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5/25/03

Lake Trip Less Costly for Lubbock Residents

If you're planning a trip to Lake Alan Henry this weekend, you'll want to know how much to pay. The Lubbock City Council changed the fee schedule in January. It now costs less to go to the lake for Lubbock residents.

Fees for Lubbock residents are lower because city residents help pay for the cost of the lake through their water bills.

 

The following is the new fee schedule for Lubbock residents:
Daily per person fee:

Weekdays $4

Weekends $5

Daily boating fee:

Weekdays $3

Weekends $6

Daily camping fee:

Weekdays $5

Weekends $8

Annual individual fee:

$35

Annual senior fee:

$25

Annual family fee:

$130

Annual boat stickers:

$20

Non-Lubbock residents will pay the following fees:
Daily per person fee:

Weekdays $6

Weekends $8

Daily boating fee:

Weekdays $5

Weekends $8

Daily camping fee:

Weekdays $7

Weekends $10

Annual individual fee:

$50

Annual senior fee:

$30

Annual family fee:

$150

Annual boat stickers:

$30

                            

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