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CDD Information

In accordance with F.S. 189.069(2)(a)

1. Full Legal Name:               Beacon Tradeport Community Development District

2. Public Purpose:                To plan, finance, construct, operate, and maintain community-wide infrastructure    

​3. Fiscal year:                        October 1 through September 30

4. The full text of the special district’s charter, the date of establishment, the establishing entity, and the statute or statutes under which the special district operates, if different from the statute or statutes under which the special district was established. Community development districts may reference Chapter 190 as the uniform charter but must include information relating to any grant of special powers.

Date of Establishment:

Established March 27, 1998, by Ordinance No. 98-35 granting those special powers to the CDD as set forth in Section 190.012(1) and Sections (2)(d) and (f), (except for powers regarding waste disposal or regarding the collection of any waste other than commercial or industrial) F.S. and Section 190.012(3).

Click the link below for Ordinance:

Beacon Tradeport CDD Ordinance No. 98-35 (PDF)     

Establishing Entity:                        Miami-Dade County Board of County Commissioners, Miami-Dade County, Florida

F.S. Chapter 190

F.S. Chapter 189

5. The mailing address, e-mail address, telephone number, and Internet website uniform resource locator of the special district: 

5385 N. Nob Hill Road

Sunrise, FL 33351


6. A description of the boundaries or service area of, and the services provided by, the special district.

The District is located in Section 31, Township 53S, Range 40E, in Miami-Dade County. It is generally bounded by State Road 821/Homestead Extension of Florida’s Turnpike (HEFT) on the west, NW 25 Street on the north, Theoretical 111 Avenue on the east and NW 12 Street on the south.

Drainage system, public parking garage, ring roads and roadway improvements.

7. A listing of all taxes, fees, assessments, or charges imposed and collected by the special district, including the rates or amounts for the fiscal year and the statutory authority for the levy of the tax, fee, assessment, or charge. For purposes of this subparagraph, charges do not include patient charges by a hospital or other health care provider.

Statutory Authority:        Florida Statutes, Ch. 170.01, 190.021 and 197.3631

*Represents Fiscal Year 2023-2024

(October 1, 2023 through September 30, 2024)

8. The primary contact information for the special district for purposes of communication from the department:

Governmental Management Services – SF, LLC

5385 N. Nob Hill Road

Sunrise, FL 33351


​9. A code of ethics adopted by the special district, if applicable, and a hyperlink to generally applicable ethics provisions.

Link to Florida Commission on Ethics (CLICK HERE)

F.S. Chapter 112

F.S. Chapter 190

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