The elevation of Hayden Lake, like other small lakes in North Idaho, is not managed. There are no dams on the streams that feed the lake, no gates open or close to control storage levels. There are also no controls on the out-flow. The lake elevation is entirely subject to Mother Nature and human usage.
Are you a landowner in the watershed? Are you interested in developing your property, cutting
The following is a message from Steve Meyer, the Chairman of the Hayden Lake Watershed
ISDA is planning noxious weed treatment, specifically Eurasian Watermilfoil, in the main-body of Hayden Lake. They anticipate an application of ProcellaCOR, a new herbicide recently approved for north Idaho, will take place between August 22nd and August 25th. This map shows treatment areas marked in blue.
The Coeur d’Alene River Ranger District of the Idaho Panhandle National Forests (aka the Forest Service) needs your input on a new forest-health project at English Point.
Author: Geoff Harvey The English Point trail system runs on roughly 300 acres of public
From Jeremey Varley, ISDA, to Mary Ann Stoll, HLWID via email: To all, Yesterday, ISDA
The next Meeting of the Hayden Lake Watershed Improvement District Board
is scheduled for Thursday, Nov 18, 2019, 6:30 PM
at Hayden Lake City Hall, 9393 N Strahorn Rd, Hayden Lake, ID 83835.Click here for the meeting agenda. This is a public meeting. All are welcome.