Our property manager is on-site:
- Emily, is onsite at the clubhouse the 1st and 3rd Tuesday (4pm to 6pm), and the 2nd and 4th Wednesday (10A to noon) of each month.
Upcoming Board meetings:
- September, 15th at 7PM
Upcoming Social Events:
- National Night Out! Tuesday, October 6th from 6PM to 9PM -- Pizzas and sodas are provided! Family bingo, Sweet Treat bake-off, bounce house and an ice cream sundae station round out the activities. Of course, visits from law enforcement are also scheduled across the evening (Officer Duffy, Officer Thompson, SRT, K9 Unit). Come on out and meet your neighbors!
National Night Out (NNO) is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, better places to live. This is a great opportunity to meet with local law enforcement to learn about effective crime prevention techniques.
- Cookies with Santa! Sunday, December 13t, from 3PM to 6PM
- Movie Night Returns! Saturday, January 9th or 16th, 6:30-8:30pm
Many LOR homes were impacted by the May 20th hailstorm. Just a reminder that ARC approval is required for roof repair or replacement. Click here for more Information and forms relating to the ARC process. Please be sure to submit a sample of the shingle you propose to use if you are planning roof replacement. It can be an actual piece of a shingle or hard color copy of the manufacturer's brochure (not electronic). The sample is attached to the application and is kept with your unit file in the Association's records. Applications without shingle samples will not be considered for approval.
Due to the overwhelming amount of roof applications the ARC is proactively holding more frequent meetings to facilitate the process and is meeting on a weekly basis instead of the usual monthly meeting. Applications must be received by 5:00pm Tuesday in time to be reviewed for the Friday meeting. Applications received after 5:00pm Tuesday will be held until the following Friday meeting to allow the ARC time to review the project. Thank you in advance for allowing them to maintain the aesthetics of the community!
More than half of our residents stay connected through the E-newsletter -- Thank you !
On a monthly basis, our property manager mass emails a brief newsletter that includes upcoming dates and events. Additionally, if important news needs to immediately get out to the community (missing person, black bear, storm response, etc...) the eblast system is used to rapidly disseminate information.