Lakeshore Properties

The boundaries of the City of Elliot Lake cover 800 square miles and include over 100 spring fed lakes, surrounded by wilderness Crown land.  Historically, the Crown land could not be accessed but 15 years ago the Province of Ontario, in cooperation with the City of Elliot Lake, adopted a new philosophy to share the environment with others.  During this time, a private member's bill known as the City of Elliot Lake Act received Royal Assent. This special legislation enabled the City of Elliot Lake to acquire, market and sell Crown land for waterfront development.

The vision is to make a significant contribution to the economic diversification of the City of Elliot Lake by providing the opportunity for families of all ages to enjoy living by the lake.

This project will preserve the pristine natural environment while introducing residential development on a sound, sustainable basis for the future, through deliberate planning and research.

To learn more about the project and about available properties:

Click here to visit the Elliot Lake Waterfront Development website

To view documents and plans associated with the Elliot Lake Waterfront Development please choose from the list below: ( Some files are large and may take some time to load)

Click here to view the City of Elliot Lake Act

Click here to view the presentation from the last Public Open House introducing Phase 2 of the program.

Click here to view the Shoreline Development Capacity Report

 

Reports

Dunlop Lake

Click here for site map of proposed re-distribution of lots

Click here for satellite view of the proposed re-distribution of lots

Click here for Archaeological Report

Click here for Natural Heritage Assessment Records Review Report

Click here for Natural Heritage Assessment Site Investigation Report

The Natural Heritage Assessment Species At Risk (SAR) Report has been completed but is not publicly available. Anyone who wishes more information or have any questions regarding the assessment of SAR must contact the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. 

May Lake

Click here for the May Lake Map

Click here for Stage 1 Archaeological Assessment

Click here for Stage 2-1 Archaeological Assessment

Click here for Stage 2-2 Archaeological Assessment

Please note: The Natural Heritage Assessment (Records Search, Site Investigation and Species at Risk) reports will be provided once they are approved by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry.

The Waterfront Development Plan will be provided once it is updated and approved by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. 

Quirke Lake

Click here for Quirke Lake Map

Click here for Stage 1 Archaeological Assessment

Click here or Stage 2 Archaeological Assessment

Please note: The Natural Heritage Assessment (Records Search, Site Investigation and Species at Risk) reports will be provided once they are approved by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry.

The Waterfront Development Plan will be provided once it is updated and approved by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry.

 

Lakefront Internet & Telephone Service

Internet & Phone Service Now Available for Quirke, Dunlop & Popeye Lake

The City of Elliot Lake, in partnership with Vianet, is pleased to announce the launch of the Wireless City service on June 25, 2012. The Wireless City project was initiated to enhance the already successful water-front development program by providing lifeline communications service to the lake shore area residents of Quirke, Dunlop and Popeye lakes.

The new wireless Internet and VOIP telephone services will be available to water-front owners for as low as $49.95 per month with Internet and telephone bundles available. Business services are also available. Parties interested in subscribing to this service are encouraged to contact Vianet at 705-847-9996 or visit their website at www.vianet.ca for more information, pricing, availability and to schedule an installation.

This project was made possible through funding provided by Industry Canada and the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund.