Vacuum Breaker Cross Connection Notice

In accordance with the DEQ and MI Safe Drinking Water Act as Amended, MCL 325.1001 to 325.1023 and Administrative Rules Supply Water to the Public R 325.1001 to 325.12820 including LHV Rule 21, Section 17, Page 16.


  • Vacuum breakers must be in place prior to reconnecting the RV water line to the water source stand pipe faucet.

  • As of 10/15/20 all RV water lines have been disconnected for park winterization.

  • If a member attaches a water line to an LHV faucet without a vacuum breaker they are in violation of State Law (listed above) which jeopardizes LHV permit licensing.

  • Finding such action at time of inspection, LHV shall install a vacuum breaker without exception and charge $15.00 for parts and labor plus a $25.00 service fine totaling $40.00 for each attached water line.


Thank you for your attention on this matter and for helping keep LHV water supply clean, safe, and secure.


Good Afternoon LHV, 

We are excited to announce that the water will be turned on Thursday, April 15, 2021. The LHV maintenance department has once again done an outstanding job in coordinating, chlorinating and testing, which has resulted in the passing of all standards of certification. Before hooking up to your water hose a vacuum breaker back flow preventer MUST be installed at any downstream valve. It is recommended to flush the water stand hydrant for sediment prior to hooking up your RV and allowing time for chlorination to flush through the Park's system. Vacuum breakers are available at the clubhouse for purchase.

We looking forward to a great 2021 season! 

Thank you and be safe!! 

LHV Staff 


Hello LHV, 

Just a friendly reminder that lot posts and/or surrounding area of lot post cannot be personalized/altered in any way due to violation of the right of way easement. 


Thank you,

LHV Staff


Jesse Dean Thompson

Jesse Dean Thompson, age 40, of Jonesville, passed away Friday, February 12, 2021 at the Henry Ford Hospice Home in Jackson. He was born on October 6, 1980 to Rick Fry and Laura Thompson.

Jesse attended Reading High School and went on to work at the Lighthouse Village in Homer. Jesse loved being outside and enjoyed spending his time hunting and fishing.

Jesse is survived by his parents, Rick Fry of Englewood, Florida and Laura (Mo Tanner) Thompson of Reading; maternal grandmother, Pat Kellam of Jonesville, and a half sister Heidi (Josh Brown) Fry of Englewood, Florida.

He is preceded in death by his maternal grandfather Gary Kellman and paternal grandparents Charles (Marilyn) Fry.

There will be no services for Jesse Dean Thompson at this time. Memorial contributions are suggested to the family. Arrangements are entrusted to the VanHorn-Eagle Funeral Home in Hillsdale.





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