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About Coral Bay

Located along the northern edge of Margate Florida, the Coral Bay CDD encompasses approximately 236 acres of a community located just to the south and west of the intersection Sample Road (SR 834) and Turtle Creek Drive (NW 62nd Avenue).  The Coral Bay CDD owns, operates, and maintains approximately 71 acres of water management tracts, including a 69 acre lake.  The Coral Bay CDD has perpetual use of many easements for lake maintenance and flowage purposes.

The Coral Bay CDD is a special-purpose unit of local government authorized by Chapter 189 and Chapter 190 of the Florida Statutes, as amended.  The City Commission of Margate Florida created Coral Bay CDD by City of Margate Ordinances 89-22, RZ-3-89, and 89-23 in November 1989, granting those special powers to the CDD as set forth in Section 190.012(1) and (2)(a), and (d) F.S.

The Coral Bay CDD is organized similarly to other local governments in Florida. The legislative body of the CDD is a five-member board known as the Board of Supervisors (the Board). The Board sets policy for the District in accordance with Florida law. The Board, by law, must hire a District Manager and District Counsel. Staff members operate in a manner very similar to a County Administrator and County Attorney. District Management staff and the District Attorney administer the operations of the District and implement the Board's policies and contracts.

The Coral Bay CDD is responsible for creating and managing a budget and determining the annual CDD assessment.  Public hearings are held on Coral Bay's CDD assessments and the Coral Bay CDD's budget is subject to annual independent audit.  The Coral Bay CDD levies its assessments on a per home basis.  There ar 997 homes in the Coral Bay CDD currently levied at $1,410.19 per home.  Statutory authority for levying these assessment is granted under Florida Statutes Ch. 170.01, 190.021, and 197.3631.

The CDD manages and maintains Coral Bay's streets, sidewalks, landscaping, parks, pools, playgrounds, lake and canals, and security. The business of the CDD Board of Supervisors is conducted in the "Sunshine", which means that meetings and records are open to the public in accordance with Section 286.011, Florida Statutes.  The Coral Bay CDD also operates under the ethics provision defined in Chapter 112 and Chapter 190 of the Florida Statues as well as the provisions set forth by the Florida Commission on Ethics

Coral Bay consists of 997 homes in eight villages, each with its own Homeowners' Association:

  • Fay's Cove -- 119 Homes
  • Indian Key -- 215 Homes
  • Islamorada -- 64 Homes
  • Las Brisas -- 122 Homes
  • Las Brisas Del Mar -- 34 Homes
  • Mallory Harbor -- 101 Homes
  • Port Antigua -- 147 Homes
  • The Cape -- 195 Homes

The responsibilities of the CDD and the individual Village Associations differ in that Village Associations are responsible for maintaining and enforcing all of the covenants, conditions, and restrictions related to use of homeowners' property. The CDD is responsible only for Coral Bay's common areas.

If you want to contact one of the HOAs, please see the HOA Contact Information section on this page.

What's New In Coral Bay

Minutes from the June 14, 2018 CDD Regular Meeting (PDF, opens in a new tab).

Coral Bay's next regular Board of Supervisors meeting will be held on Thursday September 13, 2018 in the Recreation Center Meeting room at 7:00 PM. 

Agenda Packet for the August 9, 2018 Regular CDD Meeting (PDF, opens in a new tab).

Meeting agendas are posted one week before each meeting.

Coral Bay's Fiscal Year 2018-2019 adopted budget is available in PDF format.

Contacting Coral Bay CDD

This section contains contact information for Coral Bay CDD.

Note:  The Coral Bay CDD is entirely independent of the eight Homeowners' Associations that are inside the CDD.  All HOA matters, including architectural approvals, estopple requests must addressed through the individual HOAs.  Contact information for each HOA can be found in the HOA Contact Information section on this page.

Contacting the correct entity to obtain this information will help to expedite your request.

Inquiries and Correspondence

Coral Bay Community Development District
c/o Governmental Management Services - South Florida
5385 N. Nob Hill Road
Sunrise, FL 33351

Coralbaycdd.com

Phone: (954) 721-8681 x 213
  (954) 968-6286 (Office in the Clubhouse)
Fax: (954) 721-9202

Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead contact this entity by phone or in writing.

Communicating with Envera

Envera is the company that provides gate access services for Coral Bay.&hnbsp; There are three easy methods to communicate with Envera and schedule visitors:

  • Call the Central Station by phone at (954) 642-1877 or toll free at (877) 9ENVERA and choose Option2 (that's (877) 936-8372, Option 2).
  • Log on to www.myenvera.com using your user ID and password.
  • Call the Envera Automated Voicemail System by calling (954) 773-9016;  this number is for scheduling visitors only.

