Our purpose is to promote, maintain
and enhance a clean and healthy
natural environment, a well serviced
community and a safe and peaceful
Lake of Bays.
Our purpose is to promote, maintain and enhance a clean and healthy natural environment, a well serviced community and a safe and peaceful Lake of Bays.
The Lake of Bays Association (LOBA) represents the interests of seasonal and permanent residents of Lake of Bays in the Northern Muskoka Lakes area of Ontario, Canada. Membership is open to all who support the mission, ideals, concerns and goals of the Association. Our members are those who affect the lake and are affected by it. We invite you to visit our website often to stay informed about the Association’s activities and the issues that impact people who live and play in and around Lake of Bays. You can help us serve Lake of Bays by being a member. Please join us.
In 2016, MPAC will update the assessed values of more than five million properties in Ontario based on a legislated valuation date of January 1, 2016. What’s New: A New Property Assessment Notice – Residential Notices will be mailed on July 11th for Parry Sound/Muskoka District(s) with Business Notices mailed in October. MPAC is delivering… Read more »
In case you missed Peter Sale’s presentation at the LOBA AGM, some key highlights are available on the District of Muskoka website by clicking on the link below. https://muskoka.civicweb.net/document/27580 The Muskoka Watershed Council has studied the climate we are likely to see at mid-century, and has assessed the impacts it will have on our environment,… Read more »
Is your boat too loud? This video, produced by the Safe Quiet Lakes Association, in cooperation with the OPP explains the regulations governing mufflers on boats. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6N63q8KebdE. For more information on respectful boating and how to share the lake, please visit http://safequiet.ca/ Read more »
Many people who attended the LOBA AGM were able to see (and purchase) a copy of the new Lake of Bays Depth Map, created by Greg Betteridge, a recently retired trout biologist with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources in Algonquin Provincial Park, in cooperation with Jeff McMurtrie of Jeff’s Map (jeffsmap.com). Many at the… Read more »
Smaller Waterfront Back Lots Approved by District Council Latest Update on Lake of Bays Official Plan – July 5, 2016: On June 20th, The District of Muskoka Council approved the updated Official Plan for the Township of Lake of Bays, including an amendment to reduce the minimum size of waterfront back lots from the current… Read more »