Forever Wild Water Company
The Au Sable Acres Subdivision
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RATES - ANNUAL
$467.68 Water Charge
$200.00 Surcharge (Signor)
$53.64 Surcharge (Kitzbuhel)
RATES - QUARTERLY
$116.92 Water Charge
$50.00 Surcharge (Signor)
$13.41 Surcharge (Kitzbuhel)
$50.00 Turn off/Turn on Fee
In the early 60s the Adirondack Park Agency gave approval for the Au Sable Acres Subdivision, a vacation home development in the Township of Jay. The developer, John Eaton, an enterprising gentlemen developed the area throughout the 60’s & 70's.
Water is supplied by a private company, Forever Wild Water Company Inc. The fees are $534.76 yearly with a $50 per quarter surcharge. The water supply is overseen by the NYS Dept. of Public Health and must abide by all state mandates relating to public water supplies.
Roads are maintained by the Town of Jay and plowed during the winter by the Town Highway Department.
The subdivision was nicely done and all lots within are about 1 acre in size and wooded. The lots were developed like this to retain a degree of privacy from home to home. There are covenants and restrictions that apply to all properties. Au Sable Acres has part & full time residents and has become a year round vacation rental community within the northern Region of the Adirondack mountains. Located within the High Peaks and centrally located to New York City and Canada. The Au Sable Acres is also located close to Lake Placid and minutes from the Olympic Whiteface Mountain. It's setting is along the East Branch of the Au Sable River; "The dream mile with the best trout fishing."
The Au Sable Acres Property Owner’s Assocociation website will give you a better impression of the area. Membership in the association is voluntary and costs $55.00 per year. Amenities available to members are 6 miles of hiking and cross country ski trails, a small lake (Lake Eaton) with picnic area for canoeing, kayaking, or fishing, and two tennis courts.
The architectural guidelines can be seen on the Au Sable Acres website. Nothing is allowed less than 560 Sq. Ft. and construction on piers is no longer allowed. These are recent changes to the Architectural requirements put in place by the AAPOA.