The Chippewa Yacht Club is a members only website Incorporated 1895
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CYC Ambient Weather Station: Click for current CYC Weather

To access the CYC Weather Station from your cell phone, download the Ambient Weather App.  Look for this logo. Find the app for iPhone, at the app Store, and for Android, at Google Play.

Click this link for instructions on how to access our website on your desktop or laptop computer. This can be done in one click. (You are bookmarking the page). 
 

Click this link for instructions on how to access  the CYC website on the front page of your cell phone.

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The CYC Store will be open every Saturday, from 9-11am!

Our plan is to maintain those hours until Labor Day. 

 The selling team (Katie Walker, Julia Bonisteel and Anne Simon) felt safe opening windows indoors with fans,  and limiting access to the browsing area to 3-4 folks at a time in the ice house.  We may also wear masks if we are indoors for check out.  We hope our community can support those restrictions in order to have more access/days available.

We would love to train a few others…if you are interested, please stop by.

                   Chippewa Store Hours

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Fresh vegetables & fruit

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Mon 9 – 4,   Tue  – Thurs  8 – 4,   Fri – Sat 8 – 5,   Closed Sundays

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International Lake Ontario-St. Lawrence River Board

  The International Lake Ontario-St. Lawrence River Board ensures that outflows from Lake Ontario meet the requirements of the International Joint Commission’s Orders of Approval. The Board also has responsibilities to communicate with the public.

Latest News Releases

July 16 – Lake Ontario Water Levels Increased Due to Recent Rainfall – International Lake Ontario – St. Lawrence River Board to End Deviations 

Current News

Alexandria Transfer Site 

The Town of Alexandria is requiring all non-taxpayers who use the transfer site to pay a six month or yearly use permit fee in addition to dumping fees.

Ogdensburg Transfer Station 

As of April 1, 2021, operators of recreational vessels less than 26′ long are required to use an engine cut-off switch

Expected 2021 Water levels

 

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Photo by Devon Faith English
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Photo by CJ Gorius

Motorboats

Under a new law, known as Brianna’s Law, ALL motor boat operators: 

  • Born on or after Jan. 1, 1993 will need a boating safety certificate beginning in 2020.
  • Born on or after Jan. 1, 1988 will need a boating safety certificate beginning in 2022.
  • Born on or after Jan. 1, 1983 will need a boating safety certificate beginning in 2023.
  • Born on or after Jan. 1, 1978 will need a boating safety certificate beginning in 2024.
  • All motor boat operators regardless of age will need this certificate beginning in 2025.

Useful Links & Notices

 

 

 

Mama and her 10 little ducklings

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