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Whitmore Lake Improvement Project

Whitmore Lake from above
This renewed project provides lake improvement to Whitmore Lake by providing control of invasive and nuisance aquatic weeds through chemical application and subsequent spot applications for a five year period (2012-2016). The special assessment district for the Whitmore Lake Improvement Project is situated within Northfield Township, Washtenaw County, and Green Oak Township, Livingston County. There are 868 parcels located in the district.



Publications & Reports

Financial Reports

Field Reports

Lake Management Plan - Annual Reports

Other Reports and Resources

  • 2006 Fishery Habitat Assessment Report: The information included in this report pertains to fishery habitat assessment conducted by SEAS on 27 June 2006.Fish on a Hook
  • March 15, 2006 - The Northfield Courant Newspaper: "Project Update": The Whitmore Lake Water Quality Advisory Board met to discuss the results of the 2005 lake management activities as well as the plans for 2006 and the renewal of the Whitmore Lake Improvement Project. The 2006 outlook for boating, swimming and fishing this summer is outstanding due to the efforts of the past and the continuing efforts to combat the spread of invasive hybrids and other nuisance species.
  • June 25, 2005 - The Northfield Courant Newspaper: "Whitmore Lake Quality Shows Marked Improvement": The Whitmore Lake Improvement Project is a three year lake management project coordinated by the Washtenaw County Board of Public Works on behalf of Northfield and Green Oak Townships.  The project involves yearly fishery, vegetation and water quality studies.  The data obtained from the studies is utilized to determine the types of control measures applied to stop the proliferation invasive species and improve the overall health of the lake.


Special Assessment District Information

Contact Information

Jeff Krcmarik
Environmental Supervisor
Phone: (734) 222-6865
Fax: (734) 222-3930

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