Lake Fischer Estates Homeowner Association

Community in Gotha, Florida.

Lake Fischer Estates is part of historic Gotha that was settled in the mid 1800’s by a group of German families that relocated here from the Mid-west. Known for it’s pristine beauty, plants and wildlife, bountiful soil and weather conditions, Lake Fischer was an ideal location for the cultivation of citrus trees and ornamental plants. Florida’s first agricultural experimental station, the Nehrling Gardens, of which five acres and Dr. Nehrling’s home remain on the south end of Lake Fischer, was the birthplace of Florida’s multi-billion-dollar ornamental plant industry.

The site of Lake Fischer Estates remained an active citrus grove, one parcel of which was that of the pioneer Fischer family from which the lake takes its name, until the time of its development in 1997. The beautiful spring-fed lake has no public access and is shared by Lake Fischer Estates, long time Gotha residents to the east, Camp Ithel (a facility of the United Brethren Church) to the south and a conservation area on the west adjoining the expressway connector.

Today, Lake Fischer Estates continues the historic tradition of a friendly community of neighbors with a peaceful, relaxed way of life enjoying the beauty of lush landscaping, security of a gated community and pride of ownership of well kept homes and lawns.

Yard of the Month

Yard of the Month

9013 Lake Fischer Boulevard

Community Info

The Homeowner’s and Architectural Review Board (ARB) meetings will be held either at The Gotha Community Center (9561 Gotha Road, just past the freeway overpass on the right coming from Gotha Middle School) or Camp Ithiel (2037 Hempel Ave, directly across from the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses).

The meetings normally are held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month with the ARB Meeting starting at 6:30 pm and the Homeowner’s meeting starting at 7:00 pm.

Please check the notice board at the gate for updated meeting location and time.

ARB meetings will be held on every third Tuesday of the month, even if there is no Homeowners’ meeting. These meetings will start at 6:30 pm. You may bring in or discuss any proposals at this time, or send an application in by mail or through our contact form.

The elected board members for 2023

  • Gina Nunez-Warden, President
  • Anika Scott, Vice President
  • Ana Maria Hofer, Secretary
  • Sammy Khandasammy, Treasurer
  • Kelly Pettis – Director at Large

Street parking is prohibited between the hours of 1AM and 6 AM, daily.

Parking Enforcement Network (PEN) is the community towing operator.  PEN is committed to an aggressive towing operation and is authorized to tow any and all vehicles parked within the subdivision streets within the prohibited hours without further notice or direction from the Association. Violators’ vehicles will be towed and/or disconnected from a towing apparatus at the violator’s sole expense. Please advise all persons residing within your home and guests of these on street parking rules. PEN’s signage will be posted at the entry of our subdivision. If your vehicle is towed, you will need to contact the number for PEN posted on the sign to make arrangements for retrieving your vehicle from the tow yard.

Next to the main entrance gates are two smaller gates for use when walking; these are equipped with numeric key pads so that homeowners no longer need a key to open. Make sure to clear the memory first with the lower right button before keying in the code. Please use a side gate instead of main gate whenever possible.

Someone is at the gate, and they call your home phone number, so you press “9” to open the gate for them. But what if it is someone you don’t know? Then press * to disconnect. Just hanging up the phone will not properly disconnect and keep the phone line active and unusable.

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