GOVERNMENT

Belle Isle’s City Council consists of seven district representatives and one mayor, and operates under a council-city manager form of government. The council establishes policies and programs and appropriates funds for each city service function. Council approves all ordinances, resolutions and contracts, reviews proposals for community needs, initiates actions for new programs and determines the level of funding for services and facilities.

 

To better understand Belle Isle's government processes, please download a copy of the organizational chart here.

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Mission

Belle Isle’s City Council strives to preserve the community’s quality of life and identity, and to provide needed services to Belle Isle residents through careful and meaningful growth and sound fiscal control.

Vision

To be Central Florida’s premiere community where residents and businesses can thrive in a healthy environment, centered on Lake Conway, with the support of a responsive city government.

Contacts

Mayor: Nicholas Fouraker

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District 1: Ed Gold Jr.

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District 2: Anthony Carugno

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District 3: Karl Shuck

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District 4: Mike Sims

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District 5: Harvey Readey

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District 6: Jim Partin

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District 7: Sue Nielsen

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Public Notice:  PER Section 119.12, Florida Statutes, (2017 Legislative Session, CS/CS/SB 80) - Notice is hereby given that the custodian of record for the City of Belle Isle is:

Yolanda Quiceno, CMC City Clerk

City of Belle Isle

1600 Nela Avenue, Belle Isle, FL 32809

yquiceno@belleislefl.gov  *  Tel 407-851-7730  *  Fax 407-240-2222

In order to best serve the public and to process your request for public records as efficiently as possible, all requests to examine or copy public records can be made in writing.  Please help us in this process by filling out a Public Records Form and return to the City Clerk.

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Under Florida law, email addresses are public records. If you do not​ want your email address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.  Dates, times and locations of all meetings and events are subject to ​change. ​​Copyright © 2014 www.cityofbelleislefl.org.  All rights reserved.

Under Florida law, email addresses are public records. If you do not​ want your email address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.  Dates, times and locations of all meetings and events are subject to ​change. ​​Copyright © 2014 www.cityofbelleislefl.org.  All rights reserved.