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Thank you to the Zimmerman Fire Department for their donation to our efforts to combat invasive lake weeds. Be sure to patronize their pull tab booth at Ridgewood Bay and support them as they support us.




A new approach to invasive lake weeds has become available to Little Elk Lake through a DNR grant program. The new DNR grant program provides an economic incentive for LELIA to now treat off shore waters that will jointly benefit everyone who enjoys our lake. The strategy plan for LELIA is to utilize DNR grants and treat acres of nuisance weed beds this season and for years to come to manage non-native weeds.

Now back to the solution to lake weeds? – which is you.

Everyone who lives on Little Elk Lake or enjoys our community resource is requested to make an annual donation to allow us the funds to combat nuisance weeds. 100% of your donation will be used towards the treatment of these weeds. An operating annual budget of $2,500 - $5,000 will allow us to continue our pursuit to improve Little Elk Lake with a suggested donation of $25 -$100 annually by shoreline owners and community members. Donation form available here.


We hope you find useful information here about Little Elk Lake and the surrounding lake community. Please feel free to drop us a note with any concerns or questions you may have.

LELIA Meetings are held every other month from April to October at Ridgewood Bay
Time: 10:30am (meetings typically last less than an hour). Please show support for your lake by attending a LELIA Meeting

2017 Meeting Schedule:

April 15th
June 17th
Aug 19th
Oct 21st

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