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Welcome to the Enterprise CDD’s website

The purpose of this website is to enhance the services we provide to our customers. We have provided a number of resources here to help you report and resolve problems, suggest improvements and learn more about the water utilities and other activities within the Enterprise CDD.

Enterprise CDD is a Community Development District, established pursuant to Chapter 190, Florida Statutes, and is the local utility provider for the community of Celebration. For further information, please click on “What is a CDD.”

Please visit the “Community Alerts” page if you are experiencing a loss of water for no explained reason and to receive information on other emergency utility alerts for the Celebration community.

We encourage new residents to visit the Utilities page for information related to irrigation and customer service.


Odor in the Water

Posted September 11, 2014 ~ Toho Water Authority had to take the water plant off line September 10, 2014, that serves Celebration, and they have switched  plants temporarily.  This has caused a rotten egg smell due to sulfur. The repair is complete and they are in the process of running tests for DEP before they can put the plant back on line, which should be Sunday.  The smell should go away before then, but the water is safe to use in the meantime.


 Online Billing and Payment Options

You may now make online utility payments, view your billing history or usage history, and see the details of your utility account. Click here to be routed to the online billing system.

Please note, this link is best viewed with Internet Explorer in order to be able to make payments on your account.


Frequently Requested Items:


After-hours emergencies: 407-908-2399

Alternate Emergency Phone Number: 407-947-0604


If this is not an emergency but you would simply like to leave a voicemail for staff, please call 407-566-1935 and leave your name, address and phone number. We will contact you the following business morning.

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