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
Bids were received on December 5, 2014. The engineer, with the concurrence of DCDD staff, recommended to the Dunes CDD Board of Supervisors award of a contract to the bidder submitting the lowest responsive and responsible bid, Bridge Masters Construction, LLC of Tarpon Springs, Florida. On January 9, 2015, the Dunes CDD Board of SupervisorsRead More
To allow our customers the opportunity to repair, test and/or modify their irrigation systems, the District will run the irrigation pumping system seven days a week, 24 hours a day. Except for a brief maintenance period each morning at 7:00 AM, the irrigation pumping system will be operated continuously from January 1st until March 1stRead More
UPDATED Repair of Hammock Dunes Bridge Scope of Services: The project consists of providing repair and rehabilitation improvements to the Hammock Dunes Bridge (Palm Coast Parkway over Intracoastal Waterway, Bridge No. 734071) to the following components: CLICK HERE for further instructions. Addendum1 Please be advised that addendum number 1 has been issued. READ MORE PleaseRead More
Anyone interested in seeking appointment to the Board of Supervisors may submit a resume to the District Manager, 5000 Palm Coast Pkwy S.E., Palm Coast, FL 32137 or e-mail their resume to email@example.com on or before December 12, 2014. Applicant must be a registered voter and reside in the District (Island Estates, Hammock Dunes, YachtRead 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.