Welcome to Lake Powell Forest
This is the Home page of the Lake Powell Forest website. The links, at the top, take you to the various sections of this web site. The Residents link takes you to a residents only area for which you will require the login name and password. (If mislaid, please send an email with name and address requesting the latest password)
Lake Powell Forest is situated in Virginia, on the tidewater peninsular, close to the James River, half way between the old Colonial Capital of Virginia, Williamsburg and the first permanent English Settlement at Jamestown.
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Building started about ten years ago, in a cleared area of the forest. There are just over one hundred houses built with the intention of maintaining as much of the forest as possible. Most roads, in the sub-division have conservation corners where natural habitat is encouraged by the careful management of natural plants and trees. There are over 1.7 miles of walking trails through the forest, maintained by community volunteers, through the Lake Powell Forest Home Owners’ Association and a small area of forest, outside of the environmental protected area that is maintained as a community park.
There are several groups that meet regularly such as the Book Club, Wine Tasting Evenings, Movie Club and Dine Around Club.
There is a residents only area in this website, for which a general residents’ user name and password are required for access:
Residents – Where important or just useful information can be found such as Board Minutes, other Board of Director information and Official Documents.
This website is run independently of the Home Owners’ Association.Read more »
01.09.2015 JCC – Upcoming Dates
Drop off leaves free of charge until Jan. 11
Neighborhood Leaders Forum- Jan. 14
Group Fitness Open House- Jan. 24
Christmas Tree Recycling- until Jan. 31
Click here for more information>> Monthly Round-up of County News
01.06.2015 Damage in the Forest
See The Post “Tree Damage”
01.06.2015 Walking Trail – Update
See The Post “Trail Repairs”
12.06.2014 Walking Trail Maintenance
From the HOA “In order to perform maintenance on the walking trails, piles of crushed stone will be placed at a couple of trailhead entrances along Queen Bishop Lane. These piles of stone will likely cover small portions of the sidewalks for a relatively short period of time until the stone is distributed to the trails. We apologize for the inconvenience.”
10.04.2014 HOA Grant
Congratulations to our HOA for winning a JCC Beautification Grant. From the JCC website “Matching grants of up to $500 were awarded to several neighborhoods and community groups to accomplish an environmentally sustainable landscape beautification project. ” More details can be found in the latest JCC FYI. This month’s FYI also contains details about the voter photo identification requirement.
06.24.13 From the BOD.
“Please be considerate of your neighbors and pick up after your pets.”Read more »