Capital Projects

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Per LOWA Admin resolution 2015-6 this web page was designed to help keep members informed about projects funded by the New Asset and Improvement Reserve (NAIR).  The purpose of the NAIR is to set aside monies to acquire new assets or to improve existing assets that are not included in the formal Reserve Study Analysis, or reflected in the accounting records of LOWA. These monies can also be used to cover the cost of significant additions to existing buildings.  

Other capital projects, such as those funded by one of the other the three funds,  Repair & Replacement Reserve (R&R), Contingency Reserve (CR), and New Construction & Renovation Fee Reserve (NCRF), may be included on this page if the LOWA Board of Directors and / or the GM deem it appropriate.

14th Pond Retrofit Project & Detours

The 14th Pond Retrofit  project is scheduled to begin February 1. When complete this project will prevent approximately 38 pounds Nitrogen per year, 5 pounds Phosphorous per year, and 4,346 pounds suspended sediment per year from reaching Keaton’s Lake.

Project Images

Former Pond

Proposed New Pond (Rendering)



Project Information Links

2017 LOW Golf Nutrient Managment Plan

Golfers will be required to bypass the 14th hole. The following detours will be in place for golfers:
After Golfers have completed Hole 13 they will proceed to Tallwood Trail.
Golfers will turn left onto Tallwood Trail and follow the signs to Birdie Road.
Golfers will turn right onto Birdie Road and follow the sign to Westover Parkway.
Golfers will turn right onto Westover Parkway and follow the signs to Hole 15 tees.
Golfers will turn left onto the cart path leading to Hole 15 tees.

Stormwater Management

Stormwater managment is an on going capital improvement program that includes multiple capital projects (including the Flatrun Forebay project and the 14th Pond Retrofit).

Additional information can be found on the Lakes Managment Implementation Plan page.

Patrick Henry Study Court Drainage Study