What an opportunity!!! LWIPA was awarded a Healthy Lakes grant and has the chance to add 20 more projects to the grant. You can be reimbursed up to $1,000 for planting native plants at the shoreline or reducing runoff to the lake with a rain garden or diversion practice. To learn more contact Barb Barrickman by May 15th at babarrickman@gmail.com.


Welcome to the Lake Wissota Improvement and Protection Association Website.  This site is designed to provide up-to-date information about LWIPA activities, our organization, resources, and important issues that affect property owners, recreational users of  Lake Wissota, and others who enjoy and value this wonderful resource.  Please use the navigation links at the left to explore this site and view the many activities and projects of the LWIPA. The LWIPA is a 501C3 non-profit organization made up of volunteers with the common goal to preserve, enhance, and protect Lake Wissota and it's surroundings.

March 26, 2020 Letter

Dear LWIPA Member and/or Lake Wissota Area Resident,

We hope that you are doing well. These past few weeks have been a challenge for everyone and like you, the Lake Association is adjusting to the circumstances. The spring/summer newsletter was mailed recently, and we wanted to update you about several events that were mentioned in the newsletter....

 Most Meetings  Cancelled for Now

LWSP 2020 Annual Meeting (Virtual)


DNR Reimbursements for Shoreline Improvements

Click Here for  Specifics


What to do if someone falls through the ice - Article


New Docks Installed at the Lafayette Boat Landing


In a joint project with the town of Lafayette the Lake Wissota Lions installed new docks to alleviate congestion at the Lafayette boat ramp on busy days. Click for WEAU video and here for a Chippewa Herald article.

Strategic Plan

Click on the image above to view the 2017 Strategic Plan
presented at the Annual Meeting on April 12, 2017

Some Cancelled for Now
Click any event for more details

Association Calendar