The Gills Creek Watershed Association offers homeowners associations and other organizations in the watershed the option to join for all their members. Organizational members join as a single entity using organizational funds. All members of the organization receive full benefits of membership in the Gills Creek Watershed Association. The GCWA will be a voice for your common concerns.
Contact Erich Miarka at firstname.lastname@example.org or 803-727-8326 for more information. We are eager to meet with interested parties and groups to provide a presentation on the Gills Creek Watershed and our efforts to coordinate governmental, corporate, and organizational entities, and individuals in restoring and protecting the watershed.
Cary Lake Homeowners Association
"The Cary Lake Homeowners Association is a made up 46 homeowners around Cary Lake located in Arcadia Lakes. They are dedicated to protecting Cary Lake and the Gills Creek watershed to enhance wildlife, water quality, and recreation. All members of the Cary Lake HOA are members of the GCWA."
The Spring Lake Homeowners' Association
The Spring Lake Homeowners' Association is comprised of 39 homeowners around Spring Lake in Forest Acres. Spring Lake is located between Cary Lake and Forest Lake.
Little Lake Katharine Homeowners' Association
The Lake Katharine Homeowners Association is made up of 18 homeowners that own property along the Little Lake Katharine shoreline. Little Lake Katharine is fed by Pen Branch and feeds into Lake Katharine and is located within the City of Columbia.
Lake Katharine Homeowners' Association
The Lake Katharine Homeowners Association is made up of 86 homeowners that own property along the Lake Katharine shoreline. Lake Katharine is the furthest downstream lake in the Gills Creek Watershed and is located within the City of Columbia. This group has been very involved with the Gills Creek Watershed Association since its conception.