Welcome to the Cheval West Community Development District website. Cheval West is 24-hour patrolled, gated community in the northwestern section of Hillsborough County. The neighborhood has three gates, staffed 24 hours, giving residents access from the north, south, and east. The nature preserve located on the western boundary of Cheval West provides a beautiful, natural setting filled with wildlife, and walking trails, the residents can enjoy. Additionally, the nearby Upper Tampa Bay Trail provides a great opportunity to exercise and enjoy nature.
The District encompasses approximately 1,149 acres with frontage on Lutz Lake Fern Road and is bisected by the Suncoast Parkway in Hillsborough County, Florida. Within its boundary are 773 residential units and the beautiful TPC Tampa Bay Tampa Golf Course.
Relationship with Homeowner's Association
The community is managed and maintained by two separate and distinct entities: This District and the Cheval West Community Association, Inc. (CWCA). Generally speaking, the District administers and maintains the infrastructure as described elsewhere in this site, and includes roads, sidewalks, irrigation, and access control. The CWCA is the community's homeowners association, and it manages and enforces the elements contained in its Modified and Restated Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions, including Exhibit "B" (Protective Land Use Standards"), commonly called "deed restrictions" or "covenants".
The CWCA, not the District, issues fines for violations of its respective governing documents. Similarly, the CWCA administers its architectural review process. Persons wishing to learn more or to access these documents may do so through the CWCA's member portal provided by its management company Greenacre Properties, Inc. Links to both the management company's website and the aforementioned member portal is included on the external links page of this site.
The District provides the administration, operations and maintenance, storm water management, common grounds landscaping, and community services.
This website is funded on behalf of the District to serve two major purposes. The first is to comply with Chapter 189.069 of the Florida Statutes, which requires each special district to maintain an official website. The second is an ongoing effort to help educate the general public, including residents, about the services provided by the District, and to highlight the other agencies involved in the day-to-day operations of the community.