Loon Lake WA Property Owners Association
Loon Lake WA Property Owners Association

Loon Lake Living-Project/Progress

Recent Legislation


The Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention Permit Program was established by the Washington Legislature in an effort to keep Washington’s lakes, rivers and streams free of destructive invasive species. The Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Prevention Permit was passed with Senate Bill 5303.

An AIS Prevention Permit is now required for all Non-Resident Registered Vessels, Seaplanes, and Commercial Transporters of Vessels. This requires non-resident registered vessels to purchase the AIS Prevention Permit to use their vessels in Washington waters. For Washington registered boats, the permit is included in your annual boat registration fee. Additionally, all commercial transporters of vessels are required to purchase an AIS Prevention Permit to transport vessels into and through Washington State.

The permit cost is $24. This includes the state fee, transaction fee and a dealer fee. The AIS Prevention Permits can be purchased on line at wdfw.wa.gov (under the licenses tab) or at any outlet that sells Washington Hunting and Fishing Licenses. There is no sticker with this permit.

We recommend that boaters enclose the permit in a zip-lock bag to protect it from water damage.  The permit is valid for one year from the date of purchase.

The money gained from the AIS Prevention Permits will improve the State’s ability to prevent and respond to AIS threats. More specifically, the funds will be used to increase numbers of watercraft inspections, boost the frequency of training and provide grants for local agencies to increase their efforts to protect against AIS  threats.


Progress: The LLPOA officers, directors, members, this website and the LLPOA Newsletter provide Loon Lake area property owners with information and insight as to what is happening and needs to happen. "Play A Part" by being involved financially, through your voice and vote, and active participation either as a director or working on one of the projects.



     Your Dock - Your Responsibility...

      *Register your dock for demolition by June 1.

       *Please keep it on your property until Demo Day 

Dock Demolition - Mark Whittaker - markw@mawcpa.com  623-2122


Water Quality/Testing - jimdavies34@gmail.com - 233-2651
H2O Progress: Click on Water Quality tab on this page.

  *Use phosphorus free fertilizer on your yard to

   protect the lake if you feel fertilizer is necessary.

Click on the water quality tabs on the right side column

for the latest information. 


Fireworks - Lee Evans - lgevans@spocom.com - 233-0179



Pancake Breakfast - Looking for Chairperson!! 


Newsletter - Dana Waddell dwaddell2009@hotmail.com


Webmaster -Holly Shamberger - hshamberger46@gmail.com


LOON LAKE Owners Handbook is available. Click on the link at top of grey column on right side of this page.  



Since its inception, the LLPOA's purpose is to assist its owners in making Loon Lake Living what it is today and what it should be for our future lake owners and recreators. 

The LLPOA Articles Of Incorporation recorded in 1998 state: "...this [Washington Non-profit Corporation] is formed to organize the property owners adjacent to the shores of Loon Lake to protect the lake from environmental degradation and to provide a forum by which the property owners may assist government agencies to wisely plan the use of resources in the Loon Lake area." (Page 2)



Are we reaching you? We welcome your:

Feedback - Ideas - Input - Suggestions!

Send to:hshamberger46@gmail.com

Your Lake Needs            You!!

Become a Member of LLPOA!

Come to a meeting or contact 

LLPOA President

Deanne Darlene



Loon Lake Property Owners Association

PO Box 165

Loon Lake, WA 99148

$20 membership dues


Click on Calendar/Events tab at top of website for more details.



Sept 1, 2109

8:00 am -12 p.m

Buy your presale tickets from any LLPOA Board Member


Chipper Day

October 19 


Agar Rd bring your clean green!



Milfoil Treatment

July 9 

for more info



LLPOA Meetings:

The second Thursday of the month - 6:30 p.m. at the historical Old Schoolhouse



Loon Lake Milfoil Questions
LMD Advisory Committee:

   Lee Evans-Chairman
        N. Shore - 233-0179
Dennis Drinkard-Silver Beach

   Tom Hale - Sunset Bay
   Daryl Howe-Carlson Bay

   Henry Howe - Carlson Bay

   Jim Nimnicht - Larson Beach

   Aaron Impecoven - N.Shore

   Deanne Darlene, Secretary - N. Shore

   Lee Mellish - Shore Acres

   Deanna Yamane - Shore Acres


Public is Welcome to attend                     
Advisory Board Meetings
2nd Monday each month
    6:30 p.m. Old Schoolhouse

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