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Who We Are

The Townsend Flowage Protection District (TFPD) is dedicated to enhancing, preserving, and protecting the quality of our waters for future generations. The object is to improve the lake habitat and promote the natural beauty and resources in the general interest of property owners and their families.

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No Wake Letter Communication to Boaters

TFPD Map and No Wake Details

To report potentially unsafe or illegal incidents on the flowage, please contact either of these two resources:


Jamin Leuzzo, Conservation Warden

tip line 1-800-847-9367

cell 715-219-5161




7 community County Police Officer

Jim Plotkin


Please Visit Our News Page for Announcements

Support Your Lake District

There are many ways to get involved in the activities of the Townsend Flowage Protection District (TFPD)

that can help to preserve our lake for future generations.


There are many ways you can become more active in the TFPD. Volunteer for monitoring boat launches, operating the weed harvester or helping with equipment maintenance. Become a loon watch ranger and enjoy the beauty of the lake its wildlife.

Run for a board commissioner seat or volunteer for a committee.


Contact us for more information.

  • Education at boat launches

  • Installing Buoys

  • Weed Harvesting

  • Weed Harvester Maintenance

  • Running for Commissioner


While the TFPD is now a District funded from a portion of property owners’ taxes, private donated funds are appreciated and put to good use. Funds can be used for special projects such as boat landing improvements, weed cutting expenses, promotion of lake management activities, land and building potentials, and more.


Contact us for more information.


The Townsend Flowage Protection District (TFPD) was formed in 2016, transitioning the organization from a lake association to a District. The efforts of the District are supported by funds from a portion of lake property owner’s taxes and include activities such as operating and maintaining the weed harvester.


Contact us for more information on the TFPD.


Fish & Wildlife

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