The Pelican Bay Services Division Municipal Service Taxing and Benefit Unit of Collier County, Florida was established by Collier County Ordinance 1990-111 and Ordinances 2002-27, 2006-05, 2009-05, 2013-19, 2013-61 and 2018-12 as amended, to provide quality street lighting, water management, and streetscape beautification services exclusively to the residents of Pelican Bay. We work closely with the Pelican Bay Foundation and Pelican Bay Property Owners Association to establish and identify resources to meet the needs of our residents.
For your safety and security, Pelican Bay Services Division provides energy efficient street lighting services along public roadways within Pelican Bay. We monitor vegetation growth and remove obstructions so that the lights are on when you need them.
Pelican Bay Services Division provides storm water management services within Pelican Bay. To ensure the continued integrity of the ecosystem, we strive to maintain a delicate balance by testing water quality, and monitoring and maintaining aquatic vegetation growth, aeration systems and wetland plantings.
Pelican Bay Services Division offers a wide range of streetscape beautification services that include landscaping maintenance of public roadways, medians, and pathways; Oakmont and Ridgewood Parks; U.S. 41 berm; and community berm along Clam Bay.
If you need assistance, call us at 239-597-1749 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Ordinance permits the annual levy of a uniform, non-ad valorem assessment against each equivalent residential unit or ERU located within the Pelican Bay Municipal Service Taxing and Benefit Unit. This assessment funds operations and maintenance of the water management system, beautification of the recreational areas and median areas, and maintenance of conservation and preserve areas; and the remaining monies are allocated to reserves for capital improvement projects such as street sign replacement within the median areas, landscaping improvements, and berm restoration.
PELICAN BAY SERVICES DIVISION "PBSD"
2000 - 2019 ANNUAL ASSESSMENT RATES
|(1) All units pay the same non-ad valorem assessment rate. Click here to find out more about our assessment methodology|
|(2) No. of assessable units is based on the number of "Equivalent Residential Units" aka "ERUs"|
|(3) Street lighting maintenance rates are based on each unit's assessed property value as determined by the Collier County Property Appraiser|
|(4) 2007 - 2008 no rates were increased due to excess security services funds|
|(5) 2000 - 2006 rates included security services|
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