• Watch the Meet the Candidates forum footage now on our Facebook page!

    Click the button below to watch the live stream footage from 2021 Meet the Candidates Forum.

  • 2021 Slip Assignment Day & Sub-License Assignments announced

    The 7th annual Slip Assignment Day will be held Saturday, April 10 at 10:00 a.m. Available boat slips will be posted on the website and in the Association Office lobby after the Slip Swap on March 27. Both the No Boat Slip Waiting List and the Sub-License Slip Waiting List will close at 3:00 p.m. on Friday, April 9. All property owners in good standing on the No Boat Slip Waiting List and/or Sub-License Slip Waiting List are eligible and encouraged to participate.

    Current COVID guidelines restrict in-person attendance at any event to 50 persons. With staff present, we anticipate we can host 47 people in person. If you are able to attend via Zoom, please do so. The Zoom link will be shared in advance of the meeting. Anyone attending in person is asked to send ONE representative per lot to give more lots the opportunity to attend in person. Temperatures will be checked upon entry to the Clubhouse and face coverings must be worn by all attendees for the duration of the meeting. We will not provide food or beverage this year. If more than 47 persons show up for the meeting, we will have to overflow the extra attendees to a secondary location or outdoors, weather permitting. Anyone wishing to pick up their amenity tags, stickers, etc. is asked to set this up prior to April 9 so your materials can be prepared and brought out to the Clubhouse for pickup before or after the meeting. Please be courteous and respect these guidelines.

    At the Slip Assignment Day, the first property owner on the No Boat Slip Waiting List will be offered first choice of the available slips; the second property owner on the list will have a choice of the remaining slips; etc.; proceeding down the list until all available slips are assigned. After all licensed slips have been assigned, property owners who have submitted an application for the Sub-License Slip Waiting List and who have sub-licensed a slip in past year(s) will be given the opportunity to retain the same slip, if it is available. After all prior-year assignments have been made, the first property owner on the Sub-License Slip Waiting List will be offered first choice of the remaining sub-license slips; the second property owner on the list will have a choice of the remaining sub-license slips; etc.; proceeding down the list. Any sub-license slips remaining after the event will be available for assignment on a first come, first served basis.

    If a property owner is unable to attend either via Zoom or in person but would still like the opportunity to receive a trade or assignment, they must submit a Representative Request Form to pre-register another individual to select a slip on their behalf. These forms will be mailed to everyone on each waiting list prior to the event. The form must be received in the Association Office by the end of business on the Friday, April 9. The proxy must also present a copy of the Representative Request Form the day of the event to participate. If the proxy does not present a copy of the Representative Request Form the day of the event, or the form is not submitted to the Association Office in advance, the individual will not be allowed to participate.

    All slip assignments and sub-license assignments made at the Slip Assignment Day are final and cannot be rescinded. Those individuals accepting a No Boat Slip Waiting List assignment will have until March 1, 2022 to register a boat to the slip. Payment for both types of slip assignments must be received within 7 days of the Assignment Day. Staff will be accepting payments in the Clubhouse. Checks or exact cash are preferred, but we will be able to run card payments with a 4% convenience fee. Those slip license holders seeking a different licensed assignment may submit a Boat Slip to Trade Waiting List application after the current slip has been paid for.

    If a property owner accepts an assignment at the event, they are removed from the respective No Boat Slip Waiting List or Sub-License Slip Waiting List. If an assignment is not accepted, the property owner maintains their position on the waiting list.

  • Important Message from Safety & Security

    An email from Prairie Path Water Company was sent out to various Property Owners in Apple Canyon Lake warning of potential water leaks in our area and what to check for. This notice has resulted in a heavy call volume to our Association Office and Safety & Security Department. 

    The Safety & Security Department is actively checking homes for water damage. Rest assured, someone will contact you if your home has a leak.If you are concerned, the best thing that you could do would be to contact a friend or neighbor to check your home.

    Thank you.

  • The Tellers Committee Has Verified the Written Ballots for the Bylaws. Next Meeting March 6 at 1:00pm.
  • Update on the Vote on Proposed Changes to Declaration and Bylaws!

    At today’s Special Meeting of the Voting Members – 

    The Apple Canyon Lake Property Owners’ Association Amended and Restated Bylaws – a quorum of 125 votes was reached, so voting for the Bylaws has been closed. The Tellers committee will verify and count the written ballots on Tuesday. Once they have finished their tallying, we will announce the results of the vote. At least 2/3 of the votes cast must be in favor of the Amended Bylaws for approval. 

