“To Restore and Maintain the Health of Little Rock Lake.”
The Little Rock Lake Association was formed in 1961. The early association expressed interest in improving water quality as concern was noted about decreased fish populations. There are approximately 300 property owners on Little Rock Lake. In October 2009 the Lake Association had 240 members.
The Little Rock Lake Association was a 2002 participant of the Healthy Lakes and Rivers Partnership program. The Initiative Foundation in Little Falls sponsors this program. The Healthy Lakes and Rivers Partnership program was developed to help fill the gap between what state agencies are able to accomplish with regard to water quality management, and what local citizens believe should be done to protect or improve the quality of their lakes and rivers. Through the program, citizen leaders are given the tools needed to assist them in developing and implementing their own lake or river management plans. The Little Rock Lake Association prepared a lake management plan outline through this program. Significant elements of the plan were related to water quality, land and water use and fisheries, and aquatic vegetation.