Category: MLRA News

25 Apr

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Another Successful Earth Day Cleanup!


Thanks to everyone that helped out at

the ‘Musselman’s Lake Earth Day’ Clean Up !

 Special Thanks to

Cedar Beach Resort for all their effort and staff.


Most Excellent Productions for making a ‘Clean Up’ day fun

Tim Horton’s for Breakfast and Treats

United Soil for a great lunch

Our ward 2 Councillor Maurice Smith and Mayor Ian Lovatt

York Regional Police

And the Local stars of the area  …… YOU!


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25 Jul

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Lakeshore Road – Notice of Detour


Notice of Detour – Lakeshore Road – Mon-Fri, 28 July – 7 September

Lakeshore Road (Musselman’s Lake) will undergo emergency road reconstruction from approximately 28 July – 7 September, 2020, at the south end of Musselman’s Lake proper. Please see a simplified diagram below.

Due to a narrow working area, a detour will be established from Monday to Friday between the hours of 9am – 4pm. Only local traffic will be permitted. The detour will be signed via Aurora Road (Bloomington Road is also an option).

Outside of the 9am – 4pm window, only one lane will be available through the construction zone

Lakeshore Road Rehabilitation and Stabilization Project.

The Lakeshore Road rehabilitation and stabilization project will take place between 5801 and approximately 5831 Lakeshore Road, Musselman’s Lake. 

The Lakeshore Road Emergency Road Reconstruction and Shoreline Stabilization Project will see the repair and improvement of a degraded 120m section of Lakeshore Road at Musselman’s Lake. The realigned section of Lakeshore Road will facilitate theinstallation of a retaining wall and guiderail system, in the vicinity of the degraded section of roadway. The reconstructed road segment will include improvements to underground infrastructure and will establish a 6.0m paved width, bounded by a new 0.5m shoulder along the south edge and a new curb and gutter along the north edge.

Scope of Work

  • Hydro pole relocation
  • Realignment and reconstruction of approximately 120m of Lakeshore Road
  • Storm sewer upgrades; replacement of underground pipe and catchbasins
  • Fire hydrant upgrades
  • Installation of new guiderail system
  • Installation of armour stone retaining wall

Project Schedule & Progress

Please note that the Office of the Premier of Ontario lists construction for the maintenance of municipal infrastructure as an “Essential Service,” during the COVID-19 State of Emergency.

Work is currently planned to proceed as follows:

Phase Status Begin End
Hydro Pole Relocation & Clean-up Completed March 30, 2020 July 22, 2020
Site Prep, Staging, and Geotechnical Investigation In progress June 2020 July 28, 2020
South Side Work to include: excavate slope, hydrant installation, road realignment Pending July 29, 2020 August 5, 2020
North Side Work to include: retaining wall, storm sewer upgrade, guiderail installation Pending August 5, 2020 August 21, 2020
Paving, Painting, Finishing, Site Cleanup, and Demobilization Pending August 21, 2020 September 2020
Guiderail (typical “MASH” system)

Shoreline Armour Stone Retaining Wall (typical)
Note: the proposed retaining wall will be set back from the water’s edge; not set below the surface.

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10 Apr

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Planning any Shoreline Improvements?



Please Check With The LSRCA First !

Past summers a few lakeshore owners ran into issues by performing shoreline work without permits.

Before commencing any work, please check with with Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority.

By clicking on their logo below, you will find the most up to date information on their regulations as well as any funding that might be available to you.

 Rules and Regulations Regarding Shoreline Improvements Planning to make any changes or improvements to your shoreline? Please Check With The L.S.R.C.A. First


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10 Apr

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Earth Day – 2020


Due to the worlwide Coronavirus Pandemic, the MLRA has to cancel Earth Day 2020

We still need your help though for the Spring cleanup of our beautiful lake and it’s surroundings

If you see garbage on the side of the road or in front of your waterfront property, please pick it up and dispose of it.

Send us your pictures so can post them on our website.




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08 Apr

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Can I get COVID-19 from my pet?


Click on the image to read Dr. Brian Laing’s blog.

Dr. Laing is a resident of Mussleman’s Lake and a veterinarian at Town & Country Animal Hospital in Stouffville.

Dr. Laing would like to remind everyone that Tick (prevent’s Lyme disease) and Heartworm season have begun so don’t forget to start you pet’s treatment.



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06 Apr

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Staying Safe and Healthy

The following government links will provide you with the most accurate and up to date information regarding the current Coronaviurs epidemic.

Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville

York Region Health

Ontario Ministry of Health

Canada – Department of Health

The best protection for you and your family against the virus is to stay home.

Walks around the lake are not an issue as long as you apply the 2 meter – 6 feet social distancing rule.




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15 May

Comments Off on We Need Your Help! – Invasive Species invade Musselman Lake

We Need Your Help! – Invasive Species invade Musselman Lake


Invasive Species Released In Our Lake.

It was brought to our attention in July 2019 that some person, in an act that defies logic put 7 large KOI fish into Musselman’s Lake.

No doubt you have seen these large colourful fish in the shallows of the water.

We have been trying to remove them from our Lake but to date we have not had a lot of success in getting help with this.

WE NEED YOUR HELP.  These large KOI are carp that have been bred for their colour, and are considered to be an extremely invasive species and will upset the delicate ecology of our Lake quite quickly.

They do like to hang out in the shallows and although they are bottom feeders they will come to the surface for food and apparently like, corn, bread, peas and watermelon.  The good news is that they don’t breed until late in the spring and early summer as they like to wait until the water warms up.  We have contacted different agencies to try and get a team out to trap this fish, but none of them will assist us so we need your help.

Please try and catch these fish in any manner you can. If you do manage to catch one, let us know so we can keep track of the remaining numbers.

Lets get these extremely invasive fish out of our Lake!

Filed Under: Feature, MLRA News