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A couple of important items:


March Council Meeting

The March 9th Council Meeting was cancelled and will be held on March 23rd at 6:00, the second regularly scheduled meeting of the month.

Lake Drawdown

Due to the unseasonable mild end to Winter Indian Lake Borough Council has decided to bring the lake water level up to approximately 4 feet below normal pool. We have been at 8 to 12 feet below pool which was identified in the September 2021 listing of our E-news. To facilitate the increase, we closed the valve on Wednesday 3-9-2022. The valve will be manipulated once the water reaches the desired level and we will strive to keep this level until the valve is closed 4-4-2022. Allowing the level to stay approximately 4 feet below normal pool level will allow work on seawalls and docks to continue.
Our permit does require the valve to be closed “no later than April 4, 2022”. The permit does allow us to start refiling the lake sooner than the April 4th date. Therefore, we feel it our best interest to start raising the water level.
Questions please email-
Water Treatment Plant

The Water Committee is pleased to report that construction on the New Water Treatment Plant system is progressing according to schedule and is now approximately 80% Complete.
Construction that will affect some residents involve re-piping the 2 supply wells (#99 at the base of the Dam and #18B at Wenatchee Park), re-valving the Peninsula tank, and installing a new storage tank. These upgrades will cause some residents to lose water service for part of the day.   We will be posting E-News updates on outages as they are scheduled.
Commissioning of the new treatment system is to commence April 11,2022 and after cleaning, disinfection, and testing, we should be able to fully treat water starting in May 2022.
Questions can be directed to the Water Committee Chair at

The annual bills for Water, Sewer Maintenance and Service Corporation are being sent out in the next week.  If paying by check please remember to send a separate check for each bill received.  Checks will be returned to residents if they include more than once service.  We encourage residents to take advantage of our ePay system by visiting  If using ePay please be as specific as possible if paying for multiple properties to ensure that the payments get posted to the correct accounts.
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Boat license will start being sent out in April.  If your current Indian Lake Boat License says ‘2022’ on it, it expires March 31 and will need renewed for this season.  You can apply and pay on our website using the link below.  If you are not sure if you need to renew this year, please email Kirsten,
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Indian Lake Borough has a current opening to join our Roads and Maintenance Team. Please share the job listing below with friends and/or family that may be qualified or have interest.
Thank you,
Indian Lake Borough has an opening for a skilled laborer position. Candidates should have experience operating various types of heavy equipment including a backhoe and operating snow removal equipment.  Primary duties include road maintenance, snow plowing and other municipal maintenance tasks.  Position requires a high school diploma or acceptable equivalency diploma.  Applicant must possess a valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License, Class B CDL preferred and reside within 20 miles of Indian Lake Borough.  Pay based on qualifications and experience.  Indian Lake Borough is a drug free workplace and offers an excellent benefit package; including Paid Time Off and holidays, medical/vision/ dental/short term and long term disability insurance and retirement plan.  Send letter of interest, resume and references to Indian Lake Borough, 1301 Causeway Drive, Central City PA 15926.  E.O.E.

The Annual Meeting for the Service Corporation is scheduled for the Saturday after Mother’s Day Weekend, May 14, 2022 at 10:00 AM.  We had hoped to have the meeting this year, in person, at the lodge but due to scheduling problems the meeting will be held at the Shanksville-Stonycreek School.  Think Spring and hope to see everyone there!


The Indian Lake Anglers’ Club is dedicated to protecting and preserving our precious fishing resources at the lake.  If you and your family enjoy fishing at the lake, you should be a member of our club.  Your membership helps guarantee great fishing at the lake for years to come.  The club hosts a variety of fishing tournaments during the summer months, the most popular is our annual kids' tournament always held around the 4th of July.  Funds received from memberships also fund our annual fall fish stocking in which donations are matched by the service corporation and borough.   If you fish at the lake or would like to become a member and support the Anglers’ Club, please visit the Anglers’ Club page on the Indian Lake Borough website for an application or contact Greg Fenton of the club at  Your membership and support of the club are deeply appreciated.  Good fishing to all!
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The Indian Lake Borough Annual Drinking Water Quality Report for 2021 is available on the Borough website, Hard copies will NOT be mailed to each resident per the recommendation of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. If you wish to receive a hard copy, please contact the Indian Lake Borough Office at 814-267-4614.

This is a Public Notification of a TIER 3 Violation notice for the failure of Nitrite/Nitrate sampling. The lab sample that was sent did not get analyzed in the time frame required. The lab did not notify the water authority of this issue and therefore a Violation notice is issued. Once this was discovered, a new sample has been taken and analyzed. The Water authority is currently waiting for the lab results to publish.
Water Quality Report
Tier 3 Violation Notice
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