Lake Roesiger Community and Boat Club  Lake Roesiger, Snohomish, WA


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Boat Launch & Access

  Boating & Skiing Regulations

Community Club News 
Contact Us
Community Club Charter


  2015 Regulations - downloadable

History of the Lake
  Location Map

Local Businesses 

  Membership Application


 People - Lake Videos  

Lake Roesiger Store



  Additional Resources:

Lake Roesiger
County Park 

  Fire Department -Lk Roesiger #16 


Snohomish County Tourism

Fishing Notes .com

Snohomish County Resources

  Western Heritage Center Museum

Snohomish County PUD

  Evergreen State Fairgrounds Calendar

  Senior Services of Snohomish County

  Granite Falls (City of) News Events

Snohomish (City of) News Events


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General Lake Conditions

Water Temp - mid 50's
Visibility - 10-12 ft                       
Fishing - Kokanee and Bass
            -Trout good from recent plant
Launch - Open 

Current Weather Forecast





There have been recent break-ins on the east side near the fire station and on the north lake. Be aware and watch your neighborhood!

2015  Lake Roesiger Community Club Meeting Dates:

May 16  - Sat 10 AM
July 10  -  Fri  7 PM

Sept 12  - Sat 10 AM

All meetings are held at the Fire Station.

Newsletter with 2015 Community Events

Lake Roesiger Summer Boat Parade Info

Lake Roesiger Community Club Membership Application

Lake Water Quality

Kristine Feldman, South lake, and Bill & Henri Wilson, North lake, will continue to be volunteer lake monitors for Snohomish County this year. You may see one of them anchored periodically gathering water samples, checking water clarity or oxygen levels. The lake has had great water quality and we are each urged to do our part by having septic systems  functioning well and avoiding fertilizers with phosphates as well as keeping pet wastes picked up for starters. It's an asset to have this monitoring program which allows for early detection of changes!