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Keuka Lake Association

“To preserve & protect Keuka Lake and
its natural beauty for future generations.”


2023 Keuka Lake Macrophyte Survey Report

04/04/2024 (created)

The 2023 Keuka Lake Macrophyte Survey Report is now available! Click this link to view.

Keuka Lake Level Video

Did you know that the lake level of Keuka is controlled by 6 gates in the village of Penn Yan? 

Keuka Lake Level Control 

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Upcoming Road Closures around Keuka

03/19/2024 (created)

Spring is fast approaching and with that construction season!
It is expected that work will begin on State Roue 54A on Monday, March 18.
The project limits will begin near County Route 76 thru (north) of Urbana Road, in the Town of Urbana, Steuben County.
Construction will be on a "rolling-base" the entire length of the project will not be single lane but rather divided into sections of active construction.  We anticipate single lane road closures starting on Monday, March 18 and progressing North as work allows.
Traffic will be reduced to single lane with alternating traffic controlled by a temporary traffic signal.  The road is expected to reopen for normal operations by mid-October.

Lake Foam

09/12/2023 (created)

Lake foam has become a common sight on the surface of Keuka Lake these past several weeks.

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FEMA Flood Insurance Maps Available for Yates County

07/20/2023 (created)

FEMA Issues Revised Flood Insurance Rate Maps for Yates County, NY

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our efforts

5.200 Campaign

  • Drive awareness of 5 MPH within 200’ Law
  • Increase Safety on the Lake and help reduce erosion
  • Provides stickers and signs for property owners, KLA members and the general public

Ongoing Effort

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Keuka Lake - Woody


Founded in 1956, the Keuka Lake Association, with over 1700 members, provides a unified voice for those who love Keuka Lake. Our mission is to preserve and protect Keuka Lake and its natural beauty for future generations.

Keuka Lake Association is a 501(c) (3) organization (a non-profit tax exempt organization under IRS rules). This distinction is defined by our service to the public and how we are mission-driven as opposed to profit-driven.

Gifts, donations and membership dues paid to our organization are used in direct service to the overall mission to preserve and protect Keuka Lake. Membership dues, donations and gifts are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. Consult your professional tax preparer if you have specific tax related questions.