Highland Lake Property Owners Associations Contributions.
2019 resident contributions is only $125. Click here for your dues payment form by mail or with our online option here.
Remember if you can contribute more to the Association than our standard dues/contributions, it is always welcome. These contributions are important to your lake community as it helps maintain the quality of the lake from plant management to stocking fish, maintaining the parks, the diving raft, improvements to the community and neighbor hood events.
Highland Lake Directory
The Highland Lake Directory is one of the most important documents that we have in our community. It lists our residents name address and phone number along with your unique boat identification number. Email addresses are not listed. Please feel free to print this document out or just visit the website when in need to talk to your neighbor. Should you know of other residents that may have moved make sure to let us know so we can keep our directory current. If you find an error in your information make sure to get this updated right away by updating your contact information by clicking here. Clickhere to see the 7/03/18 directory in PDF format.
HLPOA Resident Rules & Guidelines
Our association has created a few rules and guidelines with the help of our community which will help enhance your experience and enjoyment of Highland Lake. Please click here to learn more.
Adopted Lake County Nuisance Ordnance Now Released The new amendments to the Lake County nuisance ordnance now has some teeth. There are many changes listed and it appears that these will be enforced by the county. Things that we all have done in the past could now result in a fine, such as when you burn leaves or should your lawn get to tall. Please click here to read the updated ordnance.
Swimming Raft Rules And Wrist Band Notice Swimmers will be required to display a HIGHLAND LAKE RESIDENT wristband. Failing that, swimmers will be asked to leave the raft and the waters of Highland Lake until they can prove they are a resident or guest of a Highland Lake resident. New rules are posted on under the rules and information tab. Click here to view this information.
Officers who have the wristbands are as follows: SOUTH SHORE: Lorna Denig (847) 530-1514 Mike Kalstrup (847) 548-2401 Marilyn Henry (312) 618-4624 SOUTH CIRCLE: Maggie Keefe (618) 561-0312 Joe Bigalke (847) 363-8483 Larry Leafblad (847) 406-7180 WEST SHORE: Darren Ruback (847) 344-3268 EAST SHORE: Cindy Mittlestaedt (847) 543-4478 NORTH CIRCLE: Dave Coulter (847) 347-4685 John Sonnenberg (847) 922-5572 NORTH SHORE: Dennis Grube Grube1@comcast.net There will be four more officers who will join this list after we get permission to use their personal phone.
Make contact now because it won't be too many days before the raft is out and ready for summertime fun. (We are asking a $5 annual contribution to cover the cost of wristbands, motion activated lighting and bird deflection. This will be an annual charge.) In exchange for receiving the wristbands, an adult from each household will sign a letter verifying they have read and understand the new raft rules. We are suggesting that set of rules be posted in your home in a prominent place so that all family and guests can see. Your officers are grateful for all the input we have heard since last fall about the raft...we have done almost everything that was suggested. We wish you a wonderful, safe and fun summer among an incredible group of neighbors!
Boating On Highland Lake
Illinois DNR Fishing And Boating Rules Enforcement Make sure your boat is in compliance. Over the years there have been several occasions that the Illinois DNR was called out to to inspect boaters and fishermen. In many cases this resulted in substantial fines to our residents as either the boat was not registered with the IDNR, boat lacked the proper running lights for night operation, no PFD's were present on the boat and individuals did not have their fishing license. To have a happy, fun and safe boating experience for you and your guest make sure you are ready for any possible encounters. For further information to obtain a fishing license, fishing rules and regulations and register your boat on line click here. It's strongly recommended to read the Illinois fishing rules thoroughly before making your first cast to ensure you are in compliance. For general boating and fishing requirements click here. For the Illinois Boat Registration & Titling, click here or to just review the pamphlet click here.
Highland Lake Boat Stickers And also don't forget to contact your shore VP for your boat number and sticker as all boat used on our lake must have a Highland Lake boat sticker and your assigned boat number on it for proper identification.
Fishing On Highland Lake
Current Highland Lake Fishing Regulations and Guidelines Please take a few minutes to read through these important fishing regulations and guidelines before you go out on the lake. Many fish are stocked in our lake each year by your board via our residents dues. Some fish species will not reproduce naturally on our lake so certain limits and length have been established to ensure a balance fishery for years to come. Click here to view the regulations. For a small wallet size or tackle box size version click here.