NOTICE:  COMMISSIONER MARTIN LIFTS DROUGHT WARNING AND WATCH ADVISORIES FOR MOST OF NEW JERSEY; Click here for full announcement  HUNTERDON AND SOMERSET COUNTIES REMAIN UNDER DROUGHT WARNING;    WISE WATER USE ENCOURAGED AS LAWN AND GARDENING SEASON BEGINS. The Drawdown of Greenwood Lake has ended as of Jan 1st and the refill process has begun. The lake is back up to normal and above normal lake levels in some areas. We’re fortunate that with ample rainfall and a few snow storms, fears of the lake not refilling in time for our recreational season are no longer a concern. The Commission would like to thank everyone for their cooperation during our drawdown, which is mandated by our Water Level Management Plan.  The next scheduled drawdown is for 2020/2021.  Enjoy a fabulous spring and summer on Greenwood Lake! 

NOTICE:  COMMISSIONER MARTIN LIFTS DROUGHT WARNING AND WATCH ADVISORIES FOR MOST OF NEW JERSEY; Click here for full announcement  HUNTERDON AND SOMERSET COUNTIES REMAIN UNDER DROUGHT WARNING;    WISE WATER USE ENCOURAGED AS LAWN AND GARDENING SEASON BEGINS.

The Drawdown of Greenwood Lake has ended as of Jan 1st and the refill process has begun. The lake is back up to normal and above normal lake levels in some areas. We’re fortunate that with ample rainfall and a few snow storms, fears of the lake not refilling in time for our recreational season are no longer a concern. The Commission would like to thank everyone for their cooperation during our drawdown, which is mandated by our Water Level Management Plan.  The next scheduled drawdown is for 2020/2021.  Enjoy a fabulous spring and summer on Greenwood Lake! 

 

Mission Statement:

The Greenwood Lake Commission is a bi-state commission that was formed in 2001 for the express purpose of improving the water quality of this beautiful lake. Our Mission is to serve as a bi-state cooperative effort to help ensure that the natural, scenic, economic, and recreational resources of Greenwood Lake and its watershed are protected, so that the pristine beauty of the area will be preserved and maintained for the enjoyment and recreation of present and future generations. Greenwood Lake supplies over three million residents and thousands of businesses with their water supplies.