Thanks to all who came!
The Grand Opening of the Lake Kenosia Buffer Gardens on June 30th was a big success. The mayor opened the day with a ribbon cutting and there were kayak demonstrations, canoe tours of the lake, live birds of prey, garden tours, and more. See our Facebook page for photos from the day.
Click here to see the News Times article on the event.
Kenosia Commission Objectives
and oversee the maintenance of the buffer gardens around
the beach. This will have the following benefits:
Continue to explore lake management options to control weeds and algae.
- Filter storm-water runoff
- Deter and disperse Canada geese away from the beach
- Beautify the beach
Increase public education and awareness about Lake Kenosia is one of the key initiatives - it is at the core of our mission.
- While the Lake Kenosia Commission researches long-term solutions to the control of weeds and algae, it maintains a weed-free oasis at the Lake Kenosia Park beach with its annual suction harvesting operation.
- Getting people involved in learning about the lake and their role as stewards is a high priority for the Commission. Learn about what you can do to be better stewards of our lake on this website.