Welcome to our Neighborhood . . .
The Belmont Lake Civic Association represents over 1200 homeowners (approx. 5000 voters) in the 11704 zip code of North Babylon. We are one of the oldest civic associations in the state of New York, African-American or otherwise. We are proud to represent all of our multicultural community.
Our goal is to collectively use our five thousand votes to ensure that our community gets its fair share of services and resources.
Teach your children the importance of voting. They are the next generation of homeowners in this community . . . It is time, we must be their example.
October 20, 2020, 7 P. M.
General Membership Meeting on Zoom
Click on this link below. If the link does not work, please go to Zoom.com, click Join Meeting, type in the Meeting ID and Password
OR Dial in 1-929-205-6099 and type in the
Meeting ID which is 86156337614 and the Password 218485
PO BOX 2033
North Babylon, NY 11703
Alanna Felix and Kayla Boucher. They are recipients of our Alice T. Cone/Wendell Bodden Scholarship and our Community Service Scholarship.
Both 2020 Graduates are Honor Students at NB High School and have performed helpful community service to our Civic. They are socially aware and serve as leaders for their fellow classmates. We also appreciate the support from their mothers and fathers.
Congratulations to the North Babylon High School
Class of 2020!
This year has made you strong in the best way!
During this time of Remote Learning, we encourage families seek out Academic and Social Supports to maintain the learning of their children.
BLCA Spring and Fall Cleanups
NB High School Students Stay
Active At Our Meetings!
Town Clock installed Fall 2019.
Coming in 2021
Honor your family and friends living and passed with a beautifully engraved brick on The Alice T. Cone Memorial Triangle.
A collective effort of Senator Phil Boyle, Richard Schaffer and the Town Of Babylon brought the town clock to The Alice T. Cone Memorial Triangle. We are honored to recognize all Civic Officers who have served since 1959, with their names engraved on plaques. This clock will serve as an historical account of the beautiful community and families of North and West Babylon.