Preserve. Protect. Educate. We are impassioned advocates working to ensure the continued beauty, integrity, safety and survival of Lake Glenville.

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    Preserve

    The natural beauty of Lake Glenville for the enjoyment of our residents and visitors

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    Protect

    The structural integrity of the lake, to maintain both the safety of individuals and the vital role it plays in our local ecosystem

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    Educate

    Residents, vacation home owners and visitors to the lake so that we can all be mindful and work towards its overall protection and preservation

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OUR 2021 MEMBERSHIP DRIVE IS ON!


2020 was an extraordinary time for us all, but FLG is proud to have been able to continue its work to protect and preserve our beautiful lake home. But we only did it because of YOU! The support and contributions of our Membership kept us fully afloat (pun intended)!

We hope you'll join or continue your support as we turn the corner in 2021. Join FLG to support, preserve & protect our Lake and educate others on this wonderful natural resource we call home.

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2021 West Fork Tuckasegee River Bypass Release Schedule

The dates have been set for the 2021 West Fork Tuckasegee River Bypass Release Schedule. The release schedule has been designed to include the following: one (1) Spring Saturday between April 1 - 30; one (1) Spring Sunday between April 1 - 30; and five (5) weekend days between May 1 and September 30, 2021.

The following dates, target flows (cfs), hours and times have been set:

April 10 - 11
250 cfs; 6 hours; 10am - 4pm

June 5, July 10 & 24, August 7 & 21
250 cfs; 6 hours; 10am - 4pm


WARNING!

High flows and the natural environment where such flows occur can create dangerous conditions in the bypassed reach. Duke Energy releases these flows solely to comply with its license requirements.

Duke Energy neither encourages nor discourages recreational use of high flows by the public. Any recreational use by the public during high flows should be limited to experience boaters.