News

2019 District Dialogue

The District Dialogue is a newsletter containing information for property owners on lake district issues along with information on the budget and tax levy. You can always read the most recent and other issues of the District Dialogue online on the Documents page.

2018 Sugar Creek Septic Assessment Error

Due to an error in 2018 tax bills, Lake District residents within the Town of Sugar Creek were not assessed for septic pumping on their 2018 property tax assessments.  Residents will be billed for 2018 and 2019 on their tax bill later this year.

Letter to Sugar Creek Property Owners
Resolution 2019-02

Annual Lake Management District Community Meeting and Budget Hearing

Thank you to all who participated in our 2019 Annual Meeting!  Jim Kroeplin was re-elected for a three-year term as Lake District Commissioner.  Meeting Materials can be viewed here.

The 2020 Annual Community Meeting and Budget Hearing will be held Saturday, September 5, 2020 - the Saturday of Labor Day weekend.  Registration begins at 9:30 and the meeting begins at 10:00.

 

Fish Cribs

If you are taking any trees down on your property, the Lauderdale Lakes Improvement Association's Fish Committee needs your help! 

Contact Jeff Angst and he can take care of the wood for you... the committee needs pieces that are 6 feet long and 7-14 inches in diameter to build fish cribs. jangst@phoenixtextile.com

 

LLLMD Board Meeting

LLLMD Board Meetings are held at the Lauderdale Lakes Community Center, N7511 Sterlingworth Drive, Elkhorn.  The public is welcome to attend.

The next meeting will be held:  Saturday, October 12 at 8:00 a.m.

 

Boating Safety Courses

The Lauderdale Lakes Water Safety Patrol offers opportunities for Boater Safety Courses every year. Two Wisconsin DNR-sanctioned courses were offered by the Lauderdale Lakes Water Patrol this year.  Check back next Spring for the dates for classes in 2020.   

Successful completion of a boating safety course is required for anyone (12 and over) born on or after January 1, 1989 if they intend to operate a PWC or motorized boat without an adult onboard.  The classes offered by the Lauderdale Water Safety Patrol are sanctioned by the DNR and provide students with information useful for boater safety on Lauderdale Lakes.

2019 Boating Safety Course Information

WI DNR Boating Regulations Handbook (updated in 2016)

The Wisconsin Department of Natuaral Resources published an updated Boating Regulations Handbook in 2016.  Our officers will carry the handbooks on our boats and the Water Patrol will make them available at lake community events.

You can view the updated handbook here.

Shorelines

The Summer 2019 publication of Shorelines is available on the Lauderdale Lakes Improvement Association's website.