Welcome to the Dunes Community Development District established in 1985 in accordance with Chapter 190 of the Florida State Statues. The District’s online information website has been created to enhance the services we provide to our residents, including an introduction to the District’s operations, governing structure, environmental management and utility systems. All of us atRead More
There will be an emergency Board of Supervisors’ Meeting on Tuesday, August 2, 2016 at 4:30pm at the Ray Alleman Water Treatment Plant, 101 Jungle Hut Road, Palm Coast, Florida to discuss and take action, as required, on the irrigation water shortage.Read More
When the Dunes CDD first started operation of its utility systems in the early 1990s, its rates were among the highest in the area. This was due to a limited customer base, debt service costs and the high cost of purchased water from Palm Coast… Click on the link below to read more. Dunes CDDRead More
The 2015 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report is now available. This report contains important information about the source and quality of your drinking water. If you would like to speak to someone about the 2015 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report, please contact us at (386) 445-9045. Click on this link to view the report in itsRead More
Grau & Associates, CPA have audited the financial statements of the governmental activities, business type activities and each major fund of the Dunes Community Development District (District) as of and for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2015. To view the report in its entirety, click on the link below: 2015 FINAL AUDIT REPORTRead More
NORMAL IRRIGATION RULES IN EFFECT STARTING MARCH 1, 2016 Irrigation is prohibited all day Friday and between the hours of 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. the other six days of the week. The irrigation pumping system will be shut off during prohibited times. Residential customers whose addresses end in an even number (e.g., 112 DunesRead More
As demand for fresh water increases, the challenge to develop alternative water sources to satisfy future needs is primary.
The District provides potable water for household use to all residences and non-residential facilities in the District.
What appears to be natural lakes and marshes throughout the DCDD are manmade stormwater retention and treatment areas.