-TO PROTECT the quality of our environment, particularly the quality of our lakes.
-TO KEEP the membership informed of new and changing community issues.
-TO COOPERATE with and assist local government and civic organizations with programs of value to this area.
-TO REPRESENT our membership in matters of common interest with the appropriate branches of government.
-TO SECURE united action in the protection of the property of its members,where appropriate.
-TO BEAUTIFY our area by encouraging beautification in common areas of the community.
-TO PROVIDE social and recreational activities for our members.
-TO ENCOURAGE tax deductible contributions to the Foundation to fund special projects.
News & Events 5/10/2017
Ballston Lake boat safety course news release to be re-distributed
The previously sent e-blast about the Boater Safety Course had an error. The following version is correct. Certification - by passing this 8 hour course - is mandatory for youth age 10 and up to operate a motor boat. Certification – by passing this 8 hour course - is mandatory for all (adults and kids over 14) who operate personal water craft (jet skis). Sorry for any convenience or confusion the error may have caused.
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Thanks to all the volunteers who made this year's Clean-Up Day such a success!
Local News 5/22/2017
Four firefighters injured after fire truck rolls over in Queensbury
QUEENSBURY — Four firefighters were injured Sunday afternoon after their fire truck rolled over on Clements Road, the Warren County Sheriff's Office said Monday. Members of the Bay Ridge Fire Department were returning from an emergency medical ser...Read More