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Lake Columbia Property Owners Association
Property Owners Association

Lake Columbia is enjoyment
in EVERY season!

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Monday - Friday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

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Lake Columbia

Welcome to Lake Columbia Property Owners Association

Lake Columbia is a private lake located in the beautiful Irish Hills area of Southern Michigan near Michigan International Speedway (MIS) and Brooklyn, MI.

Special Notices

Per the MDEQ, use of a Aquathruster requires a permit from MDEQ. If you are using one discontinue doing so immediately! (read more)

The Association has hired Ace Pyro LLC to shoot our fireworks in 2019. We will be accepting donations anytime during the year at the office to enhance the Fireworks show. (read more)

PLM's reply to if we should purchase a harvester
I would highly advise against any harvesting due to the fact that almost all of our management is for invasive species ( Milfoil, Starry Stonewort , Curly leaf). In particular Milfoil & Starry Stonewort are an issue as they spread by fragmentation, so harvesting is the worst option for those two species. Additionally harvesters are not designed to get into tight areas or around docks, which tend to be shallower and harder to maneuver in. A harvester would make a mess by disrupting sediment and leaving plant debris behind. Years ago before the spread of invasive plants PLM was one of the largest harvesting company in the state but with the addition of the new invasive species we have now reduced our harvesting division to one machine. The only harvesting we suggest now is natives plants due to the issues of spreading the invasive plants I’ve mentioned. Last year in particular only small spot treatments for natives were conducted so the overall cost of any harvester would not be justified. Also if natives plants issues were to arise that would needed to be harvested we could offer our harvesting services for a much more cost effective options rather than the HOA owning a machine. (read more)

Stump Locations
The Association has approved the removal of stumps from the lake. If there are any stumps you know of that need to be removed, use the contact form in the link on the right to identify the location to the association board. (read more)

Proper Trash & Recycle Cart Placement
Proper Trash & Recycle Cart Placement. Only items placed inside the cart will be picked up.
Click here for more information (read more)

Featured Dates

Mar 5  Tuesday Recycling
Mar 19  Tuesday Recycling
Mar 25  Monthly Business Meeting
Apr 1  Membership Dues Fees Due


Need to get in touch with the association? Please use the contact form, send an email , or call the office at (517) 592-2361.

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Quick Links
· Agenda & Minutes
· Weed Treatments & Notices
· Trash Service for Members
· ByLaws & Deeded Restrictions
· Board Officials/Shore Directors

Association Office
Our LCPOA office is opened five days a week. For your convenience during closed hours, owners can mail, email, fax or use the front door drop-off slot to submit payments, vehicle and watercraft registrations, etc. If you need to obtain a ramp key, pick up watercraft or vehicle decals or submit building plans, etc., just stop in to the association office during our office hours.

We are proud of our lake and want it to always be a healthy, fun, and relaxing place for everyone to enjoy. As we all know, Lake Columbia is one of the most desirable private lakes in Southern Michigan! Thank you for all that you do in helping to support our lake through your donations, volunteering your time, keeping our parks clean, participating in our community events and so much more! 

For more information or for any questions, please contact us.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Lake Columbia Property Owners Association
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