LLA News Archive

Lake Lanier Association always has something going on.
Read below to catch up on our recent activities and events.

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Atlanta Boat Show 2018!

Come see us at the Atlanta Boat Show this week! We are Booth #236. Members that join or renew at the show get a free prize at the show AND get automatically entered to win the grand prize of a large Paradise Pad foam water mat. Fun, fun, fun!

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Atlanta Boat Show 2018!

Looking forward to the Atlanta Boat Show next week! Come see us at Booth #236. Member that join or renew at the show get a free gift and will be entered into a drawing for a special prize. For details on the show, see their website at http://www.atlantaboatshow.com/


Shore Sweep 2017

Shore Sweep 2017 is coming up on Saturday, September 23rd, 2017! The advance drop off locations are NOW OPEN!

For the actual day of the event Saturday 9/23, we have twelve different participating locations that you can choose to report to volunteer — Bald Ridge, Aqualand, Gainesville, and Port Royale Marinas, Lanier Islands, Balus Creek and Big Creek Boat Ramps, Lake Lanier Olympic, Don Carter, Gwinnett, Longwood, and War Hill Parks. […]

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Advance drop locations for Shore Sweep – delayed opening due to weather

With the threat of severe weather in the next several days, we are going to hold off on opening the Shore Sweep advance drop locations until sometime next week. We will monitor weather conditions and will post an update as soon as we get the advance drop locations open.

Shore Sweep 2017 Photo Contest!

Lake Lanier Association has a fun photo contest happening this year during Shore Sweep – submit photos of trash pick up efforts and win prizes – plus, we get a more beautiful shoreline to enjoy!

Click the link below for details on the photo contest!


Lake Lanier Olympic Park clean-up

Nice article in Gainesville Times regarding the clean-up at Lake Lanier Olympic Park as a warm up exercise for Shore Sweep 2017!


Call for Volunteers — Shore Sweep 2017 Advance Shoreline Scouting!

The Lake Lanier Association needs help with advance scouting of lake shoreline prior to our Shore Sweep event which will be held on Saturday, September 23rd, 2017. Advance scouting reports help us to more effectively dispatch volunteers on the day of the event. We are asking for volunteers to scout by boat different sections of shoreline and report back to us locations where trash and debris is sighted. You need a boat – probably a motor powered one, no kayaks or canoes for this one, and you need a smart phone or mobile device with the TrashOut app loaded on it. To get the TrashOut app, search for TrashOut in the app store. It is a free download. Once you have TrashOut on your device, set your profile to affiliate with the Lake Lanier Association organization. Once that is done, you are ready for scouting! If you are interested in signing up to be a scout, please click the below link for more information and the sign up form for the different scouting routes. Thank you for supporting the Lake Lanier Association and the Shore Sweep event!



CALL TO ACTION: EPD Drought Response Needs to Consider Lake Lanier Water Level

Member call to action! Please contact our state Environmental Protection Division and urge them to keep the Level 2 Drought Response in place until Lake Lanier gets closer to its full pool! The EPD is considering lifting the Level 2 Drought Response currently in place since Metro Atlanta is no longer officially in a drought. The problem with this approach is that it doesn’t consider that residual drought impacts on Lake Lanier can continue for long after the official drought is over since it can take some time for Lake Lanier to regain its full pool water level. Below is the press release the Lake Lanier Association has sent to media outlets. Members – the EPD needs to hear from you! Use your own words and either email or call the EPD at askepd@gaepd.org or 404-657-5947. Time is of the essence since they will be making a decision soon.


Security Camera Prohibition Removed on Lake Lanier!

Great news! Security camera prohibition lifted at Lake Lanier! Special thank you to Congressman Rob Woodall for his involvement in getting this policy reviewed!

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Last Member Social of 2017 Season! — Saturday, August 12th, 2017 4:00-8:00PM at Bald Ridge Marina

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Join us for a Member Social – Saturday, July 15th, 2017 4:00-7:00PM at Twisted Oar at Holiday Marina!



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