Lure of Lake Anna 2022

40 Lure of Lake Anna • 2022 • The Central Virginian Louisa County Animal Control (540) 967-1234 Louisa County Library (540) 894-5853 Parks, Recreation and Tourism (540) 967-4420 Fire and Rescue - Call 911 in an emergency Louisa Vol. Fire Company 1 (540) 967-1330 Mineral Vol. Fire Company 2 (540) 894-5660 Bumpass Vol. Fire Company 3 (540) 872-2400 HollyGroveVol. FireCompany 4 (804) 556-6515 Locust Creek Vol. Fire Company 5 (540) 872-3122 Trevilians Vol. Fire Dept. Company 6 (540) 967-0868 Lake Anna Rescue Inc. (540) 872-5274 Louisa County Rescue Squad (540) 967-1800 Holly Grove. Vol. Rescue (804) 556-6629 Orange County Animal Control (540) 672-1200 Orange County Library (540) 672-3811 Parks and Recreation (540) 672-5435 Fire and Rescue Orange County Dept. of Fire/EMS (540) 672-7044 Spotsylvania County Animal Control (540) 582-7115 Important phone numbers Spotsylvania County Library (540) 372-1144 Parks and Recreation (540) 507-7529 Fire and Rescue Courthouse Fire Co.1 (540) 507-7958 Courthouse Rescue Stn. 1 (540) 507-7940 Brokenburg Fire Co. 2 (540) 507-7960/7961 Brokenburg Rescue Stn. 2 (540) 507-7942/7943 Partlow Fire Company/Rescue Station 3 (540) 507-7962/7963 4-Mile-Fork Fire Co. 4 (540) 507-7964/7965 4-Mile-Fork Rescue Stn. 4 (540) 507-7946/7947 Chancellor Fire Co. 5 (540) 507-7966/7967 Chancellor Rescue Stn. 5 (540) 507-7948/7949 Salem Church Rd. Fire Co. 6 (540) 507-7968/7969 Salem Church Rd. Rescue Stn. 6 (540) 507-7950/7951 Wilderness Fire Co. 7 (540) 507-7970/7971 Wilderness Rescue Stn. 7 (540) 507-7952/7953 Thornburg Fire Co. 8 (540) 507-7972/7973 Thornburg Rescue Stn. 8 (540) 507-7954/7955 Belmont Fire Co. 9 (540) 507-7974/7975 Belmont Rescue Stn. 9 (540) 507-7956/7957 Salem Fields Fire Co. 10 (540) 507-7936/7937 Salem Fields Rescue Stn. 10 (540) 507-7938/7939 Lee Hill Fire Co. 11 (540) 507-7931 Lee Hill Rescue Stn. 11 (540) 507-7933 Keeping safe is everyone’s responsi- bility. Knowing Virginia’s boating laws, maintaining a proper lookout, being con- stantly aware of your surroundings, ad- justing speed to accommodate conditions and using common sense and common courtesy all contribute to a safe boating environment. At Lake Anna, dock signs are in use to make your time on the lake safer. Almost 500 waterfront homeowners and common areas have installed these signs to help boaters identify their exact location on the water. In an emergency, boaters can use the yellow signs to tell a 911 operator exactly where they are. In the example at right, the first letter means “Louisa” and the second letter means “downlake.” All dock signs are linked to the 911 street address so re- sources can be dispatched without delay. Know where you are when boating

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