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The Arrowhead Lake Associations Mission Statement is "To protect, operate, and improve Lake Arrowhead and ALA properties, to provide reasonable and safe recreational facilities in a fiscally responsible manner, with appropriate planning for the future."
The Arrowhead Lake Association is here to manage and maintain Lake Arrowhead and serve the property owners of Arrowhead Woods who are Members. ALA manages 2 beach clubs, 2 parks, an island and 14 miles of trail and shoreline including a Marina and gas dock and 5 courtesy docks located around the lake for Members boats. 
If you have any questions about your Membership or would like to become a Member, give us a call at 909 337-2595. We are here to help.

Upcoming Events

Feb
22

Board Meeting 9:00 AM

9:00 AM | Burnt Mill Beach Club.  All Members are invited to attend.  
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Mar
4

Lake Operations and Maintenance Meeting 2:30 p.m.

Lake Operations and Maintenance Meeting 2:30 p.m.

Mar
11

Fish Committee Meeting

Ralph Wagner Building Conference Room @ 2:30 PM

Mar
13

Shoreline Committee Meeting 2:30pm

Shoreline Committee Meeting 2:30 p.m.

Mar
20

Finance Committee Meeting

Finance Committee Meeting @ 9:00 AM
Ralph Wagner Building Conference Room

Mar
28

Board Meeting 9:00 AM

9:00 AM | Burnt Mill Beach Club.  All Members are invited to attend.  
Cl...

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Member Updates

UPCOMING VOTE ON WHETHER SHORT TERM RENTERS SHOULD HAVE ACCESS TO LAKE ARROWHEAD

ALA’s Board of Directors wants to have a clear definition of whether the ALA membership wants to allow Short Term Renters to access ALA Property. Accordingly, the ALA Board of Directors recently voted to conduct a vote by the ALA membership to decide whether Short Term Renters should be able to use ALA Property.

Notice of Applications Being Accepted for Appointment to ALA Board of Directors

ALA is currently accepting applications of candidates for appointment to the ALA Board of Directors to fill the two open seats for At-Large Office A and At-Large Office B.

INCLEMENT WEATHER!

During inclement weather, ALA may be closed on certain days. Be sure to call before venturing out to the Office, Launch Ramp, or Gas Dock if the weather is bad. Additionally be sure to check your boat often during or shortly after storms. Whether it's rain or snow, boats that remain on the lake during the winter are at risk of being damaged by the weather.
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Recent News

The New California Boater Card - Update

Sep 6, 2019
As of January 1, 2020 any person 35 years old and younger must possess a California Boater's license before they can obtain an ALA Operator's License. Beginning January 1, 2018, the mandatory boating safety education law went into effect and will be phased in by age. If you operate any type of motorized vessel on California waterways, including powered sailboats and paddle craft, and are unde...

What are Triploids and Why are they in our Lake?

Apr 19, 2019
Ever wonder why there are Triploids in our Lake?
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