Year In Review

Bald Eagle Lake is a treasure...

...and we are all fortunate we have the opportunity to enjoy it on a daily basis. We wanted to take the opportunity to provide detail of the activities the Bald Eagle Area Association and to ask for your support. 

Water Quality

BEAA and Association Members

These things happen through the leadership of BEAA and the active engagement of all of the lake association members.  We should all be proud that BEAA is recognized and respected by the governmental agencies concerned with lake issues. Bald Eagle Lake has received multiple grants to help with curly leaf pondweed eradication efforts. We have developed a long-standing partnership with Rice Creek Watershed District and they have undertaken several projects to filter and control water entering Bald Eagle Lake from streets, creeks and ditches.  This work assists with water clarity today, as well as to keep Bald Eagle Lake healthy for future generations

A critical element that supports this work is dues. To continue our efforts of being proactive for the betterment of our lake, we need your help and support through paying your dues.  Paying dues is even more important this year as the Special Taxing District is no longer collecting fees through your real estate taxes.  The District was established over 10 years ago by vote of lakeshore residents to fund the $1 million dollar Alum program.   The residual funds from the alum taxing district had covered curlyleaf pondweed treatment in recent years, but those funds are now depleted , so BEAA will need to pay for treatments directly again.

We are excited about this progress, and our 2022 activities that make for a stronger lake community. We look forward to seeing you all on the lake!