Drain Commissioner Legal Lake Levels
Legal Lake Levels

Lake levels are usually the elevation of the water surface above sea level, as depths in a lake can vary. The purpose of a legal lake level is to protect the public health, welfare, and safety; to preserve the natural resources of the State of Michigan; and to protect the value of properties developed around the lake per part 307 of Public Act 451.

Crystal Lake
Summer Level - 800.49 feet
Winter Level - 799.49 feet
Establishment - 1932
Hazard Level - Low

Duck Lake
Summer Level - 781.75 feet
Winter Level - 780
Establishment - 1963
Hazard Level - Low

Indian Lake
Summer Level - 902.65 feet
Establishment - 1975
Hazard Level - Significant

Lake Stanton
Summer Level - 894.1 feet
Establishment - 1970
Hazard Level - Low

Winfield Lake
Summer Level - 911.5 feet
Winter Level - 910.7 feet
Establishment - 1973
Hazard Level - Low