News Flash

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Posted on: March 22, 2021

A message from the Waterfront Committee

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The Waterfront Compliance Committee and the City of Clear Lake Shores want to thank all waterfront leaseholders for their investment and dedication in our community, and for taking an active role in the preservation and beautification of our city. 

The waterfront areas are a great asset to our community and the City would like to remind all waterfront leaseholders to make sure their property didn’t suffer freeze damage due to Winter Storm Uri. Please check water and irrigation lines for potential damage and remove or trim freeze-damaged plants.

As summer approaches, it is important to ensure that your property is maintained in good condition and in compliance with the waterfront leases.

Please make repairs as needed:

  • Repair bulkheads, piers, docks and other structural issues.
  • Make sure bollards are 6’ from the roadway.
  • Remove barricades, fire pits, extra tables and chairs to keep the water view beautiful for all to enjoy. 
  • Furniture must be anchored.
  • Keep the land area clear of trash, weeds, and clutter, including water toys and small boats.
  • Make sure your lease number is located on your property line.

For additional information, please contact Waterfront Committee Chair Don Milbauer at or Building Inspector Kevin Harrell at

To learn more about the Waterfront Committee, please visit

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