Beaverdam Creek Reservoir Closed to the Public for Four Years: Voice Your Concern!
On April 22, 2014, Loudoun Water issued a press release announcing that due to the Beaverdam Creek Reservoir renovation project, the reservoir and surrounding property will be closed to the public, effective immediately. According to a Loudoun Times article, the renovation is a four-year project, which may mean that the restricted access will be in effect for the full duration.
Several Belmont Glen HOA residents are actively engaged with Loudoun Water and Loudoun County executives to voice their concern and needs of the residents to maintain public access to the Beaverdam Creek Reservoir. See updates…
Here’s how you can get involved:
- Visit the Beaverdamcreekreservoir.com website for ongoing updates
- Contact Mark Peterson (firstname.lastname@example.org), Executive Director of Stakeholder Relations, Loudoun Water
- Send an email to the Loudoun Water Board of Supervisors at email@example.com
- Sign a petition to stop the closing of Beaverdam Reservoir to the public
Other related news:
- Feb 14, 2014: Loudoun Water Acquires Reservoirs and Treatment Plant from City of Fairfax Loudoun Water has executed a historic purchase agreement to acquire all drinking water assets in Loudoun County controlled by the City of Fairfax. Read more…
- Follow the “Clean Up Beaverdam Reservoir” Facebook page
Say No to the Bi-County Parkway!
The Belmont Glen HOA will continually share information related to the Belmont Ridge Road Widening and the Bi-County Parkway but its up to the community members to rally together and voice opposition. These efforts are closely connected and will most definately impact our quality of life and property value. Here’s how you can get involved:
- Visit the Say NO to TriCounty Parkway Facebook page to keep abreast of the related activities, meetings and discussions
- Take action by signing the petition
- Continually monitor important updates provided by the BGHOA
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