2020 MVA Directory dues must be paid by  May 20th. Download a membership form  and use that to renew or to become a new member. Thanks!

Fun and Interesting Facts/

Estimates from Summer 2019



Under the watchful eye of Fred K, the Official Ice Out Clock was hanging on to what was probably the last chunk of ice anywhere in the lakes or the channel. As shown in this photo, the clock fell through and stopped at exactly 3:58 and 47 seconds PM on April 1st. 


Congratulations to our three prize winners:
Jim P who guessed April 1 at 3:10 PM He wins $352.50
Emily G who guessed April 1 at 12:27 PM.  She wins a Trailside certificate for $50
John N who guessed April 2 at 1:00 PM He wins a Sugarloaf certificate for $25

Thank you to Mike & Susan B who coordinated the event. 
Thank you as well to all participants who helped to raise, a much needed, $352.50 for the MVA’s Water Quality and Weed Control Fund.

Would you like to own a Mountain View Association t-shirt or sweatshirt.  If so, please click on the link here to place an order to purchase an item -- Order Form.pdf

2020 Summer Raffle


Upcoming

Summer 2020 Events

Handcrafted quilt, by Nancy Stewart. It measures 63” by 63" - just right for a beautiful wall-hanging or a cozy cover-up on a cool Adirondack afternoon. It can be machine washed and dried. Beautiful images of various wildlife including bear, raccoon, bald eagle and moose. Value ….. priceless!


Inflatable

stand up

paddle-board.

It comes complete with

back pack for easy

transport, pump and

an adjustable paddle.

Inflated, the paddle board

is 10 feet long, 6 inches thick

and can hold 350 pounds.

Retail value ……. @ $450.

The actual color is

as shown, a light

(lime) green.


Access to DEC and State Parks boat launches will be allowed if strict adherence to the CDC/NYSDOH guidelines for preventing the spread of colds, flu, and COVID-19 is followed:

- Try to keep at least six feet of distance between you and others.
- Avoid close contact, such as shaking hands.
- Wash hands often or use a hand sanitizer when soap and water are not available.
- Avoid surfaces that are touched often, such as rails, posts, and tie off cleats.
- Wear masks in public when appropriate social distancing cannot be maintained.

Are you interested in serving on the Mountain View Association Board of Directors or do you know of someone who is?  Click on link to learn more -- Board of Directors .  


Remember when you shop on Amazon to go to  http://smile.amazon.com and type Mountain View Lakes  Foundation Inc. and check us as the charity you are supporting and Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases to the Association. There is no cost to you or the Association and you just sign up once to send your donation to us.  THANK YOU!

Established in 1907, the Mountain View Lake Association is dedicated to preserving and protecting  Mountain View Lake, Indian Lake and the Channel.

Welcome to the

Mountain View Association

 Mountain View Association

  2020 Special Order T-Shirt!

                                               ORDERS DUE BY July 26th


 

Proceeds will go to support Water Quality Fund

Enjoy the Adirondacks, the community and the lakes.


One’s desire for peace, quiet and solitude is no more or no less important than another’s desire to have fun on the lakes. Being respectful of each other’s desires and finding compromise is part of what makes our little corner of the world so special.


If you’re a boater, and especially the user of a personal watercraft, be mindful of those around you, including those along the shoreline. For all boaters, remember there’s a 5 MPH speed limit within 300 feet of any shoreline in the Town of Belmont. If you rent your property to others, please be sure to let your renters know about these considerations.

AMAZON SMILE!!


Please remember to renew your Mountain View Association Membership.


We need your ongoing support to keep Mountain View Lake 

& Indian Lake beautiful!

Our third annual 5k Fun Run/Walk was a great success!  We had  runners & walkers of all ages proudly wearing their new blue t-shirts for the event.. The weather was perfect!  We started at Belly's Restaurant at 9am, turned around on Wolf Pond Road, and made it back to the finish line at Belly's.  At the finish line, runners and walkers caught their breath, had some water, and took a little time to chat with their friends. Later in the day, many participants, their families, & neighbors got together for a delicious meal and a good time at the Annual Pot Luck Dinner. Beef on Wick was served along with delicious appetizers, salads, and desserts. More pictures of these fun events to be posted in the near future. If you missed it, join us for more fun next summer season!  

Mountain View Ice Out ​Contest

  • 192 Chicken Dinners Prepared for MVA Chicken BBQ
  • 79 Registered Participants in 5k Fun Run/Walk
  • Approximately 175 attendees at Annual Potluck
  • 2,475 pounds of  Eurasian Milfoil removed by paid divers
  • 32 donors contributed to the prize raffle to  help raise $853 at the Potluck Dinner.  Thank you!

​Unfortunately, the summer events that

were scheduled needed to be cancelled

due to the current pandemic situation affecting our country. We hope to be able

to coordinate the event below.

We will keep you posted.


August 8    Possible Event:

                   Social Distancing Potluck Dinner 

                       



Mountain View Association --

Board of Directors

Mountain View Association Apparel Order Form 

Mountain View Association

 Third Annual 5K Fun Run/Walk &

Pot Luck Supper

Mountain View Association