This association is open to all property owners in and around the Pearl Lake area. Dues are a minimal $10.00 per year. Meetings are held 3 times per year. They are a great way to renew friendships and catch up on current events. If you have questions or concerns about anything on the lake, from noisy pontoons, to feral cats, to the gypsy moth problem, this is the place to make your voice heard. The association also plans and executes "Pearl Lake Day" every August with help from our friends at the Redgranite Fire Department. Learn more at the "Lake Association" box at the top of the page.
Pearl Lake now has its own "Little Free Library" check it out at 2980 County Road "EE".
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Welcome to the Pearl Lake, Wisconsin web site. We will strive to make it your "one stop shop" for everything that is our wonderful lake. The web site is yours, get involved in one of several ways. Like us on Facebook above, also another way to get involved is to e-mail your "Life on the Lake" photos. We will make every effort to post them to the site. If you have a news item or article send it to us and we will post as well.
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Pearl Lake is served by two great associations, the Pearl Lake Protection and Rehabilitation District and the Pearl Lake Property Owners Association. Below are brief descriptions of each, and a full page devoted to each body can be found from the menu bar at the top of the page.
The District is a government body formed under the State of Wisconsin Statutes Chapter 33. It levies taxes on the riparian property owners for the purpose of maintaining and promoting a healthy lake. It is served by an elected board of 5 commissioners as well as representatives from Waushara County and the Town of Leon. Particular areas of emphasis include weed control, Clean Boats, Clean Waters, and water clarity. This group meets 3 times per year on the same days as the Property Owners Association, and once over the winter months.