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2019 Water Fluoridation Quality Award

“We are excited about this recognition and more importantly, the opportunity to provide YOU the safest, healthiest, most aesthetically pleasing and cost-effective water available,” said Director of Operations David McIntosh.

In 2016, we received a grant to upgrade our fluoride storage, metering and monitoring resources. After this upgrade was implemented, we witnessed an even higher level of control of our fluoride dosing regimen.

This award was bestowed to us in 2019 but due to COVID, the announcement was delayed until this month.

The CDC named community water fluoridation as one of the 10 greatest public health achievements of the 20th century. Community water fluoridation is recommended by nearly all public health, medical and dental organizations. In addition to the above-mentioned agencies, fluoridation is also recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics, US Public Health Service and the World Health Organization.

Letter of Fluoride Award PDF | RTF

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Out of more than 1,800 Special Districts, Coral Springs Improvement District Recognized as District of the Year

On Wednesday, June 15, the Florida Association of Special Districts honored the Coral Springs Improvement District with the District of the Year award at their 2022 annual conference.

“We are proud to achieve this distinction,” said Director of Operations David McIntosh. “Our staff is dedicated to providing excellence throughout our operations and this award validates our efforts to be the best special purpose government in Broward County and Florida.”

According to FASD, “This award is presented to a district which works in a team effort to achieve and surpass all priority goals while staying within budget guidelines and meeting or exceeding expectations.”

CSID’s water production and distribution, wastewater collection and treatment, and stormwater departments are committed to providing the highest levels of customer service possible. CSID is also committed to developing and exchanging innovative ways to improve service.

Some of the ways CSID provides operational and customer service excellence to the last drop are through transparency and communications, 24-hour efficiency and responsiveness, back up equipment to prevent boil water notices, reverse osmosis membrane purification, employee accountability, integrating new automatic meter reading (AMR) technology for enhanced meter reading, and maximizing water conservation.

There are more than 1,800 independent and dependent special districts in the state of Florida, governed by more than 30 statutes, providing state and local government oversight. Special districts are local governments created by the Legislature or general-purpose local governments to deliver specialized services essential to their health, safety, economy and well-being.

CSID has been recognized by various professional organizations dedicated to water management including the Safety Award by the Florida Association of Special Districts in 2021, the Most Improved Water Plant in 2016 and 2021 by the Florida Section of the American Water Works Association, and as Plant of the Year in 2019 and the Operator of the Year in 2018 by the Southeast Desalting Association.

 

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Established in 1970, CSID has provided the lowest utility rates (first 3,000 gallons of water are included in the rate) in the city and region, as well as award-winning water and customer service for more than 50 years. Last year, the Florida legislature passed a bill that will place a ballot question before registered voters in the 33071 ZIP code on November 8, 2022. CSID encourages customers who are not registered to vote to register and all registered voters to exercise their right to vote. Please view this video for more information.

Photo with the FASD District of the Year Award Pictured Left to right: FASD President Jim Millican, CSID President Board of Supervisors Dr. Martin Shank, Director of Operations David McIntosh, CSID Vice President Board of Supervisors Len Okyn, CSID District Manager Kenneth Cassel, FASD Executive Director David Ramba

Left to right: FASD President Jim Millican, CSID President Board of Supervisors Dr. Martin Shank, Director of Operations David McIntosh, CSID Vice President Board of Supervisors Len Okyn, CSID District Manager Kenneth Cassel, FASD Executive Director David Ramba

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Board of Supervisors

Dr. Martin Shank
President of the Board of Supervisors
email: dr.martinshank@gmail.com

c/o Inframark
210 N. University Drive, Suite 702,
Coral Springs, FL 33071

Elected June 2019
Term: 4 years


Len Okyn
Vice President board of Supervisors
email: lenokyn@mindspring.com

c/o Inframark
210 N. University Drive, Suite 702,
Coral Springs, FL 33071

Elected June 2019
Term: 4 years


Chuck Sierra
Secretary Board of Supervisors
email: chucksierracsid@gmail.com

c/o Inframark
210 N. University Drive, Suite 702,
Coral Springs, FL 33071

Elected December 2019
Term: 4 years

We are located at 10300 NW 11th Manor in the Maplewood Section of the city. Going North or South on University Drive, go to Ramblewood Drive (Sam’s Club, Burger King on corner) and turn West. Proceed to 11th Manor, (the first street past the elementary school), and turn left (South). Go to the end of the street and stop at the Security Gate. There is a 24 hour payment drop box located on the left side of the gate.