• Oct2018

    Cougar Tips

    October 17, 2018

    Dear Members; PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THERE HAVE BEEN SIGHTINGS OF A COUGAR IN THE LAST COUPLE OF WEEKS AT FISHHAWK LAKE. This week it was seen on Fishhawk Road. There have been at least two other sightings since last summer. PLEASE KEEP YOURSELF AND YOUR PETS INSIDE ESPECIALLY AT... read more

  • Aug2018

    FLRC Library Update

    August 30, 2018

    The FLRC library, located on the island, has been reorganized! The VHS tapes have been removed, making space for even more DVD’s and books for your enjoyment.Come check out your reorganized FLRC library and find something to borrow for a cozy winter day! About the Library

  • Oct2017

    Please remember if you are gone longer than 48 hours to turn your water off at the curb otherwise FHL has fines they can impose due to our water policies   ( Water Shut off Fines v3)  …..some homes  share at the street with other homes.   If so, please check with... read more

  • Jul2017

    2017 Annual Meeting Info   The Project Solutions Committee and Fishhawk Lake volunteers have produced a short informational video that describes the Committee’s recommendation to reduce the risk of flooding and improve the water quality of Fishhawk Lake. Please see the attached link to view this video. Thank you! July... read more

  • Apr2017

    Wow what a party!     And what a special surprise for Bob and Lou Yoder when our new sign was revealed –renaming the clubhouse —the Yoder Community Center.     We served 260 burgers and  100 hot dogs –and with everyone bringing sides and desserts –we had PLENTY for... read more

  • Oct2016

    FHL 2017

    October 13, 2016

    If you notice low water pressure at your home indicates leak in your area –please contact Kevin Adolphson, Jim Dahlquist, Vic Dykstra  so they can track down the leak and keep our tank full.     REQUIRED:  water must be turned off  outside your home when gone for more than... read more

  • Mar2016

    Firewise Program

    March 14, 2016

    Fishhawk Lake participates in the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Firewise Program.  This program teaches people how to adapt to living with wildfire and encourages neighbors to work together and take action now to prevent losses. We do this by cleaning up dead and downed debris from the bushes and trees... read more

  • Aug2015

    If you are leaving your property for more than two days, please make sure you turn off your water at the main.  Additionally, when you do return to your property, please complete an inspection to make sure that there is no leak btween the curbside stop and your home.  If... read more