Mason County Drain Commission will be treating Lincoln, Ford and Round Lakes for invasive species Wednesday, if it does not rain at 8 a.m.

“In the spring there was a study for what the lakes need,” said Dennis Dunlap Mason County Drain Commissioner.

A treatment was designed for the treatment process for the three lakes.

If it rains Wednesday officials are unsure when the treatment will be done.

Mason County Drain Commission oversees six lakes in the area.

Mike Soloman, senior hydrologist, for Restorative Lakes Sciences said there is no swimming in the three lakes for 24 hours. Fishing is still allowed.

Soloman said they are treating the lakes for invasive species of the Eurasian watermilfoil and curly leaf pondweed.

This treatment is weather depending.

The treatment is paid for by the Lakes Improvement Board, according to Dunlap.