Resident Area

Berkshire Lakes Residents…DID YOU KNOW?

  • Please….No electric vehicles are allowed on the walking path around the lakes, thank you.
  • The little green heron, the limpkin and the moor hens have nested on the floating islands in Horseshoe Lake for the last several years.
  •  A homeowner may rent their property three times a year, for a  month or more at a time.  (Lease agreements for less than one month will not be approved.) If the tenant decides only to stay for a weekend, that stay still counts as one of the three allowable rentals. Nightly rentals are not allowed.
  • Collier County Offers Paper Shredding at 3 locations – Click Here


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BLMA Meeting

BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING  - Wednesday, December 20, 2023  -   HOA Clubhouse @ 7pm.

Master Association BOD meeting takes place every  third Wednesday each month: December 20, 2023, January 17, 2024 and February 21, 2024.

To attend meeting using Zoom, click on Events Calendar  link below, then select meeting for details and instructions.

ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD (ARB): The BLMA Architectural Review Board (ARB) meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month in the Clubhouse.
Homeowner Registration Portal: Resort Management



IMPORTANT REMINDER!! No motorized vehicles are allowed at ANY time on the walking paths throughout the Community. This includes scooters, golf carts, motorized bikes, etc. Thank you!
HELPING HANDS BLMA Women's Club is looking for crafters for their Fair in March. Please click the link below for more info.
Newly elected Collier County Commissioner for District 4, Daniel Kowan shares his Newsletter below. Click the button to view.

Will You Volunteer in Your Community? BLMA Needs Volunteers, please stop by the HOA office located in the Master Clubhouse and sign up!  

Communities thrive on active participation of its members and our community needs help with some very important functions. Please consider volunteering for a time, to help keep Berkshire Lakes a highly desirable community and an ideal place to call home!

  • COMPLIANCE COMMITTEE - Charged with monitoring the neighborhood for Covenant violations and reports them to the BLMA office where letters are administered to homeowners.
  • FINES COMMITTEE - Committee takes Board of Directors (BOD) recommendations to fine, reviews the violation, listens to the homeowners response, and makes a decision to fine or not.
  • BUFFER ZONE COMMITTEE - Chartered with determining how best to establish access to the perimeter fence structure surrounding the Berkshire Lakes Community for purposes of maintenance and repairs as needed.