The responsibilities of Indian Trail Improvement District include reclaiming the lands within its boundaries for water control and water supply purposes and protecting the land from the effects of water by means of the construction and maintenance of canals and other drainage works and improvements. The District is sanctioned to construct, improve and maintain roadways and roads necessary to provide access to and efficient development of certain areas. The District is also empowered to buy, develop, and maintain recreational areas.
The District has the specific authority to provide utility services within its geographical boundaries.
The District Board of Supervisors seeks to serve the needs of its citizens for a safe, secure, and healthy environment, and facilitates planned and managed growth and economic development.
To see our enabling legislation, visit laws.flrules.org/2002/330 or click the appropriately labeled item below. In addition, you may wish to review Chapter 298 - Drainage and Water Control, and Chapter 189 - Special Districts: General Provisions of the 2012 Florida Statutes
Board of Supervisors
ITID is governed by a five-member Board of Supervisors who are elected by popular vote through the general election process for four-year terms. To learn about our current Board Members please click on the Board of Supervisors link at the top of the screen.