News & Events
The consultant focused on four major streets in Belle Isle: Hoffner Avenue, Nela Avenue, Daetwyler Road, and Judge Road. Preliminary plans have been developed for better traffic control and circulation. The City and its consultant would like residents over the next two weeks (posted 8/28) to review these plans on our website or come to City Hall to review them and provide feedback. These are extremely large plans, so if you cannot view them on our website (www.cityofbelleislefl.org) (under the City News-Banner), then they are on display in City Hall for the next two weeks.
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME IS HERE!
Mandatory lawn watering restrictions specify the days you may water.
PLEASE VISIT http://www.sjrwmd.com/wateringrestrictions/ FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Water only when needed; not between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Water for no more than one hour per zone.
Restrictions apply to water from private wells and pumps, ground or surface water and water from public and private utilities.
Use of micro-irrigation.
Use of a hand-held hose with a spray nozzle.
Installation of new landscaping.
Watering in of chemicals and fertilizers.
Use of reclaimed water.
Daylight Savings Time
Second Sunday in March to first Sunday in November
Homes without an address/with addresses that end in an odd number: Wednesday/Saturday
Homes with addresses that end in an even number: Thursday/Sunday
Nonresidential Properties: Tuesday/Friday
Eastern Standard Time
First Sunday in November to second Sunday in March
Homes without an address/with addresses that end in an odd number: Saturday
Homes with addresses that end in an even number: Sunday
Nonresidential Properties: Tuesday
For the benefit of all homeowners, here are important issues and rules that everyone needs to know:
1. We do not own the land at the water’s edge. Follow the fence line on the west side between the pavilion and the lake, then from the end of the fence, straight to the end of the lot, it shows what we do NOT own. None of our lake lot touches the water!
2. We have a LICENSE to use that property as a walkway to and from the boat ramp. This is a license, not an easement. There is a very big difference legally between the two.
3. We do not have swimming privileges.
4. We are not allowed to move sand from the lake to the edge of the water to create a “beach” regardless of the size.
5. We are not allowed to remove vegetation from the lake. There are specific regulations against clearing and/or pruning of trees and undergrowth.
6. We are not allowed to put up bouncy houses or any structure on the owner's property.
7. We cannot dock our boats at the lake’s edge, except to return the trailer to our home or pick it up upon returning.
8. We are not allowed to invite friends to come park their boats at the lake lot, short time or long term.
9. The owners of the property have no problem with children fishing from the lake’s edge.
We do believe the owners are willing to work with us but be VERY aware that potentially, every person that visits has a camera on them to support their claims.
If YOU care about your property values, about living in Lake Conway Shores, enjoy our privileges at the lake, watch your neighbors and do not be afraid to tell anyone you see to, STOP, if they are doing anything against the rules.
Please remember to always lock the lake lot gate behind you.
We have had several reports of truck/trailer parking in the lake lot. Please do not
park in the lake lot. Parking in the lake lot makes it difficult for others to launch
As the lake water warms up, please
make sure to take precautions against Amoeba.
Please remember to wear nose and earplugs,
to prevent these from entering through
your ear canal and nasal passages.
CDC Information on Naegleria fowleri - Fact Sheet
If you have time to spare and would like to
volunteer to help with the entrance island
landscaping please contact an officer. Please
check your directory for contact information.
Please remember the speed
the limit in Lake Conway Shores
is 25 mph and is strictly
enforced by Belle Isle.
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