ELLOA Community Area
Friendly Reminders on Rules
REMEMBER: If you are going fast, stay at least 40ft ftom shorline. Some boats are coming much too close.
#10 f) From 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. fast moving water craft shall not operate closer than 40 feet of the shoreline, docks or idle speed areas.
Reminder: All boats on the lake must be owned by the lot owner and motorized boats insured by the lot owner. No outside boats are allowed. This includes relatives, friends, etc. If you do not have lot numbers on your boat it must be assumed it is an outside boat and is trespassing on the lake. Please do not give stickers to outside boats! There is now a large sign on the boathouse at the dam to this effect.
#7 All water craft must display their current ELLOA, Inc stickers on each side of the water craft in the same visible manner as lot numbers
#15 i) Members must prominently display their lot number(s) in letters and numbers not less than three (3) inches on their docks or waterfront areas facing the lake in a manner that makes them visible from the lake.
If you are having trouble finding orange warning flags, see Laurie (Patrol Lady) she has them for sale. Orange warning flags are required for all watercraft. See 2014 Rules & Regulations, Sec 8 Paragraph 3)
You must receive approval from the ELLOA Board before initiating any shoreline improvements such as seawalls and docks. Use the "Contact Us" page for more information.
Please do not block access to the boat ramp by dropping logs off at the boat ramp. Thank you.
News & Events 1/21/2016
Sad News. Mark Vest, a resident here at the lake has passed away. His wife, Kathy, delivers the mail here. His memorial service is Sunday, Jan. 24. Click on the link for an obituary. LINK
A second survey concerning boating hours is included in the 2016 dues mailing. This survey will help the board in its deliberations. Click on the link to see the survey. SURVEY
Latest Newsletter, Fall 2015 here: LINK
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Local News 2/5/2016
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