The purpose and mission of the Pequawket Lake Preservation Association (PLPA) is to represent the interests of the residents
and property owners on Pequawket Lake and its surrounding watershed. To this end, The PLPA will continually monitor, protect, and preserve the lake’s water quality along with the surrounding watershed ecosystem. The PLPA will create and nurture a community of lake and watershed stewards, occupants, and visitors; being always mindful that human interests and concerns need to be balanced when considering our natural environment.
About Pequawket Lake
Pequawket Lake is located in the town of Limington in York County, Maine. It is 1.2 miles long, and has a total surface area of 166 acres.
To learn more about Pequawket Lake please click here.
The By-Laws that were adopted in July of 2010 and govern PLPA's operations can be found here.
History of PLPA
In 1995 PLPA was formed to help improve the Pequawket Lake dam. Click here to read more about the formation of PLPA, the work it did with the dam, and past presidents.
Board & General Meeting Minutes
* Implement Grant 319 recommendations
* Become a Firewise Community
* Promote educational opportunities for all stakeholders
* Continue septic cleanings and replacements
* Continue to improve communications via website and other social media
* Develop PLPA organization structure to increase membership involvement and provide additional value for membership
* Pursue 501c(3) status for grant purposes
The mission of PLPA also addresses long term sustainability through awareness and education. Consequently, the Board, is considering educational opportunities that will support our mission. Topics being discussed are how to use and properly maintain your septic system, and the value of loons on our lake. Dates and times are being considered and the board is asking for more suggestions from our membership. If you have an idea that would be good for kids, or families just send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pequawket Lake (aka Horne Pond)