Monday January 27, 2020

Lake Plan

In May 2004, the Board of Directors of Halls and Hawk Lake Property Owners Association formed a committee to develop a Lake Management Plan (LMP). The purpose of the LMP is to identify the significant social, natural and physical features that make the three lakes (Halls Lake, Hawk Lake and Little Hawk Lake) and surrounding areas a desirable place for people to live, visit and earn a sustainable livelihood.

The Lake Management Plan, which was completed in June 2006, recommends a series of actions that will ensure the long-term sustainability and healthy existence of the three lakes for future generations. These actions encompass the lakes’ health, beauty, wildlife habitat and recreational opportunities as well as opportunities for residential and commercial development.

The Lake Management Plan is a living document that will continue to evolve over time as individual circumstances and issues occur and new information becomes available. It is the intent of the Association to review the document every five years to establish new direction to meet current issues.

Lake Plan Mission Statement

  • To protect and enhance all elements contributing to the Quality of Life in the Halls, Big and Little Hawk Lakes community.
  • To identify government-managed issues, such as Trent Severn Waterways Coalition for Equitable Water Flow, that affect the Quality of Life and to influence their resolution.
  • To foster educational, social and stewardship programs that support the spirit of the Lake Plan.

To review the Lake Management Plan please view one of the following documents: