Loon Lake, Washington
 
 
Serving the Silver Beach Home Owners
Since 1966
 
Annual Homeowner's Association Meeting

July 27, 2019 (*Always 4th Saturday of July)
9:30AM
Jay & Dana Waddell's Place
43667 Silver Beach Road, Loon Lake,
WA 99148-9615, Lot 21, LLSD #5295,
Jay's Cell 509-991-6598


 
Milfoil spraying in 2006
Image of Milfoil and Yellow Flag Iris

Aquatechnex biologists will be treating the invasive aquatic weeds in Loon Lake early the week of June 25th.  The plan is to get the lake posted with shoreline signs as required on Monday June 25 and begin treatments on the 25th finishing on the 26th.

A treatment map can be viewed by clicking on this link.  June 2018 Treatment Map and Water Use Restriction Zones


5mph road sign for oiling

Silver Beach Road was oiled June 21, 2018.  "Thank you" to Bill Coats for again organizing the oiling.  A big thank you to all the members that so generously support this effort.

 


Images of the clogged outlet before clean out and after some much needed work by sewer district #4.

A special thank you to Henry Howe for his images and for posting at the NextDoor portal.



Members are encouraged to report criminal activity affecting their property not only to the authorities but also to our membership.  Being aware is important.
Remember: The website: NextDoor (see link below)
is a great place to go for
up-to-date neighbor information.

A home within our Association was broken into.
NextDoor reported:
Alert:"Just learned our cabin was broken into. Stole a flat screen and looks like they slept in the bed."

Read about neighbor reports by logging into Nextdoor.
See Link below


Some of your neighbors are joining NextDoor.com.  Its a website for local Loon Lake and Deer Lake residents to share information about lake activity, break-ins, events, Lost and Found, and more. Lots of talk about the otters too.  You can Click Here for easy sign up. It's totally free. Ginger Marso-Geil


 

2017 Legislature that affects recreational boaters. View the Boaters Bulletin for 2017


View some photos of the weir at Loon Lake graciously provided by Georgie Evans
(North Shore Drive) Images originally posted on the NextDoor website.


 

Updated Forestry Plan 2013

 

The Silver Beach Homes updated forestry plan is available for members to download and review. Visit the members page

Better Fire SAFE than Sorry
Fire Truck with burning embers Valley View fire 2008 Wildfires are inevitable, especially in dry years, and there is no way to completely stop them. Here on Loon Lake we live within a few feet of our neighbors.  There are steps you can take to minimize the danger of fire. Visit SBH FireSafe page


Dept of Ecology
Curious about the water level of Loon Lake?  Find out how fast the level is dropping each day.  The Department of Ecology monitors current water levels at Loon Lake and provides historic data on water levels for past years.  Visit their website and view the tables and graphs for the monitoring station at Granite Point..

campfires
Stevens County Fire District 1, now has a website with district news and important information.  visit their WebSite, download Fire Rules [pdf], or view the Fire Rules online.

plat map of Silver Beach Homes
Original Plat Map of Silver Beach Homes dated June 1937, available now as a [pdf] file to download from the Member's page.  *note log-in and password is required for member's page.  
 


Current issue of the Stevens County ordinances for swimming and boating. [pdf]
 

Letter confirming permit and giving instructions for placement of buoys in bay.

Aerial Photo of Silver Beach Homes and Back Property

This aerial photo has the Silver Beach area outlined in red to show the location of the Association owned back property.