News & Upcoming Events

  • Annual General Meeting. Tree of Life 7pm Tuesday January 30th 2018
  • Arcadia Lakes Town Council Meetings are held every first Thursday each month at the Town Hall at 6711 N. Trenholm Rd.

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 Update on Dam Reconstruction Project – January 15th 2018

This is just a note to confirm that the lake level is about 6 – 8 inches lower than original.

Later this month a stainless steel plate will be attached to the dam to bring the water level up to its original height.

Pictures of the dam as at January 2018 are attached.

New Jackson Creek Elementary School & Magistrate Courts

Members will no doubt be aware of the tremendous investment by Richland County in the Dent area around Decker Boulevard led by Richland County Councilman Jim Manning. The new Jackson Creek Elementary School and the $20 million Magistrates building are just the beginning. Decker center environmental 

Planning is in progress for a $2 million streetscaping improvement of Decker Boulevard using funding is from penny tax receipts. Decker Renaissance Plan

The County has responded magnificently to lobbying efforts by Gills Creek Watershed Association, Cary Lake Homeowners Association & others for control of storm water run-off which has a beneficial impact on Cary Lake. Storm water from these projects is effectively triple filtered before discharge through use of permeable concrete, underground settling tanks & finally a rain garden.

CLHA member Alicia DeMhyrer has been successful in obtaining a grant from Palmetto Pride to install trash cans on Decker Boulevard. Other members of CLHA have been involved in judging science projects with the students & staff at Dent Middle School. These projects are for design of raingardens to mitigate storm water run-off from school buildings, car parks & athletic fields. The Rotary Club of Forest Acres has partnered with Dent Middle School to provide food packs to underprivileged students. For details contact Rotary President Sandi Olsen at

All these projects are improving the quality of water in Cary Lake.