Town Meeting Presents: Outdoor Concert Accessible by Land and Water to benefit the Groton Lakes Association. July 10, 2021 4-8pm. Valet parking and moorings available. See you there!
Update on the weed treatment progress: The first treatment occurred at end of April and the second was on May 25th. A third treatment will occur Tuesday June 15th.
Dear Lake Residents, The first booster treatment for non-native invasive weeds will be applied on Tuesday May 25, 2021. Our lake specialist will be here this Friday surveying plants and posting the new restriction. The lake will be closed for twenty-four hours for...
2021 GLA Meeting Schedule Q1- Wednesday March 10 @7PM Via Zoom Q2- Wednesday June 9 @7PM Via Zoom Q3/4- Wednesday October 13 @7PM Via Zoom (annual elections)
Our returning swan is sitting on her nest, the muskrats are active as are the beaver. The bald eagle has made its appearance a few times and hopefully everyone has remained healthy through this pandemic.
Greetings Lake Neighbors and Friends, With Labor Day behind us and summer winding down, the Groton Lakes Association and the Great Ponds Advisory Committee wants to remind you of the very important vote taking place at Fall Town meeting Saturday October 3rd... Article...
Please have respect for these special islands and for your neighbors. If anyone sees trespassing, I would ask that you call the Groton Police at 978-448-5555.
The annual Independence Day Lost Lake/Knops Pond boat parade will take place on… You guessed it… July 4th!
Boats will gather near Sargisson Beach and the parade will start at noon on Saturday.
The Lost Lake/ Knops Pond herbicide treatment is Thursday, June 11, 2020. This treatment is being conducted as part of the annual campaign to control/ eradicate non-native invasive weeds in the lakes. Please see the chart for use restrictions.
While there is no imminent threat of a cyanobacteria outbreak on our lakes and ponds, the referenced short story and photograph, together with a CDC frequently asked questions will help you recognize what to look for if you bring your pets down to the shoreline.