Since 1967 The Lake Byllesby Improvement Association (LBIA) has been actively involved in continuing efforts to: 
  • -Protect and Improve the water quality of the lake 
  • -Insure the continuing recreational use of this valuable resource 
  • -Maintain and enhance the "lake-centered" quality of life for area residents 
  • -Communicate with LBIA members and visitors to the Lake Byllesby area 

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  • Governor Dayton Holds Townhall “Water Quality” Meeting Wednesday, October 4 6:30-8:30Diamondhead Education, 200 w. Burnsville Pkwy.Registration opens at 5:30 P.M.This meeting, called by Governor Mark Dayton is one of ...
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It is hoped that the Lake Byllesby Community and visitors to the lake will make every effort to promote and sustain our organization through active membership, and will continue to be steadfast stewards of this valuable natural resource.  The strength of this organization is defined by its membershipʼs involvement.  We welcome your support!

Lake Byllesby


Who can be a member of the association?

Anyone!

You do not have to own any lakeshore or live on the lake in order to be a member.

If you enjoy the lake, please feel free to join our organization in being a faithful steward of this great lake.