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Next HRLA Board Meeting

Tuesday,  December 6, 2022

IN-PERSON MEETING!

ALL HRLA Members are invited to attend our monthly Board Meetings on the first Tuesday of each month.  If you would like to join the next meeting, please let us know:   HRLA@HRLA.com.

7 PM Yarborough's Restaurant, Lexington

Click HERE to read High Rock Lake Renewable Resource  Action Committee Updates and Info


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WHAT'S HAPPENING ON HIGH ROCK LAKE?


Please watch a recent news story on the sand bar growth near Swearing Creek.   WGHP FOX TV


We wanted to share the following article with you in regard to some concerns about water quality. Thank you Yadkin Riverkeeper for being on top of our natural resource.

Greensboro News - water quality

WFDD Digital - Environmental news - High Rock Lake           Yadkin Riverkeeper

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PLANNED DRAW DOWN - December 1 - 15, 2022 

Be prepared -- the lake will be 8 feet below full pond and Cube Carolinas has already begun the process.

Please be aware the lake may be drawn down by ten feet during the off-season, November 1st - March 31st per the Shoreline Management Plan agreement. 


Wake Responsibly

Lake season is here, and safety is imperative as wake sports continue to grow in popularity. When wakeboarding or wakesurfing, please follow these recommendations to “wake responsibly”:

  • Stay at least 200 feet from the shoreline, docks and other structures.
  • Keep music at a reasonable level.
  • Minimize repetitive passes on any one portion of the shoreline.
  • Don’t impede traffic. Wakesurfers usually travel at 10 to 12 mph. Avoid wakesurfing in congested areas.
  • Follow boating laws and navigation rules that apply


BOATING NAVIGATION RULES

click on above to see rules from US Coast Guard


New Fire Extinguisher Requirements for Recreational Boaters

Effective April 20, 2022, the U.S. Coast Guard implemented a change in the fire extinguisher requirements for recreational vessels. If your vessel is currently required to carry a fire extinguisher, and the disposable (non-rechargeable) fire extinguisher has a date of manufacture stamped on the bottle, it is considered expired and must be removed from service if it is older than 12 years.

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