Q&A from 5-22-2021 Board of Directors meeting has now been posted. Please click here.

The ALA Lake Safety Committee has prepared a draft of potential changes to the ALA Boating and Swimming Rules, including the Violation Fine Schedule. The ALA Violation Fine Schedule was compared to the California Boating Bail and Penalty Schedule to assist in setting maximum fine levels in the ALA Violation Fine Schedule.  The ALA Lake Safety Committee is encouraging members to review this proposed draft and provide written feedback which will be reviewed prior to the next Lake Safety Committee Meeting on Saturday, May 8, at 8:00 AM. To view the draft document, click here. Please provide written comments to Dana Merola at DMerola@ala-ca.org.

Upcoming Events

Jun
21

Finance Committee Meeting @ 9:00 AM

Finance Committee Meeting @ 9:00 AM
Zoom Video Conference
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Jun
26

CLOSED BOARD MEETING @ 7:00 AM

CLOSED BOARD MEETING @ 7:00 AM
Location TBD

Jun
26

BOARD MEETING @ 9:00 AM

BOARD MEETING @ 9:00 AM
Location TBD

Jul
2

Lake Operations and Maintenance Committee Meeting @ 2:30 PM

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Jul
8

Forest and Vegetation Committee Meeting @ 2:30 PM

Forest & Vegetation Committee Meeting @ 2:30 PM
Zoom Video Conference
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Jul
9

Shoreline Committee Meeting @ 2:30 PM

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Free Classified Ads Available on ALA Website!

Looking to buy or sell a boat? Are you interested in renting, buying or selling a dock? Then, take advantage of ALA’s Free Member to Member Classified Ads on our new website. It’s the best and fastest way to reach your fellow ALA Members. Ads are for boats, docks, kayaks, canoes and all other lake items. Please do not submit any commercial ads.
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Recent News

The New California Boater Card - Update

Sep 6, 2019
As of January 1, 2018, California began a phase-in-by-age law that requires all boat and PWC operators to pass a boater safety course and to carry the California boater card. The law is being phased in over several years. Operators 40 years of age or younger are required to carry the California Boater Card by January 1, 2021.
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