Last Update 06/08/2018
Please join the LSPOA Board of Directors in welcoming Brittany Green as the new Lake Manager. Brittany is a 25 year resident of Lake Santee who is passionate about our community. After graduating from North Decatur High School, Brittany went on to earn her degree from Indiana University. She demonstrated strong leadership skills, the ability to learn quickly and be adaptable as she rose quickly through the ranks for Stage Stores and again in the US Navy.
Since leaving the US Navy, Brittany has returned to make the Lake Santee community her home. She was most recently working for Cummins Corporate Health and Safety Team. In additional to remodeling her home on Kiowa Trail, Brittany is also adding on to her degree. She is currently enrolled in a Business Management degree program at IUPUI-Columbus.
With the spring and summer season fast approaching please help our Gate attendants, Recycle attendant and our Security Personnel by displaying your 2018 member permit on you vehicle.
Vehicle Rule: 3.4 Automobile permits must be displayed on the left front bumper, or left windshield, clearly visible to security.
By displaying your permit our staff can be assured that only authorized members and their guest use our facilities.
Dues and Assessments were past due on April 1st
Dues and Assessments notices were mailed Thursday, February 15th.
They were due Thursday, March 1st and were past due after Sunday, April 1st.
2018 Dues and Assessments are $660.00 plus 10% for any additional lots.
Trivia with Bill at Dockside Bar and Grill every other Thursday at 7:00pm. See the Events Calendar for specific dates.
April 2018 Smoke Signals
Click here to view the April 2018 Smoke Signals online.
The gates on the spillway have been closed and the Lake will be filled back to summer pool.
A Sign That Summer is Coming!
The Lake Office began Summer Hours on March 3rd
Monday – Friday 9:00am-4:00pm
Evenings by appointment.
Security is always available at (812) 560-1133 &
On-Call Maintenance is available at (812) 560-1157.
Lake Santee Regional Waste and Water District Office
Monday – Friday 9:00am-4:00pm
Closed Saturday and Sunday
Due to the freezing and thawing of the lake we have experienced a kill of some Gizzard Shad. Gizzard shad are a highly sensitive species. Rapid changes in temperature or water quality can lead to stress within the shad population that can leave them more vulnerable to disease and death. Changes in temperatures and freezing and thawing of the lake, impacted this spices. Large gizzard shad provide no benefit to the lake Santee fishery and can actually be detrimental to an ecosystem, so the loss of this many shad is actually beneficial. This type of die off typically just happens during winter months and is hardly noticeable.
Remind is now implemented for Lake Santee. It is a real-time messaging system for emergency information to be disseminated to the property owners. Only emergency information will be sent out, such as severe weather, criminal activity, etc.
In order to sign up for this service please email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or drop a written request by the office with your choice of notification method. Be sure to include your full name and lot number. If you would like a text, please give us your cellphone number. If you prefer to receive notifications by email, please give us your email address. You may do both.
Once you are entered into the system, you will receive the following message: “You were added to the Lake Santee Members with Lake Santee on Remind!”
This is the same program used by the schools to communicate between the school, teachers, parents and students, except this will be a one way communication to you.
The Lake Santee Property Owners Association Board of Directors appointed a Long Range Planning Committee in 2016. The findings of this committee were presented to the LSPOA Board of Directors in this report and can be viewed by clicking on the report.
Previously the LSPOA Board of Directors had appointed a Long Range Planning Committee in 2006. The findings report from that committee is available by clicking on the report.
Trash / Recycle Center
Winter Hours at the Trash / Recycle Center will begin October 10th.
Winter Hours are:
Tuesday and Thursday 3:00pm to 5:30pm
Saturday 9:00am to 1:00pm
Sunday 1:00pm to 5:00pm
Please Use the Main Entrance
All commercial traffic in to Lake Santee should use the Main Entrance, Wrenn Parkway, off of County Road 400 North.
Looking for Volunteer Firefighters
Clarksburg Community Volunteer Fire Department is looking for persons age 18 or over interested in serving the community as a volunteer fire fighter. Please contact Chief Brad Speer at 812-527-2115, or visit the Clarksburg Community Volunteer Fire Department website at www.clarksburgfiredept.org.
Little Free Library
The “Free Little Library” is located just outside the Lake Office. Thank you to the Greensburg Public Library, FFA, & Payten Ewing for this addition to the Lake.
Take a book — Return a book
Secure Outgoing Mailbox Available
There is a Secure Outgoing Mailbox available for use by residents. The Outgoing Mailbox is located in the main parking lot, just east of the ATM. Outgoing mail should be deposited by 10:00am for same day pick up.
Thank you to the Lake Santee Booster Club for providing the mailbox.
50th Anniversary Book
1965 – 2015
A few copies of the beautiful Lake Santee 50th Anniversary Commemorative Book are still available at the Lake Office for only $5.00 each. This special keepsake edition chronicles the first 50 years of history of Lake Santee complete with beautiful photographs and stories depicting the development of our community. If you haven’t picked up your copy yet, this is your chance to get one before they are gone.