TOLEDO BEND CITIZEN’S ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Bassmaster Magazine Votes Toledo Bend Reservoir Best Bass Lake in the Nation AGAIN!!
Toledo Bend retains the top spot on 2016 Bassmaster’s 100 Best Bass Lakes in the U.S. Click HERE to read about the selection process in Bassmasters Magazine, and watch the slideshow published in the Shreveport Times by clicking HERE.
Stash Your Trash: Keep Toledo Bend Lake Country Clean! Signs have been placed around the Toledo Town area, Cypress Bend Park and at the Louisiana State line at the Pendleton Bridge reminding you to put trash in its proper place, and to secure your trash in truck beds and boats before heading down the road.
On June 17th TBCAC volunteers picked up trash along their Adopt-A-Road route, which extends approximately 1.5 miles in each direction along the Toledo Bend Forest Scenic Byway (Highway 191). The TBCAC has committed to quarterly pick-ups of trash along this road, between El Camino Road and Cypress Bend Road
Volunteers collected 29 bags of trash, helping to preserve the beauty of our lake area.
The TBCAC Brochure is Here. Click HERE to download your copy.
Next TBCAC Social: September 13, 2016 at 7:00 pm in the SCOA – Toledo Location on Hwy. 191.
Current and Past Projects and Status Updates
- TBCAC was formed in June 2001 to protest the SRA’s decision to seek legislation imposing an expensive sewer system on lake residents. The SRA requested legislation, which ultimately became House Bill 1994 of the 2001 session, without any public input and without documentation that Toledo Bend Lake was being polluted. TBCAC worked hard to present accurate information about the sewage issue, brought lake residents together and successfully killed SRA’s attempt to impose this sewer system.