    The Amended Declaration of the Covenants and Restrictions for Apple Canyon Lake Property Owners’ Association – A quorum was not reached, so the special meeting will be continued until March 6, 2021 at 1:00 pm. Voting will continue for the Amended Declaration until at least 2/3 affirmative votes of all Voting Members or 1/3 against is reached.

  • Pro shop and Solid Waste & Recycling Closures 2/4/21
  • Important Message from Safety & Security
  • Attention Voting Members!

    Your 2021 Assessment Packet is On The Way!

    Within the Assessment Packet, you will find ballots assigned to your designated voting member. These ballots will be used to vote on the Proposed Amended & Restated Declaration of Covenantsand Restrictions and the Amended & Restated Bylaws.. . .Inside the packet you will find: 

    • A notice to the membership
    • A booklet with both documents
    • A ballot for each document
    • A pre-paid return envelope
    • Directions on how to vote online

    . . .Additionally, you will also be receiving 2 emails today at approximately 8:00 am *from invitations@mail.electionbuddy.com with links to your ballots, along with instructions on how to vote online. *If you do not see these emails, please be sure to check your ‘Junk’ and/or ‘Spam’ folders.. . .For Election Questions: Please email Electionbuddy Support at applecanyonlake@electionbuddy.comFor Questions about the Governing Documents: Please contact the Office (815) 492-2238 during regular business hours or email customerservice@applecanyonlake.org

  • Updated Solid Waste & Recycling Center Hours

  • 2021 Payment Plans Available!

    Payment Plan deadline

    ACLPOA Payment Plans

    The Apple Canyon Lake Property Owners Association is offering two payment plan options for those property owners needing assistance paying their annual assessment (dues) and fees. There is a $35 Payment Plan Processing Fee per lot entered on the Payment Plan. All payments will be automatic ACH withdrawals initiated by ACL; other payment types are not offered as part of the Payment Plan. The terms for the three installment ACLPOA Payment Plan are as follows:

    Withdrawn on March 1

    $368 1/3 of the Annual Assessment [Dues]
    $34 1/3 of the Owner Amenity Registration Fee(s), (if two owners $68, if three
    owners $102)
    $35 Payment Plan Processing Fee
    $120 Trash Fee (if applicable)
    $205 Seasonal Boat Slip/Boat Registration (if applicable)
    $750 Seasonal Campsite/Camper Registration (if applicable)
    $25 Outdoor Golf Storage (if applicable)
    $125 Inside Golf Storage (if applicable)
    $20 Kayak Locker (if applicable)

    *All other recreational vehicles such as ATVs, golf carts, boats, non-motorized boats, and snowmobiles, Heat Light Program, Camper Storage, etc., must be paid with the payment plan or removed from the account until used. These fees will be included in the March payment unless staff are instructed to remove them from the account at the time of signup.

    Withdrawn on May 15

    $366 1/3 of the Annual Dues
    $33 1/3 of the Owner Amenity Registration Fee(s), (if two owners $66, if three
    owners $99)

    Withdrawn on July 15

    $366 1/3 of the Annual Dues
    $33 1/3 of the Owner Amenity Registration Fee(s), (if two owners $66, if three
    owners $99)

    The terms for the five installment ACLPOA Payment Plan are as follows:

    Withdrawn on March 1

    $220 1/5 of the Annual Assessment [Dues]
    $20 1/5 of the Owner Amenity Registration Fee(s), (if two owners $40, if three
    owners $60)
    $35 Payment Plan Processing Fee
    $120 Trash Fee (if applicable)
    $205 Seasonal Boat Slip/Boat Registration (if applicable)
    $750 Seasonal Campsite/Camper Registration (if applicable)
    $25 Outdoor Golf Storage (if applicable)
    $125 Inside Golf Storage (if applicable)
    $20 Kayak Locker (if applicable)

    *All other recreational vehicles such as ATVs, golf carts, boats, non-motorized boats, and snowmobiles, Heat Light Program, Camper Storage, etc., must be paid with the payment plan or removed from the account until used. These fees will be included in the March payment unless staff are instructed to remove them from the account at the time of signup.

