Sugarfoot Oaks / Cedar Ridge Preservation and Enhancement District
Sugarfoot Oaks / Cedar Ridge Neighborhood Preservation and Enhancement District (the "District") was created under the provisions of Chapter 163, Part IV, Florida Statutes on October 23, 2001 by the Alachua County Board of County Commissioners' (the "County") Ordinance No. 01-24. The original boundaries of the District were expanded pursuant to Ordinance No. 03-02 effective February 11, 2003. The District consist of approximately 72.7 acres and approximately two thousand (2,000) people comprising approximately eight hundred (800) households.
The purpose is to more fully promote, protect, and improve health, safety and welfare of the neighborhoods for the residents, visitors, and property owners.
The District through its Neighborhood Council implements strategies to enhance security, protect the neighborhoods, and evaluates the effectiveness of its annual plan.
Special Assessments Collected
The amount assessed per parcel is calculated at $10.00 per dwelling unit, per month. For the 827 units in the District, the total assessed amount to be collected is approximately $99,240 annually.
Members of the Governing Body
Chauncey Clark, President
Barbara Hamley, Member
Barbara Sacks, Member
Janice Clark, Member
Sadie McBroom, Member
Satori Days, Staff Liaison
An annual meeting of the members shall take place in the month of March, the specific date, time and location of which will be designated by the chair. At the annual meeting the members shall elect directors and officers, receive reports on the activities of the association, and determine the direction of the association for the coming year.
Sugarfoot Oaks/Cedar Ridge Preservation & Enhancement District Special Meeting
next Sugarfoot Oaks/Cedar Ridge Preservation and Enhancement District Council
Meetings will be listed on Alachua County’s Meetings and Event Calendar:
Regular meetings of the members shall be held on the first Wednesday in the months of January, March, May, July, September, and November, at a time and place designated by the chair.
These meetings are open to the public.
Special meetings may be called by the chair, or a simple majority of the Council.
Date Established: 10/23/2001
County Ordinance #01-24
County Ordinance #03-02
Section 163.524, F.S.
Local Governing Authority: Alachua County
Fiscal Year: October 1 to September 30
Satori Days, Program Manager
Community Stabilization Program
Department of Community Support Services
218 SE 24th Street
Gainesville, FL 32641