• Spirit Lake, Idaho

    Spirit Lake Property Owners Association

    Welcome to the Spirit Lake Property Owners Association web site.

  • Spirit Lake, Idaho

    Spirit Lake Property Owners Association

    Welcome to the Spirit Lake Property Owners Association web site.

Spirit Lake, Idaho

Welcome to the Spirit Lake Property Owners Association website. We are a 501(3) tax exempt non-profit association of individuals and groups with a common interest in protecting and preserving the environment of the Spirit Lake watershed. Membership is open to all who share our environmental concerns and contributions are tax deductible The IRS uses our formal name -"Lakefront Property Owners Environmental Assocation o Spirit Lake, Inc.", but we accept checks payable to SLPOA.
Please click on Latest News to see current articles and some older posts containing information about developments at Spirit Lake.

Association Membership
If you would like to become a member of the Association, please send dues in the amount of $40.00 to:

Spirit Lake Property Owners Association
P.O. Box 363
Spirit Lake, Idaho 83869



 

Latest News:

Monday, January 18, 2021 Sid Wurzburg
Lots of rain, then high winds.  The lake is up 19 inches in the last 2 weeks to 31 inches below normal high water. This is the highest its been this time of year for at least 20 years.  Winds uprooting and breaking trees left much of the Spirit Lake, Rathdrum, Athol areas without power for some time. Towns got power back in a few hours, but much of the lake's North shore was dark for 30 hours before the great Avista crews could replace poles and down lines, Those crews worked 36 hours, got 6 hours off then started a series of 18 hour work periods. Thank them if you see Avista workers.

Lots of down trees around, but I haven't seen any direct hits on homes here at the lake -though there are probably some out there. The wind was from the south which may have somewhat protected South shore cabins, but without  a boat in the nearly ice free main lake, I haven't been able to check that side out. It looks like we did not get nearly as much damage as Spokane.

3 p.m. addition:  4 Avista trucks and crews arrived at Bronze Bay launch and all crews boated across the lake. Apparently there are issues on the South shore too.