LACA's WQ Volunteers
LACA's Water Quality (WQ) team and Virginia's Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) regularly monitor the lake and streams in the watershed. DEQ monitors the lake on a monthly basis. LACA monitors water quality parameters four times a year in April, June, August and October. LACA also works with DEQ and the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) to monitor for harmful algae blooms. Our algae and water quality data are available in the WQ Data pages. Virginia Department of Health (VDH) HAB info is available here. Information on LACA's Cyanobacteria Mitigation & Remediation Program is available at this link.
An expansion of the former LACA Environmental Education Committee, the Environmental Preservation Committee has turned its focus on the causes of the recent Harmful Algae Blooms, potential remediation and possible solutions to the issue. As a result they are also looking at other detrimental impacts to the beauty and enjoyment of Lake Anna.
Learn more about these important issues and ways you can help by clicking here.
With the turn of the calendar it's time to start thinking about summer and all the fun Lake Anna brings. One of those long-standing traditions is the annual fireworks show, which will be held on Saturday, July 1 to celebrate the 4th of July holiday.
Additionally, Lake Anna will be celebrating its golden anniversary, 50 years in existence bringing family, friends and visitors together in a unique community.
Please click here to learn more about our fireworks show. To support the annual shoot by donating, click here. The shoot is funded entirely by donations from our community so your support is appreciated and needed to make this the best year yet
Our donors are listed here starting with those received August 1 of each year through July 31 of the following year.
As the summer boating season begins, there are numerous things you should check before heading out on the lake. In addition to ensuring your boat is in good operating condition, you should make sure you have all the necessary safety equipment on board. There are other tips to keep you and your passengers and others safe.
The committee also encourages everyone to be aware of your surroundings and know the various 911 emergency markings such as the bridge signs, yellow dock signs and island signs.
To learn more click here
Long Awaited Public Hearing for 40 home subdivision on the Hayden Property to occur March 6, 2024!
For additional information click HERE.
Louisa Planning Commission to consider repeal of parts of Lake Anna Shoreline ordinance:
Adopted in 2005, the ordinance lays out development and design standards for overwater structures like docks, boathouses and boardwalks and largely mirrors Dominion Energy’s development guidelines. Louisa County’s professional planning staff recommends that supervisors repeal two components of the ordinance, which address “Safe navigation” and “Neighbor policies,” because they mostly duplicate Dominion’s regulations. See Tammy Purcells Engage Louisa for details on this proposed change in County Code HERE.