The Tributary CDD is registered as Three Rivers CDD and is administered by Wrathell, Hunt & Associates, LLC. Their toll-free number is 877.276.0889 and website is www.whhassociates.com. Contact Craig Wrathell, CDD Manager, at email@example.com.
For information on the HOA, please contact Castle Group, the community association management team. Michael Molineaux is the Property Manager for Tributary. He can be reached at 904.468.8045 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An HOA, or Homeowners Association, is accountable for enforcing the deed restrictions and overall neighborhood conditions and regulations. A monthly, quarterly or yearly HOA fee, per homeowner, is used to enforce architectural review guidelines, and can be used for specific committees or social clubs (i.e. gardening, happy hour, yoga, etc.) within the neighborhood and is paid separately from your mortgage or property taxes.
The CDD is a government entity whose purpose is to finance, build, operate and maintain community-wide infrastructure elements, improvements and services for the benefit of the residents. CDD fees are included in the annual property tax bill as part of the non-ad valorem assessments.
The CDD makes it possible for the community to offer the most desirable elements of a master-planned community. Residents enjoy high-quality infrastructure facilities and services with the comfort and assurance of knowing that the standards of the community will be maintained long after the developer is gone. With a CDD in place, residents are assured of the ability to control quality and value for years to come. CDD fees are collected through ad valorem taxes every year to ensure consistent funding for high quality maintenance of infrastructure and amenities. Until the community is fully built out, the developer funds all maintenance budget shortfalls.
The CDD is governed by a five-member Board of Supervisors (Board) elected initially by the land owner/developer. As the community gets closer to build out, the Board will be elected by majority vote of the resident electors in the community. A professional manager implements the policies of the Board.
The CDD will provide the following publicly owned elements:
A Community Development District (CDD) is a local, special-purpose government entity. Created pursuant to Chapter 190 of the Florida Statutes, a CDD’s main powers are to plan, finance, construct, operate and maintain community-wide infrastructure and services specifically for the benefit of its residents.