Nassau Lake Park
Improvement
Association

Neighbors Helping Neighbors,
Many Hands, One Cause...

Welcome to the Nassau Lake Park Improvement Association (NLPIA)!!

 

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Annual dues are $30 per household or
$15 for persons 60 years or older, payable on January 1st of each year.  Failure to remit dues by the May (Annual Spring) meeting (held the first Wednesday in May each year) shall cause a member to considered in arrears.  Membership rights shall be terminated if dues are not received by the closure of the Annual Spring meeting.  Members who join or renew their membership after the Spring meeting may not hold office or vote at elections until the following year.  Dues/Checks should be made out to NLPIA and mailed to NLPIA, PO Box 724, Nassau NY 12123.

 THE WATER CHESTNUTS ARE OUT OF CONTROL NEAR THE DAM AREA.  PLEASE PULL THEM WHEN YOU HAVE FREE TIME.  SEE OUR INVASIVE SPECIES PAGE FOR DETAILS.


 Nassau Lake now offers recreational opportunities to anyone who is unable to join the NLPIA. Temporary Summer and Winter Access passes are now available.  See our Membership Information page for more information.

We are always looking for new membership to get involved with the association. If you know of anyone who is not a member and might want to be, please encourage them to attend our next meeting. See our Membership section for information on how much dues cost and where to mail them.

As members of the Nassau Lake Park Improvement Association, we are committed to improving the waters and water life of Nassau Lake, to Environmental Awareness and to our Community.  See our Who We Are page for more information about the NLPIA and what we do. We all have good reasons to get involved.  Check out our winter visitor.  They have been seen consistently on the lake for years.

 

Check out our new Invasive Species page.  There is information for the different species found in and around our Lake.  There is also helpful information on prevention and eradication.   Here is a printable guide (taken from the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation website) on Handpulling Water Chestnuts. (319 KB - PDF)

See our In The News page for special items of interest.  There is information on invasive species such as Water Chestnuts and other valuable information.

See our Events & Activities  & Calendar pages for more information on upcoming events.

Be sure to check out our Photo Gallery for some wonderful pictures of our beautiful lake.

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