2018 BOAT DOCKS
Residents who rented boat docks in 2017, wil have the opportunity to
renew their space for 2018. John Milner will contact you with
for renewal of boat docks for the 2018 season, along with with deposit
John Milner is responsibe
for coordinating boat dock contracts, reservations and payments.
If you wish to be added to the wait list, please contact John Milner.
As in the last few years, boat dock renters will be able to return
paperwork and money for boat stickers with their rental agreement.
The existing boat docks will be installed prior to Memorial Day and
will be available through mid-September.
If you have any questions, please contact John Milner (216)
314-1382 or via email at
2018 BOAT STICKERS.
John Milner is coordinating 2018 Boat Stickers. He will have a drop box
on his front porch (676 Rock Creek Drive) for you to leave completed
paperwork. Once he reviews and approves the documents, he will
get your sticker to you. No boat is permitted on the lake without a
2018 boat sticker. Please address any questions to John Milner
or another ALA representative from Hawthorn of Aurora.
is as follows:
Lake Access Permit,
signed by the homeowner
- COPY of Boat title
(designating the homeowner as the owner of the boat)
- COPY of Ohio boat registration
(designating the boat is registered in the State of Ohio)
- COPY of Insurance documents
(including insurance on the boat and also $1 million liability coverage for boats over 10HP)
- Check made out to Hawthorn Homeowners
Association, as noted below.
Effective summer of 2018, ALA is changing the rates for boat
- $50 for each power boat
- $15 for each "other" including kayaks, pedal boats,
canoes, etc. $45 will allow unlimited "other
- $2 for trailer sticker if you do not have one already
stickers will be issued without all of the necessary paperwork, so
please read this in detail and make sure you have all necessary
documentation. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Click on the following link, to print out a
Lake Access Permit.
Click on the following link to read
Aurora Lake Rules and Regulations.