Lauderdale Lakes Lake Management District (LLLMD)


                                                       Mission Statement

The Lauderdale Lakes Lake Management District (aka Lake District) was created to undertake projects relating to environmental lake protection, lake management and other statutory responsibilities related to the lake, including enhancement of the recreational use of the lake and conservation projects within the Lauderdale Lakes watershed.

Latest News
The Lake District is seeking input from lake homeowners on the future uses of the Lauderdale Lakes  Golf Course property.  To collect that input a postcard was mailed to homeowners but the Google shortened url printed on the card was not readily readable (the last letter is actually a lower case 'L').  Please provide your input by February 16. 
Here is the link:    

Two Boating Safety Classes have been scheduled in 2015 Click here for details

The next Lauderdale Lakes Lake Management District board meeting will be held on Saturday, December 27, at the LL Community Center at N7511 Sterlingworth Drive at 9 am. Click here for agenda

The LLLMD annual financial audit report for 2013 is now available.  Click here

District Dialogue Vol. 24 No. 1 August, 2014 LLLMD newsletter  Click here

Pier Permit Application (rev. 9/16/14)  Click here

To contact us via email Click here

Quick Facts

  • The Lauderdale Lakes Lake Management District, formed in 1991, is a municipality, a unit of government, created under Wisconsin State Statute Chapter 33.  
  • The Lake District Board is composed of 7 commissioners, 5 of whom are elected and serve 3-year terms, 1 is appointed by the County (Walworth) and 1 is appointed by the local township (Town of LaGrange).  
  • The operation of the organization is funded by a general tax levy on the properties within the boundaries of the Lauderdale Lakes Lake Management District.
  • Located about 5 miles north of Elkhorn, WI 53121, it is bordered on the north by Territorial Road, on the east by Route 12/67, on the south by Plantation Rd and Lost Nation Road (including some points south), and on the west by County Road H.