Welcome to the Bluewater Bay MSBU Website

The purpose of the Bluewater Bay Municipal Services Benefit Unit (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 rightt of way improvements, landscape, repair & maintenance of irrigation systems, signage upkeep including lighting and streetlights. An elected Board oversees the MSBU

MSBU Board of Directors Meeting

6:00 PM on Tuesday July 11th, 2017

Conference Room at Bluewater Association Management Services

4400 Hwy. 20 Suite 311, Niceville FL 32578

 Laurel Wilt Found in Bluewater Bay

Trees infected with Laurel Wilt have been found in Bluewater Bay. These trees have been infested with an Ambrosia Beetle which attacks the tree and causes it to die. If you find trees infected in your yard, it is important not to move the trees outside of the area which could spread the disease to other parts of the county. For more information visit freshfromflorida.com or contact Okaloosa County Extension Agent, Sheila Dunning, 850-689-5850, for information on the proper removal of the trees.

Click here to see Forest and Shade Tree Pest Descriptions






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.


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.