311-11-14 Please take a few minutes and inspect the lines that hold your boat to your dock. With winter approaching, strong winds can break your lines and set your boat adrift. If your lines are worn or frayed, replace them now. The lake ranger is not responsible for retrieving stray boats. Should your boat cause damage to neighboring boats, you are responsible for any damages. Just a note of caution to insure that your expensive boat stays where you want it...
Are you on our email alert list? We do not sell or otherwise share your email address. We issue infrequent updates and alerts of interest to lake residents. If you would like to be included, simply send your email request to firstname.lastname@example.org .LAKE STAGE January 18, 2015 +1.0"
LAKE RULES... Have you read them? You must be familiar with and abide by the Rules or you could be banned from the lake. The Rules are on this website on the page Lake Rules and Maps.
The lake stage is based on the overflow at the weir on the west end of the dam. Zero is the level at which water will begin to flow over the lip of the weir. -6.0 means the lake must rise 6 inches to reach the lip of the weir. +6.0 would mean the water will continue to flow into the weir until the lake level drops 6 inches. (This information will be updated from time to time, but not necessarily daily or weekly.)
* Note: Weather information below is current. It is updated every three seconds. The weather station is located in Lakeland Estates. This information will NOT display properly on iPhones/iPads since Apple does not support Flash.
We are working on an alternate solution to the problem.