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Debt/Tax Survey 8/15


The survey is now closed.

Click Here to see the results.  Comments will not be published.  If you wish to see your comments in print, please advise and we can do so.  Otherwise we consider them for Council use only.

2017 Drinking Water CCR

Each year, by June 30th, we are required to publish a Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) covering the water quality analysis for the previous calendar year. This year the 2017 report was issued on July 18, 2018. Click Here for another copy.

The DEP has required that we issue a public notice that we issued the report late.  Click Here for a copy of that Notice.


Anglers' Club


The Indian Lake Anglers' Club has published a series of fliers publicizing their Summer Activities.  Click Here to read all about it...

Click Here for a 2018 Membership Application; dues are only $25.

SwiftReach & Constant Contact

Thanks to our service providers, SwiftReach and Constant Contact, this site no longer requires or features registration or login or passwords, the best defense against the incessant hacking...  Login remains necessary only for administrators.

SwiftReach is the existing Emergency Notification Service (robo-caller) we use to make phone calls regarding water line breaks, road closures, weather emergencies, etc., in compliance with state and federal regulations.  

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New Lead and Copper Sampling Rules

For 2016, in-home monitoring for Lead and Copper has been enhanced and clarified.  See the links below for general information:  

Additional instructions regarding the sampling will be provided in a month or so for those selected for our 2016-2018 plan period sampling.

There are no lead pipes within the Borough's water distribution system, and no significant lead or copper has been detected in any previous testing; generally zero lead is present and copper is very low.

Community Events Calendar

A consolidated Community Events Calendar is now available.  Either click on the EVENTS Calendar tab on the menu bar of any page, or Click Here.

Mayor's Newsletter January 2018


Here is a link to Mayor's latest Newsletter kicking off 2018 at the Lake.

Click Here or on the link below:



Valve Locator Posts

As a result of our efforts trying to narrow-down water leaks this year, and the difficulties we had locating them, we have installed a number of new isolation valves.  Also in the process we found and have replaced a number of defective curb-side shut-offs for residences.

It is necessary that these valves, and all curb-side shutoffs, be clearly visible or marked so they can be easily located in emergencies, and can be readily avoided by snow-plows, delivery trucks and guests who may need to park along the roadways/berms. 

The Borough has purchased metal posts/stakes intended for this purpose.  This was done a number of years ago and many have been removed or knocked over.  [Some were 'reportedly' removed by residents who considered them eyesores, but I can't see anyone doing that on purpose...]

Please make a note of where your curb-box is located and check regularly that the locator remains upright, visible and effective.  If it gets knocked over or removed, please report it to the Borough Office.

Thank you for your cooperation.

NEW Smoke Signals Forum

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At our Town Meetings, Bill Kirkpatrick talks about our weeds.  Not all weeds are bad.  The weeds we deal with show we have a healthy, balanced Lake.  The 3 major weed types are covered in the links below:

Remember that different Lakes and bodies of water have vastly different environments.  Moving your boat/trailer between locations can be our biggest vulnerability to Indian Lake.  The following steps can greatly reduce the risk...
  • Dry your boat/trailer at least 7-10 days
  • Use a Chlorine/Bleach solution to rinse
  • Pressure Wash before launching in Indian Lake
  • Run Engine with boot/fresh water intake


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