Drone Tour of Haliburton Lake courtesy of Drew & Kristin Bishop, Century 21
Video review of HLCA 2018
Canada Day Fireworks, Saturday, June 29, approx 9:30 pm (Public Beach South End Haliburton Lake, Hodgson Road)
Fort Irwin Residents Association Summerfest, Saturday June 29, 9 am to noon, baked goods, books (FIRA Hall, 5827 Haliburton Lake Road)
Weekly Swimming Lessons start Monday July 1, 9:00 am, ends week of August 12 (Public Beach South End Haliburton Lake, Hodgson Road, more info on our website haliburtonlake.com)
Pick up Softball at the Public Beach, starts Wednesday July 3, 3 pm, ends August 14 (Public Beach South End Haliburton Lake, Hodgson Road)
Kids Bingo starts Tuesday July 9, 7:00 pm, ends Tuesday August 13 (HLCA Hall, 5041 Haliburton Lake Road)
Rock Bass Fishing Derby first weigh in starts Sunday July 21 ends Sunday August 11 weigh in 12:00 to 12:30 pm (Public Beach South End Haliburton Lake, Hodgson Road)
HLCA Regatta Saturday, August 3, 10 am (Public Beach South End Haliburton Lake, Hodgson Road, more info on our website haliburtonlake.com)
Fort Irwin Residents Association Pancake Breakfast, Saturday August 17, (FIRA Hall, 5827 Haliburton Lake Road)
Haliburton Boat Races, Saturday August 17 and Sunday August 18, Head Lake
Take photos of everything. In the unfortunate event of fire, theft, or weather damage, it will make the process with the insurance company go more smoothly.
Membership Drive Kick Off – March 1, 2019
Just this week HLCA kicked of the 2019 membership drive. Membership letters have been sent out to 625 property owners on Haliburton, Oblong and Ross Lakes. Last year was very successful. Please watch our 7 min video called “HLCA 2018 – Year in Review” at on our home page above. Our membership levels increased by 10% last to about 380, currently membership is about 60%, paying 100% of the benefits to all property owners.
The HLCA does many, many beneficial things for the lake community. When you decide weather or not to join please imagine what our community would be like without the services, events, and advocacy the HLCA has to offer. Can you picture what it would be like without the navigation markers no longer placed and replaced throughout the boating season, the boat ramps not maintained or gone? Can you picture cancellation of the Canada Day Fireworks, or the Regatta festival, or even the loss of the ability to offer swimming lessons to our children, plus mid week children’s activities? What if there was the loss of ongoing communications and advocacy on many issues such as environmental, roads and the landfill? Did you know very few lake associations have their own hall for association needs?
What is offered by the HLCA cannot be replaced by government services. It is very much in the interest of every property owner on Haliburton, Oblong and Ross Lakes to be a member of the Lake Association for the nominal fee. A healthy, vibrant, vocal Lake Association adds safety, convenience, and property value to every property on the Lakes, just ask a real estate agent.
This year with your membership you can get a free subscription to Haliburton Life Magazine and copy of Haliburton County Lake Health Report.
Please review our membership newsletter, joining can be done electronically or via the postal service.
You can use the attached membership form and mail to, HLCA 5041 Haliburton Lake Road, Haliburton, ONT, K0M 1S0 or you can join online at http://www.haliburtonlake.com/#!membership-form/zfd6z.
We can now accept E Transfers, send to President@haliburtonlake.com
Our biggest 2017 initiative was the shoreline assessment program lead by the Coalition of Haliburton Property Owners Associations (CHA).
Almost 625 shoreline properties were assessed in May and into June. You should have received your private personal shoreline assessments. If you did not receive your confidential copy of your shoreline assessment, please contact President@haliburtonlake.com
How HLCA makes and maintain navigation markers. Courtesy of Robert Bevan (click button above)