About

The Cordry Sweetwater Lot Owners Association (CSLOA) exists to improve the overall quality of life in the Cordry Sweetwater Conservancy District.  The CSLOA works to build relationships by bringing lot owners together through meetings, social events and educational opportunities.  Additionally, the CSLOA serves as a voice for lot owners on matters of significance to the community.

The Goals of the Cordry Sweetwater Lot Owners Association

  • The CSLOA was created in 1954 by the lot owners to do the necessary things collectively that would be impossible to do individually.
  • It is a voluntary organization of, by, and for the lot owners. Its purpose is to develop a strong and united community.
  • The seven-member CSLOA board is elected by the membership and meets on the fourth Thursday each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Clubhouse.
  • CSLOA board members also represent lot owners on Cordry Sweetwater Conservancy District Commissions (Building, Ecology, Roads, Security, and Water).
  • Social functions sponsored by the CSLOA included the annual Fireworks and Ox Roast, Concert at the Beach, Chili Cook-Off, Welcome Back to the Lake, Craft Show, Memorial Day Kids Bike Parade and Santa’s Workshop.
  • Your dues help support the clubhouse and the library.

We would like to have you as a member!


                                      What’s the difference between CSLOA and CSCD?

CSLOA = Cordry Sweetwater Lot Owners Association CSCD = Cordry Sweetwater Conservancy District
CSLOA – Funded by Your Membership Fees
Social Body

  • Goals:
  • Activities for Lot Owners
  • Fireworks and Ox Roast
  • Concert at the Beach
  • Maintenance of Clubhouse and Library
CSCD – Funded by Taxes
Governing Body

  • Responsible for:
  • Lakes
  • Roads
  • Security
  • Water
  • Ecology

4 thoughts on “About

    1. The Cordry Sweetwater Conservancy District is administered by a seven member Board of Directors (“Board”). The District has been divided into seven areas. A Board member must own property within the area from which elected. A majority of the Board must be resident Lot Owners. To assist the Board in carrying out its responsibilities there are five standing commissions: Security Commission, Water Commission, Roads Commission, Building Commission and Ecology Commission.

  1. My husband and I are interested in retiring to Cordry/Sweetwater area. Recently our “wandering” came upon some areas that were troubling where the appearance of the homeowners outdoor space seemed very questionable. Are their rules or covenants in place in the conservatory area to protect surrounding homeowners from unsightly outdoor collecting? If you could direct me to some bylaws or literature that could help me understand these laws or covenants I would appreciate your direction. Thank you in advance for your help.

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