The Devils Lake Water Improvement District Board will be holding an Executive Session meeting (per ORS 192.660 (i)) at 3:30 p.m., Thursday March 8, 2018. This meeting will be held at Oregon Coast Community College, located at 3788 [...]
The Devils Lake Water Improvement District board will be holding its regular monthly meeting on 3/8/2018 at 6 PM. This meeting will be held in Council Chambers on the 3rd floor of Lincoln City Hall. Lincoln City [...]
The Devils Lake Water Improvement District Board will be holding an Executive Session meeting (per ORS 192.660 (i)) at 10 a.m., Tuesday March 6, 2018. This meeting will be held at Oregon Coast Community College, located at 3788 [...]
On Friday February 2 The Devils Lake Water Improvement District received a generous Donation from the Siletz Tribal Charitable Contribution Fund. The Grant award was a total of $10,000 dollars to be spent on the [...]
Currently the Oregon Coast is experiencing extreme weather. As a result of high tides and recent storms, water on Devils Lake is high and increasing daily. Efforts have been initiated to remove debris from the [...]
Devils Lake Information
Below is a list and links to the volumes of research and the restoration plans done on and for Devils Lake of Lincoln County, Oregon, USA. All documents provided are for educational use only. You will find important research documents, many of which are used today in budgeting for the future and in combination with other research projects to plan for future actions of construction projects. To learn more click here.
These maps present views of natural resources, taxing district, bathymetric (lake depth profile), the watershed, street map, and 3-D watershed map. To view them click here.
Looking for something to do while in Lincoln City? Explore Devils Lake with our recreation brochure as your guide. Whether you are looking to boat, swim, BBQ, fish, camp, hike or relax – Devils Lake has you covered!
Devils Lake was formed nearly 14,000 years ago by an upheaval of marine sediments from the sea floor. This geologic action created a lake system not unlike many reservoirs today, where tributaries in the basin were blocked off and backed up creating the fingers or arms seen in Devils Lake’s irregular morphology. To continue reading click here.
A collection of Devils Lake related photos can be found here.
Get connected to more resources, lake organizations, lake societies, water shed councils, governments, and more- just click here.