NEWS & EVENTS

WOLCOTTVILLE

INDIANA

Meetings:

 

  

Unified Developmental Ordinance lake discussion:

Tuesday October 25th at 3:00. The meeting will take place at the LaGrange County Community Foundation Community room located at 045 North 250 West, LaGrange IN 46761.

DALLAS LAKE ASSOCIATION MEETING 2023

Scheduled for June 10th, 2023. Pancake breakfast starting at 9:00 AM with meeting to follow at 10:00 AM. 

Location: Dallas Lake Park Lodge  

 

4th of July, 2023 Fireworks on Wimer Lake at sunset on JULY 1st

  

NOTE: No Dallas Lake boat parade.

   You are invited to participate in the Witmer Lake Floatilla, 

  (See witmerake.com for details).

POKER RUN on Westler Lake (See  westlerlake.com for details.)

 

 

 

Dallas Lake Fall 2022 Newsletter

Dallas Lake Spring 2022 Newsletter/Dues Form

 

Dallas Lake Spring 2021 Newsletter/Dues Form 

Dallas Lake Fall 2020 Newsletter/Dues Form


 

 

 

 

 

Newsletters:

Recent News:

Lake Roads Improvement Letter and Info

A preview of lake road improvement information that will be going out to all residents affected.

Fish Fund Established 

A Fish Fund was established at this summer's Dallas Lake Annual Meeting. The Fish Fund subcommittee recommended to the Board of Directors to raise money to stock Dallas Lake with walleye. Assuming adequate funds are raised, the stocking of the walleye should take place in the summer of 2023. For more information on how to donate, click here.

North Branch Elkhart River study was released in October of 2020. This is an excellent comprehensive study and understanding of the overall functional health of the North Branch Elkhart River (NBER) basin in northeast Indiana. Christopher B. Burke Engineering, LLC was asked to develop a flood risk management plan for the NBER based on investigation of overall stream function and flooding in the mainstem NBER from its headwaters on the far east side of Noble County to the confluence with the South Branch Elkhart River near Ligonier. 

The study concluded that overall, the NBER system is one of the most naturally functioning river systems in the state, and that great care should be taken to preserve this remarkable resource.

Click here to view entire Report