The Lake County Water Authority
Established in 1953, by the Florida Legislature, the Lake County Water Authority’s legislative purposes are to:
- Control and conserve the freshwater resources of Lake County.
- Foster and improve the tourist business in the County by improvements to the streams, lakes, and canals.
- Provide recreational facilities by a more efficient use of the streams, lake, and canals.
- Improve the fish and aquatic wildlife in the County by improvements to the streams, lakes, and canals.
- Protect the freshwater resources through assisting local governments in treatment of storm water runoff.
The Lake County Water Authority was formerly know as the Oklawaha Basin Recreation and Water Conservation and Control Authority
Link to codified statute: Codified under Chapter 2005-314, House Bill No. 987
Link to ethics provisions: Florida Commission on Ethics (after navigating to site select “Ethics Laws”)
Link to 2014-2015 Audit: LCWA Financial Statements Sept. 30, 2015
Link to 2015-2016 Budget: LCWA 2015-2016 Budget
Lake County Water Authority General Information
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