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Lake Lanier Association is seeking applications for a Communications and Membership Coordinator.

December 4th, 2020 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Lake Lanier Association is seeking applications for a Communications and Membership Coordinator.”

Lake Lanier Association is currently hiring. This newly created position is an exciting opportunity to join LLA’s team in a position that will help expand LLA’s communications, presence and membership outreach. The Communications and Membership Coordinator will be directly managed by the Executive Director and will work closely with the LLA Board of Directors, volunteers and members.

LLA is seeking an individual with a unique skill set to create an effective membership experience through the membership retention, renewal and recruitment process and through the ability to create effective marketing and communication materials.

A PDF of the full job description can be viewed here.

Applications are currently being accepted. Apply by sending your cover letter and resume to For additional questions, call the Lake Lanier Association office at 770-503-7757.

The Lake Lanier Association Announces New Executive Director

July 15th, 2019 Posted by News, Uncategorized 0 comments on “The Lake Lanier Association Announces New Executive Director”

Jennifer Flowers, Executive Director,Lake Lanier Association, Gainesville, GA

Monday, July 15, 2019

The Lake Lanier Association has concluded its 2-month search for a new Executive Director! Today we are announcing Jennifer Flowers as the new Executive Director for the Lake Lanier Association. Jennifer is a local Hall County resident with the education, work experience and competence to become a great asset for our Association. She comes to us from the City of Gainesville Department of Water Resources and shares our passion for Lake Lanier and preserving our natural resources”, states John Barker, President of the LLA.

Jennifer’s credentials are impressive – A UGA graduate with a B.S. in Ecology, a Masters of Environmental Law and Policy from Vermont Law School and 10 years of experience working in the water resources field. In addition, she was accepted into the 2019 class for the Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership.

I believe Lake Lanier is the most important resource for the surrounding communities and arguably all of Metro Atlanta. It is an economic driver for regional opportunities for recreation, area development and drinking water for residents and industries. Without Lake Lanier, the region and state would not be what they are today; which is why I am thrilled to be in this new role.” said Jennifer.

Lake Lanier Association has worked for 50+ years to protect the Lake and initiatives of the organization including Shore Sweep, removing abandoned and derelict boats and docks, water quality testing, boater education campaigns, Solar Lights for hazard markers and Rip Rap to control island soil erosion.

I am looking forward to the journey and contributing to the current and future initiatives of the Lake Lanier Association. I am excited to begin working with the very committed Board of Directors, volunteers, and community leaders of North Georgia to preserve a CLEAN FULL SAFE Lake Lanier”, said Jennifer Flowers.

More information about the Lake Lanier Association including how to get involved can be found at or contact either John Barker or Jennifer Flowers at 770-503-7757.

Lake Lanier Association seeking applications for Executive Director position

April 22nd, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Lake Lanier Association seeking applications for Executive Director position”

As much as we hate to see Joanna leave, we want to thank her for the positive impact she has made and we wish her the best. The Lake Lanier Association is well positioned for future success due, in large part, to Joanna’s contributions. The Lake Lanier Association is seeking applications for the Executive Director position. Below is a link to the job description. Resumes may be sent via email to

Executive Direction Position Requirements 2019

Shore Sweep 2015!

September 13th, 2015 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Shore Sweep 2015!”

Shore Sweep 2015 is coming up on Saturday, September 26th, 2015! The advance drop off locations are NOW OPEN!

For the actual day of the event Saturday 9/26, we have twelve different participating locations that you can choose to report to volunteer — Bald Ridge, Aqualand, Gainesville, and Port Royale Marinas, Lake Lanier Islands, Balus Creek and Big Creek Boat Ramps, Clarks Bridge, Don Carter, Gwinnett, Longwood, and War Hill Parks. The sites open at 8:00AM and will stay open until 1:00PM. We need volunteers by land as well as by water. For our by water volunteers, power boats, jet skis, pontoons, kayaks and canoes all have a place at this event.

In addition to the day of the event participating locations, we also have eight advance drop off locations around the lake. The advance locations are open now and will stay open through Friday evening, 9/25. You can go ahead and bring bagged trash or large items and leave them at one of these locations. We have volunteers with boats scheduled to pick up at all these locations on Saturday morning for removal. Especially if you are not available to help with Shore Sweep on 9/26, bringing items to the advance locations during the week is a great way to contribute to this event even if your schedule won’t allow you to be there on Saturday.

For the advance locations, THEY ONLY ACCEPT TRASH WHILE THE SHORE SWEEP SIGNS ARE IN PLACE. Please DO NOT bring trash to these locations other times of the year. Below is the list of advance locations. If you bring trash to any of these locations, please look for the signs posted and leave the debris close to the signs.

The lake map coordinates are from the Atlantic Mapping Recreation and Fishing Guide for Lake Lanier.

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

Have you seen this boat?

March 10th, 2015 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Have you seen this boat?”

There is an issue with this houseboat, and the Lake Lanier Association would like to get in contact with the owner. The last known sighting of this houseboat was at Sunrise Cove Marina, dock B, around the year 2011. It is a 1970 Stardust 43 feet long and has an aluminum hull. The GA Registration number is GA9903RF. If you have seen this vessel recently, please send us an email at or call us at 770.503.7757 and let us know where and if you have contact information for the owner.