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  • Citrus Springs Civic Association -
    Meets the 3rd Thursday of the month, 7:00 pm
    Meetings are at the Citrus Springs Community Center
     (1570 W. Citrus Springs Blvd. )


    Next Meeting MAY 19th - 7:00pm

    Guest speaker will be Chuck Kanehl, Candidate for the position of the Citrus County Sheriff.
    The Agenda will include the most current information on repaving the ROCKY roads of Citrus Springs. Find out about our road survey and analysis.

    Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend this important meeting.Come one, come all and join together to help make Citrus Springs the best community on Floridas Nature Coast. Together we can make things happen. New members, ideas and volunteers are appreciated and always needed.

    Please bring some canned goods to help supply our local food banks.

    April 29, 2016 PRESS RELEASE From Roy Goyette, Director of Communications, Citrus Springs Civic Association


    Steven Burch was the guest speaker at the April Citrus Springs Civic Association Meeting.

    Mr. Burch is a candidate for the position of Citrus County Sherriff. Mr. Burch spoke at length about his years of law enforcement experience, his education achievements and his numerous accomplishments. He answered in detail questions from the residents about issues such as Deputies taking home their patrol vehicles, the recent change in guidelines concerning possession of small amounts of marijuana and discussed his thoughts on why more careful attention needed to be paid to the budget process. He questioned the need for the Sherriffs Office to own and operate such an expensive helicopter and that by reducing unnecessary costs that deputy pay could be increased to provide a much needed equitable level commensurate with similar counties. That will increase moral, retention of officers and reduce costs concerning constant hiring and training of new officers.
    This was the second of a planned series of community meetings that candidates for the office of Citrus County Sheriff and other public offices have a chance to meet with residents to discuss their plans, ideas and to address concerns.

    The monthly meeting continued with a major discussion about the failure of the BOCC to offer up and to implement any real plan to begin the funding of a major road resurfacing program that is devastating the county and specifically the community of Citrus Springs.

    A survey was taken at the meeting about the road issue and the results will be revealed at the May 19th Civic Association meeting.

    April 26, 2016 PRESS RELEASE From Roy Goyette, Director of Communications, Citrus Springs Civic Association


  • The Future of Citrus Springs subcommittee - Any interested citizens are also very welcome and encouraged to attend The Future of Citrus Springs subcommittee workshops and meetings, which meet at the Community Center. 
    Extensive Report from the Future of Citrus Springs Committee and subcommittees to the Citrus Springs Civic Association, dated December 15, 2015 (view and/or download 68.6 MB file in PDF format)

  • April 28, 2016 Go For The GOLD Casino Cruise was a Great Success

    The Go For The Gold Casino Cruise sponsored by the Citrus Springs Civic Association was a complete success. The record breaking crowd was whisked to and from the beautiful Victory Cruise ship in Port Canaveral via a luxury bus with Captain John at the wheel. Along the way the very happy and social participants were treated to beverages and snacks by The Citrus Springs Director of Events, Mrs. Eleanor Fowler.

    Once arriving at the port, the staff welcomed and assisted everyone in getting aboard and making certain that everyone was familiar with the ship. Once aboard and the ship reached its offshore destination the gambling begun. You name the game and it was available from slots to roulette. The sounds of laughter and winning machines echoed thought the ship.

    The ship has a terrific dining area where everyone was able to enjoy a sumptuous buffet serving a wide variety of favorites including fall of the bone ribs, salads, desserts and beverages. There was even a space on deck for anyone that wished to just relax in the sun with the ships staff attending to every need.

    When the bus arrived back in Citrus Springs many new friendships had formed and happy faces were seen with lots of folks commented on what a great time they had, that it was a day well spent and that they couldnt wait for another cruise.

    May 2, 2016 PRESS RELEASE From Roy Goyette, Director of Communications, Citrus Springs Civic Association

  • The Citrus Springs Civic Association held the Pancake Breakfast With The Easter Bunny event on March 19th.

    More photos available on our Facebook page.

    Thank you to all who donated to Breakfast with the Bunny and Easter Egg Hunt, your donations went a long way in making it a Fun Time for all the children that attended. Many thanks,

    March 19, 2016 Submitted by Citrus Springs Civic Association Easter Committee


    The Citrus Springs Civic Association Board of Directors are pleased to announce that they have recently joined The Citrus County Chamber of Commerce.

    It is the strong belief that efforts of the Civic Association combined with the Citrus Chamber of Commerce will produce great ideas to help define and develop a decisive plan to promote the community in a positive and beneficial manor.

    Photo by Citrus County Chamber of Commerce (click photo to view larger image in new window)

    From left to right;
    Jennifer Duca, Chamber of Commerce
    Lisa Nash, Chamber of Commerce
    Lillian Smith, Chamber of Commerce
    Arnold Virgilo, Chamber of Commerce
    Mike Cooper, President, Civic Association
    Otis Brown, Treasurer, Civic Association
    Roy Goyette, Director of Communications, Civic Association
    John Schempf, Director of Membership, Civic Association
    Henry Burkard, Vice President, Civic Association
    Mary Pericht, Chamber of Commerce

    March 22, 2016 PRESS RELEASE From Roy Goyette, Director of Communications, Citrus Springs Civic Association


    Thank you to everyone that have already paid their 2016 Citrus Springs Civic Association Dues.
    If you have not already paid, please join today. By supporting the CSCA, you are showing your support of Citrus Springs.

    Membership in the Citrus Springs Civic Association Pay by Check
    Please join us and send $15.00 per household with the attached Membership Form to:

      Citrus Springs Civic Assoc.
      PO Box 1387
      Dunnellon, FL 34430

    Membership in the Citrus Springs Civic Association Pay by Credit Card or PayPal
    Send an EMail to with the following info:

    1. Names of those in your household that are 18 or over.

    2. Phone Number

    3. Local Address (include Mailing address if different)

    4. Which one of the following applies?
      a. New Member
      b. Renewal
      c. Past Member

    Once your EMail is received, a Pay Pal invoice for $15.00 will be EMailed to you. You can then pay the Invoice with either a Credit Card or with Pay Pal.

  • Going away? If so, Citrus Springs Surveillance provides a Watch Service, follow the link below.

  • EMail List
    Citrus Springs Civic Association maintains an EMail list for sending out Citrus Springs Civic Association announcements, Citrus Springs Library announcements, and certain information regarding County, and local events & meetings . If you would like to be on this EMail List, send an EMail to and request to be added to the list.
  • The monthly MSBU Meeting will be held as follows:
    Meets the 1st Wednesday of the month, at 9:00 a.m. at the
    Citrus Springs Community Center (1570 W. Citrus Springs Blvd)


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