Runyan Lake Inc.

The lake association for the entire community of Runyan Lake
located in Tyrone Township, Livingston County, Michigan.

 

 

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About Us! *

 

Runyan Lake is a private all sports lake of approximately 180 acres, with no public access. The lake is spring and creek fed, and has a maximum depth of 55 feet.

 

 

 

Location: Tyrone Township, Livingston County, Michigan, ~1 mile south of Fenton, east of US-23, between White Lake Road and Center Road, in the school district of Fenton, Genesee County.

 

All properties with access to Runyan Lake are members of the Runyan Lake Inc. lake association. Runyan Lake Inc. is responsible for the lake in terms of lake access, water quality, and weed control.  Runyan Lake Inc. owns the private boat ramp for use by riparian members, and owns and maintains the small island.  The island has a large shallow area around it and is a favorite gathering place for lake users during the summer. Runyan Lake Inc. also organizes an annual fireworks show around July 4th, and other social events for the lake community.

 

Properties along Runyan Lake Point and Spring Street are also members the Runyan Lake Point Property Owners Association (RLPPOA).  Properties within the Plat of Runyan Lake Heights and the Plat of Runyan Lake Heights 1 are also members of the Runyan Lake Heights Association Inc. (RLHAI). Properties within the Runyan Lake East development area are also members of the Runyan Lake East Condominium Association.  These property owner associations are responsible for maintenance of their private roads and communal areas - please reference the Other Associations page for more information.

 

 

 

Properties in the immediate Runyan Lake area are connected to the Livingston Regional Sewer System. All properties have private water wells.
 

For a determination of riparian rights and boating access to Runyan Lake for any specific property in the Runyan Lake area please contact Runyan Lake Inc.

 

* Please contact Ivan Quinn, Treasurer, Runyan Lake Inc., for a complete package of information including overview,
billing & payment status, and lake access rights for any specific property in the Runyan Lake community.

Contacts for the Associations of the Runyan Lake community

For General Information About Runyan Lake, or to Contact Runyan Lake Inc.

By Email:

By Mail:

By Phone:

For all Inquiries:

runyanlakeinc@aol.com

Runyan Lake Inc.
P.O. Box 105
Fenton, MI 48430-0105

For General Inquiries, or to Contact the President:
810-354-5469

Realtors / Title Companies click HERE

 

Neighborhood Associations on Runyan Lake

Runyan Lake East

Runyan Lake Heights (RLHAI)

Runyan Lake Point (RLPPOA)

Please see the Runyan Lake East website: 
 www.runyanlakeeast.com


Runyan Lake Heights Association,
Inc.

P.O. Box 824
Fenton  MI  48430-0824

Clay Putnam, President

810-629-6079   email Clay

Runyan Lake Heights website

 

Runyan Lake Point Property Owners Association, Inc.
10533 Runyan Lake Pt.
Fenton, MI  48430-2411

Hugh Armbruster, President

810-813-5528   email Hugh

Runyan Lake Point website

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Runyan Lake Inc.

PO Box 105

 Fenton, MI  48430-0105, USA

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