Important Contact Information

Moosic Lakes Club (MLC)

25 Beach House Road
Jefferson Township, PA 18436

Contact MLC with questions regarding rules & regulations, by-laws, or for any concerns.

Jefferson Township

Municipal Building: 570.689.7028

Police: (Available 6:00PM through Midnight) Can be contacted by dialing 911. Contact  Pennsylvania State Police at 888.992.6833 when Township police are not available.

Sewer Authority: 570.689.9522

Volunteer Fire Company – Station 29: 570.689.2829

PPL Electric Utilities: 800.342.5775

Related Links

Cottage Life Magazine:
This Canadian publication specializes in cottage living and is co-published with the Canadian Federal Government. They have two excellent primers on lake living. The first relates to the area along the shoreline; the second to docks. Resident Frank Beardell states, “The information provided specifically addresses issues related to the environmentally friendly use of our beautiful lakes. The guides provide a thoughtful and insightful approach to managing the delicate area around our lakes. I found them to be extremely educational, and they have shown me how to work with nature along the shoreline rather than fighting the natural order. The magazine itself is a wonderful resource for all cottage owners.”
To download copies of the primers, go to

Jefferson Township Volunteer Fire Company (JTVFC):
JTVFC, Station 29, is located in Mount Cobb, PA, and provides Fire Suppression and Rescue Service to all residents within the township, including Moosic Lakes. Find out about their fundraisers, incident responses, and other events. You can also order your 911 address sign!
JTVFC may also be reached at 570.689.2829

Moosic Mountain Preserve:
The Nature Conservancy website contains information on the Moosic Mountain Preserve, located literally in our back yard! Go to and search on “Moosic Mountain Preserve”.

Pennsylvania Lake Management Society (PALMS):
A non-profit, citizens’ group formed to promote understanding and comprehensive management of lakes and reservoirs and their watersheds. PALMS was created in 1989 as a chapter of the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS), and is recognized as a statewide leading authority with respect to lake and watershed management and restoration. MLC is a member of PALMS.