Board of Supervisors

Tina Hagen,
Supervisor, Seat 1
Treasurer
954-629-9223
thagen@coralbaycdd.com
c/o GMS-SF
5385 N. Nob Hill Road
Sunrise, FL 33351

Elected: November 2016
Term Expires: November 2020

Tony Spavento,
Supervisor, Seat 2
Chairman
954-234-0809
tspavento@coralbaycdd.com
c/o GMS-SF
5385 N. Nob Hill Road
Sunrise, FL 33351

Elected: November 2016
Term Expires: November 2020

Ronald Gallucci,
Supervisor, Seat 3
Assistant Secretary
954-971-4468
rgallucci@coralbaycdd.com
c/o GMS-SF
5385 N. Nob Hill Road
Sunrise, FL 33351

Elected: November 2014
Term Expires: November 2018

John Hall,
Supervisor, Seat 4
Assistant Secretary
954-975-7311
jhall@coralbaycdd.com
c/o GMS-SF
5385 N. Nob Hill Road
Sunrise, FL 33351

Elected: November 2014
Term Expires: November 2018

Daniel Dean,
Supervisor, Seat 5
Vice-Chair
954-261-4249
ddean@coralbaycdd.com
c/o GMS-SF
5385 N. Nob Hill Road
Sunrise, FL 33351

Elected: November 2014
Term Expires: November 2018

Records Custodian

Richard P. Hans

5385 N. Nob Hill Road
Sunrise, FL 33351

Phone:  954-721-8681, Ext. 208
Fax:  954-721-9202

Records@gmssf.com

Coral Bay Rules

This section contains the rules for Coral Bay.  Each HOA has it's own set of rules and declarations that you must obtain from the HOA.

Amended and Restated Rules of Procedure (pdf)

Amended and Restated Rules Governing the use of the Recreational and Other District Facilities of the Coral Bay Community Development District (pdf) Revised 11/14/2013

Plain Language Coral Bay Parking Rules (pdf)

Resolution 2010-05 Parking (pdf) Adopted 05/13/2010

Resolution 2014-03 Public Comment Policy (pdf) Adopted 11/14/2013

HOA Contact Information

The eight individual Homeowner's Associations in Coral Bay ensure that property owners follow the restrictive covenants that exist in the individual neighborhoods.  Property owners are encouraged to attend their Village's meetings.  For more information, contact the Association for your neighborhood directly as listed below.

You must contact each individual HOA for their documents or forms.

Note: The Homeowners' Associations in Coral Bay are entirely independent of the Coral Bay Community Development District.  The information provided here is provided as a courtesy and convenience to the Coral Bay community.

Note:  The Homeowners' Associations in Coral Bay do not own, nor are they responsible for, any of the common property.  All common property in Coral Bay is governed by the Coral Bay CDD and its rules.  You can find rules for the Coral Bay CDD listed in the Coral Bay Rules section of this page.  The Coral Bay CDD rules include, but are not limited to: the gates, parking on CDD property (refer to you HOA rules for other parking information), the lake, the parks and pools, the Clubhouse, and other CDD facilities and property.

Fay's Cove

Fay's Cove meets the first Monday each month at 6:30 PM.  Contact United Community Management

Charles Brown
11784 W. Sample Road Suite 103
Coral Springs, FL 33065
(954) 752-8119
Fax (954) 796-6279
Email: cbrown@unitedcommunity.net

Indian Key

Meets the second Monday of each month, except December, at 7:00 PM in the clubhouse.  Contact Benchmark Property Management at (954) 344-5353.

Indian Key HOA's website.

Islamorada

Meets the third Monday of each month at 7:30 PM.  Contact Benchmark Property Management at (954) 344-5353.

Las Brisas

Meets the second Tuesday of January, March, May, July, September and November at 7:00 PM.  Contact Jason Hoffman of Alliance Property Systems at (954) 473-4733 x 2.

Las Brisas Del Mar

Meets the fourth Wednesday of each month with times to be announced.  Contact Elissa Goldman of H.R.T. Property Management at (561) 998-3011.

Mallory Harbor

Meets the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM. Contact Gail Magdycz of Association Services of Florida at (954) 922-3514, Ext. 3038.

Port Antigua

Meets the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM.  Contact Benchmark Property Management at (954) 344-5353.

The Cape

Meets quarterly on the third Monday of the month at 7:00 PM.  Contact Jason Hoffman of Alliance Property Systems at (954) 473-4733 x 2.