News and Updates

September 2, 2020

Wildwood Shores Needs Your Experience and Advice

Part of the mission of the Lake Conroe Association (LCA) is assisting residents and their respective associations with obtaining advice on problems that have been managed […]
July 22, 2020

Please Donate and Invest in the Future of Lake Conroe

Lake Conroe area businesses and residents, this is a call from the Lake Conroe Association (LCA) to you for donations to replenish our reserve fund so […]
July 3, 2020

Summary of Complaint to TCEQ

Summary of the Lake Conroe Association (LCA) decision to file a complaint with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) regarding the SJRA’s Seasonal Lake Lowering […]
July 1, 2020

Five Reasons that the SJRA Seasonal Lake Lowering Should Not Be Allowed to Continue

Five Reasons that the SJRA Seasonal Lake Lowering Should Not Be Allowed to Continue A program initially sold to lake Conroe residents and regulators as temporary […]
June 30, 2020

LCA Press Release – June 30, 2020

Lake Conroe Association Files Complaint with TCEQ   Conroe, Texas—Today the Lake Conroe Association (LCA) filed a complaint with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), […]
February 19, 2020

Bleyl Engineering Executive Summary of the Impacts of the Lake Conroe Seasonal Lowering

This first section is a short summary of the key conclusions and direct quotes from the Bleyl study.  “The purpose of the study was to provide […]
January 31, 2020

2nd January 2019 Storms F&N Report

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January 31, 2020

An objective review of the 2018 F&N Lake Conroe Dam Control Study

An objective review of the science that SJRA has stated is the basis for renewing the Lake Conroe seasonal lake lowering program Executive summary – the […]
December 4, 2019

ARE YOU TIRED OF LOW LAKE LEVELS ON LAKE CONROE YET? CHAPTER 1

October 1, 2019, marked the end of a second year of the San Jacinto River Authority’s (SJRA) Seasonal Lake Level Adjustment Program on Lake Conroe where […]
December 4, 2019

LOWERING THE LAKE LEVEL ON LAKE CONROE – CHAPTER 2

Kingwood was developed in a known flood plain and civil engineers failed in their responsibility to determine the best methods to minimize flooding.  Kingwood was subsequently […]
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