Miromar Lakes Community Development District Miromar Lakes, FloridaMiromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club is a residential waterfront resort community, located in Miromar Lakes, FL just north of Naples located east of Interstate 75, south of Alico Road, north of florida Gulf coast University and is bisected by Ben Hill Griffin Parkway and encompasses approximately 972 acres. The primary purpose of the District is to manage and finance community development services, including capital infrastructure required for the development of the community.
The centerpiece of the community is the Miromar Lakes Beach Club, The Beach Club, is located directly on the water’s edge, offering indoor and outdoor gourmet dining, a private beachside dining room, an indoor/outdoor bar lounge, a library, billiard room, card room, 50-seat theater and business center. The Blue Water Beach Grill offers contemporary fare in an open-air setting with panoramic lake and beach views and boat docks. The European-style Spa provides a full-service beauty salon and a state-of-the-art Fitness Center. Other amenities include a 10,000 square foot infinity pool, Concierge Services, Marine Services and a Tennis Club.
The Miromar Lakes Golf Club boasts the only Arthur Hills "Signature" championship golf course in Southwest Florida and an award-winning Tuscan-inspired Golf Clubhouse. Residential choices include Beachfront Residences, Waterfront Residences, Grand Estate and Estate Homes, Luxury Villas, Full Floor Residences and Coach Homes.
The District is a form of local government that provide specific services to Miromar Lakes. The District is governed by a five (5) member Board of Supervisor's who are elected at-large by qualified elector's in the District. The District operates in a traditional form of Commission/Manager form of goverment, where the District Manager is charged with the overall responsibility for the operations of the District. In addition, the District Attorney and District Engineer round out the professional team that provide counsel and guidence to the elected Board of Supervisors.