How To Help

Who We Are

This Non Profit Organization was incorporated in Oct 1956. Your Twin Lakes Improvement Association is seeking all property owners to join our membership.  There are several benefits to joining.  Meet your neighbors  and other property owners who share your love of Twin Lakes. Let your voice be heard on future decisions affecting the lakes. Share your expertise and desire to improve the life experience on Twin Lakes.

Join Twin Lakes Improvement Association

This Non Profit Organization was incorporated in Oct 1956. Your Twin Lakes Improvement Association is seeking all property owners to join our membership. There are several benefits to joining. Meet your neighbors and other property owners who share your love of Twin Lakes. Let your voice be heard on future decisions affecting the lakes. Share your expertise and desire to improve the life experience on Twin Lakes.

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Support Projects of Twin Lakes Improvement Association

Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to support Twin Lakes Improvement Association. Our goal is the improvement and ultimate preservation of the historic and natural values of Twin Lakes for all users. To donate to a project, please click the Donate button to the right and choose a project from the drop-down. Current projects we are fundraising for: Fish Creek Restoration Project, The Channel Restoration Project, and the Legal Fund.

Beer, Brats, and Band

Join us August 3rd for the Beer, Brats, and Band fundraiser. Click the button to the right to purchase a ticket for $10.

Dear Twin Lakes Neighbor

The Twin Lakes Improvement Association (TLIA) has been working hard to facilitate some positive steps toward improving access through the channel. TLIA submitted a permit February 2019 to suction dredge about two feet of sediment across a 60-foot wide navigation channel between the Narrows at Upper Twin Lake down to the bridge at the entrance to Lower Twin Lake and to the boat launch. Approximately 6,800 cubic yards of sediments will be pumped from the Channel up to the sand pit north of the road on Upper Twin Lake where it will be dewatered. It will then be loaded and hauled about 3 miles to be used as an agricultural soil amendment. The board retained the services of an experienced company to help us implement the project.

Estimated project costs are approximately $160,000- $180,000. The project may take 6-7 weeks to complete. This spring, the Board will apply for a federal 319 grant, which is how the Fish Creek restoration project was funded. If we receive the grant, 60% of the project would be funded leaving us with about $64,000-$72,000 to contribute, or with in-kind work. We will update you on this project as more information becomes available. If you have questions about the project, please contact Mike Knowles at (509) 863-4359, Doug Jayne (509) 710-7188, or Debbie Andrews at (724) 553-8779.

THIS IS WHERE WE GET INVOLVED. We need your help in raising money for this project. We are hopeful you will see the need to join with a donation and help us fundraise to make this worthwhile project a reality.