Current Water level: 195.6' (Updated 08/18/18 8:42 am)

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Invasive Plant Treatment (July 2nd)

June 29, 2018

We have been notified by Solitude Lake Management that they have received a permit to apply “Reward” (which contains 37.3% diquat) to two areas of Lake Lillinonah on Monday, July 2, at 11AM. The two areas can be described as the Barkwood Falls cove, from the inlet throughout, and the stretch of homes from the end of Lillinonah Drive in Brookfield to the Newtown Boat Launch at the end of Hanover Road in Newtown. We wanted to bring this to your attention directly in case you don’t see the public notices that are published and posted locally. The following restrictions apply to an area within 500 feet of the area described above: no swimming (from 7/2 at 11AM) until 7/3/18, don’t use the water for irrigation until 7/8/18, don’t water your livestock until 7/4/18, and don’t drink the water until 7/6/18. All areas beyond 500’ of the described areas are unaffected by this application.


2018 Dine Around - July 14th!

June 25, 2018

The 2018 is officially scheduled for July 14th, 2018!

We are still in need of one more appetizer home and one desert home - if you would like to host, please email Angela & Mae at amacch62@aol.com

We are also looking to secure about 8 pontoon boats - if you have a boat available for the evening, please also let Angela & Mae know!

Tickets are now available for purchase (while supplies last) at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dine-around-sunset-dinner-on-lake-lillinonah-tickets-47325517898



2018 Newsletter

May 07, 2018

Your executive committee worked extremely hard over the winter to bring you the latest & greatest updates on all things related to the lake & your membership!

Click here for the 2018 Newsletter
Click here for the 2018 Newsletter


Annual Lake Draw Down: November 7th

October 31, 2016

Beginning on November 7, 2016 FirstLight will begin its annual drawdown of Lake Lillinonah at the Shepaug Dam to conduct maintenance and inspection activities. The drawdown will lower lake levels to a water surface elevation of 190.5 feet to 191.5 feet and return to normal operating elevations on November 16, 2016.


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