US 41 Improvement Project

Master Irrigation System of Improvement Presentation meeting
March 5, 2024 at 1:00 PM located at 19995 Preto Boulevard (Public Safety Building)

Public Outreach Meeting presenting proposed irrigation rate study meeting
March 21, 2024 at 1:00 Irrigation Rate Study Public Presentation 1:00 PM located at 19995 Preto Boulevard (Public Safety Building)

Irrigation Rate Study Update Presentation 10.12.23 (PDF) (RTF)

The City of North Port together with Sarasota County will be hosting three Open houses and a virtual zoom meeting to share the new coastal risk flood maps that will be effective on March 27, 2024 with the residents and help answer any questions.The Open houses are not in the form of a presentation.  Instead , residents can walk in anytime during the event and talk one-on-one with staff who can look up the flood map changes and answer questions.

Open house dates:
Monday February 12, 2024; 8 am till 1 pm – Venice Community Center
Wednesday February 14, 2024; 4 pm till 7 pm – Fruitville Library
Wednesday February 28, 2024; 4 pm till 7 pm – Francis T Bourne Library
Wednesday March 13, Virtual Zoom meeting – Zoom ID 832 9202 7798

The North Port March 27, 2024 FIRMs have been loaded onto the Cities website that can be accessed through the City of North Port web page.

On the City website https://www.northportfl.gov/Home search with the words “FEMA Flood Map Updates” to access the following  page  https://www.northportfl.gov/City-Services-and-Safety/Public-Works/Flood-Information/FEMA-Flood-Map-Updates.

This page will provide instructions and the following active link to the flood web application https://npgis.northportfl.gov/cnpportal/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=54ea85f422a048b1bdd9fd672eb3bedd The major North Port areas with changes include the following: Areas West of Myakka River, Portions of Gran Paradiso, The Preserve, Renaissance, Oasis, Lake Geraldine, Portions of Wellen Park (aka West Villages), Myakka State Forest. For any questions, please contact the City of North Port.

West VIllages

About the District

The West Villages Improvement District (WVID) was created in 2004 by a Special Act of the Florida Legislature, pursuant to and under Chapter 189, Florida Statutes. The WVID is a limited, single and specialized purpose local government, whose purpose is to assure timely, cost-effective and high-quality and implementation of infrastructure for the district.

The WVID has the authority to plan, finance, construct, operate and maintain public infrastructure within Wellen Park. The district currently spans 12,444 acres within the city of North Port and unincorporated Sarasota County. Residential neighborhoods, commercial centers and the Atlanta Braves’ spring training stadium are all located within the district boundaries, as is the soon-to-be completed Downtown Wellen.

The WVID is governed by a five-member Board of Supervisors, who are elected to a term of four years. The District has the authority to borrow money, issue bonds and levy and impose special assessments, user fees and charges.