Recreation permits are available for purchase. Please contact our secretary Sandra Thomas 635-6005

Permits are available at a cost of $10 for all Shenandoah Shores members.

Please take note of our improvements that are being done at the River Lot.

Annual Quality Drinking Water Report

New Recreation Area/Boat Landing

Building Fees:         $2000 - Membership           $4000- Tap on Fee          $2000 - Impact Fee

Quarterly Water Fees

$109.01 for 0 - 16,000 gallons per quarter.   You will be charged extra for anything over 16,000 gallons at the 2020 rate.

Special/Emergency Meetings

The board is pleased to inform you that we are continuing to use John Lake Paving. Should you have any issues with your road condition, please contact one of the Roads, Grounds, & Safety Board members.

Contractor Info

​​​​​Property Owners Assoc. and Cooperative Water Association.

Water Co-Op

Please remember to check the community sign 

Information from VDOT                                                          
VDOT has issued a letter stating Property Owner's Role.

Property owners are responsible for maintaining any ditches, drainpipes or other drainage systems on their property. Property owners must also keep storm water flowing freely through their land. Grass clippings, leaves and other debris must be gathered to avoid accumulation, which can lead to clogged and overflowing ditches , drains and drainpipes. Raking and bagging leaves also prevents them form blowing and drifting onto adjoining or nearby properties, causing clogged pipes and ditches for neighbors. Please lets do our part to keep our neighbor hood looking its best. Thank you

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​Shenandoah Shores

Please watch for possible water leaks.  Should you see standing water, please call a board member.  This winter has been mostly dry and we need to watch our water table.

Snow contractor is Adam Dooley

This Annual Drinking Water Quality Report for calendar year 2020 is designed to provide you with valuable information about your drinking water quality. Testing for 2021 will be concluded in December and will be published next year. We are committed to providing you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water, and we want you to understand the efforts we make to protect your water supply.  The quality of your drinking water meets all state and federal requirements administered by the Virginia Department of Health (VDH).  You can request a hard copy from Sandra Thomas at (540) 635-6005, if needed.

Download the report here