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The University Village Community Development District encompasses and area of approximately 282-8 acres in unincorporated Lee County, Florida.

The University Village CDD encompassed an area of approximately 147.97 acres unincorporated Lee County, Florida. The land within the District is generally bounded by Interstate 95 on the Southeast, Snake Creek Canal on the Southwest, and Ives Dairy Road and existing development on the North.

The University Village CDD was established to plan, construct, acquire, operate and maintain systems and facilities related to landscaping and public areas, off-site road improvements, sanitary sewer collection system, water transmission and distribution system, storm water management and drainage system.

A Community Development District (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. CDDs represent a major advancement in Florida's effort to manage its growth effectively and efficiently. This allows a community to establish higher construction standards, meanwhile providing a long-term solution to the operation and maintenance of the community's facilities.

Board of Supervisors

Jeffery Staner

  • Vice Chair
  • Email
  • SEAT 1

Mark Battaglia

  • Assistant Secretary
  • Email
  • SEAT 2

Mark Geschwendt

  • Assistant Secretary
  • Email
  • SEAT 3


  • Assistant Secretary
  • Email
  • SEAT 4

Rich Pomeroy

  • Chair
  • Email
  • SEAT 5

District Staff

District Manager

  • Wrathell, Hunt and Associates, LLC
  • Chuck Adams
  • 9220 Bonita Beach Road, Suite 214
  • Bonita Springs, FL 34135
  • Phone Number:(239) 464-7114
  • Email

CDD assessments

For additional information regarding CDD assessments, please contact the Financial Services Department as follows:


Please include the name of the District and the parcel ID.


(561) 571-0010

Please have the name of the District and the parcel ID ready.

Public Records Notice

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