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The future of your Lake Community

"We now have Lake Associations in SEVEN States and MyLakeTown.Com is being used by  over 50 Lake Associations including New York State Federation of Lake Associations"  To See the list of Lakes currently using MyLakeTown.com click here.

MyLakeTown.com is the only online tool specifically built to give Lake Associations the things they’ve been wanting forever: A beautiful, easy to use website, helpful tools for the day-to-day of working as a board member, and a place that visibly increases the value of a Lake Association membership for homeowners.

With MyLakeTown.com, your Lake Association Board can save time, reduce costs, and increase revenues. It can simplify administrative duties, like collecting dues, contacting members and communicating the latest news.

For lake association members, MyLakeTown.com enhances life at the lake – even when they aren’t there. Members can easily get information on lake weather, news and events, connect with their neighbors, and find the resources they need to take care of their Lake Houses.

MyLakeTown.com makes membership in the Lake Association a must have. By stitching the community together and adding immeasurable value to membership, it is the tool for increasing membership.

Here’s the Best Part

MyLakeTown.com can be FREE for Lake Associations to use through a unique Business Membership program. Want to learn more?
Benefits / About Us  / Demo Videos
Or call us at 855-laketown (855) 525-3869

Here is what a few of our clients have to say about MyLakeTown.com

 

01.07.14 Danger, Thin Ice: Basic Safety...

With these up and down Temperatures, these are good tips to keep in mind.

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10.07.13 Harmful Algal Blooms (EPA)

Here is great information from the EPA on Algal Blooms
http://www2.epa.gov/nutrientpollution/harmful-algal-blooms

Harmful algal blooms are a major environmental problem in all 50 states. Known as red tides, blue-green algae or cyanobacteria, harmful algal blooms have severe impacts on human health, aquatic ecosystems and the economy.

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