The link on the WQ Presentation tab titled Trail concepts will attach you to the SLT concept presentation Prepared by Barton & Loguidice, DPC for the village of Perry, town of Perry, and the town of Castile which are all working together to make this vision possible. This will present a visual of the trail, Perry Public Beach, and a possible nature trail at the south end of Silver Lake.
This report is now available on the Water quality tap of this website. There is a summary page available so you do not have to read the whole report.
Click on this link to read an article from the Daily News about a dredging project in Silver Lake.
Letters from residents are available on the “Dredging” tab of this website. If any Silver Lake resident would like to write a letter to their local elected official concerning dredging, contact the SLA.
Information on the DEC regulations of docks in the Region 9 area are available clicking on this link. The link is available on the Water Quality tab of this website.
The 2017 winter newsletters have been mail out to our membership. If you are a member of the SLA and did not receive your copy please contact the SLA to update your information. There is now a copy on our website available in a printed PDF format.
Passing on this information…
Click on the link, click the smaller page & it will expand to a legible size.
For the Silver Lake residents interested in the progress and information pertaining to the Silver Lake Trail, please click on this link provided by the SL Trail Committee.
Silver Lake State Park Boat Launch payment options
PUBLISHED: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2016 AT 12:30 AM Batavia News
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ARTICLE OPTIONSA ACASTILE — To provide more payment options for park visitors, the Genesee Sate Park Region announces that an automated vehicle use fee collection system has been installed at the Silver Lake State Boat Launch. Visitors may pay their vehicles use fee of $6 with exact change, credit cards or debit cards.
The Empire Passport, Access Pass and Golden Park programs will be accepted at this location. Participant in these programs should call the Letchworth park officers for information on how to use these programs at the facility. Call 585-493-3600 for Silver Lake State Park.
Attached is a report from WNY PRISM (Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management) on a study conducted in Silver Lake earlier this year. This will also be included on our Water Quality page when this post is deleted.