Fiscal Year 2022: October 1, 2021 – September 30, 2022
Welcome to the official website of Parkway Center Community Development District, also known as Oak Creek. Your CDD consists of the Amberly, Baywood, Belmont, Hamlet, Harvest Glen, Pine Ridge, Sanctuary, and Summerwood subdivisions.
Through the CDD format, the community can offer its residents a broad range of community-related services and infrastructure to help ensure the highest quality of life possible. CDD responsibilities within our community include storm water management, potable and irrigation water supply, sewer and wastewater management, landscape management, and street lights.
Management of your Community Development District is handled by Meritus Districts. The division in management of your multiple Homeowner’s Associations can be found on the HOA page of this site.
We hope that you will find this website educational and useful. Please contact us with your questions and concerns.
*** Please be advised that fishing and swimming is forbidden in the ponds. The CDD has a trespass agreement in place with the sheriff’s office and it will be strictly enforced for people who violate the no fishing/swimming policy of the district. The district thanks you in advance for your cooperation.***
Great News — Meritus and Inframark are now one! For over a decade, we’ve been on parallel tracks to provide exceptional services to both community development districts (CDD) and homeowners’ associations (HOA) in Florida. Our goal has always been to build a stronger business that can drive further growth and innovation in the communities in which we work, live, and play. We will continue doing so, but now as one company
Amenity Center Opening Updates
Parkway Center Community Development District Disclosure
Please be advised that the Parkway Center Community Development District (the “District”), a local unit of special purpose government created under Florida law, has constructed and is responsible for the maintenance of certain improvements, infrastructure and facilities within the District. The District financed this construction through the sale of tax-exempt bonds, a form of public financing. As a result, and in accordance with applicable federal and state law, all District owned improvements, infrastructure and facilities are and shall remain open and accessible to the general public. Should you have any questions on this matter, non-resident user fees applicable to District recreational facilities, or any other general District issue, please feel free to contact the District Manager.