The following committees serve at the pleasure of the Crystal Lakes Road and Recreation Association (CLRRA) Board of Directors. All final decisions are the responsibility of the CLRRA Board of Directors.
The Architectural Control Committee (ACC) ensures compliance by all property owners of all the protective Covenants of Crystal Lakes, in all filings or areas of the subdivision. The ACC has the duty to protect the integrity and aesthetic value of Crystal Lakes by architectural control. The committee ensures all construction is harmonious with the physical character of the area in which it is situated.
The Fire Pit Inspection Committee develops specifications for the construction of safe and enjoyable fire pits that are accomplishable by property owners at minimal cost and effort.
The Fishing Board protects, manages, and enhances the Crystal Lakes recreational fishery resources and associated riparian areas.
The Greenbelt Management Committee (GMC) maintains and enhances the health and beauty of approximately 563 acres of greenbelt and its forests, wetlands and trails.
The Hearing Panel provides an opportunity for the members to appeal officially filed complaints brought forth by the Crystal Lakes Road and Recreation Association (CLRRA), the Crystal Lakes Water and Sewer Association (CLWSA), a particular committee, or staff member.
The purpose of the Newsletter Committee is to publish information to the property owners requested by the Road and Recreation Board, Water and Sewer Board, committees, the general manager and office, and to report events of interest. The Newsletter Committee facilitates the flow of information, promotes high standards and ethical behavior, fosters excellence and encourages diversity.
The Policy and Documents Committee reviews and updates various policies and documents as directed by the Crystal Lakes Road and Recreation Association (CLRRA) and Joint Board.
The Recreation and Hiking Committee provides recreational opportunities, other than fishing, to property owners and their guests.
The Road Committee evaluates the status of the roads within Crystal Lakes and develops a prioritized list of needed road maintenance and improvements to be recommended to the Crystal Lakes Road and Recreation Association (CLRRA) Board of Directors.
The Security Committee discourages trespass by non-members of Crystal Lakes and promotes safety within the fifteen filings of Crystal Lakes by its members and guests, using nonconfrontational means.
The following 2 committees serve at the pleasure of the Crystal Lakes Water and Sewer Association (CLWSA) Board of Directors. All final decisions are the responsibility of the CLWSA Board of Directors.
6th Filing Systems Advisory Committee
The 6th Filing Water System and Sewer System pay additional fees for seasonal services, and the group meet to discuss their budget, system needs, etc. It is not a standing committee for Water & Sewer, but can at times be active.
CLWSA Technical Advisory Committee ("TAC" or the "Committee")
Purpose: To act as a resource for the Crystal Lakes Water and Sewer Association Board of Directors by providing in-depth technical advice, research and project staffing to assist the Board via Board request wiyh all CLWSA-related areas of responsibility, e.g., dam maintenance, sewer and water system design, operations and preformance, quality checklist development, analysis of water & sewer work order volumes, cost of services and pricing, etc.
The following committee serves at the pleasure of the Joint Boards. All final decisions are the responsibility of the CLRRA and CLWSA Board of Directors.
Wage & Benefits Committee
The Wages & Benefits Committee is convened by the Joint Boards when necessary. It is not a standing committee, but is active when the Boards are working on updating employee salary and benefits packages.