Welcome to the Lake Lapeer Association Website

 

Hadley Township Planning Commission

RE:  Hadley Township – Proposed Lakes Zoning District

The Planning Commission met on November 14 to discuss a proposed change concerning properties in Hadley Township.  The township is aware of various constraints due to the existing size of many properties located around Lake Lapeer, Big Fish Lake, and Davison Lake.  One of the proposed solutions is to create a new zoning district which allows for these smaller lots with various improvements by right.

More meetings will take place with a decision sometime in the spring,  Please check this website or Facebook page for updates.

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Lake Lapeer is a community of 350 homeowners on Lake Lapeer, in Elba and Hadley Townships, Lapeer County, Michigan.  Located-made private lake in 1969 and continues to operate as such currently.   The Lake Lapeer Association is the official organization of the homeowners.

Attention Realtors and Title Companies:

During transfer of properties, you need to reach out to the Lake Lapeer Association for any delinquent lienable items that the seller could owe.

The LLA Membership dues letters will be mailed March/April, 2023.  If you do not receive your dues letter or membership card, please contact Barb Murawski, (810) 252-1971.

To find up-to-date information about the lake, search Facebook for our page, Lake Lapeer Association.

If you have any questions or would like to receive a membership packet, please E-mail me

ENJOY YOUR VISIT!

www.lakelapeer.net

Important Dates:

LLA Board Meetings – 3rd Tuesday of the Month
First Board Put in Dam – Friday, April 21, 2023
Special Membership Meeting, Elba Township Hall – Tuesday, May 16, 2023, 7:00 pm
Fourth of July Holiday Fireworks – Saturday, July 1, 2023, at Dusk
Annual Membership Meeting, Elba Township Hall – Tuesday, August 15, 2023, 7:00 pm
First Board Removed from Dam – Sunday, October 15, 2023

 

Summer Weed and Algae Treatment:

Please watch your shoreline for the posting of the 8 1/2 x 11 yellow or green signs. The sign will indicate the date of the treatment and the products used. Any restrictions on the use of treated water for swimming, watering lawns, etc. will also be listed.