Promoting a community feeling among residents, the maintenance and improvements of the quality of the environment, the furtherance of public health, safety and welfare of residents, the cooperation of all citizens with governmental units affecting the area and cooperation by those units among themselves. 

About Us

The Pentwater Lake Association (PLA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit membership organization, started in 1995. It operates strictly through volunteers, including the Board of Directors, which is elected at the annual meeting in June. The PLA is dedicated to preserving the environment, maintaining the health and welfare of the lake, and developing a greater sense of community. A membership fee and fund-raising activities cover the cost of its activities. Some of the activities of the PLA include: regular testing of lake water to determine the condition of the lake, participating in Score the Shore, helping fund an annual shoreline clean-up, periodic informational meetings and social activities, and a quarterly newsletter for members. PLA volunteers are active with issues of the complete lake system- watershed, lake, shoreland and channel.

PLA normally meets monthly on the third Monday of the month at 6:30pm @ Centenary United Methodist Church (UMC) located at 82 S. Hancock St. Pentwater. (use the side door across from Village Office)

Membership in the Pentwater Lake Association is open to all individuals interested in the lake, its natural resources and water quality. Members do not have to own lake property in order to join the PLA. All are welcome!

Patrick Hooyman, President
Phone: 713-825-1785, Email: ahoymon1@gmail.com
Tom Walter, Vice President
Phone: 231-250-9817, Email: mstwalter@gmail.com