CID Board Vacancy
The CID is in need of qualified residents who wish to be considered for appointment to the Board. A Supervisor term is for four years and is normally filled by general election. Seats 1 and 5 are vacant due to resignations and the remaining term is through 11/2024.
Candidates for Board of Supervisors
Information on CIDs (CDDs) and the requirements of the Board of Supervisors are enumerated in Florida Statute 190:
Required to become a Board member:
- You must be a Qualified Elector: at least 18 years old, a citizen of the United States, a permanent legal resident of Florida, registered to vote in Collier County, and a resident in the Port of the Islands Community Improvement District.
Desired in a Board member:
- The Board requests any interested Qualified Electors to submit a brief (one page) written statement of interest outlining pertinent experience and/or history. Previous experience with contracts, contractor management, government, construction, landscaping, or stormwater system maintenance is highly sought.
Interested applicants can reach out to any current Board of Supervisors member either in person, or via the contacts page of the CID Website, or through the District’s Manager Calvin Teague:
Calvin Teague, District Manager
239-690-7100 ext 101
The Board of Supervisors
Port of the Islands CID