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Provided on this page are links to other organizations’ websites that you may find useful.


Florida Statutes (“F.S.“):

These Statutes govern the conduct of all affairs by special Districts (like Harmony CDD) within the State of Florida; from qualifying as a Supervisor, meeting notice requirements, bidding procedures and limits, to all aspects of financing public infrastructure.  The “F.S.” section most directly related to CDDs is Chapter 190, but there are several other sections (e.g., Chapters 120, 170, & 197) that deal with various aspects of District business, administration, and financing.


Florida Commission on Ethics
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The Florida Commission on Ethics serves as the guardian of the standards of conduct for officers and employees of Florida and its political subdivisions.  The Commission also investigates & issues public reports regarding complaints against public officials, as well as issues publicly binding advisory opinions interpreting the ethics laws and implements the State’s financial disclosure laws.

Department of Financial Services:

Jimmy Patronis is Chief Financial Officer for the State of Florida. His department oversees State accounting and auditing functions, monitors investment of State funds, manages risk management and deferred compensation programs for the State, and handles insurance fraud & insurance consumer services, including agent licensing. Visit this site to view Summary Reports of Budget Audits for any Quasi-Public Governmental Entity chartered in the State of Florida.

Osceola County Departments:

The Harmony CDD is located within Osceola County, so search this website for all your County-related questions and issues.  Look up properties on the Property Appraiser’s website, check your tax bill status with the Tax Collector, and find out if the County has any special events planned that might be of interest to you.  Meet your governing County officials & be informed on any aspect of County government that may be of interest to you.

Osceola County Property Appraiser:

Katrina Scarborough is the Property Appraiser for Osceola County.  The Property Appraiser determines the value of all property within the County, including improved and vacant real property, tangible personal property, and agricultural property.  The Property Appraiser is responsible for County Property Ownership Records & Parcel Ownership Maps.  For your convenience, these records are available on-line via their website.

Osceola County Tax Collector:

Bruce Vickers welcomes you to the Office of the Osceola County Tax Collector.  He says:
We are committed to providing the citizens of Osceola County, and the local and state agencies for which we collect taxes, with courteous, professional, and efficient service.”  The mission statement of his office is: “To provide superior customer service… exceeding all expectations… by creating pride and enthusiasm in the work place.”  You are invited to explore the many divisions of the website, including property taxes, licenses, vehicle tag registration, and other information.

Osceola County Supervisor of Elections:

Named after the famed Indian Chief, Osceola County was formed in 1887 by an act of legislature.  The first election was held in 1888 to determine the permanent site for the County seat.  Mary Jane Arrington is your Supervisor of Elections.  For Osceola County election results, historical records, or candidacy questions, check the information on this website; or contact Ms. Arrington’s office directly.

Toho Water Authority:

Toho is the provider of water services for Harmony, Kissimmee, Celebration, and other parts of Osceola County.  Their mission is:
To provide cost-effective & responsive service to our customers while protecting both public health and the natural environment.
Please refer to their website for information on water quality, service, or billing issues.

Orlando Utilities Commission:

OUC is the provider of electrical power services for Harmony, St Cloud, Orlando, and other unincorporated parts of Orange & Osceola counties.  Their statement:
To answer questions and resolve problems as quickly as possible, we have provided a range of options for you to reach OUC.  Via online forms, phone, or email to customer service, contact us in the way that best fits your needs.
Please refer to their website for information on power outage, service, or billing issues.


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Harmony Businesses:

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