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THIS IS A PUBLIC NOTIFICATION FOR INDIAN LAKE BOROUGH. DUE TO THE HIGH VOLUME OF WATER USAGE, INDIAN LAKE BOROUGH IS ASKING ALL HOMEOWNERS TO INSPECT THEIR HOMES FOR ANY WATER LINE BREAKS OR LEAKAGES, AS WELL AS THEIR PROPERTY FOR ANY UNUSUAL WET AREAS FOR POSSIBLE WATER LEAKS. IF ANYTHING IS FOUND, PLEASE CONTACT THE BOROUGH OFFICE AT 814-267-4614 OR YOU CAN E-MAIL ME AT DEAN@INDIANLAKEPA.GOV.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP.

DEAN SNYDER, WATER OPERATOR

Indian Lake Borough increased yearly water rates in 2022 to $480 per year to pay for the new DEP-mandated Treatment Plant and Tank.  Construction activity started in the summer of 2021 and the new plant was permitted and put in operation in October 2022.  Debt will be repaid over 15 years.  The Borough placed a 2-year contract with G-Force to run the plant and perform routine maintenance.  It is expected that $480/year will cover the debt and this contract cost, and there is no rate increase for 2023.


For questions you can e-mail Dean@indianlakepa.gov or paul@indianlakepa.gov

 

The Indian Lake Borough Council will hold their second meeting of the month via Zoom ONLY on November 23, 2022 with one agenda item; to approve the proposal for a water/wastewater operator.  Please use the links below to view the agenda and Zoom link.

November 23, 2022 Agenda

Zoom Information

Use the link below to view the Boat Safety Video created by our Boating Committee.

Indian Lake Boat Safety Video

Please see the link below for the most recent Indian Lake Borough Fee Schedule.

2021 Fee Schedule

New Boating regulations, in Ordinance 191, were enacted in 2021.  Check them out.  Click Here 

Snowmobiles and ATVs; Sharing the Road

Council enacted Ordinance 187 permitting joint use of Borough roadways for properly registered and operated and insured snowmobiles and ATVs. This Ordinance is permitted by recent changes in state laws and is viewed as important legislation for recreational and recreation-friendly communities such as ours.

The Ordinance is available by clicking the link below. There are many important provisions, restrictions, limitations and nuance in the Ordinance and, more importantly, the underlying state laws.

Golf Carts are specifically excluded from PA's ATV, Snowmobile or NEV regulations and provisions, and are thus NOT permitted under these ordinances.

Ordinance 187

Chapter 77 of the Motor Vehicle Code

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Weeds

At our Town Meetings, Bill Kirkpatrick talks about our weeds.  Not all weeds are bad.  The weeds we deal with show we have a healthy, balanced Lake.  The 3 major weed types are covered in the links below:

http://www.bing.com/search?q=elodea&go=&qs=bs&form=QBRE

http://www.bing.com/search?q=pondweed&go=&qs=bs&form=QBRE

http://www.bing.com/search?q=Vallisneria&go=&qs=bs&form=QBRE

Remember that different Lakes and bodies of water have vastly different environments.  Moving your boat/trailer between locations can be our biggest vulnerability to Indian Lake.  The following steps can greatly reduce the risk...

  • Dry your boat/trailer at least 7-10 days
  • Use a Chlorine/Bleach solution to rinse
  • Pressure Wash before launching in Indian Lake
  • Run Engine with boot/fresh water intake


     

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