Welcome to Island Lake of Novi

Welcome to the Island Lake of Novi Community website.   Our goal is to keep the community informed on upcoming events such as meetings, annual parties or special events.  For special events specific to your sub association, check out your association's page under "Associations".  If you would like something special posted, please contact the Boathouse office, ilboathouse@outlook.com.



Pool Closing On

Monday September 4, 2017

 at 8:00 PM

Roadwork to start after the holiday

The Road Commission for Oakland County is to begin on July 5 reconstructing the 10 Mile/ Napier road intersection as a modern roundabout and reconstructing 10 Mile from Copperwood to Nepavine Drive on the Novi/Lyon Township border.

The 10 Mile/Napier intersection and 10 Mile from Copperwood to Nepavine will close to traffic from July 17 through mid-October. The detour will be Griswold to 8 Mile to Novi Road, back to 10 Mile and vice versa.

An access route to all homes and businesses in the area will be maintained at all times.

The $6.3-million project is funded with a mix of federal and local dollars. The first phase of the project is expected to conclude in mid-November.

Information from Detroit Free Press

Pool Hours

11:00 am - 9:00 pm or until dusk

Guest policy up to 4 per day per family M-F

2 per day per family Friday after 5pm - Sun.



Island Lake will have a Grandparents Day at the pool every third Thursday of the month during pool season.  Grandparents may bring their grandkids without having to use guest passes or incur the $3 for each guest.  The four guest limit does not apply to grandparents bringing their grandchildren.  Grandparents must remain inside pool fence area at all times.   Sorry, no rain dates.    Mark your calendars for August 17.







Wanted:  Pontoon boat with electric motor for Island Lake resident.  Open to options for size and seating.  Please contact Kris Weigal  708-625-4488 or kweigal@comcast.net


Boat stickers are new this year

All boats are required to be registered with the office.   The sticker for the next 3 years is red.   Please contact or stop by the office.   Pontoon boats over 16 feet are required to be registered with the state.   Insurance documents are also required.

The gate is locked at the boat launch to insure records are up to date.   Thank you


Shoreline Restoration - Drakes Bay Dr.

Crews have completed the removal of the tall willows along Drakes Bay Dr.  The area begins at Reeds Pointe and moves west until the first house on Drakes Bay.     

The Master Association is working with Creating Sustainable Landscapes, LLC and the DEQ to restore the shoreline.   This is a multi-year project to return it to it's natural state.   Going forward it will have ongoing maintenance.  

Please contact the Boathouse if you have any questions regarding this project. 


"Good to Know"


Our Friends in the Woods

We have animals that roam freely in our woods. Deer, squirrels, rabbits and even coyotes. Although coyotes are not a threat to people, just be aware they are out there if you do have small pets. Never approach a wild animal for your own safety.


Trash and Yard Waste Pick-up

Thursday is pick up day for garbage and recycling. With the exception of Reserves and Preserves which is Tuesday. Yard waste is typically the first full week of April through the end of November. Please cover your waste containers and secure your recycling so on the windy days it doesn't blow into your neighbor's yard. Holidays will push pickup out one day.


Interested in renting the Boathouse?

Information and Calendars for the Boathouse can be found under

the "Island Activities" tab 



Resident Handbook



Check out the Classified Ad Section

Interested in listing something?  Please contact the Boathouse office



*** Babysitter Corner *** 

Need a babysitter?  Our list can be found under "Associations/Master Community".  If you are interested on being on the list, please email the boathouse office, ilboathouse@outlook.com  

Help Needed also found under "Associations/Master Community"

Walking the Dog?

Please remember when walking your dog(s), the trails may be used but not the shoreline trails.

   Pets should always be on a leash.

Please pick up after your pet and don't leave the bag behind.

We have also installed doggy depots in some areas of the neighborhood. 

Thank you!