We preserve and protect Lake Lanier for everyone.

Lake Lanier Association strives to preserve water quality and quantity for everyone who relies on the lake and its watershed to enhance their quality of life. LLA members care deeply about preserving this natural resource, and together they are a powerful group of concerned citizens who help create solutions when Lake Lanier water quality and quantity are threatened. Joining LLA and subscribing to our online news will connect you to what is going on and how you can help.

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How we spend our time.

Lake Lanier Association represents its members’ interests in private, corporate and government sectors, 
and strives to be a voice in the overall management of Lake Lanier.
LLA also coordinates annual service and social events for our 3000+ members.

LLA invests time and dollars in staying engaged with the legal activity concerned with the Lake Lanier water level. Keeping the lake FULL concerns everyone who works, lives, or plays at Lake Lanier.

LLA prioritizes maintaining a CLEAN Lake Lanier and runs many programs to reach that goal, encouraging the entire Lake Lanier community to become part of the solution.

LLA knows how important it is to keep residents, business owners, and visitors SAFE at the lake. Installing equipment around the lake and raising awareness about safety issues keep us busy.

Join now and help us make a difference.

Ways we put time and money
to great use.

Lake Lanier Association manages several ongoing efforts around the lake
that support our goals of a FULL, CLEAN, and SAFE lake for everyone.

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Visit us often for the latest news and updates related to Lake Lanier and your Association.

Advance Drop sites are now open!

The Shore Sweep advance drop locations are now open and will remain open until the evening of Friday, 9/14/18. You can leave bagged trash or large debris at these sites during this time and we will send a crew to pick up at the Shore Sweep event on 9/15. Please be sure to leave the debris high enough or tied off so that it doesn’t float back out into the water. Look for the banners posted and leave the debris close to the banner. Please do NOT use these sites for trash drop off other times of the year outside of our authorized advance drop location window.

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There are eight advance drop locations. The lake map coordinates are from the Atlantic Mapping Recreation and Fishing Guide for Lake Lanier.

Map coordinate J-7, closest buoy marker 1SM, old beach at Shady Grove Park
Map coordinate H-7, closest buoy marker 4YD, Beaver Ruin Road shoreline area
Map coordinate L-3, closest buoy marker 2SC, Gwinnett Park
Map coordinate N-9, closest buoy marker 14, Gaines Ferry Islands
Map coordinate L-18, closest buoy marker 33, Keith’s Bridge Island
Map coordinate M-24, closest buoy marker 49, Old Dawsonville Highway road bed near DNR regional office and Martin Docks
Map coordinate M-28, closest buoy marker 2WC, unnamed island in Wahoo Creek
Map coordinate D-21, closest buoy marker 21C, east side of Nix Island in the area of Athens Boat Club

Shore Sweep 2018!

The Shore Sweep 30 Year Anniversary Celebration event last weekend was a huge success and a great way to kick off Shore Sweep 2018! Thank you to the 400 people that attended and to the several hundred people that signed up to help at Shore Sweep 2018 coming up on Saturday, September 15th.

Advance drop sites will open this weekend, 9/1.

CHECK OUT THE ADVANCED DROP SITE LISTING
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Shore Sweep 2018 – Saturday, September 15th, 2018

Shore Sweep flyer 2018

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