Trout Lake Community Council

The Trout Lake Community Council it is an elected body through which citizens of Trout Lake can have a voice in developing solutions to local concerns.  The Council supports the Trout Lake Community in securing a sustainable future as envisioned in the Trout Lake Subarea Comprehensive Plan. It  plays an advisory  role to  government agencies, interest groups and individuals.

TLCC meets every first Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm in the Trout Lake School.  The public is always welcome. Click Here for the February 7 Agenda

EBRUARY 7th MEETING:  Interested in a free trip to MARS? Come to the February 7 meeting of your Trout Lake Community Council at 7pm at the T.L. school. Jay McLaughlin, director of Mt. Adams Resource Stewards (MARS), will be speaking about community forests and the survey that Trout Lake box holders received back in the fall. Historically forests have been a major source of jobs and economic stability in the Trout Lake area, and one of the purposes of a community forest is to ensure that forests remain so. Your Community Council invites members of the community to come hear more about this intriguing topic. Please join us at 7 pm, Wednesday, February 7, at the school. Copies of the survey are available on the bulletin board at the post office.

PERSONAL EMERGENCY HANDBOOK:  TLCC has set out to develop a personal emergency handbook specific to hazards in the Trout Lake Valley.  We would appreciate input from the community.  We would also appreciate your photos or graphics that might improve the look of the handbook.  Please direct comments, suggestions, photos or graphics to trwebster_pe@embarqmail.com.   There is no deadline yet, as this is a work in progress, but sooner is better than later.

Click to review DRAFT v.1.6.6 of the Family Handbook for Trout Lake Valley Emergencies.  Be patient in downloading this pdf as it is fairly large.