The mission of the Ranger Drainage District is to implement the provisions
of Chapter 298 Florida Statute, in a manner that ensures proper storm water management within the boundaries of the district and to operate with a continued commitment to education and outreach to
its residents and landowners.
NOTICE REGARDING AMERICANS WITH DISABILITY ACT ACCESSIBILITY - This website has been updated to comply with ADA regulations
THE RANGER DRAINAGE DISTRICT WEBSITE HAS BEEN UPDATED TO ENSURE ACCESSIBILITY BY ANY DISABLED INDIVIDUAL. PLEASE CONTACT DAWN MULLINS, DISTRICT MANAGER (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone 407-568-5502) FOR ANY ACCESSIBILITY ISSUES ON THE WEBSITE. IF YOU ARE USING ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY TO ACCESS CONTENT ON THIS WEBSITE AND THE FORMAT OF ANY MATERIAL INTERFERES WITH YOUR ABILITY TO ACCESS IT, PLEASE LET US KNOW IMMEDIATELY AND WE WILL CORRECT IT.
IF YOU CONTACT US, WOULD YOU PLEASE INDICATE THE NATURE OF YOUR ACCESSIBILITY PROBLEM, THE PREFERRED FORMAT IN WHICH YOU NEED TO RECEIVE THE MATERIAL, THE WEBPAGE ADDRESS OF THE REQUESTED MATERIAL, YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION AND ANY OTHER INFORMATION THAT WOULD ALLOW US TO BETTER ASSIST YOU.
WE ARE HURRICANE READY
The Ranger Drainage Office will be closed this week
with plans to reopen on Monday, October 3.
If you have concerns, please call our office at 407-568-5502 and leave a message or send an e-mail to email@example.com Again, phone calls and e-mails will be returned once the storm has passed and it is safe to return to the area.
Ranger Drainage District implemented our Hurricane Plan on Friday (9/23/2022). All canal riser barrels, grates/catch basins have been checked and all debris removed. Canal 5 takes on most of the water from the City Area and is being drawn down to allow for extra storage. If the winds for our area are expected to be above 40 mph then staff will not report for duty. As our last project prior to the storm, we will be inspecting all grates in the City Area and The Reserve.
Please make sure the mouth of your driveway culvert pipes and the pipe itself are free from ALL debris. This is extremely important to allow the water to flow freely. Remove all items out of the swale/ditch.
Our staff works year-round to maintain the drainage system therefore we are confident that it is functioning to its full potential. However, keep in mind if a large amount of rain comes at one time there could be some delay in the water draining off, especially if the Econ River is backed up.
The 5th Annual Lake Davis Family Fishing Day Is Taking Place on
Saturday, November 5, 2022
from 10 am until 2 pm
We will continue our tradition of celebrating together at Lake Davis with family activities, fishing and fun.
Free and open to all - watch this space for more updates and
we look forward to seeing you!
RDD's General Manager Dawn Mullins announces the recipient of the
2022 CECIL DAVIS AGRI-SCIENCE award.
Leaishar Cheremond is the 2022 Recipient of the
Cecil Davis Agri-Science Outstanding Achievement Award
Congratulations Leaishar Cheremond, shown here with her Wedgefield School Principal Randall Longhouse!
According to Leaishar's science teacher Sara Cooper,
"Leaishar was a wonderful asset to the Agriscience classroom. She volunteered her time to assist with building the new chicken coop for the school, served as the FFA President for our school’s chapter as well as took on a leadership role amongst her peers. Leaishar and I discussed her future in the Ag community – she expressed how much she learned this year tending the vegetable garden at school. She is interested in continuing that education informally."
The District would like to thank the following organizations who contributed to make this award possible:
Terry Lewis ~ Lewis, Longman & Walker, P.A.
William Capko ~ Lewis, Longman & Walker, P.A.
Wilson Way ~ WC Group, LLC
Ajay Agarwal ~ Moore & Company, CPA
Tiye Goodman ~ Lawnshaper, Inc.
Brian & Barbara Cottrell ~ Public Risk Insurance Advisors
Racquel McIntosh ~ Grau & Associates
Laura Phillips Bennett ~ Bennett & Company
Debbie and Rob Goderis ~ Robert Goderis & Sons
Paul Mason, Nutrien Solutions
Charlene Minter, Premium Properties Real Estate
David & Suzanne VanWormer ~ David VanWomer, LLC
Brad Meyers ~ Leasing 2, Inc.
Wedgefield Homeowners Association
Barry Myers ~ Toshiba
Members of the
Term Expires 2023
Term Expires 2024
Steven "Mike" Nolan
Term Expires 2025
Meet Dawn Mullins
General Manager of the District
On July 1, 2015, Dawn Mullins was appointed General Manager of the Ranger Drainage District.
She has been employed with the District for 30 years. During her tenure she has served in the capacity of Receptionist, Office Manager, and Assistant Manager. Her training, expertise and knowledge are assets to the District.
To contact Dawn via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
RANGER DRAINAGE DISTRICT
DAWN R. MULLINS
RMLO/Custodian of Public Records
19950 Nugent Street
Orlando, Florida 32833
ALL permits are to be obtained from RDD prior to going to Orange County.
If you question whether your project needs a permit or not give us a call at 407-568-5502.
Some exceptions apply
Prices subject to change without notice.
Permit Requirements: Homeowners and Builders: A permit must be obtained from RDD prior to most types of construction on your property.
Permits Needed for These Changes or Additions:
Carports/ Concrete Slabs /Driveways*/ Fences (including silt fencing) / Irrigation / Room Additions/
Screen Enclosures / Sheds / Pools
*A Consent to Lien form must accompany all applications for a driveway permit. The Revised 2022 Consent to Lien form can be found here.
A chart of driveway permit costs, updated 2022, can be found here.
If you would like more information, please call the RDD office.
RDD will review each application and determine its impact on the drainage system. Final Inspections: Prior to a final approval from RDD an inspection, final survey and acknowledgement letter must be provided to the District.
To request a final inspection, please call the RDD office at 407-568-5502.
Current Assessment Rates
Assessment is $246.52 per acre, with the exception of The Reserve. Reserve Code 601R is $491.08 per acre and Reserve 602R, 603R, 606R and 607R is $728.23 per acre. Keep in mind your lot's size may be a portion of an acre.