Notice of Runyan
Lakeís 4th of July Fireworks Display
yearís fireworks are scheduled for Saturday, July 1st at dark (approximately
still needed to help with setup and takedown. Please contact us via
email if you are willing to help.
of Island and Ramp Closure for Fireworks on Saturday, 7/1/16
aware both the island and boat ramp will be closed on Saturday
July 1, 2017, to prepare for our fireworks display.
need access to the boat ramp on Saturday it will need to occur prior to 8:30
AM. An appointment with a trustee is required.
The ramp will not reopen until Sunday morning.
will be taped off and closed after approximately 10:00 AM Saturday.
Please do not approach the island or allow your dogs to gain access to
the island. Do
not enter the area closed off with caution tape. This
is very dangerous for the setup crew as they are working with
also stay as far away as
possible from the dock side of the island while boating. Boat wakes
have splashed fireworks on that side of the island and ruined them. Boat
wakes also make unloading the fireworks equipment dangerous! Please
watch for, and stay away from the fireworks set up crew as they transfer
equipment to the island.
will reopen on Sunday after a clean-up crew has cleared the island and
determined it is safe. The fishing contest presentations are Sunday at
11:00 AM on the island.
as darkness settles in, please stay at least 300 feet from the island.
Any boats or people within 300 feet of the island will prevent the show from
beginning or stop the show while it is progress. We will have several
aquatic shells this year so keeping a safe distance from the island is even
still use a few more volunteers to help with take down after the show.
Please contact me if you are willing to help.
support and cooperation is greatly appreciated to ensure our shows remain
safe and accident free!
we hope everyone enjoys the show!
everyone a Safe and Happy 4th of July!
High Water Advisory
Due to recent rains Runyan Lake is currently
approximately 10 inches above its average level. As a result many items on
shores are now touching water and may float away. Significant winds will
continue today and tomorrow, so wave action will further affect items on shores.
Please check and secure items on or near the water so you do not lose them!
leak reported at 10128 Walnut Shores by LCDC.
Press release for a sanitary
sewer overflow March 7, 2017:
A sewer leak occurred Tuesday March 7
from a failure in the curb stop valve assembly where the lateral sewer pipe
connects to the force main at a home on Runyan Lake in Tyrone Township. The
leak was reported to Livingston County Drain Office operators at 6:23 pm and
was contained at 8:15 pm when a sewer vacuum truck arrived.
amount of discharge was approximately 1000 gallons of raw sewage that
flowed across two yards and into a catch basin to the lake. The raw sewage
and ground water were vacuumed up throughout the entire flow path.
Residents were informed of exposure precautions.
This is the second break and flow into Runyan Lake this winter. On
January 28th approximately 1800 gallons leaked from 10369 Lakeshore
again. Our site now uses SSL and Malware protection to better secure and
protect our website.
update Website Due to Website Host Changes
10/16/16: After a great summer and
fall the boating season is coming to an end. As a result, the sandbar
marker buoys have been removed today, 10/16, for the year.
A manís gold and diamond wedding type ring in the water at the
Island. Call Maynard Isabell with a description of the lost ring at
7/23/16: From Tyrone Township
The burn ban will be lifted Saturday, July 23, 2016 at 6:00 AM. Please burn
safely. A burn permit is still required to burn.
Dear Runyan Lake Friends,
We have lost our dear family pet Mr Socks. He is a brown/white tabby cat
with long hair and very friendly. We live at 10559 Sleepy Shores Path, off
Walnut Shores. He was last seen on Thursday evening before the thunder
storms. He comes when his name is called. If you see him or have him please
call 517-305-7134, we will pay a reward for him.
Dawne and Scott Sheffield
6/23/16: From Tyrone Township
10408 CENTER ROAD
FENTON, MI 48430
BURN BAN IN EFFECT!
June 23, 2016 -
Due to the dry conditions, a burn ban is in effect until further notice.
Please do not burn!
Violators are subject to a $1400 fine!
See the latest burn ban status on the Tyrone Township website,
On the night of Saturday 6/18/16, my orange 12' Oldtown Kayak went missing.
If anybody sees it, please contact Erich at (810) 629-6285.
A blue Hawaiian print life jacket, liquid force brand name. If found
please call John at 248-320-7230.
Unfortunately, our website host now requires us to use one of their
unsecured contact forms. Despite our best efforts the forms have been
repeatedly hacked to the point where we no longer receive emails using their
form. Therefore, until further notice, please submit all requests to
RLI by emailing us directly at
A pontoon style raft with blue carpet floated up
to shore today. On it was a jet ski hoist. The raft has
"private" and "keep off" on the sides. It has been partially pulled ashore,
as much as possible. It can be currently found at 10524 Runyan Lake Court.
Water and Wind Advisory:
The National Weather Service is
predicting heavy rain during the next 30 hours, with potential wind gusts to
60 mph. The water level of Runyan Lake is already elevated from recent
rains. Please check your shoreline to be sure your valuables are well
above the current water level and secured.
10/11/15: Notice - The sandbar marker buoys
have been removed for the season. Please boat with caution.
10/5/15: We have been informed watercraft in
the channel area are being targeted with fuel being siphoned and attempts to
remove outboard motors. Please ensure your watercraft are secure and
report any suspicious activities to the Livingston County Sheriff by calling
911. Keep in mind as the days have grown significantly shorter there
is additional opportunity for those looking to steal items under the cover
7/1/15: Please read our
email sent on
6/28 to all RLI Members.
5/31/15: Please read our
email sent on 5/31 to all RLI Members.
5/11/15: A spring
reminder from the Livingston County Sheriff -
Remember to take valuables out of cars parked in
driveways and also lock your cars. Its that time of year where kids start
"car hopping", which is a felony. Also secure anything on boats and keep
sheds locked. Report any suspicious people or activity to. 911.
1/31/15: The Dates & Events page has been
updated for 2015.
1/25/15: There have been several daytime
breaking and enterings around Tyrone Twp and the Northwest part of Deerfield
Twp. One person has been identified and has been sent to prison for a
probation violation. However it is believed his girlfriend and another
unkown male are continuing to work the area. Keep your homes and vehicles
locked and report any suspicious vehicles or people to 911.
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