Reminder Regarding Blowing Debris into Lakes & Fishing within District Lakes

Blowing Debris into Lakes

I hope this message finds you well. As we enter the summer season, many of us are preparing to beautify our properties with the help of landscaping services. While enhancing the aesthetics of our community is important, it’s equally crucial to ensure that our actions do not harm the environment, particularly our lakes.

One concerning issue that has come to our attention is the inadvertent blowing of clippings and other debris into the water by landscapers. This can lead to pollution, nutrient imbalances, and harm to aquatic life.

Therefore, I kindly urge each homeowner to communicate with their respective landscaping services and remind them of the importance of avoiding the blowing of clippings and debris into the lakes. Instead, they should collect and dispose of such waste responsibly, ensuring it does not find its way into our water bodies.


Fishing within District Lakes

Fort Bend County Levee Improvement District No. 14 has implemented strict regulations prohibiting fishing within the District’s lakes. Residents are urged to refrain from engaging in fishing activities within the area.

In case of any sightings of unauthorized fishing, residents are encouraged to promptly contact the City of Sugar Land Police Department at 281.275.2525 to report the activity. This proactive approach ensures the enforcement of the no-fishing policy, safeguarding the environment and promoting the sustainability of Fort Bend LID 14 for future generations to enjoy.


Let’s work together to maintain the beauty and sustainability of our environment for generations to come. Thank you for your attention to these matters.

Avalon Board of Directors.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *