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Sunday, 22 October 2017

 

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WELCOME TO SAINT LUCIE WEST: THE PLACE WE CALL HOME!

On behalf of the Board of Supervisors and the management and employees, we welcome you to the SLWSD.ORG website.

St. Lucie West Services District is a legal entity and public body created pursuant to Chapter 190, Florida Statutes organized as a Community Development District (CDD) within the boundaries of the City of Port St. Lucie. The District serves approximately 7,000 customer properties with a population of about 20,000 in the City of Port St. Lucie in St. Lucie County.

We are proud to announce that the District is embarking on a redesign of the SLWSD.org website to embrace the Accessibilty standards as outlined in the Americans Disability Act - Section 508 and the WCAG 2.0 Accessibilty Compliance standards. As such, we have installed a comprehensive screen reader for the visually impared, providing the ability for the user to adjust the font size, change to a dyslexic font, provide a skip-ahead facility, and also provide for 3 high contrast settings. Full support for access keys is available, so that users can control reading using their keyboard following the WCAG specification.

Shortly, we will be posting a plan showing the steps that we have taken and also will take to develop the Accessibilty Standards together with a time table for implementation.  Documentation for the screen reader is in the new Web Accessibilty Statement section which is available under the Home tab on all web pages or by clicking the link above.

  

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Articles of Interest

Basin 4E-5 Canal ...
This new canal interconnect project is being constructed between the existing Basin 4Elake located north of the Lowes Improvement Center, and the existing Basin 5 ...
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Lake Harvey Project
The Lake Harvey project is 12.45 acres in size and is located at the Northwest corner of St LucieWest Boulevard and NW Cashmere Boulevard. The project site was ...
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Rainfall Water Chart
  You may wish to carefully examine the rainfall water chart.  As you can see as of September 2017 we received 11.90 inches of rain.  Last ...
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After negotiations between Martin Health, the city of Port St. Lucie and the Services District, Martin agreed to sell almost 12.5 acres for an eco-park containing a ...
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What We Do . . .
  The St. Lucie West Services District is a community development district established in 1990 by rule of the Florida Land and Water Adjudicatory Commission, and ...
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Cross Connection ...
One of our most precious natural resources is our drinking water. We can survive for up to a month without food but only around a week without water1. Our water ...
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Infrastructure ...
  Storm water seems to magically disappear from the roads in St. Lucie West.  But it's not magic - it's infrastructure.  Turning on a faucet in, say, ...
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Boil Water Alerts

Notices will appear here as issued

If a "Boil Water Alert" is issued, this area is reserved  to notify you that a "Boil Water Alert" notice has been issued for your area.

When this happens full details will follow.  Additionally, if you have signed up for an account, you will also be notified by an official e-mail.

MEET THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS (Alphabetical Order)

About the Hurricane Season!

Keep you & your family safe

Hurricane Storm Warning Graphic

 We had a lot of luck last year whereby the Treasure Coast sailed through the hurricane season without incident.  Don't rely on luck!  If you have not started your preparation plans this is a reminder that the 2017 Hurricane season stated on June 1st and will end at the end of November.

Treasure Coast Connector

Extended Hours M-S

Treasure Coast Connector Bus

The Treasure Coast Connector has several fixed routes that run through Port St. Lucie.  Namely routes 1, 2, and 3 and connects to other routes along the way.  To find out about extended hours and other information, please CLICK HERE.

Irrigation Rule Change

Drought Water Conditions
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Effective June 12, 2017 customers will receive irrigation twice a week.