Amenities News

A decision has been made in conjunction with the HOA to

open the access gate to the beach.

 

Below are the current rules and requests with regards to the access gate to the beach:

1.  The gate will be open at 9am and locked at 9pm by BLW POA Board Member Conway Jensen.

2.  When you enter and pass the high water line, you are on Sovereign Public Property which is NOT BLW property.  Anyone can be there.

3.  As members, the access belongs to you.  Please take care of the area and what you PACK IN, PACK OUT. 

4.  Members will be required to police themselves.  After you enter, close the gate behind you and don't be afraid to ask a person if they are a member.  If they are, I am sure they will appreciate it.  If you encounter someone illegally using the access, call the Sheriff's Office. 

5.  We are working to get a porta potty set up. It will have to be set on our property, which will be some distance from the water.   If one is there, please use it.  

6.  You use the beach at your own risk.  If you get stuck, you need to take care of this yourself.  If there is an accident, call the Sheriff's Office.

7.  If you have questions or concerns regarding the access gate(s), or the beach area that the Association owns above the high water line, call Kevin McLeod (HOA) at 801-643-3993 and Amy Karcher (POA) 801-414-6978.

 

Please give us some time to put a long-term plan together. But for now, enjoy the lake and

the remainder of the summer.

Click here for the 2021 Amenities Project Report

 

July 2021 HOA/POA Amenities Project Communication

Listed below are items that your HOA/POA Amenities Board has planned for this year as projects/improvements.

 

  • New golf carts have arrived.
     

  • Fencing at the beach is finished. There will be a code that will be needed to gain access. To obtain the code or to ask questions about beach access, please contact Amy Karcher at 801-414-6978 or at amieek@gmail.com.
     

  • The Idaho Transportation Department will be placing their delineators out by the road to prevent long-term parking on the right-of-way as soon as the fence is completed.

 

  • The tennis court is in need of repair. It is budgeted to be repaired and convert the court to be a pickleball court. Part of the repair will include installing a matt-type surface that will provide years of good use.
     

  • The restaurant building needs additional winter heat tape placed on parts of the roof to avoid ice buildup. It is a safety hazard for customers entering the
    restaurant during wintertime.

     

  • Looking at some type of ground cover for staging the golf carts. Currently, when the sprinkler system comes on, it causes the area to become muddy.

 

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