Why should you be a member of the Dead Lake Association?  

The Dead Lake Association is a non-profit, 100% volunteer organization of lake property owners and other supporters that are dedicated to protecting Dead Lake and educating the community in the best ways to manage this natural resource for the enjoyment of all.

This is your opportunity to join the Dead Lake Association and help a very large and diverse group of Dead Lake property owners and lake supporters to protect Dead Lake.  The Dead Lake Association allows its members to have an organized and collective voice in the issues that affect Dead Lake.  Through your financial and volunteer support, you can do your share.

If you’re a lake shore property owner, you have a significant real estate investment.  It’s to your personal benefit to financially support your lake neighbor volunteers to protect the quality of Dead Lake.  Since few property owners can take an active role, this is your opportunity to provide your neighboring Dead Lake volunteers with the financial resources that they need to keep you informed and to conduct projects that protect Dead Lake (and protect your property values).

As you may know, invasive aquatic plants and zebra mussels have been found in some neighboring lakes that are within about 20 miles of Dead Lake.  Working together, we can better understand their potential impact to Dead Lake and use our financial resources to be pro-active in our vigilance.

Your annual association dues help pay for a variety of expenses that include:

  • Regular professional lab testing of Dead Lake water samples for clarity and chemical composition at 5 different test sites.  Water clarity has a direct relationship to your lake shore’s property value.
  • Regular association newsletters and special mailings that keep you informed of issues that affect Dead Lake, Lake Alice, and Indian Lake.
  • Extensive educational materials and seminars for property owners, resort guests, etc. that promote personal actions that protect Dead Lake.
  • Legal and professional services that provide expert guidance regarding topics which are beyond the resources of our active volunteers.
  • Lake Management Planning to provide member-guided direction and policies that will influence the future use of Dead Lake.
  • Special lake-community environmental projects that help protect Dead Lake
  • Association Annual Meeting to provide a public forum for members to discuss lake-wide concerns and opportunities.
  • Endowment Fund, which is long-term source of revenue for the association.

Please complete the Dead Lake Association membership form (download below) and include it with your payment.  You can also pay by credit card or debit card by calling treasurer Craig Lund at 218-758-2604.