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Community Schools Fall 2014 is offering About Boating Safety. This boating safety class is being taught by the Coast Guard Auxiliary and will give you the knowledge needed to obtain a boating safety certificate in Alaska. This course is a National Association of Boating Law Administrators course recognized nationwide. Many boat insurance companies will offer a discount to boaters who have successfully completed About Boating Safely instruction. Click on the link for class information. DATES ARE: October 19; 1 to 5 p.m. and October 26; 1 to 6 p.m. at Thunder Mountain High School Library, $30 per person ($50 per couple) pay at class Oct. 19. Contact Stuart Robards (


Auke Lake Buoys have been removed.  The Boat Launch Gate will remain open until significant ice covers the Lake.  The No-Wake Zones and areas where motorized vessels are prohitited remain in effect.  If you need additional information, contact Parks & Recreation at 586-5226. 

Auke Lake Management Plan - The CBJ Committee Of the Whole reviewed the Auke Lake Management Plan Summer update summary presented by Parks & Recreation staff on January 13, 2014.  Their direction to Parks & Recreation was:

1) Continue to enforce current ordinance/regulations;

2) Install regulatory buoys;

3) Make public aware of boating safety education;

4) Return to the COW at the end of summer with more usage data. 


April 7, 2014, the CBJ Assembly amended the Auke Lake Ordinance:  Ordinance 2014-20

Final Auke Lake Management Plan of 2013