Beaver Dam Lake Improvement Association, Inc.

(920) 356-1200

New Agricultural Enterprise Areas Designated in 20...

Starting January 1, 2021, over 83,000 acres in Dodge, Green Lake, and Outagamie Counties will be eligible to enter into farmland preservation agreements with the designation of three new agricultural enterprise areas (AEAs).

Town of Westford AEA, Dodge County

This AEA covers 18,203 acres in the town of Westford. This AEA will be Dodge County’s 6th AEA following Ashippun-Oconomowoc AEA, Burnett AEA, Elba-Portland AEA, Shields-Emmet AEA, and Trenton AEA. Goals for this AEA include:

. Promote nutrient management planning to reduce sediment and phosphorus run off as a way to improve local surface water quality.

. Give agricultural landowners the opportunity to participate in the program in a town without a farmland preservation zoning district.

. Grow the relationship between farmer and lakeside landowners to promote conservation and preservation of Beaver Creek and Beaver Dam Lake.

. Allow current farmland preservation agreement holders to continue to participate in the farmland preservation program, encourage new participation in the area.

To participate in the farmland preservation program in Dodge County, contact John Bohonek, County Conservationist, at (920) 386-3660 or [email protected]

Winter Lake Level - Dam Order

The 2019 Dam Order which will lower the lake level in the winter starting in October each year. [Dam Order 2019]

Beaver Dam Lake District Established

Dodge County Established Lake District March 2020
Judge De Vries dismissed appeal and confirms Beaver Dam Lake District formation.
Some of the high points of this are:
• Initial Commissioners were appointed to Form Start-Up Structure.
• The Commissioners have completed initial tasks per Wi Statutes 33
• A special Assessment for Start Up and Initial Operations of $45.80 per parcel, will cover start up and operations through December 2021.
• The commissioners are looking forward to the first annual meeting in the summer of 2021
• The Corona virus would have made a meeting with potentially 100 plus people a major health concern in 2020.
• We look forward to the collaboration of the District with other Partners-Stakeholders as we Protect Our Lake Water Quality & Habitat.
For more information you can visit the district web site Via email [email protected],
via phone at 920-350- 1525
or mail at PO Box 831 Beaver Dam WI 53916 [More]

Healthy Lakes & Rivers Grant Program

BDLIA receives several Healthy Lakes grant applications each year.

Please contact us if you are interested in applying. You can qualify for up to $1,000 in grant money for native gardens, rain gardens and other projects.

For more information and an application, contact BDLIA.

If you want to implement a project on your own without hiring a contractor, see the following example and completed layout to help you. [Read More Here]     [Sample Form Template]

Boatlift & Pier Services

Do you enjoy your lakefront property but dread the annual installation and removal of your lake equipment? If so, we can help!

The Beaverland Must-Skis Water Ski Show Team offers boat lift and pier services as a fundraiser for the team. We can make short work of your spring or fall equipment installation/removal with the help of our latest addition, a 2018 27’ Tri-toon Fork Barge, which is equipped with a dual axis hydraulic bed and fully extendable forks. This addition to our Lake Services Fleet will safely and easily handle your lake equipment from the shore to the water and back. Let our years of experience on the water work for you.

Contact James Meyer at (920) 626-9026 or by email at [email protected] [More]
2018 27’ Tri-toon Fork Barge

2018 27’ Tri-toon Fork Barge

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