Welcome to the web site of the Sacandaga Protection Committee. Formed in 2009 in response to proposed changes to the 80 year old Sacandaga Lake permit system, the SPC's mission is to protect the environmental, economic and legal interests of the entire lake community. Although the permit system rule changes have been put on hold, the SPC continues to support the interests of the lake community. The SPC is active in several ongoing issues with potential impact to the lake community.

The SPC is a non-profit organization and we rely on donations from the lake community to fund this important effort. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or comments.




Santa Comes to Town!

Santa Claus visited the Edinburg Fire House Saturday December 2 and handed out presents to all of the excited children. Attendees were treated to horse-drawn wagon rides, face painting, cookies and hot cocoa, and the annual Christmas tree lighting. The event was a big success and put smiles on the faces of all of the children in the close-knit community.


Great Sacandaga Lake Documentary Released

The Great Sacandaga Lake Advisory Council recently completed their documentary, Harnessing Nature: Building the Great Sacandaga. This is a "must-see" for anyone who has any connections to the area.

The DVD is currently available for $20 at the following local outlets: Hart's Motor Sports (Mayfield), Fuel-n-Food (Mayfield), Great Sacandaga Lake Fisheries Federation, Inc., Adirondack Country Store (Northville), Allen and Palmer True Value (Northville), Sacandaga Outdoor Equipment (Northville) and Four Corners Diner (Edinburg).  

For those who prefer to buy on-line, the DVD is also available at