    Withdrawn on May 15

    $220 1/5 of the Annual Dues
    $20 1/5 of the Owner Amenity Registration Fee(s), (if two owners $40, if three
    owners $60)

    Withdrawn on June 15

    $220 1/5 of the Annual Dues
    $20 1/5 of the Owner Amenity Registration Fee(s), (if two owners $40, if three
    owners $60)

    Withdrawn on July 15

    $220 1/5 of the Annual Dues
    $20 1/5 of the Owner Amenity Registration Fee(s), (if two owners $40, if three
    owners $60)

    Withdrawn on August 15

    $220 1/5 of the Annual Dues
    $20 1/5 of the Owner Amenity Registration Fee(s), (if two owners $40, if three
    owners $60)

    To sign up for the ACLPOA Payment Plan, property owners must do the following:

    Download 2021 Payment Plan ACH Form

    PRIOR TO JANUARY 31, 2021, SEND A VOIDED CHECK AND THE PAYMENT PLAN ACH FORM TO THE ACLPOA OFFICE. Any incomplete forms or forms returned without a voided check will not be included in the payment plan for 2021. Payment Plans set up after January 31, 2021, will also be subject to a Late Signup Fee of $25 per lot. Payment Plan submissions cannot be accepted after February 25, 2021.

    DO NOT SEND A CHECK FOR PAYMENT IF USING THE PAYMENT PLAN. Make sure all of the owners on the lot are aware the lot is on the payment plan. Duplicate payments will be applied to the balance due unless everything is paid in full. Overpayments will be refunded via check.

    All insufficient funds for ACH will be charged a $35 fee. If there are two NSF, the lot will be removed from the Payment Plan, and payment in full by cashier’s check, money order, cash, or valid credit card (4% convenience fee applies) will be required within 10 days, or a lien will be filed. The Delinquent Dues Fee and Interest will be assessed immediately. If a property owner has had one or more payments returned NSF (non-sufficient funds) or otherwise been removed from the payment plan in past years, the General Manager may, at his/her discretion, prohibit a property owner from participating in the payment plan for up to three (3) years and/or from receiving amenity tags, auto stickers, etc. until the final payment has been completed successfully.

    Please call the Association Office at (815) 492-2238 if you have any questions about the payment plan.

  • Solid Waste & Recycling Center Winter Hours

  • Spirit Halloween Tour Maps now available!
  • Delay to October Apple Core!
  • Fire Hydrant Flushing

    Please be advised that fire hydrant flushing will occur over the next few days. Do not be alarmed by a sudden loss of water pressure as this can be expected during flushing.

  • Town Hall meetin TONIGHT at 6:00 pm.
  • View the 2020 ACLPO Foundation UTV Raffle Numbers!

    The ACLPO Foundation UTV Raffle Tickets list is available below. This list updated as of Saturday, September 12th, 2020 at 1:00pm.

    View the list and find your numbers here!

    To purchase tickets visit www.applecanyonlake.org/win!

  • Fiber Installation in progress at the Marina.
  • Notice to Property Owners Regarding Construction, Improvements, Repairs, and Renovations

    The ACL Building Inspector would like to remind all ACL Property Owners and contractors that it is the responsibility of the Property Owner to make sure all ACL and Jo Daviess County permits have been obtained and are in order before any work can be performed.

    Please refer to the following items taken from the ACL Building and Environmental Code Book. The Code is available on-line at http://applecanyonlake.org/forms/ under MAINTENANCE. If you have any question, please contact the Building Inspector at 815-492-0900. The email address is buildinginspector@applecanyonlake.org . Office hours are Thursday and Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.

    102.1 Permit Required
    It is a violation to construct, add to, relocate, alter, remove or demolish, or to commence the construction, addition, alterations, removal or demolition of a building, structure, dock, beach or other amenities without first filing with the AECC an application in writing and obtaining a formal permit. Any partitioning, subdivision or remodeling of any residential interior area requires an ACL Building Permit, as well as verification that the existing septic system remains adequate. Inadequate septic system designs shall be enlarged as required to meet Jo Daviess County and ACL Code Standards. Any violations of the above sentence will result in the permit fees being doubled.

    Dish antennas, solar panels, or similar devices that are not a part of a residence will require a separate building permit.

    No activity in the opinion of the AECC which significantly changes the existing topographic character of the land shall be commenced without first seeking approval of the AECC. This includes any grading, filling, moving, and shaping of the terrain and alterations of natural watersheds. Seeding and planting activities that do not alter the existing ground contours (as defined in Section 126 of the Code, Landscaping /Grading) are exempt.

    102.3 Continuation of Permit
    Where no work has been started within 180 days after the issuance of a permit, such permit shall be void. Exterior work must be completed within 365 days after the issuance of a permit or the permit shall be void. A new permit must be obtained before any work may begin or continue. A fee according to the fee schedule will be charged for the issuance of the new permit.

