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CDD Information

In accordance with F.S. 189.069(2)(a)

1. Full Legal Name:               Verano 3 Community Development District

2. Public Purpose:                To plan, finance, construct, operate, and maintain community-wide infrastructure    

​3. Fiscal year:                        October 1 through September 30

4. The full text of the special district’s charter, the date of establishment, the establishing entity, and the statute or statutes under which the special district operates, if different from the statute or statutes under which the special district was established. Community development districts may reference Chapter 190 as the uniform charter but must include information relating to any grant of special powers.

Date of Establishment:

Established April 25, 2005, by Ordinance No. 05-20 granting those special powers to the CDD as set forth in Section 190.012(2) F.S. and by Ordinance No. 06-10 on February 13, 2006, changing the District’s name and by Ordinance No. 21-48 on June 14, 2021 revising the external boundaries.

Click link below for Ordinance:

Verano 3 (PDF)

Verano 3 - Name Change (PDF)

Verano 3 - Revising External Boundaries (PDF)


Establishing Entity:                        City Council of the City of Port St. Lucie, Florida

F.S. Chapter 190

F.S. Chapter 189

5. The mailing address, e-mail address, telephone number, and Internet website uniform resource locator of the special district: 

5385 N. Nob Hill Road

Sunrise, FL 33351


6. A description of the boundaries or service area of, and the services provided by, the special district.

Verano Community Development Districts (Districts) are a combination of six separate community development districts (Center CDD,  CDD #1, CDD #2, CDD #3, CDD #4 and CDD #5) occupying approximately 3,061.84 acres of land located entirely within the  City of Port St. Lucie, Florida and lying in portions of Sections 28, 29, 31, 32, 33, 34 and 35, Township 36 South, Range 29 East and Sections 3, 4, 5 and 6, Township 37 South,  Range 39 East.  In addition, the Districts are located within an approved Development of Regional Impact (DRI) encompassing all of the lands within the Districts.  Access to the Districts is provided by Interstate 95 (via Crosstown Parkway) to the west and the future expansion of Crosstown Parkway to the west.

Water management system, roadway improvements, public right of way improvements.

7. The primary contact information for the special district for purposes of communication from the department:


Governmental Management Services – SF, LLC

5385 N. Nob Hill Road

Sunrise, FL 33351


​8. A code of ethics adopted by the special district, if applicable, and a hyperlink to generally applicable ethics provisions.

Link to Florida Commission on Ethics (CLICK HERE)

F.S. Chapter 112

F.S. Chapter 190

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