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About Spring Lake Improvement District

The Spring Lake Improvement District, consisting of 3,359 acres, was created in 1971 by the State Legislature, Laws of Florida 71-669. Spring Lake is an independent special district and is a unit of local government, similar to a municipality, with the exception that the District does not have authority over land use, zoning, police and fire.The District is under the jurisdiction of the State of Florida Department of Community Affairs. A link to DCA has been included in the Helpful Links section in the event you want to view the Special District Handbook and the various Florida Statutes that pertain to Special Districts. The District maintains all canals and most water bodies; no fishing, swimming, or boating is allowed. Please call the District Office for locations where fishing is allowed with the appropriate license. Trespassers fishing on private property can result in the Sheriffs Department being contacted.

Overall, the Spring Lake Improvement District plays a major and important role in providing community services in an effort to enhance the quality of life for residents of Spring Lake. Throughout this website you can view all the services and programs that are being offered.Additionally, a Public Records room is available in the District Office.

District Office: 115 Spring Lake Blvd.

Maintenance and Water Facility: 225 Tizzwood Dr.

Pump Station: 2532 Duane Palmer Blvd.

Waste Water Treatment Plant: 5944 US Hwy. 98

ECO Park: 1704 Duane Palmer Blvd.

Community Center and Pine Breeze Park: 209 Spring Lake Blvd.

Bark Park: 2432 Duane Palmer Blvd.

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