Block Captains are an excellent source of information for what is happening around the neighborhood and Smith Mountain Lake. They will also be able to guide you to the correct HOA source for questions or comments you may have.
See Before You Sell page for complete instructions.
All new builds or renovations that change the footprint of an existing home need MVSHOA approval before construction begins. The Guidelines for Homebuilders and Remodelers document that can be found on our website will help you know what paperwork needs to be submitted.
Remodels that are more than $60,000 should also pay the one-time construction fee of $600.00 that is required for new builds.
Please contact Mike Wagner for advice or questions.
To request a boat ramp access key or space in the storage lots, fill out the Boat Ramp & Storage Lot Agreement found on our website, and send it to Suzanne Guilfoyle.
Items placed in the storage areas shall be maintained in operable condition and be clearly identified by a current, legible, and valid Association decal. Storage spaces are not transferable when selling your home. ALL KEYS should be returned to MVSHOA before closing. This includes both storage lot and boat ramp access keys.
Please contact Sue Moylan with any updates or changes.
Poison Control Hotline: 800-222-1222
Bedford County Sheriff’s Department: 540-586-4800
Huddleston Volunteer Fire Department: 540-297-7311
SML Marine Volunteer Fire/Rescue: 540-721-5585
State Police: 804-674-2000
Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources (DWR): 804-367-1000
Conservation Police Officers: 804-525-7522
(formerly known as game wardens)
To report boating, fishing, or game violations: 800-237-5721
Tri-County Lake Administrative Commission: 540-721-4400
(to report markers out of service or dangerous debris in the water)
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