The Lagoon is ready for summer season!

Remember: Lagoon pollution can be at its highest level immediately following a storm when pollutants are washed into the lagoon from storm drains. Therefore, contact with lagoon water should be avoided for at least 72 hours after a rain.

Some points to consider from our City Engineer

New FEMA flood information is HERE.

Annual Meeting

The last Annual Meeting of the BLPOA was held on Wednesday, March 15, 2017, at the Mann Boathouse, 50 Lagoon Road, Belvedere, CA.

The 2018 date is set for Wednesday, March 21, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. (social) and 7-8 p.m. (meeting).  You will be notified of the location and other details in your annual member mailing in February 2018.

Opening Day on the Lagoon

Celebrating Lagoon Sailing Since 1953!
Sunday, May 14, 2017 (See more information on the Belvedere Sailing Society page.)

Water Quality Testing indicates that the Lagoon is safe for swimming

The BLPOA has water quality tests performed on a regular basis. If required, efforts will be made by flushing and debris removal to maintain water quality.

Sign Up for Email Notifications

The BLPOA may occasionally send out email notifications to members. If you are a BLPOA member or a renter living on the lagoon, please email us at to make sure we have your current email address, so we can send you any notices regarding water quality or other items of interest. Thank you!

Sign Up for Automatic Payment of Your Dues

Pay your homeowner dues the easy way, sign up for the BLPOA's automatic dues payment service. This is an automatic draw from your bank account to ours. There is no charge, and it can be cancelled at anytime. You choose how and when to pay from your account (monthly, quarterly or one annual payment). Paying your dues in this way eliminates check writing, mailing costs, late charges, and it frees up your time to enjoy lagoon living! To sign up, please click this link, print out the form, fill it out, and mail it to: BLPOA, P.O. Box 465, Belvedere, CA 94920.

Lagoon Safety Tip:

Sound travels more easily over water and therefore loud noise or music on the water, especially at night, can be annoying to others. Flood lights beamed at the water can also reflect into neighbors' homes. In all activities on or near the lagoon, please practice a "good neighbor" policy.