Lake Association Benefits

Lake Associations give a voice and means to discuss and act on common issues and events. They are successful for helping protect lakes now for future generations through a variety of activities.

Benefits of Working together:

  • To develop partnerships with your lake neighbors
  • To develop a communication network for sharing lake news
  • To raise awareness of lake issues in the community
  • To launch fundraising events and apply for grants
  • To develop a wise long range lake management plan
  • To focus the wide range of skills and knowledge the group(s) possesses
  • To gain strength in numbers.
Common Reasons to form a lake association:

  • Private Road Maintenance & lighting
  • Shoreland Protection & Management
  • Social Gatherings
  • Aquatic Invasive Species prevention or control
  • Boating safety
  • Fisheries protection
  • Loon protection
  • Water levels/ outlet dam
  • Lake monitoring
  • Fire and theft protection

Together we can learn about the lake ecology and management and present a cohesive voice to our city, county, and state governments to seek what is best for our lakes.