East Nassau Stewardship District
Established by the Florida Legislature and signed into lay by Governor Rick Scott on June 6, 2017, the East Nassau Stewardship District ("District") is a special purpose entity created to operate and maintain basic services for the future community development within the 24,000-acre East Nassau Community Planning Area ("ENCPA"). All District-owned improvements, facilities and public infrastructure such as storm water management systems, utilities, roadways and certain recreational amenities will be open and accessible to the general public, subject to limitations based upon ordinary or customary hours of operation. the District includes the community/town of Wildlight.
- Conservation Habitat Network- The District will be responsible for maintaining permanently preserved open space, estimated to be 350 acres within Wildlight Phase 1.
- Storm Water System, Utilities and Roadways- The District is established to maintain facilities that are designed and constructed as a interconnected system of infrastructure within the community.
- Future Parks- Plans at Wildlight will include parks that will be available to the public and are currently being planned parks. This may include trails and other park recreational amenities.
For more information regarding the East Nassau Stewardship District, please see the website http://eastnassausd.net/ or contact District Manager, Wrathell Hunt & Associates at (561)571-0010.