Lake Hill Park is Open
Our board meeting at the end of April was active with member requests to open the boat ramp and other aspects of the park. Thank you for attending! We appreciate your feedback and after taking your suggestions under advisement and also keeping with the new state and local guidelines, Phase 1 opening started Friday, May 1. We need to follow some stricter-than-Cuerny-normal guidelines for keeping our families, friends, neighbors, and contract employees safe and healthy.
We all need to be mindful about reopening; we want to avoid the issues cropping up at Commons Ford Park. We are counting on YOU to play nice at the park—as promised on the virtual board meeting—and to make sure others are doing the same. Please respect our neighbors on Edgewater Drive. No unaccompanied children. Leash dogs and pick up poop. If people can’t use the park safely, we will need to close the park again. We have ZERO TOLERANCE for breaking rules and disrespecting security—the consequence is a 60-day suspension from the park.
Hours (until further notice): Gates and park close at 8 pm. No people/no cars are allowed to be in the park for any reason after 8:00 pm.
Practice Social Distancing: no groups of more than 5 and stay at least 6 feet away from others. All of the facilities are closed—playground, volleyball, basketball, clubhouse, bathrooms, pool.
Parking: Parking will ONLY be open in the paved lot, through the main gate. No parking along the fence next to the boat ramp. When the lot is full, no more cars will be permitted to enter. All cars must have a current sticker, which is assigned to a specific license plate. Tom will have the list.
Boat Launch: You must have your sticker on your vehicle. If there is no more boat parking, you may launch if you want to park at home. Please be considerate of others also wanting to get their boats in the water—limit your time in the slip to 30 mins and once you’ve loaded up your boat, please take it out of the park. You must be out of the parking lot by 8 pm—please plan ahead.
Walk-Ins: You’re welcome to walk in, but if there isn’t enough room to stay 6 feet away from other people, you can’t stay.
Please consider how many of your friends and neighbors also want to access the park and plan your visit accordingly. If you have concerns or questions, let us know: [email protected]
Thank you for your patience and caution in these unusual times.
Best, LHCA Board