Caution : 194.6' | What is this?
This is the current water level of Lake Lillinonah. Our safety indicator should be used as a guideline only; higher lake elevations cause more floating debris. Always use caution and watch out for floating debris when navigating Lake Lillinonah.
Safest: below 194'
Debris presence unlikely - safe for recreational use.
Caution: 194' to 195'
Debris possibly present - caution advised.
Use Extreme Caution: above 195'
Debris likely present - dangerous.
Posted: June 3, 2010
Although volunteer turnout was a bit lighter than we hoped for, about sixty people helped fill two 20-yard dumpsters and collected 45 tires on Saturday, May 22. Also retrieved was a TV set, a car engine, several abandoned docks, along with the usual trash. Word has it that this was the best-organized Save the Lake Day yet. Our sincere thanks to all who showed up, and especially to the Save-The Lake Day committee who worked so hard, solicited so many donations, and made the day a great success.
The committee members are Alexis and Jim Hawley (chairpersons), Warren Mino, Steve Bowman, Kathy Berg, Barbara Petriccione, Laurie and John Pastor and Alex and Shannon Young. GREAT job, all!
We also sincerely thank our sponsors, and encourage you to support them in return: The Lake Lillinonah Authority, Candlewood Carting, I-95 (the HOME of Rock ‘n’ Roll), Shoprite, Stew Leonard’s, Wines and Such, Big Y, Subway of Brookfield/Danbury, Subway of New Milford, Dunkin’ Donuts, Walmart and Rocco’s Restaurant.
See you soon!
P.O. Box 403
Bridgewater, CT 06752
Tel: (860) 210-8064
Fax: (860) 210-9894
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We’re working hard to clean up this lake for everyone.
Please show your support today.