Fencing around Bella Vista
community complete; Gating next
Source: Ozzie Gonzalez
April 2015 -- Gates at both entrances have been
completed and are activated. In order to enter Bella Vista you
must have a key pass of enter an access number to a resident in the
complex, so they can buzz you in. A fee of $35.00 will be charged
to you if you
lose your key card.
August 1, 2012 -- All the gates are installed on the
entrances of Columbia and Central. There are a couple issues we
are dealing with in order to complete this project. We should be
testing the gates with motors soon and locking up one of the two
entrances at night with our gates. Stay tuned, more to come!
Update January 23, 2012 -- We are currently testing
motors to open and close the gates to determine which ones are better for our needs. The gates will most likely be open during
the day and closed at a certain time at night. I am still confident that Bella Vista will be a fully gated community by mid-summer.
December 2011 --
Kissimmee, FL. -- Bella Vista Lake Condominiums located in Kissimmee,
Florida continues to make vast improvements in the community with
the completion of an iron fence along the Central Avenue side of
The iron fencing project first
began in December 2010 with a long fence along with three pillars
on the side of Colombia Ave. The 6 feet fence was a big success as
it kept people from the street from easily crossing over into the
Bella Vista Lake community. The second part of the fencing was
complete in December 2011 and covered the entire Central side of
the community. Now the community is completely enclosed,
making it a much more secure place for all of its residents.
The next step will be making Bella
Vista a gated community. The cost and work involved will be a
challenge, but accomplishing that will be a huge increase in
security and will increase the property value for all owners.
If all goes well, I can see Bella
Vista becoming a gated community.
Stay tuned for more updates
regarding making Bella Vista a gated community.