  • Illinois Boating Laws and Equipment Checklist

    View the Illinois laws by clicking the image below.

  • Do You Need a Building Permit?

    Thinking about summer remodeling projects? New homes are not the only construction projects that require approval of the Architectural and Environmental Control Committee. Major landscaping, shoreline decks and patios, house additions, and garages are just a few of the types of projects which also require committee approval before a building permit can be issued. Submitting plans for approval early will help to ensure that your project can be finished on time. The AECC meets on the first Saturday of the month. Applications and plans must be submitted at least ten days before the meeting to be considered for approval.

    Applications and building code regulations may be obtained from the Building Inspector or on the website http://applecanyonlake.org/forms/ under the Maintenance heading. Information about specific requirements for plan submission can be received by contacting the Building Inspector by email at buildinginspector@applecanyonlake.org  or by phone at 815-492-0900. Please do not hesitate to contact the office with questions about any projects you may have in mind for the upcoming year.

    ACLPOA 2019 Construction Fee Schedule – Board approved 10/20/18

    New Dwelling: Permit Fee/Inspection (Good for one (1) year)… $1,000

    Environmental Impact Fee (Non-Refundable): New dwelling only… $1,000

    GIS: Full Site… $325     

    Environmental/Debris Bond (Refundable)… $500

    Additions to Existing Dwelling: Permit fee… $0.20/sf

    All Accessory Structures… $0.20/sf





    General Permits: Per item… $10

    Small Misc. Permits/Projects

    Exterior Doors

    Exterior Windows

    Exterior Siding/Painting

    Interior Remodeling




    New installation not done with a new dwelling

    Rebuilt or resurfaced

    Shoreline Construction

    Installation/repair of:




    Boat lift




    Any earthwork or lot grading whether performed as a single

    project or as a series projects on an existing developed lot:

    Cart path


    Land retaining wall


    Trim/cut trees within 50 feet of shoreline    



    Shingle tear-off/replacement

  • ACL Community Garage Sales August 15th!

    After having to postpone our normal June Garage Sales due to Covid, we are excited to announce we will host our Community Garage Sales on
    Saturday, August 15, 2020 from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm!

  • Firehouse Fitness Center Now Open!

    🔥We are pleased to announce that the Firehouse Fitness Center is now open for use! 🔥The Fitness Center has undergone a deep cleaning and some machine removal to promote social distancing while you get your sweat on.

    Current Guidelines: ✌️The capacity limit for the Fitness Center is limited to 2 individuals at a time. 😷Facial coverings are encouraged when the 2 person limit is met. 🧼Guests are also responsible for wiping down any equipment before and after each use.

    📢Reminder, if you are not feeling well, stay home and monitor your symptoms. Some things to look for: A temperature of 100.4 + (F), loss of taste/smell, sore throat, headache, shortness of breath, or difficulty breathing.

  • Septic System Pump and Inspection

    The largest single asset adding value to our homes is our proximity to Apple Canyon Lake. To protect the lake, all septic waste treatment systems are required to be inspected and pumped every 6 years. Letters have been sent on July 1 to the property owners on this year’s septic pumping and inspection schedule. The due date for the P/I report is by September 1, 2020. The letter includes the phone numbers for the ACL registered septic contractors. These contractors have the necessary report form and will send it to the Building Inspector for the property owner. As you probably know, the expense involved is the responsibility of the property owner.

  • The Winning Numbers are in!
    We have contacted the winners by phone and will make arrangements to get their prizes to them.

    Have a great weekend Everyone!
  • Sub-License Boat Slips available

    The following boat slips have been entered in the ACLPOA Sub-License Boat Slip Program are available on a first come, first served basis. To receive an assignment, please call the ACL Association Office at 815-492-2238. Immediate payment is required to receive one of these slip assignments. The available slips are:


  • Pro Shop Serving New Menu! Starting 5/29

    Beginning May 29th The Pro Shop will start offerings its new menu along with outdoor dining! Watch for updates!

  • Campground Opens & Boat Rentals Available beginning May 29th
  • Golf Course & Pro Shop Updates

    The Pro Shop is open for indoor dining, outdoor dining, and carryout
    Monday – Sunday 11:00 am – 8:00 pm

    View the new Menu here.

    The Golf Course is OPEN with restrictions.
    Tee-times MUST be booked by phone and must be paid by credit card. Call 815-492-2477 to book a tee time!
    Monday – Sunday |Starting at 7:00 am

    View the most up to date Illinois Golf Restrictions here!

