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  • 09 Nov 2015 9:35 AM | Anonymous

    November 9, 2015 - UPDATE: Lake Alert for the Western Lobe of Lake Ivanhoe has been LIFTED

    The Lake Alert for the Western Lobe of Lake Ivanhoe has been lifted. Resume normal activities on the lake.

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    October 23, 2015 - LAKE ALERT ISSUED FOR THE WESTERN LOBE OF LAKE IVANHOE

    To address citizen concerns related to water quality, the Stormwater Section has developed a public information system, "Lake Alert," to provide seasonal and localized warnings (and updates) for City of Orlando lakes. An announcement has been provided below regarding the lake where water quality has been a concern.

    Type of water pollution or concern: Fish Kill

    Location: Western lobe of Lake Ivanhoe bounded by Ivanhoe Blvd., Shady Ln. and Poinsettia Ave. The fish kill is confined to the western lobe. We will continue to monitor the other parts of Lake Ivanhoe, and issue an additional lake alert if needed.

    Cause: It is uncertain at this point what caused the fish kill.

    City Response: City Stormwater personnel are removing dead fish from water and conducting additional water quality tests. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission is helping to investigate the possible causes.

    Caution: We recommend that you refrain from using the western lobe of the lake for recreational activities until further notice.

    Public Notification – Please continue to call the Lake Alert number, 407.246.2220, for the most up-to-date information regarding your lake. The City's Lake Alert website, www.cityoforlando.net/lakealert will also have the latest information.

    For lake inquiries, please contact Lisa Rain, Stormwater Public Awareness Specialist, at lisa.rain@cityoforlando.net. For water quality questions, please contact Lisa Lotti, Stormwater Compliance Program Manager, at lisa.lotti@cityoforlando.net.


  • 05 Nov 2015 2:30 PM | Anonymous
    Sound barrier wall now going up in College Park



    Michael Freeman

    College Park Forum Editor


  • 04 Nov 2015 10:27 AM | Anonymous
    CPNA November Meeting: Creating Layers of Home Security


    by David Karch on November 3, 

    2015 in College Park Neighborhood Association, Consider This

  • 04 Nov 2015 10:20 AM | Anonymous

    CPNA hosts a crime prevention panel


    Michael Freeman

    College Park Forum Editor


  • 02 Nov 2015 4:18 PM | Anonymous
    Former Bishop Moore/UCF player wins World Series


    Alicia DelGallo

    Orlando Sentinel

  • 23 Oct 2015 2:09 PM | Anonymous
    October 23, 2015 - LAKE ALERT ISSUED FOR THE WESTERN LOBE OF LAKE IVANHOE

    To address citizen concerns related to water quality, the Stormwater Section has developed a public information system, "Lake Alert," to provide seasonal and localized warnings (and updates) for City of Orlando lakes. An announcement has been provided below regarding the lake where water quality has been a concern.

    Type of water pollution or concern:  Fish Kill

    Location: Western lobe of Lake Ivanhoe bounded by Ivanhoe Blvd., Shady Ln. and Poinsettia Ave.  The fish kill is confined to the western lobe.  We will continue to monitor the other parts of Lake Ivanhoe, and issue an additional lake alert if needed.

    Cause:  It is uncertain at this point what caused the fish kill.

    City Response:  City Stormwater personnel are removing dead fish from water and conducting additional water quality tests.  The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission is helping to investigate the possible causes.

    Caution:  We recommend that you refrain from using the western lobe of the lake for recreational activities until further notice.

    Public Notification – Please continue to call the Lake Alert number, 407.246.2220, for the most up-to-date information regarding your lake.  The City's Lake Alert website,www.cityoforlando.net/lakealert will also have the latest information.

    For lake inquiries, please contact Lisa Rain, Stormwater Public Awareness Specialist, at lisa.rain@cityoforlando.net.  For water quality questions, please contact Lisa Lotti, Stormwater Compliance Program Manager, at lisa.lotti@cityoforlando.net.



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