Location: Clubhouse Green
Date: May 4th 8 a.m. to 12 noon
Free to residents of Roaming Shores Village
No Limit on loads; no commercial or landscaping vehicles allowed
Unacceptable Items are: tires, refrigerated appliances, batteries, barrels or drums, bullets or shells, commercial waste, dirt, rocks, bricks, tree stumps, combustible materials, liquid and hazardous waste, toxic materials, paint cans, yard waste, food waste and gas cylinders
Afterwards join us in the clubhouse for Expo ’19
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Rain or Shine!
Scrap Tire Amnesty Event
Do you have scrap tires you would like to depart with? The Ashtabula County Solid Waste District will be hosting a tire amnesty event for Ashtabula County Residents (must show proof of residency) on May 11th from 9am to 1pm. Collection to be held at: Ashtabula County Fairgrounds (west side of North Poplar Street, Jefferson 44047) Up to 4 tires free per vehicle! $1 per tire after, up to a maximum total of 10 tires. NO oversize tires (over 22” rim size)! NO rims!
Over our long winter, a few large trees fell into the lake. Here is some video of us using our dredging barges to assist in getting a large tree out of the lake near Morning Point.
In the Association’s continuous efforts of upgrading our facilities and infrastructure, the split rail fence located at the entrance and exit of the Clubhouse was replaced last week by our maintenance crew.
It looks much better, great job! Future improvements scheduled for this year include our outdoor restroom facilities.
On Monday, April 15th, the RRA Office will switch over to its Summer Hours. Until mid-September, the Office will be open 7 days a week, from 9am to 5pm.
Coming in to register your boat for the year?
Please remember to bring both your current State Registration and your Title. Can’t find your State registration? Check on your boat.
Your Dues & Assessments must be paid in full before purchasing 2019 boat decals.
Your 2018 RRA boat decals are valid until April 30th. On and after May 1st, all boats on the lake must have 2019 RRA decals affixed.
|Type of Boat||Fee|
|Watercraft Over 10HP||$50|
|Watercraft Under 10HP||$20|
|Over 5 Watercraft||Additional $100|
|Non-Powered Watercraft||N/A (ensure lot number is on ALL watercraft)|
|Key Fob||$10 (One Time)
For over 40 years, the Fishing Club has sponsored many programs and events to promote education, fun and competition on the lake. The Fishing Club’s first event of the year will be the Don Williams All Species Tournament on Saturday, May 25th.
This year the Fishing Club will host 2 All Species tournaments, 1 Bass Tournament, a Couples Tournament, a Kids Learn to Fish Day, the Kids Fishing Day, and a Clam Bake. The club also host monthly “Longest Fish” and the Biggest Bass of the year.
If you’re not a member yet, you can send $20 to the Fishing Club at P.O. Box 478, Roaming Shores, OH 44084. Be sure to include your Name, Address, Lot #, and Phone Number. This is a family membership.
Last year, the 1st Annual Roaming Shores 5K was held. We had a whopping 73 participants sign up! This year’s 5K will be held on Saturday, July 6th. This will be the same day as the Fireworks, the RSPD’s Cardboard Boat Races, and the Jason Scribben Memorial Volleyball Tournament. Save the date!!
Early registration for the 5K is now open! Early registrants can take advantage of a discounted rate and are guaranteed a shirt or tank top (limited quantities available race day). You can register online or mail-in a paper entry. This event helps support our local Safety Services and the Annual Fireworks display!
Participate last year? Wanna beat your time? Check out last year’s results!
The Ashtabula County Emergency Management Agency has implemented SwiftReach’s Swift911™ alerting solution. This will allow us to alert our community with emergency messages; VIA telephone, text or email, and provide important information on how to take action.
Some contact information, either provided by SwiftReach or from the county’s internal collections, has already been uploaded in the system. However, a majority of our community members are not in the system.
On 03-04-2019 a power outage message was sent out which only reached 160 of the 588 telephone numbers that were on file for the village. There are approximately 925 residential homes in the Village of Roaming Shores. The low number of contacts was due to 72% of the on file numbers being outdated, obsolete or incorrect. The additional 337 uncontacted residences were simply not registered.
There are two (2) simple options to opt-in and provide contact information, or change the current/possibly outdated information we have for you.
# 1 Swift911™ WEB PORTAL
Go to The Ashtabula County website which can be found at www.ashtabulacounty.us.
Within the Ashtabula County website, there is a Swift911™ link with logo located at the bottom right of the page.
Simply click on Swift911 image and follow instructions to provide your information.
#2 Swift911™ MOBILE APP
To get the Swift911™ Mobile App, simply text the word “Swift911” to “99538”. You will receive a response with a link for the Swift911™ Public App within your app store. This app is free and available on most Apple, Android and Windows smartphones.
We can only alert you of an emergency if we have your correct contact information.
If you do not have access to a computer or smart phone or if you are unable to register with the above two options, please contact the police department and we will forward your information along to the EMA so that they can manually input your information into the system.
Chief of Police
Roaming Shores Police Department
2500 Hayford Road
Roaming Shores, Ohio 44084
Update: Services were restored at 10:38pm on 3/22/19
We have been informed that 911 might not be working in our area. If you have an emergency and 911 is not working, call 440-576-0055. If you need the Roaming Shores Police Dept non-emergency line, dial 440-563-3135. Affected numbers should have received a phone call. Those numbers will also receive a call once the issue is resolved.
Saturday, April 27th will be the Annual Meeting of the RomeRock Association. The meeting will be held at the Clubhouse beginning at 1pm. The Annual Meeting is where the Treasurer’s report for fiscal year 2018 will be presented, the results of the Board of Directors election will be announced, and the Directors will report on activities of the past year. Refreshments and pizza from Paradise Bay will be served at the Clubhouse following the meeting.
Please make an effort to attend as the growth and success of our association depends on the active participation of its members.
The STARS Club will have a table setup at the Annual Meeting with a donation bin for the Fireworks Fund.
**Please note, the Office will close at 11am on the 27th to set up for the Annual Meeting and will not open until an hour after the Meeting is adjourned.