  • Association Office Curbside Pick-up Guidelines

    The ACL Association Office is offering curbside customer service including delivery of amenity tags, stickers, etc. The current pickup hours are Monday through Saturday from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm daily. The building is still closed. Entry to the building by anyone other than ACL staff cannot be permitted; the drop box located in the lobby is not accessible. Please contact us in advance (at least 24 hours in advance is ideal) to ensure all paperwork is in order and to allow staff to prepare your tags & stickers ahead of time. If you did not call in advance, you will be asked to park to allow staff time to review your account and prepare your packet. Staff will give you the go ahead to pull up for pickup when they are ready.

    When arriving, please pull up to the “Stop Here” sign. Staff will be watching for vehicles, but if they do not see you, please call (815) 492-2238. Staff will confirm your name and hand you an envelope containing your materials. Owners must wear a mask or face covering when interacting with staff. ACL staff will also wear a mask or face covering. Deliveries will not be made to anyone not wearing a mask or face covering. In this circumstance, materials will be left at an agreed upon location for the owner to retrieve after staff has left. All paperwork (insurance, registrations, Trail Indemnities, etc.) should be emailed, faxed, or mailed to the office in advance. All payments must be made over the phone with a credit or debit card or mailed in advance.

    An appointment is required to have a new boat, ATV, or UTV measured. All paperwork (insurance, registrations, Trail Indemnities) must be submitted in advance. All payments must be made over the phone with a credit or debit card or mailed in advance. Measuring will be conducted solely by staff.Owners are required to wear a mask or face covering and respect social distancing. Anyone not wearing a mask or face covering will be required to walk the appropriate distance away from their ATV/UTV, for example, while staff measures the vehicle, and then pick up the stickers from the agreed upon location after staff has left.

  • Next Payment Plan installment will be withdrawn May 15

    Next Payment Plan installment will be withdrawn May 15

    Contact the Office Manager if you need to reschedule your payment

    The second Payment Plan installment will be withdrawn Friday, May 15 as scheduled. We understand that many people are having financial difficulties as a result of these unprecedented times. If you have been financially impacted by COVID-19 and need to reschedule your payment, please contact us no later than Wednesday, May 13. The Office Manager can be reached Monday through Friday from 8am to 3pm at officemanager@applecanyonlake.org or (815) 492-2238 ext. 1134.

  • Fishing and other DNR Licenses Available Online!

    Currently we are not offering DNR licenses.
    However, you can obtain them online at:

  • Senior Exemption Deadline Extended!

    View the full resolution from the Jo Daviess County Board here.

  • IMPORTANT CHANGE to Solid Waste & Recycling Hours!

    Solid Waste & Recycling Center Change of Hours

    Starting immediately, we are implementing new guidelines for the Solid Waste & Recycling Center.

    Only two cars at a time will be allowed to dump their garbage. Vehicles will be required to stop behind a new stop sign and wait until a vehicle leaves the dumping area. They can then proceed and remove their garbage. We hope that this eliminates the issues we have had with social distancing at the recycling center.

    To accommodate this change, we are expanding the hours of the recycling center to the following –

    Monday –     8:00 to 10:00 am

    Thursday –   3:00 to 6:00 pm

    Saturday –     10:00 am to 4:00 pm

    Sunday –       12:00 pm to 4:00 pm

    We hope these changes will allow owners to take their garbage to the recycling center, but still practice social distancing, keeping themselves and the staff safe.

    NOTE: Large Item and Electronic Item Disposal permits are not available at this time. These items cannot be disposed of until further notice.

  • Attend the March Board Meeting and any ACL Committee/Commission Meeting via Zoom!

    ACLPOA is following guidelines to limit gatherings to 10 persons or less. We are encouraging our membership (and our Board, Committee, and Commission members!) to attend meetings remotely via Zoom until further notice.

    Please contact Shaun Nordlie at shaun.nordlie@applecanyonlake.org by Friday, March 20th at 5:00 pm for an invite to the March 21st Board Meeting.

    Invites to any Committee or Commission meeting must be requested by 5:00 pm the day before the meeting is scheduled.

  • 📢 IMPORTANT: ACL Safety and Security update of COVID-19

    📢 IMPORTANT: Apple Canyon Lake Safety and Security update of COVID-19

    We would like to inform our property owners ahead of time that small changes have been made to protect our first responders, ambulance personnel, and law enforcement. When a call to 911 is made, the dispatcher will be asking 3-screening questions pertaining to flu symptoms in addition to finding out the nature of the call.
    If you do report flu-like symptoms, the dispatchers relay that information to our personnel responding to your location. Do not be alarmed if you have flu-like symptoms as our first responders, as well as EMTs, and paramedics will greet you wearing a mask over their mouth and nose, gloves, and possibly even a gown.

    If you call for an ambulance, the EMTs/paramedics will ask you some questions when they get to your location to determine if you have any flu-like symptoms and this will be done using “social distancing” of around 6 feet away. None of these precautions will delay your care. Depending on your symptoms, the EMTs/paramedics may also provide you a mask to wear. This helps limit the spread of any illness.

    On many calls, other fire departments and police officers respond with the ambulance to help. Do not be surprised if some of these responders wait outside your home until the EMTs/paramedics assess you for the symptoms of the flu. These small changes help limit the spread of illnesses and keep our responders safe.

    If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to julie.janssen@applecanyonlake.org or give me a call 815-492-0090. 👉 REMEMBER: to cover your cough, wash your hands, avoid close contact (6 feet social distance), keep contact surfaces clean (tabletops, doorknobs, computer keyboards, phones etc.) and most important if you are sick, PLEASE isolate yourself from others.


    Due to the ongoing COVID-19 progression,
    ACL has the following updates:

    • Limit in-person contact at the Association Office: As of this writing, the Association Office is still open for business. This may change as the Coronavirus situation continues to unfold and guidelines from federal, state, and local agencies are released. Our focus is to protect the health and safety of our employees, property owners, visitors, and vendors. We strongly discourage owners from coming to the office unless there is an urgent need. Please call ahead to ensure an in-person interaction is required and the staff member you wish to see is available. We remind our owners that paperwork can be emailed to customerservice@applecanyonlake.org or faxed to 815-492-2160. Amenity tags, stickers, etc. can be mailed to your home or left in the ACL drop box for pickup. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but remember, our focus is on everyone’s health. We are all in this together.
    • Campsite Swap & Assignment Day, Slip Swap, Slip Assignment Day & Sub-License Assignment: We are currently reviewing our options for these events. They will NOT be conducted as usual on the date planned. We will either postpone the events until later in the Spring, or possibly conduct the event electronically using ZOOM teleconferencing. We will be researching the possibility of using ZOOM and reaching out to all those on these waiting lists soon.
    • The Firehouse Fitness Center: Will be closed effective immediately, through April 1st.
    • The March 21st Job Fair: Is canceled. If you had planned on attending and are still interested in applying, please send your resume to carrie.miller@applecanyonlake.org.
    • The 1st Annual Easter Egg Hunt: Has been canceled. We are greatly saddened to not be able to put on our Easter Egg Hunt and thank those who have kindly donated to the event. The plastic eggs will be saved in hopes of a re-boot next year and the candy will be re-purposed throughout our events later this year. 
    • The ACL Pro Shop: The Pro Shop will be open with special hours from 4:00 – 9:00 pm tonight serving a limited menu and $1 – $2 draft specials. *Watch for updates concerning future Pro Shop hours.
    •  The ACL Clubhouse: As of Wednesday, March 18th all clubhouse activities & events have been canceled through March 31st. This includes: Morning Workout, Cards, Sewing Group, Pot-luck, Clubhouse Rentals, and “open clubhouse” hours. This does not affect Commission & Board Meetings. (If you are on a Commission, please watch for updates from the Office pertaining to any meetings.)
    • The March 17th Primary Elections: The Clubhouse will be OPEN for the Primary Elections. We are taking steps to ensure that everything is being sanitized and wiped down on an hourly basis. After the polls close the Clubhouse will then be closed until March 31st. 

    Please watch for updates via: Facebook, The Apple Seed, and the Apple Canyon Lake Website.

    In case you missed it, you can read the Apple Seed Eblast, using the link below.

  • COVID-19 What You Need to Know

    At this time, we would like to reiterate some simple & easy ways to keep on top of staying healthy. It might not be anything new, but it is nonetheless effective and comes from a reputable source (The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). At this time the Association Office has not cancelled any events and is still open to the public with its normal hours of operation. We have been working together as a team to keep the Office as clean as possible with wiping down keyboards, doorknobs, countertops, community areas, etc. several times throughout the day. Please note that we are getting the same information everyone else is at the same time, so as COVID-19 progresses we will adjust accordingly and keep you informed. Thank you, ACL Staff.