Deep Creek is a deed-restricted community located in Southwest Florida, and is part of Charlotte County. Sandhill Boulevard divides Deep Creek into two sections: Section 20 to the north and Section 23 to the south. Each section has it's own Property Owners Association, Board of Directors, and set of deed restrictions.
Deep Creek was laid out so that all lots border open space called "greenbelts" which are maintained by the POA. Many homes are on freshwater lakes or canals. Section 20 consists of single-family homes only.
About Section 20
Section 20 has a set of governing documents, the Bylaws, Declaration of Restrictions, and Rules and Regulations, as well as being maintained under Florida Statute 720. The Board of Directors, with assistance from the Community Association Manager is responsible to conduct the Association business within these standards.
All property owners are assessed yearly for maintenance of: common areas (greenbelts and lakes), professional management and, improvements to surface drainage. Annual meetings are held for the purpose of electing Directors in October. Our Association consists of 3,909 single-family home sites.
Neighborhood Watch Meetings
September 27 at 5pm
Section 20 POA Office
Deep Creek MSBU
The MSBU Board, or Municipal Service Benefit Unit, holds quarterly meetings to discuss and plan various services, such as sidewalks, street maintenance, and drainage. These meetings are open to the public and residents are encouraged to attend.
October 25, 2021
Charlotte County Public Works Department
7000 Florida Street, Punta Gorda, FL 33950
For more information visit the County website: