WELCOME TO THE LONG LAKE WEB SITE
Our lake was featured in the spring issue of the "MICHIGAN RIPARIAN MAGAZINE", A publication focused exclusively on information for lake property owners. This edition contains detailed information about our lake as well as a comprehensive history of the area.
A COPY OF THIS MAGAZINE MAY BE OBTAINED BY E-MAILING THE EDITOR:
ThiThis would be an excellent magazine to keep in your library or have on a coffee table to show your friends and relatives!
NEWS AND BULLETINS
AS OF March 1, 2019 OUR LAKE LEVEL STOOD AT 856.5 FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL. THE LEGAL LEVEL IS 856'.
AFTER THE FLOODING IN FEBRUARY-MARCH 2018, WE BROKE A RECORD AT A OF LEVEL 857.7'
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS CLOSELY MONITORS THE LAKE LEVEL AND MAKES RECOMMENDATIONS ON WHEN TO TURN THE PUMP ON OR OFF.
CURRENT PUMP STATUS:
PUMP IS OFF!
-The Dry Years-
Low water levels and dry spells have been a concern on Long Lake for decades. Aerial photos of the lake in the early 1960's and again in the 1980's reveal that 25% of the lake surface had dried up. At one point he lake was down 60". after another dry spell in the late 1990's, residents voted to install and augmentation pump that draws from another aquifer 170 feet below the lake. The pump is operated by the Governmental Lake Board.