~ Spirit Lake Property Owners Association ~
Spirit Lake, Idaho
~ Spirit Lake Property Owners Association ~
Spirit Lake, Idaho
~ Spirit Lake Property Owners Association ~
Spirit Lake, Idaho


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SLPOA Mission

To develop the capacity within our community to provide a sustainable lake habitat that will allow all people who live, work and play within its environment an optimal North Idaho experience.

The Lakefront Property Owners Environmental Association of Spirit Lake (LPOEASL) better known as Spirit Lake Property Owners Association (SLPOA) has existed since 1973. 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.

Improved Recreational Opportunities
Improved Water Clarity
and Flow
Ensure Natural Plant
Sustain Natural Animal Life Environment
Improving the Fish
Prevent and Control Potential Flooding

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Membership is open to all who share our environmental concerns, and contributions are tax deductible.
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Latest News

News from the Spirit Lake Community

In the spring of 2023, a significant leak was discovered in the lake bottom near high water. It was located on the east side of the narrows about three hundred yards from the Fireside Park boat launch. SLPOA obtained an emergency permit from the Department of Lands and proceeded to plug the “sink hole” in the fall when the lake level was low, which stopped the leak. The leak is likely the result of a deteriorated 16-inch wooden pipe that was probably installed about 5 feet under the surface in the early 1900s as City of Spirit Lake developed. A property owner spotted another leak this spring at approximately 100 yards south of the one that was plugged last year. SLPOA will work to obtain permission again to plug this new leak when the water level is low in the fall. This may be a recurring issue as water seeks to escape into the open spaced created by the deteriorated pipe. SLPOA will monitor and repair as needed. Below is a video of the most recent drainage into the new “sink hole.”
Last Updated: Tuesday June 18, 2024
Lake Elevation: 2441.33 ft.
Monthly Change: -5.25 in.
Yearly Change: -8.25 in.
Water Temp: 60 °F
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