Bulletin Board

Click on the links below to view important information about things happening around Bass Lake.


Below are the steps for additional trash containers as well as clarity on the new adhesive stickers and the laminated window decals.​​​​​​​
The Bass Lake Property Owners Association 2023 Annual Letter is ready for distribution! Contained in this letter is contact information for officers and directors, the meeting schedule, events, golf cart procedures, trash pick-up guidelines, and other…
Download and view the by-laws of the Bass Lake Property Owners Association.
THE BASS LAKE FESTIVAL – will be held again during the last full weekend in July; July 24, 25 & 26, 2019.  The committee is dedicated to the Mission of the Festival: To showcase the beauty and diversity of the lake, promote local businesses, provide family…
The Bass Lake Conservancy District (BLCD) owns and operates the sanitary sewer system that provides service to homes within the District.  It also manages the Lake Pump, and works together with the IDNR on matters concerning weed control.  The BLCD meets…
The Boating Education and Safety Class is scheduled for June 26, 2021.
The Bass Lake Property Owners Association wish to inform you of rules and regulations concerning the operation of golf carts at and near Bass Lake. These regulations are determined by the Starke County Commissioners ordinance 2013-1021.
We continue to do what we can to keep our lake property protected. All volunteers donate their time, gas and cars to patrol our roads. We have several cars patrolling the Bass Lake area and making security checks on senior citizens living alone.
BLPOA SOCIAL COMMITTEE – Events that are currently scheduled for 2019.
Help support the development and maintenance of the North Judson Erie Trail and other Starke County trails. Download and print a copy of the PTC membership form. For more information about the Prairie Trails Club, please visit their website.
The Adopt-A-Buoy Program was set up to add buoys to areas of the lake to give our members more shoreline protection, but it needs your cooperation to be successful.  If you are an adopt-a-buoy volunteer, PLEASE CHECK THE BUOY ANCHOR CHAINS AS SEVERAL WORE…
Bass Lake is focused on healthy shoreline initiatives each year. This year we are in our final year of a Lake and River Enhancement (LARE) grant with the State of Indiana. There are benefits to installing glacial stone in front of concrete seawalls.