The Environmental Quality Committee supports activities that raise the awareness of residents about environmental issues that affect the community and the Lake.
The Lake Barcroft Watershed Improvement District, WID, is a local taxing district authorized for conservation purposes in the Virginia Code. Its tasks include various lake management and environmental improvement activities in the watershed area. It also provides services directly to community residents who request them.
The LBA-LBWID Residential Tree Replacement Program is an award-winning environmental program designed to regenerate our aging urban forest and replenish the canopy before more old trees are lost. The Tree Program offers a free native overstory tree to any LB resident. Priority is given to first-time applicants and/or to properties with dead and dying trees or with few overstory trees. Trees are professionally planted in the fall. For more information on how to get a tree, species, and an application, download the PDFs below or contact Tree Program Coordinator Joanne Wagner at email@example.com. June 15 is the first day completed tree applications will be accepted.
- Tree Program Information and Application: How the program works, site selection advice, and a fillable application.
- Tree Chart: Species available and their characteristics; resource links.
- Tree Care Guide: Advice on caring for a new tree.
Speaking Out is a series of articles by Priscilla Stevens with tips, hints and guidelines for a healthy and lake-friendly lifestyle.
In an effort to reduce the use of lawn chemicals in our community, the Lake Barcroft WID and the Lake Barcroft Association prepared a letter to lawn service providers asking them to minimize application of such chemicals. This letter was sent to all households in the community and everyone was asked to to distribute this letter to their lawn service providers. This letter is available here and in the documents section with both English and Spanish on one page. Simply print the page and give a copy to your lawn care service.
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Department of Public Works & Environmental Services