Mar. 1, 2017 - Down 10.5" from Full
Feb. 1, 2017 - Down 14.5" from Full
Jan. 1, 2017 - Down 20.0" from Full
Dec. 1, 2016 - Down 24.0" from Full
Nov. 1, 2016 - Down 24.0" from Full
Oct. 1, 2016 - Down 21.8" from Full
Sep. 1, 2016 - Down 14.3" from Full
Aug. 1, 2016 - Down 8.4" from Full
Jul. 1, 2016 - Down 5.0" from Full
Jun. 1, 2016 - Down 2.5" from Full
May 1, 2016 - Down 2.8" from Full
Apr. 1, 2016 - Down 3.5" from Full
Mar. 18, 2016 - ICE OUT!!!
Mar. 1, 2016 - Down 4" from Full
Feb. 1, 2016 - Down 13.5" from Full
Jan. 1, 2016 - Down 5.8" from Full


Full Lake Level is 504.32 ft above sea level

Where to Start

The permit process can be confusing and onerous, but we can help you wade through the process...


First we review the site and determine what exists along the waterfront and attempt to discover past permit history, construction history, and potential problems or issues.  Our first goal is to develop an "Existing Conditions" plan.


Next we layout your desired plans onto the site plan and determine where the challenges are, what potential conflicts and solutions exist, and create a "Proposed Conditions" plan.


Once the plans are roughed-out, we start to create a permit package which includes; permit application documents, site photographs, site locus maps, NH Nat'l Heritage review, NH DHR historic resource review, abutter notices, and other project specific documents.


The above can take a considerable amount of time based upon issues discovered, old permit history, and other factors.


This means you need to PLAN AHEAD!  Contact us today for a no-cost site evaluation and discuss your project.