Schooner Bay Landing Community
Looking for a new home? At Schooner Bay Landing (SBLCA), we know that home is much more than where you lay your head at night. It’s where you work, it’s where you live, where you play. That’s why we want to provide you with all of the information you need to make an informed decision about the community you choose to live in. We want you to be happy with where you choose to live your life. We want to provide you with information about our community, our city, and surrounding areas to help you get to know our neighborhood. Whether you are new to the Southwest Missouri or have lived here for years, we’re here to help you get connected.
Community - Condo Living
Owning a condo is a shared responsibility between the individual home owner and the Association. Although a condo home owner is relieved from the worry of performing routine common area maintenance; being a condo home owner also means that many decision are now made collectively through elected representatives, the Board of Directors.
Schooner Bay Landing Condominium Association is comprised of 172 units/Homes in 39 buildings. A building may have 2, 6 or even 12 homes. Green space is plentiful on our 32 acre property which connects with Corp property ending at beautiful Table Rock Lake. We have no local traffic on our roads which allow for a walk in the neighborhood with very minimal traffic.
We have 2 pools located between the Community Center and Office. Our pools open Memorial Day and close shortly after Labor Day - depending on the weather. Pool hours are 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Our community takes pride in recycling. "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle". This is truly recycling made easy. Just place all recyclable items (recycling list) in the container located at the dumpster area. Paper bags are permitted, please no plastic bags. Republic Services will handle all the sorting. They pick up the recycling dumpster every other week. Recycling will preserve our natural resources, conserve energy, help keep air and water clean, and prevent adding to the landfill.
With the help of one of our residents, we were able to install this dry hydrant. The Fire Department is able to hook up their tanker trucks to Table Rock Lake and supply water to a pumper at the fire location.
The Schooner Bay Association Library is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. There are books, audio books, DVDs, puzzles, and games available for our residents and guests to take out. If you find any books, etc. that you want to read, you simply take them with you. You don't have to "check them out" as in public libraries. The same goes for the magazines, movies and puzzles. Even if you are leaving for out of town and the book isn't finished - take it with you. There is a plastic bin next to one set of shelves for book returns or for any books, puzzles, etc. you wish to donate to the library. Just set the items in there, and the librarian will put them away. There is a children's section which has children's books, puzzles and games. This section works the same way as the adult section with the exception of the children's games. If you have company for a week or a weekend though, take the games for the kids and return them when your company leaves.
When you walk into the library you will notice a jigsaw puzzle on the table which is for everyone to work on at their leisure. If you want to get out of the house, come on down and put in some pieces. Chances are someone else will be there too. If you are going to work on it for a while or sit at the table and read a magazine or something, there is a coffee pot available. All the supplies are right there. Feel free to make a pot - someone else will probably help you drink it.