Frequently Asked Questions

Who is allowed to fish at the lake?

Only Bristol Lake residents and their guests.

How do I get a fishing identifier? 

All resident households of Bristol Lake Neighborhood get one lanyard that identifies to the Neighborhood Patrol you have fishing rights to the lake. Residents may purchase additional lanyards for their guests. Please message us through the Contact Us page to set up a delivery.

How do I get a pool key fob?

Please contact Towne Properties.

Can we have our own pools in our yards?

In-ground pools with HOA Improvement Applications submitted may be approved, above ground pools more than 12" are not permitted. If you wish to set up a temporary pool  please submit a HOA Improvement Application for approval to Towne Properties.

I want to change my fence, does this need approval?

Yes, our Bristol Lake Covenants outline the types of fences approved for the neighborhood, you'll need to submit a HOA Improvement Application to Towne Properties.

I want a shed for my backyard, does this need approval?

Yes, our Storage Addition amendment to the Bristol Lake Covenants allowed for certain approved sheds, our Shed Guidelines document has additional details. Submit your HOA Improvement Application to Towne Properties.

I want to build a deck, does this need approval?

Yes, you'll need to submit a HOA Improvement Application to Towne Properties, don't forget to file your permit with the county if the deck is to be attached to the house.

I own a boat and a camper, can I park it in my driveway or on the street?

That's awesome! For the weekend you are preparing your camper or boat, you are welcome to have it in your driveway or parked on correct side of street in front of your house, but you may not leave it parked long term.

I want to add a privacy fence attached to my house is this allowed?

Yes, with some guidelines that can be found in our Bristol Lake Covenants, please submit your HOA Improvement Application to Towne Properties.

How do I get involved in the HOA Board of Trustees?

We welcome your interest! Please contact us here.

What kind of community events does Bristol Lake host?

It's possible our annual events may include: in the spring- Easter Egg Hunt, Yard Sale Days, Community Clean Up day; in the summer- Pool Opening Kick Off Party, Summer Festival Block Party, Movie Nights in the Park, Adult Swim Nights; in the fall-Yard Sale Days, Fall Festival.

I want to help with community events, who do I contact?

Please contact our Board Trustee Director of Community Events, we would love your help!

What do we do if we see someone trespassing?

Call the non emergency Clermont County Dispatch phone number 513-732-2231.

What do I do if I see a street light out?

Please report it to Duke Energy, either online at duke-energy.com or by calling 800-543-5599.

When are HOA fees due?

January 1st (with a 30 day grace period) at least 1/2 of the dues are owed, the remaining assessment must be paid by July 1st (with a 30 day grace period).

Can we get speed bumps on our streets to prevent speeding?

The Clermont County Department of Transportation monitors our public streets, please report any issues to 513-732-7300, they will evaluate. 

Signs are posted for parking on one side of the street, what should we do if people are parking on wrong side of street?

The Clermont County Department of Transportation monitors our public streets, please report any issues to 513-732-7300, they will evaluate. 

How do I get off the solicitation list in Batavia Township?

Did you know...you can stop solicitors from coming to your front door? Batavia Township Trustees passed Resolution 06-02-2022 that permits door to door sales in the Township. Each vendor must register with the Township (MORE INFO HERE) and is issued a permit, provided they qualify. If you wish you can be placed on a do not visit list, simply call the township offices at 732-3888 ext. 9 or SEND AN EMAIL. **This is enforced by the Clermont County Sheriffs Office.**

Are we allowed in the large field near Shagbark?

The large field property off Shagbark in the rear of Bristol Lake belongs to the Bristol Lake Neighborhood. Only residents and their guests may use the field. Due to wetland preservation efforts, ATVs and off-road vehicles are not permitted. Field entry closes at dusk.

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Towne Properties
Association Manager:
Sharon Hendricks, CMCA®, AMS

11340 Montgomery Rd. Suite 202
Cincinnati, OH 45249, US

Bristol Lake HOA Board of Trustees

President: Tracy Braden
Vice President: Jen Williams
Director of Neighborhood Events: Jenna Mains
Director of Neighborhood Watch: Joe Necamp
Director of Strategic Development: Aaron Burdette
Member at Large: Rhonda Dobson
Member at Large: Everett Inman

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