Lake Zoar Authority | Archived
The Lake Zoar Authority is a multi-town organization consisting of representatives from the four towns that border the lake - Monroe, Newtown, Oxford, and Southbury. The Lake Zoar Authority is tasked with the goals of improving water quality and promoting safe boating on the lake.
Lake Zoar Authority, Lake Zoar, CT, Connecticut, Newtown, Southbury, Oxford, Monroe
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Archived

September 2019 LZA Meeting

The regular meeting of the Lake Zoar Authority was held Tuesday, September 3, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. at the Southbury Town Hall. Click here to read the Meeting Minutes from the July 1st, 2019  LZA regular meeting...

2019 July -- Lake Zoar Slalom Club Proposed Water Skiing Course Location

PUBLIC NOTICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING

PUBLIC NOTICE OF PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) hereby gives notice that it will conduct a public information meeting under Section 15-134(c)(2) of the Connecticut General Statutes regarding an application submitted by Daniel O’ Donnell of 12 Bridge End Farm Lane,...

2019 Regular Meeting Dates

2019 Regular Meeting dates for The Lake Zoar Authority 1/8/19 7:00 PM Southbury Town Hall, 501 Main Street, Southbury, CT 06488 2/5/19 7:00 PM Monroe Town Hall, 7 Fan Hill Road, Monroe, CT 06468 3/5/19 7:00 PM Newtown Senior Center, 14 RiversideRoad, Sandy Hook, CT 06482 4/2/19 7:00 PM...

June 2019 LZA Meeting

The regular meeting of the Lake Zoar Authority was held Tuesday, June 4, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. at the Southbury Town Hall, 501 Main Street, Southbury, CT 06488   Click here to read the Meeting Minutes from the June4th LZA regular meeting...

2018 Fall Draw Down

October 10, 2018 FirstLight, the owner and operator of the Stevenson Dam hydroelectric power station will perform the fall drawdown of Lake Zoar for 7 days beginning on November 9. Water levels will drop by 5' to an elevation of 98' and return to a normal elevation...