A combination of Carleton Blunt and Robert Harris’ creativity, perseverance, and vision, the Country Club of Florida opened its door in 1956 in the hopes to provide a place for golf, friendship, and living to members of the community. However, more than just a home to golfing, the Village of Golf scenery deserves suitable tribute. From relaxing parks to a beautiful Country Club, even a place for horse stables, the Village of Golf offers our residents a true taste of Florida. The Village of Golf was incorporated by a special act of Florida legislature on May 30, 1957. A municipality built on a united passion for our community camaraderie, the Village of Golf offers the most comprehensive facilities and features.
More often than not, our visitors are impressed first by the Village of Golf’s physical assets. However, guests quickly both identify with and relate to the obvious camaraderie that exists within our community. Amongst the most notable features inside the Village of Golf is the particular aura that exists upon entrance. This special feeling is recognizable as soon as one meets our staff members or socializes with one of our residents. The Village of Golf embodies the word “community” in every aspect of its being.
A shared thirst for excellence formulates the core entities at the Village of Golf:
The Village of Golf Homeowner's Association is composed of residents of the Village. It monitors actions of the Village Council and The Country Club of Florida to make certain the interests of the homeowners are represented. Officers are elected annually and may be contacted at their individual residences with any concerns. This representation is critical to the well being of our community. The Village of Golf Homeowners’ Association gives everyone in the community a voice and a right to be heard. http://villageofgolfhomeowners.com
Resident's Home Services (RHS) is owned by Par Club and provides a range of household services. In addition to housekeeping and handyman assistance, RHS will install hurricane shutters, conduct lawn sprinkler inspections and perform mechanical/electrical maintenance and a variety of other tasks. Pressure cleaning services are available for patios, pool areas, outside windows and driveways. In the case of absentee homeowners, RHS will check homes on a regular basis and provide secure access to service providers at a homeowner's request. The facility is located in the Village and strives to provide the elevated level of service Village of Golf residents deserve.
The Country Club of Florida (CCF), a membership-owned 18-hole golf course, was redesigned in 2006 by acclaimed golf course Architect Lester George. CCF's Board of Directors and staff handle all matters relating to the Club, Dining Room, Pro Shop, and Golf Course.
Par Club of Florida, Inc. is a Florida corporation in which more than 75 residents own common stock. It holds rights of first purchase on most perperties in the Village. It also holds the common stock of RHS, having stepped in to preserve it several years ago when RHS's survival was in doubt.
Since its inception, the Par Club’s philosophy has been to support efforts to develop and enhance the community in ways that enhance the life and environment for the membership of The Country Club of Florida and residents of the Village of Golf. Par Club strives to improve the quality of life for all of those involved in the community.
In addition, the following sections are provided for informational purposes:
All dogs must be on a leash or confined to the individual property limits when outside the home. Dog owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pet(s).
If considering installing a flagpole on an individual property, a building permit must be obtained prior to installation and the Village Manager must approve flagpole location and height.
Village of Golf residents may be eligible to apply for Homestead Exemption. The State of Florida grants a standard $25,000 exemption on the assessed value of qualified residential property. An additional exemption up to $25,000 also may apply to a property. Additional information may be obtained by visiting the Palm Beach County Property Appraiser’s Office, which is located at 501 South Congress Avenue, Delray Beach. Operating hours are 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except for holidays. For more information, please call 561-276-1250.
Palm Beach County establishes property valuations for tax purposes and includes the Village values in the County Tax Rolls. The County also is the tax collection agent and collects all County and Village of Golf taxes in the same billing. Tax notices are usually received in November.
If considering purchasing a satellite dish system, the satellite must be completely screened from view and the location must be approved by the Village Manager prior to installation.
Please be advised that the property owner, the company that services the lawn sprinkler system, and/or the landscaping company must set the sprinkler clock for the required "odd or even" days and hours of operation. No watering is allowed between the hours of 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Homes with addresses ending in 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 may water lawns before 10:00 a.m and after 4:00 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. Homes with addresses ending in 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8 may water lawns before 10:00 a.m and after 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
The Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections is responsible for all governmental elections in the County and all voter registration. Voter registration applications may be obtained by contacting Palm Beach County directly at 561-355-2650. Such registration entitles the voter to vote in governmental elections at all levels, including Village elections.
The Village of Golf’s Precinct number is 4030 and the polling location is at Village Hall, 21 Country Road.