To protect and preserve our valuable natural resources for current and future generations.
It is the mission of the Fifty Lakes Property Owners Association (FLPOA) to:
- Promote responsible stewardship of our land and water resources by all property owners in the city of Fifty Lakes.
- Provide information to our members on best management practices of lands and waters.
- Coordinate and work with other associations, organizations and agencies of government to share experiences and opinions.
History of the Fifty Lakes Property Owners Association
The association had its’ beginning in 1991 as the Fox Lakes Association. On August 10, 1991 a meeting was called for all the property owners on East and West Fox Lakes. The meeting was held at the Fifty lakes Sportsmen Club building. That building is now known as the Fifty Lakes Foundation.
Approximately eighty property owners attended the first meeting and voted to form the association. A board was elected and began the process of organizing the association. Monthly board meetings were held and at meeting in October 1991, committees were formed to address issues that were identified. The first set of by-laws was approved at a general meeting May 21, 1994.
In 1996, the board began talking about expanding the association to include property owners on all the lakes in Fifty Lakes and all property owners in Fifty Lakes. A vote was taken at the annual meeting in 1996, to approve expanding the association to include all property owners in Fifty Lakes. The name was changed to The Fifty Lakes Property Owners Association and a new set of by-laws was adapted August 23, 2003.