P.O. Box 573, Angola, IN 46703

A Message From Your Board


Here are a few items for your information and your calendars:

Blue Green Algae was found near Casey's Cove Marina on Friday, September 14. Attached is a fact sheet to provide you with information. A couple of important points include washing any area of human skin exposure to the algae with plenty of soap and water. And keep your pets out of the water. If a pet has been exposed, try to wash the algae off as best you can. You may want to contact your Veterinarian for more information. Read a Blue Green Algae Fact Sheet

A. We have been notified of a proposal to sell water from the aquifer that serves several counties in 3 states including our own Steuben County. This could be highly detrimental to our drinking water supplies as well as our natural lakes. Please take a look at Save Michindoh Water for more information. In addition, a meeting on this topic is scheduled for Wednesday, September 12, 6:30 PM, at the Fremont Public Library.

B.  The waste district shared some reminders. The Steuben County center is at 2251 W County Rd 175 N right next to the 4 H Park on our lake. They continue to receive yard waste including grass, leaves, trimmings, etc. at no charge.
They also now take household trash for a fee. For example, a level pick up fee is $50 and an overfull load is $60. A trash bag full is $5. They also take appliances, furniture, bedding, tires, and even old boats at a cost of $20 per foot. The Crooked Lake site is open 8 AM-7PM Mon through Fri, and Sat from 8 AM - 3 PM until mid November. Hours are reduced during the winter. Call 260-316-1312 for more information.
The waste district also takes paint, oil and chemicals at their Ashley site,  call 260 587-3063

C. We were told the public beach was closed at the county park in early August because of a high bacterial count in one of the weekly water samples taken at the beach. The good news is the beach is back open. For more information, contact the Steuben County Health Department 260-668-1000, Extension 1500.


 

Become a Sponsor of the Freedom Five Race

Open a Sponsor Application Form

 

Take a look at Freedom Five page for more 2018 photos.

   From left, Jacob Scott, Madeline Scott, Susan Hull,
Stephanie Scott, Sarah Brunson and Justin Scott

Whats New-
Website Updates

Indiana Boating Regulations-Read

2018 Republic Services Trash and Recycling Calendar- Printable Calendar

2018  Indiana Boater Education Class-go to Lake Environment page for this years course in the area.


Read the latest Board Minutes that can be found on the Public Affairs page.

Check out the recent additions to the History page and added photos throughtout the site.


2018 Summer Calendar

We look forward to seeing you at our Memorial Day meeting as we kick off the new lake season! (*Indicates Crooked Lake Assn Sponsored Events)
                Print this Schedule

May 28 9:00 am*-Memorial Day meeting at the 4H Park


June 16th. 8:00 am – 3:00 pm  Safe Boating Class


June 22-24-Sandbar Music Festival

June 30*-Crooked Lake Garage Sale

June 30*- Fireworks on Saturday at Dark

June 30*-Light the Lake Red at 10:00 PM

July 4th*-6th Annual Crooked Lake Freedom5

July 6-7 Balloons Aloft-at Angola High School

September 3rd 9:00 am*-Labor Day meeting at 4H Park

 

 

Membership Dues

If you are not currently a member of our association, please consider joining. Dues are $75 per year. This includes a discount on your garbage pick-up cost. You can mail your dues to Crooked Lake Association, P.O. Box 573, Angola, IN 46703. Any association officer or board member would also be glad to take your membership information. Please make your check payable to the Crooked Lake Assn., Inc.

Click here to download a printable dues form:

2018 Printable Dues form

We now accept Pay Pal as an available payment method. We can accept payments for dues, donations,  and race registration payments. We have had several members suggest that we should accept payments online. As always we still will accept cash and checks. For those who are not familiar with Pay-Pal, it is a way for us to accept payments online and also accept credit card payments. If you do not have a Pay-Pal account we can still accept your major credit card for payment. You can print a form and fill out the credit card information and send in for payment. We will also be at the Memorial Day meeting and be able to swipe your credit card for payment. We hope you find this to be helpful and convenient.


Annual Dues





Important Meeting Dates

To find all of the meetings and services important to the Crooked Lake Association go to the Public Affairs page.


Lost and Found

To post a lost or found item, please email Al Christoules at albertc14@gmail.com with Lost and Found in the subject line. Please include all pertinent information about the item, including best way to contact you and your item will be added to this site and a Facebook post will be made. Furthermore, please let us know when the item has been found or claimed so we can remove it. This email address will not likely generate a reply. To contact a specific board member, please see their contact information on the public affairs page. Thank you.

Found-A marker buoy floated into my pier. It can be found on the end of my pier located west of Captain’s Cabin, 3rd pier from the point (220 Lane 160) or call 765-425-6207.

 

 

 

Lake Snapshots

Have a recent photo?  Send it to us and we will try to post it here.

Fireworks Over The Lake

by Trishia Stites

Fireworks

by Sara Knafel

Late in the Day Moment

by Dana Murphy

Aquatic Lake Flowers

by Sara Knafel

WHO WE ARE

The mission of the Crooked Lake Association is to maintain and improve the quality of lake living for all properties that surround our beautiful lake community. We are a group of individuals, moms and dads, old and young, employed and retired, that strive to achieve this mission by volunteering our time and talents to the association.

GET IN TOUCH

Crooked Lake Association
P.O. Box 573
Angola, Indiana 46703
P: (260) 485-3176
Fax: (260) 485-8694
Email Us For Information
 

What Your Association Can Do For You

Read about Crooked Lake Association and Join Us-Open the printable membership form

A deer was spotted jumping into the lake on the second basin in early July. The animal died soon after and we learned it may have been afflicted with a disease commonly called "blue tongue". According to Lance Tresenriter, DNR Wildlife Biologist for this area, deer can be tested for the disease, but only within 24 hours of the animal's death. Lance's phone number is 260 367 2186. A fact sheet is attached for your information.