There are three landowner positions on the Board, and two by popular election. All landowner elections are conducted at the November Board meeting, and popular elections are coordinated by the Highlands County Board of Elections. Qualifying for the popular election seats is normally in the month of June of the year the seat is available. Further information on qualifying for an elected seat can be…
The Board of Supervisors meet on the second Wednesday of each month at 10:00 a.m.. in the District Offices, unless otherwise noticed. The Public is welcome to attend and each meeting contains an agenda item for public comments.
Spring Lake is governed and managed by an elected Board of Supervisors who hire a District Manager., who oversees 15 full time staff and all District activities.
Our district is dedicated to operating in a transparent manner, and posts relevant financial and operational documents to our site as they become available.
To efficiently and effectively manage the Spring Lake Improvement District in accordance with Florida Statutes, regulations, and applicable law.