Maple Lake members are reminded that absolutely nothing except toilet paper can be flushed into the sewage system. Even if a product such as wipes or feminine items say flushable, they will do damage to our sewage systems.
Remember to wear your tags. With the new housing/apartment developments surrounding us, Maple Lake has seen an increase in non-member activity. As members, you have the right and duty to ask people you don’t know if they are members. Be kind, introduce yourself and maybe you will meet a new neighbor.
Please refrain from feeding the geese (the local ducks are exempt). Many at the lake feel that they are a nuisance and would rather not have them here. Gentle encouragement to continue their migration is acceptable. Please keep in mind that they are a federally protected migratory water fowl.
Lawn bag pickup services are limited to four (4) bags weighing no more than 40 pounds each. Only clear trash bags will be picked up. Clippings, leaves, etc ONLY.
Tree Branches in tied bundles 3 foot or less only. Arrangements for larger limbs must be made with the caretaker prior to putting them out. (Christmas trees are not included in pick up)
During winter months, Please refrain from placing bags or objects along the edges of the road that may hender snow removal. Also, vehicles should be parked in such a way as to not block the snow plow.
During the spring/summer/fall - Members are allowed to place four(4) clear bags of yard waste (no garbage/trash will be accepted) weekly for pick up by the Maple Lake Caretaker.
Fishing at Maple Lake
All Guests 12 years of age and older must have a Maple Lake Fishing Tag. Tags are available for $12.00 each and must be purchased annually. Please contact Mandy Sheldon to purchase tags.