Thank you for keeping our community area clean.
The Churchill Community Foundation consistently follows good conservation policies and principles. The Foundation also performs trash removal twice a week from the bins along the lake, as well as providing dog waste bags for community use. The board continues to purchase and plant new trees and works to keep the weir end of the lake in a natural state, so that various insects, birds, and other animals can have an appropriate habitat.
Please help us avoid roving predators:
- do not feed your pets outside
- do not leave food outside
- keep garbage and compost in sturdy, enclosed bins
- keep bird feeders out of reach and do not allow seeds to accumulate on the ground
Please visit the Montgomery County Park and Planning website for more information, including information for dealing with invasive plants.
There are many benefits to greenscaping. Learn More.
Lake Churchill has several types of fish. See more of the fish species in Maryland.
Lake Churchill has several types of birds including the following:
- Trumpeter Swan, aka Harvey (moved back to Canada)
- Blue Heron
- Wood Duck
- Canada Goose
You can also click here to learn about all birds in MD.
Lake Churchill has a breeding pair of beavers. We have posted specifications for wrapping of trees for protection from beavers.