Welcome to Stone Lake!
The Stone Lake Condominium Association is located in East Lansing. Along with our beautiful lake, unique buildings, well-manicured yards, and excellent location, this web site is designed to make Stone Lake an even better place to live and enjoy. We hope you will find this site and its information convenient, along with keeping you informed and more involved in the Association's day-to-day operations. The site includes easy access to the Association's By-laws, Rules, news, Board minutes, meeting dates and other informative information for your use. This site is accessible with a designated password and is intended for the sole use of the Association's co-owners.
The web site links will lead you to the information you want, and will also give you an opportunity to review repair schedules, access Board minutes, and a place to make suggestions and/or comments.
We sincerely hope this web site makes Stone Lake even a better place to live.
1) Board Meetings
Board Meeting Minutes available in members area.
2) Monthly Assessments
2016 monthly association fee will remain $270 per unit. This monthly fee is effective January 1 through December 31, 2016.
Final 2015 and 2016 approved budgets to be posted soon inside the Members Area.
4) Association Documents
Master Deed, Bylaws, Responsibility Grid, etc., available inside the Members Area, see File Archive.
5) Co-Owner Directory
2016 Co-Owner Directory now available inside the Members Area, see File Archives.
6) Winter Storage 2016
Reminder: Patio furniture and lake accessories should be removed and stored for winter as of November. Thanks.
7) Stakes/flags Dec. 2016
If you're wondering about the stakes and flags around the SLCA property -- the stakes have been put in by Wolverine Engineers & Surveyors, the engineering firm the Board engaged to survey our property to determine our property boundaries. This is a prelude to exploring solutions to drainage problems on the southeast part of our property. The flags were apparently requested by the engineering firm to make sure the stakes did not interfere with utilities.
read the message boards and add your own entries, log-in to
the members area.