LVCA Reserve Studies

The Association is required to conduct a reserve study every five years.  Such a study projects future capital expenses the Association will incur to maintain its common facilities (streets, pool, lights, etc.) and compares those expenses to the reserve funds maintained by the Association, including anticipated reserve contributions. The report guides the Board in preparing its annual budget to ensure sufficient funds are maintained to pay for future capital expenditures.

Note that the LVCA fiscal year starts on January 1 of each calendar year.

LVCA 2016 Reserve Study   Reserve study completed October 2016, planning for reserve contributions and expenditures for next five years.

LVCA 2012 Reserve Study   Reserve study completed December 2012, planning for detailed reserve contributions and expenditures for next five years with projection out 35 years.

LVCA Reserve Study (October 2008)   (Note: This is a large file that will take a while to open if you are using a slower Internet connections.)

LVCA Reserve Study (August 2003)