Our meetings are held at 11:00 AM on the 3rd Saturday of every month
at Captain’s On Long Lake. Stop by for some Captain's coffee and meet your Long Lake neighbors. Everyone is WELCOME!
Mark Nordberg with winning fish caught at the 2012 Ice Fishing Contest. Over 400 fish were caught this year.
Photo by Alan Duff
At last year‟s appreciation dinner, held Fri May 20 2011, the LLIA membership was recognized
with the inaugural ‘Long Lake Good Neighbor Awards’. This award was presented to John Wojack,
Fran Munday, and Jim and Rose Lundeen, for service and support of the LLIA community.
Bon Shockman from Long Lake Improvement District introduced the guest speakers at the very informative
joint LLIA/LLID March 2011 meeting at Captains.
Chad Hadler from Lake Restoration was a guest speaker at the March 2011 joint LLIA/LLID meeting.
Lake Restoration is the company that does the lake spraying for the weed control.
Chad went over the details of spraying the lake.
In the first year they sprayed 350 acres and last year we only needed to have 190 acres sprayed.
The treatment is done by submerged injection when the water temperature is 50 - 60 degrees.
Shelly Larson from Hayland Woods Nursery was a guest speaker at the March 2011 joint LLIA/LLID meeting.
Hayland Woods Nursery is the company that the lake district works with for the Shoreland Development.
Shelly gave us a very good program on the development process.
We are very anxious to get more content for this website. If you have some Long Lake history of any kind please
contact one of the officers. We would like to have lake pictures, news articles or your own words of lake or association history.
Sherrif Monson was our guest speaker during the February 19, 2011 LLIA monthly meeting.
Sheriff Monson addressed the Long Lake community issues of busy streets and speed limits
not being followed. He was also asked many questions regarding the rights of the property
owners on Long Lake and the issues of trespassing and damage from uninvited guests and boaters.
DON'T LITTER OUR LAKE
Litter is a petty misdemeanor criminal
charge with a fine of up to $300
We purchased these signs several years
ago, one for each boat landing.
Remind your friends to respect the
beauty of Long Lake!
Our Long Lake is one of the 157 Long Lakes in the State of Minnesota, and one of the four
in Isanti County. Long Lake Improvement Association, Inc. is dedicated to keeping
you informed on what is happening in our State and in our Neighborhood. We all want
to leave behind a clean water legacy for our children and grandchildren. Long Lake
has 390 acres and is 2 and 1/2 miles long. There are 5.6 miles of shoreline. The
lake is approximately 11 feet deep at the deepest part and is a maximum width of
1/4 mile. The average depth of the lake is 6 feet. The dam at the south east end
of the lakes was originaly built in
1970 with bags of cement and rocks. The dam held well until time took its toll.
The new dam was built in 2001 with the help of many lakeshore owners and with the
approval of the Minnesota DNR. There is a light pole at the dam which was installed
in 1978 and is maintained by the Lake Association.