About

The Black Lake Special District

The Black Lake Special District is a limited purpose local government separate from city, town, or county government. Revenue raised under the District will be used to protect and enhance Black Lake in terms of plant management and water quality, as well as address emerging issues related to managing the lake in accordance with the IAVMP and best interests of the property owners within the district. The purpose of the District is to serve the public welfare by improving and maintaining the water quality of Black Lake for local homeowners, those with lake access, visitors, fish, and wildlife. The goal is to maintain a healthy and ecological balance in the lake so that it may be enjoyed by swimmers, boaters, fishermen, and campers.

Contact

info@blacklakespecialdistrict.org
360-867-8814
120 State Avenue NE, #303
Olympia, WA 98501

The Black Lake Special District was created in Thurston County pursuant to chapter 85.38 RCW, SPECIAL DISTRICT CREATION AND OPERATION.

Chapter 85.38
RCW SPECIAL DISTRICT CREATION AND OPERATION
http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/default.aspx?cite=85.38

Commissioners

Lake Stintzi, lake@blacklakespecialdistrict.org

Vernon Bonfield, vernon@blacklakespecialdistrict.org

Brian Wilmovsky, brian@blacklakespecialdistrict.org