Frequently asked questions
How can I help bring back the lake?
- Join the Wixom Lake Association!
Attend social events and fundraisers and donate.
Stay up to date on FLTF news.
Contact government officials to gain their support. Visit Restore the Lakes for more information.
When will Wixom Lake be back?
What is the Four Lakes Special Assessment District?
The Four Lakes Special Assessment District (SAD) is an established geographic boundary of waterfront properties along or near Secord, Smallwood, Wixom and Sanford lakes and “backlot” properties with dedicated (private easement) access. Under Part 307, a county board may determine by resolution that the whole or a part of the cost of a project to establish and maintain a normal level for an inland lake shall be defrayed by special assessments.
Every property owner in the SAD will have an annual assessment added to their winter tax bill. Please see the FLTF SAD page for up-to-date information.
What is Four Lakes Task Force?
How can I manage lakebottom vegetation in front of my property?
STUMP ROOTS CANNOT BE DUG UP AND REMOVED.
See a full list of guidelines here.
Wixom Lake Association is not responsible for weed control on Wixom Lake when the lake is at normal legal lake levels. Weed control is managed by two separate entities for the east and west sides of the lake.
Properties east of M-30: Wixom Lake Improvement Board (WLIB)
Note: WLIB is temporarily inactive because there are no ongoing weed treatments while the lake is lowered.
Properties west of M-30: Savin Lake Services