Lake Asbury Lake Lot Owners Association

Who We Are...

 

As stated in our By-Laws, dated April 17, 2001, Section 4, paragraph (f), in general, do any and all things necessary to promote the general welfare of the residents of the Association and to safeguard the Lake from pollution of any kind or source.  To cooperate and work with respective Clay County officials in the enforcement of these by-laws and the local laws, rules and regulations, especially pertaining to law and order, trespass and health and welfare.

2015 Meeting Dates:  January 26, Feb 16, Mar 16, Apr 20, May 18, Jun 15, Jul 20, Aug 17, Sept 21, Oct 19, Nov 16

Meetings start at 6:30, join us at the Lake Asbury Community Center on Branscomb Rd, next to the Fire Station

Annual Dues...  $50.00

Letters went out to everyone in December

Due Date for annual dues is February 28, 2015. 

Boat Ramp Locks will be changed March 3, 2015

If your Invoice got lost or misplaced, print a new one from the "Documents" page of this web site.

We Are A Golf Cart Community

We encourage every cart owner to maintain their golf carts to ensure trouble free enjoyment and for their personal safety.  As a courtesy yield to automotive traffic and follow the "Rules of the Road" by observing street signs. Remember, watch for cyclists and pedestrians as you ride; and please remember the dog walkers in our community. 


What can we do to help improve your community?


Have a suggestion, click on the "Contact Us" link to the left, fill in the form [and don't forget your address] then click send, we will get an email with your suggestion on it.  Thanks!!


We are working on the parking issues for Lake Asbury!! Everyone should be able to visit any and all of the lakes within our community with ease.  Give us a little more time!!

Dauntless Francis Asbury


Both Lake Asbury and South Lake Asbury are named for the early American pioneer, Francis Asbury.  Asbury was the first and greatest circuit rider on the colonial scene.  He traveled 275,000 miles preaching in all thirteen colonies and in the trackless, untamed mountains to the west.  Natural beauties such as those to be seen around the lakes are described in Asbury's journal.  It is the appropriate that these lakes bear the name of the "prophet of the long road" who "rambled America" molding its moral fiber and observing its beauty.