Bill Warren

Bill Warren appointed District Administrator

Water Conservation

Since 2000, water conservation efforts by the Environmental Services Department have resulted in savings of approximately 3.7 million gallons of water per day and an annual savings of 1.36 billion gallons of potable water.

Ray Maxwell

Ray Maxwell appointed District Administrator.


The District prepared the Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR) required by state legislation. In 1999, the latest plan, Comprehensive Plan 2008 was adopted. This plan incorporates the changes and recommendations listed in the EAR, as well as targets and projections for the next ten years.

The District embarked

1988 – 1991 – The District embarked on its most ambitious planning effort, culminating in adoption of a new plan in 1991. The 1991 plan was much more comprehensive and focused on the District’s future in a much broader geographic content. Since 1991, the RCID Comprehensive Plan has balanced the conflicting needs for flexibility and […]

Comprehensive Plan

The first Comprehensive Plan was prepared by the Department of Planning and Engineering to outline long-range plans for the District.

Tom Moses

Tom Moses appointed District Administrator.


Environmental monitoring laboratory created and certified for the Environmental Services Department. Constant testing and monitoring in the laboratory ensures the continuity of water quality within the district

General Joe Potter

General Joe Potter elected as President of the Board of Supervisors and appointed District Administrator.

RCID Created

On May 12, 1967, Governor Claude Kirk signed into law new legislation creating the Reedy Creek Improvement District and two municipalities within it, Bay Lake and Reedy Creek (later renamed Lake Buena Vista). Clic to view RCID Charter