Lake Harmony is a privately-owned, non-navigable lake. The Lake Harmony Group (LHG) is the owner of approximately 80% of the Lake Harmony lakebed, as well as a number of private unopened streets (“paper streets”) which provide access to the lake for members of the Lake Harmony Association (LHA) and the Lake Harmony Estates Property Owners’ Association (LHEPOA). LHG is controlled by a board that consists of the following: 3 voting members selected by the LHA, 3 voting members selected by the LHEPOA, and, as non-voting members, the Presidents of LHA and LHEPOA. LHG is a not-for-profit corporation and all persons involved are doing so without compensation.
LHA and LHEPOA, working together through the LHG, have the responsibility to preserve, control and maintain Lake Harmony. Among other things, LHG is responsible for rules and regulations for the safe commercial and non-commercial use of the lake and the paper streets, storm water management, maintenance of the lake and paper streets, lake water quality, ownership and placement of navigational buoys, and licensing of slips on the paper streets.
LHG operations are funded by commercial licenses, watercraft permit fees and slip licenses, as well as contributions from LHA, LHEPOA and the Lake Harmony Watershed Preservation Group (LHWPG), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation.
Lake Harmony is the special place we all love. With our support it will remain the special place for generations to come.