Welcome to www.mySandyLake.com ... the official Sandy Lake Improvement Association (SLIA) website
The purpose of this association and the general nature of its duties shall be to maintain and improve the body of water in Sherburne County known as Sandy Lake and to increase the popularity of our common interests among Sandy Lake residents. We want to have fun and develop friendships when we are together working on projects. We encourage all Sandy Lake residents to become association members. On this site you will find updates from the Sandy Lake Improvement Association including important information about our lake.
We are happy to see the loons back again this year! There is nothing more beautiful than seeing loons on our lake and listening to their soulful call at night while sitting by a lake campfire.
MN Fishing Regulations 2020
Our mission is to further promote the interests of our association and our members. We strive to make a difference by educating and providing valuable information within our lake community.
Sandy Lake Boating and Access Rules
Sandy Lake is one of the cleanest lakes in Sherburne County. Please help us keep our lake clean and safe by following a few simple rules. Be courteous, be safe and have fun!
SAVE THE TREES!
Prevent Oak Wilt - Don't Prune Oaks between April and August!
Oak Wilt prevention is easy. Do not prune, cut, injure or wound oak trees during the spring and summer months. If a tree wound occurs during this time, apply tree paint immediately.
Remember the A's to prevent the spread of Oak Wilt. Do not prune or cut any oak trees between the months of April through August.
SLIA Officers June 2019 - June 2021
President: Jeff Parent (763-442-8278) firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President: Jack Sjurseth
Treasurer: Sharon Fischer
Secretary: Melissa Brinwall
Facebook: Bonnie Menshek
Secchi Disc Reading: Ray Peters
Website: Linda Ferris
Annual Dues can be paid at a lake meeting or picnic to the SLIA Treasurer or at any time to any SLIA Officer. $30
The Sherburne Country Sheriff's Office Recreational Enforcement website states that any structure placed in the water overnight and not extending from shore must have a permit from the Sherburne County Sheriff's Office. Structures may include swimming rafts and mats, buoys, and more. Any event held on the water must have a permit. This can include fishing tournaments, parades, contests and more. Permits are free and can be downloaded.
THANK YOU! ...to everyone who lit up the sky over Sandy Lake with a beautiful display of July 4th fireworks!!
Saturday, August 8, 2020
Hosts: Chuck & Terese Cullinan
... to all who participated in the
4th of July Boat Parade! You can see pictures on the SLIA Facebook page under Photos and Albums