It is often asked “What is the difference between Lake Beulah Management District (LBMD) and Lake Beulah Protective Assocation (LBPIA)?” To follow is a brief summary:

Lake Beulah Management District (LBMD) is a government body made up of elected leaders who represent: Lake Beulah Riparian Owners, Town of East Troy, and Walworth County.  These elected leaders are responsible for the health of the lake including the shoreline and watershed.  LBMD’s main objective is to preserve and protect the waters of Lake Beulah as well to promote the safe use of its waters for recreation and leisure activities.  Everyday responsibilities of LBMD consist of harvesting the aquatic plants (weeds) & monitoring the health of the lake’s chemistry, clarity and cleanliness.  Lake Beulah is considered a pristine lake and LBMD is committed to carrying on this legacy for future generations to enjoy.

The Lake Beulah Protective and Improvement Association (LBPIA) is a member-based organization dedicated to preserving the quality of Lake Beulah’s natural resources and sustaining its inviting environment. LBPIA is dependent on annual dues from its members for its funding. All who use and enjoy the lake are welcome as members. Begun in 1894 as a collective effort to manage lake issues, the LBPIA has grown into an effective organization seeking to assure that the pristine quality of the lake remains for future generations.

Back to Normal

Lake Beulah “Slow No Wake” has been lifted.  Please follow normal rules of the lake. 


9/13/19 Due to the excessive amounts of rain, we are closely monitoring the lake level.  2 boards have been removed from the dam.  SLOW NO WAKE until further notice. 

Dangerous Floating Debris

What should someone do when they see dangerous debris floating in the lake?   Call the Hot Line at (262) 363-5359.


What do I do if no one answers?   Leave a message.

What do I do if the line is not answered or is not active?  Call the Town of East Troy police at (262) 642-3700 and report it to them.



The manufacturer of the most popular fire extinguishers on the market, are recalling about 40 years of product.  It is not a safety hazard by itself; but if people try to use them, there is a chance the activation handle may not operate properly.  The Kidde Corp will replace old extinguishers with brand new ones – for free.  Refer to the links below for further details.


CONGRATULATIONS LAKE BEULAH RIPARIAN OWNERS AND RESIDENTS!   Judge Valerie Bailey-Rihn recently handed down an important landmark decision that will go a long way in protecting lakes and streams in Wisconsin from high capacity wells.  As you may remember several years ago the Lake Beulah Management District sued the Village of East Troy over there placement of a high capacity well directly in the aquafer feeding the lake.  Over the ensuing months and years the District persevered in the case and had to take it all of the way to the Wisconsin Supreme Court.  The results of this effort and money spent was a victory for Lake Beulah known as the Lake Beulah decision.  In the recent decision, Clean Lakes vs Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources,  the Third District Circuit Court repeatedly cited the Lake Beulah decision and was a primary factor in the decision.   The Lake Beulah Management District is exceeding proud of the role we and all of Lake Beulah residents played in the protection of the waters of Wisconsin.

We have posted the whole decision for those who may choose to read it:   Clean Wisconsin v DNR high cap well decision.pdf (00735608xC3B04)