Lake Burton Civic Association

In the News

Invasive and Native Plants on the Lake

Special thanks to Patrick O’Rouke, Fisheries Biologist at Georgia Power, f...

Water Safety and Quality Report for 2023

As we wrap up another summer season at Lake Burton, we must take a moment to rev...

Volunteers Successfully Complete Water Testing Course

The Lake Burton Community Association (LBCA), Savannah Riverkeeper(SRK), and Vet...

LBCAF Donates Funds for New Mattresses at Victory Home

The Lake Burton Civic Association (LBCA) Foundation donated a $9,250 grant to Vi...

Who we are

Who we are

The Lake Burton Civic Association (LBCA) is for people who love Lake Burton and the surrounding area. We are here to promote and maintain the integrity and interests of the lake and those who live here. 
What we do

What we do

LBCA members work to keep the lake safe, clean, and secure for all. Lake Burton celebrated its 100th birthday in 1920. Our board and members work across many areas:  Water safety, environmental concerns, development, building community, and more.


With over 2,000 members representing the Lake Burton community, our association has become a valuable resource for protecting and improving quality of life in western Rabun County. In addition, our members have exclusive access to members-only benefits.

LBCA Foundation 

When you join the LBCA, you also become a member of the LBCA Foundation, our sister nonprofit organization. The LBCAF, a 501(c) 3, supports numerous Rabun County nonprofits. To learn more about how the Foundation impacts our community, read here