The Florida Resiliency and Energy District (FRED) is a Chapter 163.01 entity created by Interlocal Agreement between Fernandina Beach and Lake Clarke Shores to levy and collect the voluntary, non-ad valorem special assessment through the local Tax Collector’s office. FDFC provides all administrative services and their PACE program to FRED, which allows local communities to have a turnkey platform for providing PACE to their constituents. Communities can join FRED through a Limited Consent Resolution. Once FRED has the approval of the local community to join and service agreements in place with the Tax Collector and Property Appraiser, the local community can be eligible for PACE.
Learn more about our PACE Program.
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Get more information on our FRED Board of Directors.
Interested in having your community join the Florida Resiliency and Energy District? Contact us for information to get started!
As the Florida Resiliency and Energy District continues growing we would like to keep our members up to date on the latest updates.
Serving the property owners of Florida is important to us. The guidelines established for our program administrators can be found on our Consumer Protections page.
Click here to learn more about the FDFC PACE Program and Program Administrator requirements that operate within the FRED district.