Contributed by Robert Lang
CULP Project

  • Interface with GBRA on Lake Placid issues
  • Primary interface with Parks and Wildlife, Guadalupe County, other lake groups, TCEQ
  • siren and emergency notification systems.
  • Water testing results posted on the Springs Hill WSC web site
  • Email on lake conditions
  • Website (www.lakeplacidseguin.org)
  • Newsletters
  • Legislative issues
    • Member of Guadalupe Basin Coalition
    • Participant in Edwards Aquifer Restoration Implementation Plan
    • Instrumental in passage of article 12 of Senate bill 3 which protects the flow from the Comal springs
  • Water safety issues
    • Remove and mark obstacles
    • Hire extra law enforcement on busy week ends
  • City of Seguin long range plan
  • Clean Rivers program

View Officers & Board Members for 2015

General Meeting Minutes 8-27-16

Board Meeting Minutes 7-21-16

Financial Statement

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Citizens United for Lake Placid is organized to unite all members so that they may cooperate with each other in all activities necessary, useful, or expedient to the management and enhancement of the natural beauty of Lake Placid and to promote the prevention or elimination of threats to the enjoyment and safety of said lake and that of the members, by their union, will have greater strength in compelling the attention and assistance of others to this end.

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Lake Placid Conditions and Alerts

IMPORTANT: New Water Restrictions Apply to Landowners Along Hydro-Lakes....CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE


KNOW YOUR LAKE. FLOODING OR VARYING LAKE LEVELS MAY CHANGE, ADD OR EXPOSE LAKE OBSTRUCTIONS. PROCEED WITH EXTREME CAUTION.

  • Boat at your own risk. Familiarize yourself with the lake.
  • Lakes may contain exposed or submerged flood debris or natural obstructions or structures.
  • Channels and locations of previous obstructions may have changed.
  • Be aware of glass, metal, wire or other objects.
  • Remove or report any liquid-filled containers.

Respect all marked areas and review all lake regulations. Additional information can be found at www.gbra.org.

From GBRA resolution to establish restrictions on area lakes....CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE

 

Lake Placid Boating Rules

In addition to the State laws, there are additional ordinances which regulate boating on the hydroelectric lakes. The game wardens only enforce the State laws. The Sherriff’s Dept enforces them all. I have attached copies of the local ordinances. Here are the high points:

  • No surfing
  • No use of wake enhancing devices
  • Must stay 50 feet from anything when towing
  • No high performance boats
  • No boats with sleeping quarters
  • Maximum boat length of 24’, 28’ for pontoon boats

There is a zero tolerance agreement between the lake groups and law enforcement.

GBRA Resolution regarding use of recreational equipment

GBRA Resolution use of certain boating craft

Boating Capacity Study

Water Quality Reports
WATER TEST RESULTS
LAKE PLACID, TEXAS

Plants to Watch Out For
Have You Seen this Plant?       
Harmful Non-native Aquatic Weeds in Texas

Hydrilla

Water Hyacinth

 

 

Map and Driving Directions

Partners and Links

Emergency Notification Systems

ENS Application

Trash Contract Information

Tree Spraying

HELLO ZEBRA MUSSELS. GOODBYE TEXAS LAKES