Community Development District

Riverwood Assessment Information



Q. How are District assessments determined?

A.  Each property owner will pay an annual assessment, levied on the annual property tax bills as non-ad valorem assessments, based on two component costs. One is the capital amount required to amortize the long-term tax-exempt debts assessed against each lot, parcel or acre for the public facilities acquired or constructed by or on behalf of the District. The annual assessment amounts vary in relation to the land class of the property, and to the infrastructure benefit allocated to the property.

Q. How long do residents of Riverwood CDD have to pay CDD assessments?

A. Residents are subject to two assessments, a Bond assessment and an Operations and Maintenance (O&M) assessment. Residents will continue to make O&M assessments, which pay for the ongoing expenses of the Districts, as long as the community exists. 

Q. Can I pay off the assessment?

A. Yes, the Debt Portion may be paid off in full by requesting an estoppel letter, which is a legal document outlining information regarding the current owner’s financial standing in regards to the CDD, what is due and what has not been paid. It also indicates any assessments that are in progress or projected. The preparation of an estoppel letter with a payoff amount has a charge of $75 per letter. If one is desired, please contact Luvinia LaCap at the Inframark Management Services Coral Springs office. She can be reached at (954) 753-5841 extension 40534. Please take in consideration that paying off the Debt does not eliminate the O&M assessment that will continue to be levied on the property’s taxes for as long as the community exists. Additionally, a payoff transaction cannot be reversed.   

Q. How is the assessment collected?

A. Assessments are collected uniformly by the Charlotte County Tax Collector as a “non-ad valorem” assessment on your Charlotte County Tax bill and are paid directly by the owner or via a mortgage holder escrow, beginning November 1st of each year.


Comparison of Assessment Rates

Fiscal Year 2019 vs. Fiscal Year 2018