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Preserving, conserving, and protecting Lake Anna and its watershed since the 1990's.
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CURRENT EVENTS

- - LACA Annual Meeting

-- LACA Board Meetings

-- FIREWORKS 2014 & 2015

LACA DOCUMENTS

LINKS

LACA LIBRARY

ECOLI 10-2013 Map

Dissolved Oxygen 10-2013 Map

pH 10-2013 Map


CONTACT US


 

WELCOME TO SPRING!!!

New Lake Anna Landmark Map - Click here

FIRST RESPONDERS ON LAKE ANNA NEED THE PUBLIC'S HELP:
see details on Dock Location Signs and
Application Form- Click here


INTERESTED IN JOINING LACA- click here for an Application form

<---If you are looking for results on Water Quality Testing, click on one of the links at the left.

*** LACA BOD AGENDA MARCH 6TH MEETING - CLICK HERE.

*** LACA BOD MINUTES FROM JANUARYMEETING - CLICK HERE.

*** 2013 LACA ANNUAL MEETING: A SUCCESS - FOR A COPY OF THE MINUTES CLICK HERE. FOR A REVIEW OF THE PAST YEAR'S ACOOMPLISHMENTS AND ACITVITIES CLICK HERE

 LACA SURVEY THE RESULTS ARE IN!! Thank You to all members who responded to the recent LACA survey. We got 191 returned survey forms. That is over 25% of members an outstanding response! Click HERE to see the survey with results posted by each possible response. Also we have prepared a summary of responses which include a summary of the many comments that were included on the forms. Click HERE to see the summary. The LACA Board is preparing a list of actions that we are taking based on the survey. Watch the LACA quarterly newsletter for actions taken and progress.

LACA has worked closely with DEQ and VDH to discuss the feasibility of implementing a public notification system, whereby lake users would be notified when levels of indicator bacteria (E. coli) in the water are above acceptable limits for recreational use (over 235 cfu/100 ml). We determined that a traditional notification program cannot be implemented at this time due to a number of factors that would impact posting and removing advisory signs on the lake. However, we collectively prepared a fact sheet to help lake users make informed decisions about swimming in certain areas of the lake, particularly when bacteria levels are above acceptable limits.

If Water Quality maps show that bacteria levels exceed acceptable limits, please refer to our fact sheet: Click Here. We hope this is a just a first step in informing lake users of potential health risks, and providing tips to help you and your family prevent swimming related illness.

 

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You can advertise your business here (and in our quarterly newsletter) for only $75 a year
or $135 for 2 years. Contact
Chris Shultis
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