Loudoun Water, the county’s largest water utility, will offer an update on the work being done at the Beaverdam Reservoir.
The reservoir has recently been drained so that the spillway that created the body of water can be repaired. The reservoir is expected to be closed for about two years, but when it reopens in 2019, Loudoun Water and the Northern Virginian Regional Park Authority hope it will be bigger and better for visitors.
Loudoun Water, which manages public access to the reservoir, will host an open house on the future of the popular recreation site at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 14, at the National Recreation and Park Association, 22377 Belmont Ridge Road in Ashburn. Call 571-291-7893 for more information.
[See a slideshow of the Beaverdam Reservoir here.]