Memorial Day Weekend/Kickoff to Lake Season
May 5, 2014
With the lake season quickly approaching, it is important for all boat operators to review Lake Stonycreek’s Rules and Regulations [.pdf], as well as the PA Boating Handbook [.pdf]. Let’s make this summer the most safe and enjoyable season yet. Can’t wait to see you out on the water!
Lowering the Lake
Mar. 20, 2014
The Lake Stonycreek Board is planning to lower the lake in the Fall 2014 to allow for dock and shoreline maintenance. The Board is also considering leaving the lake lowered over the winter to help reduce weeds. This will be further discussed at the Shareholder’s Meeting that will be held on Friday, May 23.
The downstream work on the dam outlet structure was completed this fall and work is now stopped until spring. Work completed through December included slip-lining the existing discharge pipe and installing the new downstream valve and headwall (see photo). Work will re-commence this spring and will include installing the upstream sluice gate and gate house building. The lake will not be lowered to perform this work. Work is on schedule and on budget to be completed by Memorial Day.
The first annual fishing derby was a great success. With 29 registered children ages 3-14, eight won 1st and 2nd place trophies. The total number of fish caught was 376 and each participant went home with a prize. The Stonycreek Valley Development Corporation (SVDC) would like to thank everyone who participated, helped with the event and made a donation. Check out photos from the event »
EVENT: 1st ANNUAL LAKE STONYCREEK KIDS FISHING DERBY [.pdf]
Join the Stonycreek Valley Development Corporation (SVDC) for the 1st Annual Lake Stonycreek Kids Fishing Derby on Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013. The event is free and open to all kids ages 3-14. For more information regarding prizes, times, and rules and regulations, please view the informational flyer [.pdf] or contact the SVDC.
DEP Approves Stonycreek Dam Repair [.pdf]
July 2, 2013
DEP-Division of Dam Safety approved our plans to replace the downstream valve, slip-line the existing discharge pipe and install a new upstream sluice gate in the dam. The SVDC Board will bid the construction work in July with the intent of commencing the work in September. The project will be bid with the options of performing the work with and without a lake drawdown. The price will ultimately dictate if a drawdown will occur. The Board will update the website with additional information as it becomes available. More [.pdf] »