The Village of Third Lake is excited to announce the first Venetian Night Parade to be held on August 21st, 2021. Don’t miss this fun, family friendly event with prizes! Our first theme is, “anything goes.” If you can dream it, then build it! Decorate your boat like an ark, a hippy bus or even a pirate ship, the possibilities are endless and the choice is yours! Winners are judged on creativity based on the theme, costumes, and decorations. 1st place wins a trophy, free registration sticker and launch key for 2022. Judges will compile the votes that evening and a winner will be announced. Runner up will be the people’s choice based on the most votes from calls, emails, and Facebook tallied for two weeks after the parade.
The parade will set sail at approximately 6:30 PM near the Lake Ave. boat launch and will circle the lake in a counter clock-wise motion along the edge for all homeowners to see. Line up starts at 6PM at the launch with the parade commencing at 6:30PM. Register your boat today by emailing email@example.com.
For more details, email Vstevens@thirdlakevillage.com or call Victoria Stevens at (847) 223-8422.Lakeside residence can participate in deciding the people’s choice winner by voting via Facebook, emailing Vstevens@thirdlakevillage.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling 847-223-8422.
Residence surrounding or on Druce Lake and neighborhoods in Third Lake not on the water can view the parade from the boat launches.
Keep your eye open on the lake for any tie up parties after the parade.
Thank you and may the best boat win!
Your friends at the Village of Third Lake.
A rain date is scheduled on August 28th, 2021 if necessary.
On August 5th, 2021 please join the Lake County Health Department for an, “Explanation of Aquatic Weeds.” At 2PM please bring your kayaks, paddle boards, or canoes over to the Mariner’s Cove boat launch on Third Lake. Due to the shallow depths you will be exploring along the edges of the lake, we do not advise motor boats participating at this time. There is no fee for this event so if you wish to participate, please email the Village at email@example.com so you don’t miss out!
Clarke will be applying the herbicide application on Third Lake on Monday, July 12th, weather permitting. The treatment will target Eurasian water milfoil which is an invasive species. There is no treatment for Druce Lake as this time. The water levels in Druce Lake are too low and Clarke is unable to launch the boat needed to complete the recheck.
There are no restrictions for swimming, however, there will be a 5 day irrigation restriction immediately following the application. Any residents utilizing an irrigation pump to draw water from the lake to water lawns, trees, landscaping, food gardens or flowers will need to discontinue using the system for 5 days; until Saturday, July 17th.
The Village just received word from the Lake County Health Department that the water sample taken from Druce Lake beach is unsafe for swimming. The LCHD tests the beach every other week for E Coli bacteria. They will be out today (6/29) to retest. Please continue to check the Village website for updates. Additionally, since rain events tend to lead to elevated bacteria levels in the water column, the LCHD advises that persons avoid swimming after a large rain event.
On Monday, June 21st the Board of Trustees passed several ordinances at the monthly Board Meeting. These ordinances were in need of updating. If you would like to read the ordinances, please click the links below:
Yellow flags are down. The rain and wind this weekend broke down the algae blooms on the lake and the water is looking clear. Even though the blooms are no longer visible, the Lake County Health Department still advises, “WHEN IN DOUBT STAY OUT” because blooms can change over time and move to different areas of the lake. If you see a bloom, please notify the Village as soon as possible so that it can be tested. It would be helpful if you email the village (firstname.lastname@example.org) a picture of the algae and the location where it is spotted. Thanks for your help in keeping our residents safe, especially our little ones and pets who are the most vulnerable to the toxins from blue green algae.