Lake Office Phone
2015 Silver Creek Dr
Show Low, AZ 85901
STAFF LAKE HOURS
ON SEASON: (NOW)
Mid May - Mid Sept.
Patrol Staff: 9a-7p
Office Open: 9a-3p
and by appointment
Mid Sept. - Mid May
Office Open: 9a-1p
(Su/Mo/Tu) & by appt.
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WHITE MOUNTAIN LAKES COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION: This is a local, voluntary, membership-based, non-profit organization that aims to better our community through organizing social activities and supporting the development and operation of community services. The Association draws members from a wider geographic footprint than the Lake District (WMLCRID).
The Association and the Lake District work together to bring you community events.
WHITE MOUNTAIN LAKES POST OFFICE: This is our local post office. They offer mail services including PO Boxes. The Post Office also has a community room for hosting community events.
The Irrigation District owns the actual water in the lake and the shore line. WMLCRID has an agreement with SCID for use and improvement of the shore line.
CODE ENFORCEMENT - - NAVAJO COUNTY:
The Navajo County Code Enforcement Division handles all junk and debris complaints in the unincorporated areas of the county (including White Mountain Lakes). Violations include abandoned vehicles, accumulation of garbage, junk, etc., located on private property. Enforcement activities are handled on a complaint basis only and there is a standard form that must be completed by the complainant. Anonymous complaints are not accepted. Property owners who fail to comply in a reasonable time period are issued citations. They then must attend administrative hearings at which time the Hearing Officer determines responsibility and assesses fines accordingly. Please use the Complaint Form to submit a complaint.
Online Code Enforcement Complaint Form: CLICK HERE
TIMBER MESA FIRE & MEDICAL DISTRICT:
Timber Mesa provides fire protection & medical services to our WML neighborhood. Additionally, they provide water rescues for any 911 situations on the lake.
SILVER CREEK FISH HATCHERY:
Silver Creek Fish Hatchery resides on commission owned land acquired in 1978 and is managed by the Department’s Hatchery Program. The property is comprised of approximately 821 acres of deeded land at the headwaters of Silver Creek (Silver Spring), and along Silver Creek as it flows northwest towards White Mountain Lakes.