The Honey Lake Protection and Rehabilitation District is formed under Wisconsin State Statutes, Chapter 33 titled Public Inland Waters. It is the mission of the District to protect and maintain Honey Lake, Tahoe Lake and Del-Monte Lake including the dam, dykes, and flume pipes. The District works to rehabilitate the lakes from invasive aquatic plants and invasive species. We also maintain two beaches, several common lands and a park. The District has also been charged with maintaining the local roads within the district under a subsection called Honey Lake Roads.
Monthly meetings take place the third Tuesday of every month and the annual meeting is the last Sunday of August. All meetings are held at the Rochester Village Hall in Rochester.