This is the Official Website of the SILVER LAKE ASSOCIATION
Silver Lake Association Mission Statement:
The purpose of the Silver Lake Association shall be to protect and improve the environmental quality of Silver Lake and its watershed, and the quality of life around the lake (recreational, commercial, industrial, and social).
Events and News Around Silver Lake
Our first SLA meeting that was held at the Silver lake Brewing Project was packed full with information about WQ projects, involvement in the community, and coming events. There were 22 people in attendance. The next meeting will be held at the Club on Silver Lake May 12th at 9am. All are welcome to attend.
April 14th, 2018 starts the SLA season with our first meeting being held at the SL Brewing Project! The SLA will be sharing information on FB and this website to include the wider group of SLA supporters. Thank you for your interest in all we do for the SL Residents. Be involved, be informed, be a Silver Laker!
The link below contains the April Agenda cover page and the contents of our meeting agenda on page 2 of the downloaded file.
Silver Lake residents are welcome to attend.
Spring time is the time to start thinking about the Home Owners of Distinction nominations! Included is an article from the committee of the HOD and Chairperson Linda Holz!
Home Owners of Distinction
It’s Summer Time at Silver Lake
There is still time to nominate one of your neighbors for the Silver Lake Association Homeowner’s of Distinction Award. To be eligible for this award the property must be within the boundaries of the Silver Lake watershed and also be developed and maintained by the property owners who demonstrate good environmental practices in the house, yard and their beautiful gardens.
This award was begun in 1997 and since that time twenty-nine properties/owners have been recognized. The winners of this award receive a Cracked Ice style trophy at Silver Lake Association’s Annual meeting in August, along with their names added to an award plaque on display at Silver Lake Marine.
A nomination form can be downloaded from the Silver Lake Association website silverlakeassociation-wny.org, from your tract director or
copy and paste the link below to your search bar.
.Submit a nomination before June 30th and the 2018 winners could be from your tract!!
The Winter newsletter is now available on the newsletter tab. Page 3 is the registration form for the 2018 WQ Golf Tournament held at the Silver Lake Golf Course. Also the “Early Pay” for SLA membership is included. There will be 19 member only merchant discounts this year. Click on the 2018 newsletter link, then click on the newsletter until the PDF version shows. Thank you for supporting the SLA!
A few new pictures are available on the Lake Life Tab. Ice fishing & winter thaw.
If you happen to miss the SLA news in the Perry Central School newsletter the “Buzz”, our Water Quality team and School Biology students are working together!
Two presentations are now available for your viewing (Water Quality tab). Slideshow #1 is the Silver Lake Experience presentation given by Frank Bright (Water Quality co-chair) and Ellen Folts (www.amandasnativeplants.com).
Slideshow #2 is the Water Quality presentation from the SLA Annual Meeting August 12, 2017.
Both have great information for everyone!
Roland Beck, from the State Park’s Office at Letchworth, and the SLA WQ Committee worked together to make available this very important disposal station. This will help alleviate the possibility of invasive species being transported into Silver Lake or from Silver Lake to another body of water. The Invasive Disposal Station is installed at the State Public Launch at the South west end of Silver Lake. Let us all do our part and use this valuable tool.
Welcome to Silver Lake, Wyoming County New York
Welcome to the Silver Lake Association Website. Silver Lake is located in Western New York, one hour Southeast of Buffalo NY, or one hour South of Rochester NY. Our 3 mile long lake is great for fishing and boating around the 7 mile stretch of it’s shorelines and watershed. On our website you will find events happening on and around Silver Lake, in our towns and villages of Perry and Castile, places of interest (ex. Letchworth State Park – 10 minutes away) and contact information. As our mission statement says, our organization of dedicated and passionate volunteers are here to keep Silver Lake Clean, safe, and beautiful for the present and for generations to come. Thank you for stopping in and hope you come and visit… if you don’t live or vacation here already!