As boating season kicks into high gear, the Geist Lake Coalition wishes everyone a fun and safe summer.
Here are a few updates we’d like to pass along from the Geist Lake Coalition board and the Geist Conservancy District Steering Committee.
Long-Time President and Co-Founder Brian Hall Steps Down, New President and Director of Aquatic Weed & Algae Treatment Announced
Passage of Senate Bill 430 Paves the Way for an Operating Agreement with Citizens Energy, Institutes Tax Caps, User Fees Limits, and Removal of Eminent Domain
Organizers representing freeholders from 40 neighborhoods around Geist Reservoir submitted a petition for the establishment of the Geist Conservancy.
Under the proposed Geist Conservancy District, all stakeholders that receive benefit from our area’s greatest resource share the financial investment necessary to preserve it equally
Historically, the Geist Lake Coalition has worked with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) on various reservoir clean up and weed control projects through the State’s LARE (Lake & River Enhancement) grant program. According to Brian Hall, President...
Tom Britt and Cory Peter discuss new developments for the Geist Conservancy District.
The Geist Reservoir area is one of the very few residential lake communities in Central Indiana. It is home to water enthusiasts who enjoy fishing, boating, water sports, and nature’s beauty.
Watch Mayor Scott Fadness and members of the Geist Steering Committee discuss the Conservancy District.
We have noticed on social media that there has been a lot of talk about “Prop Drop Island.” There have been several reports of boaters damaging their boat props or hulls.
Check ou the proposed Geist Conservancy District and the included surrounding neighborhoods.