Welcome to the Bluewater Bay

Municipal Services Benefit Unit Website.

 The purpose of the MSBU is to supplement various community services provided by Okaloosa County and the State of Florida.  The 2004 MSBU Ordinance, adopted by residents, established an annual tax assessment on each parcel.  Services include right of way improvements, landscape, repair & maintenance of irrigation systems, signage upkeep including lighting and streetlights.  An elected Board oversees the MSBU.

 

 

 ANNOUNCEMENTS

To view and print the 2014 Landscape RFP please click the link below 

REQUEST FOR 2014 SUPPLEMENTAL LANDSCAPE PROPOSAL

To view the Bluewater Bay street light map please use link below

BLUEWATER BAY STREET LIGHT MAP

 

Construction crews will resume paving work on State Road (S.R.) 20 on Thursday, May 29 beginning at the Mid Bay Connector in Okaloosa County and continuing eastbound on S.R. 20 toward Walton County. Motorists can expect lane restrictions Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. with flagmen directing traffic.   

All planned construction activities are weather dependent and may be re-scheduled in the event of inclement weather. For more information regarding the Florida Department of Transportation District Three.

MISSION

The mission of the Bluewater Bay MSBU is to preserve and enhance the quality of life of its residents; to preserve and enhance property values along with the natural environment; and to effectively manage the MSBU’s mission in a cost-effective manner.

 

VISION

The vision of Bluewater Bay MSBU is to maintain Bluewater Bay as an outstanding residential community.  Promote a strong sense of community and enrich the quality of life for its members; ensure that the community is attractive, well-maintained and safe; provide safe and attractive roads, sidewalks and park like areas for residents to enjoy.

Contribute positively to the members’ investment in Bluewater Bay by preserving property values while insuring the guiding principles result in the pursuit of excellence.

 

Check the projects page for updates on current work in the area.