Important CDD Updates and
Temporary Amenity Operations
Dear Montecito Residents,
Several key items were discussed at the recent CDD Board of Supervisors Meeting on 1/25/23. The following are important updates:
- Montecito CDD has a new General Manager. Please join the District in welcoming Denisse Grimm with Vesta Property Services. Denisse can be contacted at: dgrimm@vestapropertyservices.
com. Denisse’s office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Victor Nelson is the new Facilities Attendant and will be on site Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
- The General Manager and Facilities Attendant are frequently out in the community or on appointments with vendors. If you need assistance, we encourage you to schedule appointments. You can schedule an appointment either by phone at 321-777-9460 or by email.
- Effective 2/1/23, ProGreen has been contracted as the new landscaping and irrigation vendor to maintain all CDD property and common areas. The homeowner and HOAs are responsible for private property.
- Residential streets and sidewalks are governed by state, city, and District rules. Please consider the safety of all neighbors and keep the rights-of-way clear for vehicle traffic.
- To submit concerns related to the amenity center and CDD property, please complete the ‘Report a CDD Issue’ form on the CDD Website at https://montecitocdd.org/report-an-issue/. All Non-Emergency Tickets will be responded to within 2 business days. Please do not submit duplicate tickets to allow vendors sufficient time to respond to the issue.
- The CDD Board of Supervisors Meeting schedule has changed. Please review the dates and timesposted at https://montecitocdd.org/information/.
For further updates, please continue to check email and this website. Any additional inquiries can be sent to the District Manager at email@example.com.
Thank you and have a wonderful day!
The Montecito Community Development District (the “District”) is a local, unit of special-purpose government entity authorized by established and operating pursuant to Chapter 190, Florida Statutes, as amended, and created by Ordinance No. 904 of the City of Satellite Beach. The District serves as an alternative method of planning, funding, acquiring, managing, operating and maintaining community-wide improvements and services in planned communities. The Montecito CDD has been granted those general powers defined in Section 190.011, Florida Statutes, as well as those special powers defined in Section 190.012(1) and (2)(a), (d), and (e), Florida Statutes, all as more particularly described in Brevard County Ordinance No. 904.
The Montecito Community Development District (the “District”) is an independent local unit of, special-purpose government, created pursuant to and existing under the provisions of Chapter 190, Florida Statutes, and established by Ordinance 904 adopted of the City of Satellite Beach, Florida which became effective on July 20th, 2005.
The District currently encompasses approximately one hundred two (101.98) acres of land located entirely within Brevard County, Florida. As a local unit of special-purpose government, the District provides an alternative means for planning, financing, constructing, operating and maintaining various public improvements and community facilities within its jurisdiction.
A District provides the “solution” to Florida’s need to provide valuable community infrastructure generated by growth, ultimately without overburdening other governments and their taxpaying residents. Community Development Districts represent a major advancement in Florida’s effort to manage its growth effectively and efficiently. This allows a community to establish higher construction standards, meanwhile providing a long-term solution to the operation and maintenance of the community’s facilities.
CLICK HERE to view the second arborist report.
Communication from Rainbow Ecoscience regarding poinciana trees:
It was great meeting with you at the Montecito community in Satellite Beach. Per our conversation, many of the poinciana trees in the public areas appear to have had large branches greater than 4 to 6 inch in diameter removed at one time plus more than 25% of the foliage remove at one time. Removal of greater than 25% of foliage increases opportunities for stress disease and decay. Photo #95152 shows the emergence of canker which is commonly found on over pruned trees. Photo 95251 show stub cuts which typically does not heal and creates opportunities of stress, disease, and possible internal decay.
I highly recommend the removal of all dead wood greater than 1 inch in diameter and limit any removal of green foliage. Branches must be removed at the branch collar. Increase all tree rings to at least 6’ or greater with 3 inches of large pine bark mulch. This will reduce competition from turf. Please see attached UF Mature Tree Best Management Practices for more information. I also recommend Cambistat Tree growth regulator to slow decline and development of dead wood plus increase flowering.
CDD Meeting Dates
9:30 am at the Montecito Beach Club
208 Montecito Drive, Satellite Beach, FL 32937
Monday, February 27, 2023
Workshop Wednesday, March 1, 2023
April 5, 2023
May 3, 2023
June 7, 2023
July 12, 2023
August 2, 2023 (5:30 pm)
Special Meeting August 23, 2023
September 6, 2023
Amenities Hours of Operation:
Clubhouse & Game Room
8am to 10pm DAILY
5am to Midnight
Swimming Pool, Deck & Lanai
Dawn to Dusk – Specific Operating Hours Posted at Pool
Dawn to Dusk
For more Information regarding the CDD, please contact Governmental Management Services:
219 E. Livingston Street
Orlando, Florida 32801
Tel: (407) 841-5524
Fax: (407) 839-1526