Finally, I have found a source that recommends a fertilizer-free program for lawns. In this article(pdf) from the Virginia Turfgrass Journal, they state:
"Repeatedly applying organic matter via the compost will build topsoil, bind nutrients and water and promote soil aggregation for improved water infiltration and compaction resistance. Further, it will serve as a natural organic slow-release fertilizer, providing approximately 1.5 lb. N/1,000 ft2 each time it is applied. Two compost applications per year would, then, provide all the fertility the lawn requires to remain healthy and dense enough to greatly limit any potential P or N runoff."