The Pequaywan Lakes Association works to protect the interests of property owners of Big and Little Pequaywan Lakes, contiguous waterways and the surrounding watershed by promoting good lake and water management through testing, education and support.  Meetings are held Saturdays from May to September at the Fire Hall. The Association has been in existence more than 60 years.

Note: Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it is likely that at the very least the May Association meeting will not be held. We will update this schedule as more decisions are made. Stay safe!!

Due to the threat of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Board of Supervisors of Pequaywan Township will not be holding monthly meetings at the Pequaywan Fire Hall. Instead, they will meet and conduct business in a telephone conference starting at the scheduled time of the meeting.
These meetings will still be open to the public. If you would like to listen to the monthly meeting, please contact Deputy Clerk Stephanie Teek by Email at with your phone number. She will register you for the meeting and send you instructions on how to get into the conference call.

Local Board of Appeal & Equalization (LBAE) Meeting

What’s New

• The issue of folks renting out their cabins for short-term stays has surfaced on our lakes as well as in other parts of St. Louis County. The County has drafted a proposed short-term rental ordinance, which would address such things as permitting, property classification and assessment, land use administration, and on-site sewage treatment compliance.

Draft performance standards can be viewed on the County’s website at: 

• There’s an online way to pay your $10 Association dues this year…. simple, easy, secure.  Go to this page to pay by credit card —

You can also pay by check (made out to Pequaywan Lakes Association).  To download a dues form, click on the following: dues form

Or you can pay at an Association meeting.

• There is a new walking trail on the township land. Volunteers have been working hard to get the path in shape but you should still watch your step. The path is about a mile in length and generally skirts the edges of the township land. View a map of the trail.