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On November 13, the final public input session was held for the City of Charlevoix/BIBCo Ferry Dock Optimization Study. Click HERE to view that presentation with final recommendations.

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2019 Membership

Click the link above to see our current membership list.


License plates available for $15 donation

Poker Run 2019

The 2019 LCA Poker Run was a Huge success!
Thank you to all the Sponsors, Donors, Volunteers and Participants.
For more information about this years event Click Here

Greenbelt Garden Demonstration

The Shoreline Greenbelt Demonstration Gardens were successfully dedicated on Sunday, June 9th. The next time you are in Boyne City, please free to visit our greenbelt gardens along the Lake Charlevoix shoreline at Sunset Park. Thank you to all who collaborated to make this project possible.

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Do You Treasure Lake Charlevoix? Become a Guardian!
The Lake Guardian program is designed to help everyone learn how to and then become better stewards of our beautiful lake. Read on to learn more about the program and how you can become a “Lake Guardian”. Read more.


Take your survey today

at: www.mishorelandstewards.org and click on “Rate Your Shoreland” in the upper right hand area of the home page. When you start the survey you must list your lake as Lake Charlevoix to help LCA win the contest.

As a further incentive to those who take the survey and go on to become Lake Guardians, the LCA will be holding a drawing this summer among our Lake Guardians with the winner receiving a $200 prize. Anyone who takes the survey and gets a gold rating will automatically be awarded Lake Guardian Status. Those rated as Silver can also qualify, usually by answering a few qualifying questions.

The MI Shoreland Stewards program is a statewide recognition program developed by the Michigan Natural Shoreline Partnership with heavy input from the Lake Charlevoix Association, Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council and many other lake associations to recognize lake shore property owners who protect their lake through good shoreline practices.