Lake Christopher Homes Association
Lake Christopher Homes Association


The Lake Christopher community surrounds beautiful Lake Christopher in the Centerville District of Virginia Beach, Virginia. We are near the intersection of Indian River Road and Kempsville Road, about 1 mile from I-64 and Regent University. There are 361 homes and four private parks in the Lake Christopher community, surrounding our 60 acre private lake. Public schools serving Lake Christopher are Tallwood High School, Brandon Middle School, and Indian Lakes Elementary School.

The Lake Christopher Homes Association (LCHA) consists of every person who owns a lot in Lake Christopher. This association of homeowners, which is a corporation, has existed since 1974. There is a nine member Board of Directors which serves the association, and this nine member board is comprised of four officers; President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer; and five members-at-large.


Annual Assessments are Due


By now, all homeowners should have received their 2023 invoice from The Select Group, which also contains instructions for the varios payment methods.  Click below to view options and/or make your payment.


Annual Meeting on Tuesday, February 7th


The Notification of the 2023 Annual Meeting has been sent to all homeowners.  Be sure to send in your proxy if you are not able to attend this year.




4VAC15-40-286. Unauthorized Feeding of Wildlife.


It shall be unlawful for any person as defined in § 1-230 of the Code of Virginia to place, distribute, or allow the placement of food, minerals, carrion, trash, or similar substances when it attracts any species of wildlife in such numbers or circumstances to cause property damage, endanger any person or wildlife, or create a public health concern. Upon notification by department personnel, any such person shall be in violation of this section if the placing, distribution, or presence of such food, minerals, carrion, trash, or similar substances continues. This section shall not be construed to restrict bona fide agronomic plantings (including wildlife food plots), bona fide distribution of food to livestock, or wildlife management activities conducted or authorized by the department or U.S. government agencies with wildlife management responsibilities.


Statutory Authority

§§ 29.1-501 and 29.1-502 of the Code of Virginia.

Do not feed the waterfowl
Other reasons not to feed waterfowl in the parks, or your own back yard!
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If you Swim in the Lake...


Remember, there are no lifeguards on duty.  See the Parks and Lake page for more information.

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COVID-19 Mitigation Measures are still something we need to be aware of.  Current information on measures in place in Virginia Beach can be found on the city's coronavirus website


Lake Christopher's parks are not public city parks.  Our private parks remain open to Lake Christopher residents, with the following additional guidelines:


1.  Social Distancing at all parks is encouraged.


2.  All play structures and swing sets are use at your own risk.  They are not cleaned and/or sanitized after use.


Lake Christopher Parks are for the exclusive use of Lake Christopher homeowners, renters, and their accompanied guests. No more than 4 guests per accompanying resident (maximum of 8 per home).


We rely on the common sense of our residents to give each other space when using the parks.  Complete guidelines can be found on the parks and lake page of this site.


The Legacy Archive - Blasts from the Past!


We’ve scanned and uploaded what we found so far from the 1980’s and 1990’s.  Click on the Legacy Newsletter (main menu) to navigate to the archives.  We hope you'll enjoy perusing these issues, going back to May 1981!

Although the May/June 1981 edition of the LCHA Newsletter is oldest in our archive, we have reason to believe there were newsletters published before then, and still others that would fill gaps in our records.  We’re hoping copies of these old issues survived, perhaps in a box in someone's attic, or in the back of a closet! 


If you are one of the many original or 'first years' owners living in the community, you may have an old newsletter or two in a folder with documents from the early days.  Even if you’re a newer member of the community, one of those boxes of papers may have been left behind by a previous owner for you to discover!  If you find anything, please contact the editor!  We’d love to scan whatever you have.

Trees and Shrubs!


Thinking of planting shrubs or trees?  Not sure what kind to plant?  Visit the Garden Club page to see a list of recommended shrubs and trees for our area.

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visitors since 18 Apr 2022  |  updated 6 Jan 2023

The Legacy Newsletter

Autumn 2022 Edition online now!


  • Mon, Jan 23, 2023 LCHA Board Meeting
  • Tues, Feb 7, 2023 Annual Meeting

  • Mon, Feb 27, 2023 LCHA Board Meeting

  • Mon, Mar 27, 2023 LCHA Board Meeting

  • Mon, Apr 24, 2023 LCHA Board Meeting

  • Sat, May 6, 2023 Spring Community Yard Sale

  • Mon, May 22, 2023 LCHA Board Meeting

  • Mon, Jun 26, 2023 LCHA Board Meeting

  • Tues, Jul 4, 2023 July 4th Picnic

  • Mon, Jul 24, 2023 LCHA Board Meeting

  • Tues, Aug 1, 2023 National Night Out

  • Mon, Aug 21, 2023 LCHA Board Meeting

  • Mon, Sep 25, 2023 LCHA Board Meeting

  • Sat, Oct 7, 2023 Fall Community Yard Sale

  • Mon, Oct 23, 2023 LCHA Board Meeting

  • Mon, Nov 27, 2023 LCHA Board Meeting

  • Mon, Dec 18, 2023 LCHA Board Meeting

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