Lake Magdalene Special Dependent District
Lake Magdalene Health Report
The following information on the health of Lake Magdalene was provided by Scott Shugart. These changes are the direct result of the work being done by the board members to ensure that Lake Magdalene remains a safe and viable lake.
In summary, 2010 Lake Magdalene
FDEP rated as impaired
Color Value platinum cobalt - Clear
Rated as Eutrophic to Mesotrophic
In summary, 2020 Lake Magdalene
FDEP rated as not impaired
Color platinum Cobalt - Clear
Rated as Mesotrophic
Scott Shugart writes: "Going from (Eutrophic, Impaired) to (Mesotrphic, Not Impaired) is not an accident or chance. This was and is the result of hard work and patient application of good lake management practices on the part of the board. Back in 2008-2010 Lake Magdalene was in big trouble, and only getting worse. I am grateful to see the progress and improvement documented in these reports."
Further analysis is shown in the chart below:
Lake Magdalene Lake Cleanup
WEED BUSTERS IS UNAVAILABLE TO DO SHORE LINE CLEANUP HOWEVER THEY WILL BE HARVESTING THE LAKE IN JANUARY OF 2021
FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO HAVE THEIR SHORELINE CLEANED:
A permits is required:
Contact for applying for a permit lakeshore cleanup is at:
Recently some residents have found gators in the lake near their homes. To have a gator removed the homeowner must be the one to call the trappers if the gator comes within 100 feet of their house. Once you have spotted the gator then you may call the trapper at 1 (866) 392-4286 to have them bait the gator for removal. Your neighbor or someone living two doors down from you cannot be the one to call unless they have spotted it within 100 feet of their home and then they would have to call. This is a free service
**In the interim A and B Aquatics is available for lake cleanup such as weeding, spraying and removal. Please contact Aaron Jackson at (813)239-7801
Carp fencing will be installed in the coming weeks and when completed 800 carp will be released.