The Water Utility Fund, created by Ordinance # 111, adopted August 20, 1997, accounts for maintaining the water distribution system's financial operations. The water provided to the is purchased in bulk from the Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Authority (WASD). The Village of Indian Creek distributes and sells the water to the individual property owners and Indian Creek Country Club. The water rate includes a surcharge to pay for all costs associated with the operation and maintenance of the system, including but not limited to the purchase of water, billing, meter reading, maintaining the distribution, transmission lines and depreciation, and other administrative services. Water Utility Invoices are processed quarterly for residential buildings and monthly for commercial buildings.
A septic tank system serves as an on-site wastewater treatment system. The islands’ conversion from septic-to-sewer will occur by 2022.
Miami-Dade County regulates septage haulers. Call Industrial Facilities at 305-372-6600 for an updated list of permitted haulers.
Additionally, the Florida Department of Health regulates the construction, modification, and operation of all septic tanks. For more information, call the Department of Health at 305-623-3500.
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