Honeoye Valley Association

Lake Level Last 2 Years
Lake Levels - Last 30 Days
(The lake level on the above website document is updated every 6 hours)
NOTE: The readings are for general information purposes only and the Honeoye Valley Association does not certify the accuracy

Welcome to the Honeoye Valley Association (HVA) Website!

The first of the 2018 Lake Weed Mapping has been completed. The early season mapping shows heavy weed densities. The maps can be seen at the 2018 Weed mapping web pagehttps://hvaweb.org/2018-Weed-Mapping

The 2018 Weekly Lake monitoring of water temperature and water quality have started. The most current data and commentary is below. The history of 2018 data can be found at the following link:  https://hvaweb.org/2018-weekly-Lake-Data/

In Lake Samplng at Deepest Point (9 meter) 2018
Date 16-May-18 22-May-18 28-May-18 4-Jun-18 11-Jun-18 18-Jun-18 25-Jun-18 2-Jul-18 9-Jul-18 16-Jul-18
Day of Week Wed Tue Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon
Secchi  (m) 2.50 2.70 3.80 3.40 2.40 3.00 1.80 2.80 3.80 2.40
Secchi (feet) 8.20 8.86 12.47 11.15 7.87 9.84 5.91 9.19 12.47 7.87
Temperature (C) 19.4 18.5 21.1 20.8 20.9 23.7 22.5 26.3 26.0 27.5
Temperature (F) 66.9 65.3 70.0 69.5 69.6 74.7 72.5 79.4 78.8 81.6
Lake Level (Feet) 803.35 803.28 803.19 803.22 803.15 803.08 803.10 803.21 803.11 803.00
Mon. 7/9 Mon. 7/16 Weekly Change
Surface Water Temperature (F): 78.8 81.6 2.8
Water Clarity (Ft): 12.5 7.9 -4.6
Lake Level (Ft): 803.11 803.00 -0.11
Lake Level Relative to Weir (Ft): -0.39 -0.50 -0.11

The Gronwall's visual BGA Update for Monday July 16th


Monday morning (7/16), Many of our surveillance/monitoring sites showed

signs of a Gleotrichia bloom, but a few of our sites were almost completely

algae free. Sandy Bottom Park Swimming beach has been closed due to

concerns about this bloom. Water clarity has decreased by ~4.6 feet from

last Monday 7/9. Water clarity today was 7.9 feet. Surface water

temperature was 81.6 F.


This blue-green algae species gets its nutrients directly from the

shallow water bottom sediments. Shallow areas that do not have good water

circulation could collect Gleotrichia in more dense quantities.


Always use your own visual assessment before making contact with the lake

water at this time of

year as the blue-green algae situation can change daily if not hourly. The

DEC will report on their

assessment of our blue-green algae bloom situation for this week late Friday

afternoon on their BGA

The 2018 Lake Symposium has been held. The presentations can be found using this link: 



The HVA board has sent letters of support for the Governor's proposed Harmful Algal Bloom $65M program to Senator Rich Funke and Assemblyman Brian Kolb who represent the Honeoye Lake area.  The letters, their contact information and some suggested words to send can be viewed on the HVA website by clicking on this link.  https://hvaweb.org/NYS-HAB-Initiative/


We encourage each of you to contact these legislators individually to ask for their support for this important initiative.  Please take time to call, write or email them to encourage their support.  By going to the sites below you can send an email to Sen. Funke and/or Assemblyman Kolb.


Senator Rich Funke:  https://www.nysenate.gov/senators/rich-funke/contact 

Assemblyman Kolb:  http://nyassembly.gov/mem/Brian-M-Kolb/contact 

The 2015 Guide to Lake Friendly Living can be see via the following link: Lake guide

Upcoming events

August 20, 2018 6:30 PM • Richmond Public Library Honeoye NY
September 17, 2018 6:30 PM • Richmond Public Library Honeoye NY
October 15, 2018 6:30 PM • Richmond Public Library Honeoye NY
November 19, 2018 6:30 PM • Richmond Public Library Honeoye NY
December 17, 2018 6:30 PM • Richmond Public Library Honeoye NY

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