2014
Rules of Procedure [PDF] September 2013
Resolution 2013-05 [PDF] September 2013
Stormwater Runoff
Because water can wash off our yards, it is important to reduce the amount of pollutants on our property.
  • Sweep grass clippings, fertilizer and soil from driveways and streets back onto the lawn.
  • Remove trash from street gutters before it gets washed into storm drains.
  • Clean up oil spills and leaks on the driveway. Use cat litter to absorb oil.
  • Pick up after pets. this will help reduce bacterial and nutrient pollution entering storm drain systems.
  • Please proactively prevent the introduction any foreign matter (including, but not limited to, trash, leaves, grass clippings, debris, garbage, fill, construction materials, organic or inorganic pollutants, acids, and petroleum products), whether by action or inaction, to the Heritage Park storm water drainage system including our streets and ponds.
August 2010
Public Facilities report [PDF] March 2006

CDD Meeting
1 pm
Thursday, July 18
Amenity Center


Heritage Park Community Development District
Jim Oliver, District Manager
Governmental Management Services, LLC
475 West Town Place, Suite 1141
World Golf Village
St. Augustine, FL 32092
Office 904-940-5850 Ext. 406
Fax 904-940-5899
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