Dear fellow Chautauqua Lake lovers,
Our Annual Fund Drive is underway to ensure that we can meet new financial and climate-related challenges while providing the equipment and manpower that is necessary for year-round lake maintenance activities.
We would like to thank our members, volunteers, and supporters for helping us to provide 70 years of lake maintenance and management for Chautauqua Lake.
With heartfelt gratitude and best wishes,
President, Chautauqua Lake Association
Updated September 15, 2023
Most algae are harmless and are an important part of the food web but some can produce toxins that are harmful to people and animals.
“Invasive Water Species” are defined as alien species whose introduction does or is likely to harm the economy, environment, and human health.
To help preserve the lake for future generations, please join our annual fund drive today.