Lake Lowering This Fall

Dunlap Lake will be lowered about 6 feet this fall to allow residents to do shoreline and dock maintenance.

The water will be dropped around November 1 weather permitting.

If you are planning a project please submit a building permit application with drawings and a site plan as soon as possible.

Follow the link for the permit application and more information:

Dunlap Lake Association Board Meeting

Dunlap Lake Property Owners Association
Board Meeting July 25, 2016 At 7PM at 840 East Lake Drive

Dunlap Lake Property Owners Association
Board Meeting
July 25, 2016

1. Roll call-

2. Approval of minutes – June 27, 2016

3. Guest comments

4. Financial Report

5. Old Business

a. SSA

b. Annexations

6. Committee Reports

a. Fish and Wildlife – Walt

b. Legal – Al

c. Meetings, Elections & Social – Jim

d. Restrictions – Roy

e. Safety – Mark

f. Silt & Erosion – Craig

g. Web Page – Todd

h. Building – Andy

i. Common Areas – Lee

j. Dam Maintenance – Mike

k. Fireworks-Mike

7. New Business – Next meeting August 29

8. Adjournment

Parkway Fee

Hey everyone, if you got a letter saying you owe $1.00 that means your parkway fee was not included on the initial bill. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Dunlap Lake Home Receives Green Thumb Award

Gene and Joni Peters love to travel, but every time they pull out of their driveway, they ask, “Now, why are we leaving again?”

That’s because their property on Dunlap Lake in Edwardsville is a private paradise that gives them just as much pleasure as scenic vacation spots around the world.

The Peters are getting a pat on the back this month in the form of a Green Thumb Award from Edwardsville Beautification and Tree Commission.


Help the social committee choose whether we do a movie night on the water, a progressive dinner, a poker run, or just wait for the bonfire to get together again.

The next social committee meeting will be 7 pm Thursday, July 7 at 113 West Lake Drive. E-mail Carolyn at if you have suggestions, can attend or would be willing to help coordinate one event.

Fireworks Are A Go!

a079b218-ca2d-449b-8461-b11fc3800259Fireworks will still go on tonight. They may start early to be sure everyone gets home before another round of rain. There will be a warning blast before the show begins.

See you at the dam!