Kings Point Lakes & Ponds

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Pond Maintenance by Aquatic Systems, Inc.

The Master Association has contracted with Aquatic Systems to maintain the ponds of King Point to keep them healthy and looking beautiful!  Aquatics has over 40 years experience maintaining lakes, ponds and wetlands in Florida.  They have invested in research and development to understand the underlying causes of algae blooms and invasive plant growth, midge fly invasions, muck, odors and lake water quality/health issues.  As stewards of the beautiful Florida environment their team of scientists and technicians maintain our ponds using balanced and ecologically-compatible technologies to achieve exceptional results for our property.


The Master Association has established a pond committee to review and evaluate the best options for our pond treatments and maintenance.  If you are interested in joining this committee please contact the committee chairperson, Jim Argiro at 636-578-8513.

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Pond #6

No issues observed during this inspection.  An alligator was spotted but quickly reated. Treatment of algae development appears to be working.

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Pond #1

Minor development of filamentous algae along the shoreline was treated. Native Gulf Spikerush was identified and will be promoted.

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Pond #133

Small areas of terrestrial growth where some lily pads have uprooted. Treatment targeting terrestrial vegetation and cattails was performed.

Recreational Use For Kings Point Ponds

1. Fishing
Download Rules For Fishing Here


1.  Swimming Boating, Kayaking, Playing with floating toys in or around a lakes or any other similar activities.

2. Conducting any activity at a lake that creates a disturbance to adjacent unit owners.


Downloadable Map:
Map of Kings Point Ponds


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Jason Jasczak holds an A.A.S. in Fishery Science and has over eight years experience in pond maintenance.  He has been with us here at Kings Point for over four years.  You may see him from time to time inspecting your pond as he is here on property at least five times a month.