I have a question that I can't seem to find the answer to, so hopefully one of you knowledgeable folks can help! I rent a single family home in SRB and we have lived here for a year and a 1/2. Ever since we moved in, our subdivision's street has flooded with even the slightest suggestion of rain (our neighbors sprinklers create puddles at the end of our driveway). Now, when I say that it floods, I mean it literally comes up high enough to cover the tailpipes of our vehicles. The water stays for about a week every time it rains (and yes, it is currently flooded in front of my home). It is to the point that in order to get into our vehicles that we must roll up our pants and take off our shoes to get in the cars and the garbage men will not collect our trash even if we manage to get it out to the curb because of the excessive water. We have complained numerous times to our rental agency who has passed the information on to the owner. We continue to be told that it is 'being worked on' even though the problem persists, and worsens. After talking to some of my neighbors, I've found out that it seems to be a problem with the HOA because so many homes in our subdivision are in foreclosure. Apparently there are pumps in the development that need to be fixed and the collective owners are unwilling to shell out the $10,000 that is said to be needed to repair the problem. So, the question is, what kind of rights do I have as a responsible renter? I feel like we have given them more than ample opportunity to fix this persistent problem. I've reviewed the Florida Renter's handbook, but I'm not really sure where to go next. Is there an agency that handles this type of thing? Thanks in advance! FYI- We do have every intention of moving at the end of our lease, we simply cannot tolerate the problem any longer since it has gotten increasingly worse during our time here.