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Veterans Day
Saturday, November 11, 2017

Homeowners Meeting
Monday, November 13, 2017

Welcome to the Lakewood at the Crossings website!

To get you started, this is an explanation of the menus at the top of the screen and what you'll find within each:
  • Home - that's this page! From whatever page you are on, clicking the HOME menu brings you back here.
  • Documents - here you'll find our core HOA documents such as our Covenants and Restrictions, our Notice of Intent to Enforce Restrictions, an Architectural Review Board form for any changes you want to make on your house/property, the Document Inspection Policy, and all our paint samples.
  • FAQ - these are frequently asked questions from your neighbors. If you have a question that isn't addressed here, send us a message on the CONTACT menu above and we'll do our best to answer it.
  • Events - this is our community event calendar, and if you create a login you can be emailed when events take place. Clicking on an event in the calendar gives you more details about that event.
  • Blogs - these are community announcements from both the HOA directly and from your neighbors, and you can create your own blog just by creating a login.
  • News - this is a google search of news articles related to the general Lake Mary, Florida area. This data feed is refreshed automatically and often!
  • Members - this is a listing of all the people that have created a login on our site so far, and if you click on their link you can see the information they've shared with the community. If you're logged in, you'll find several sub-menus under the Members menu to allow you to add pictures, YouTube videos, or even blog postings to share with your neighbors.
  • Contact - here you can send us a direct message via our built-in email service and get contact information on the management company.
  • Login - this is how you get more access to the site. If you don't already have a login, this is where you can create your own!
What's New : October 2017
Posted: Tuesday, October 10, 2017 6:46:08 AM

A drive through of many of our streets now shows that the Seminole County waste services have come to pick up 'most' of the debris. If you're still finding issues with your debris not being picked up, be sure to contact the Seminole County offices and they should be able to assist you. There are some neighbors that had major trees down in their yard. Keep in mind that neither the HOA, nor the the county, are responsible for downed trees in your own yard. So for those that are affected, be sure to work on removing those as quickly as possible. We're finalizing the bids for wall cleaning and wall repair. By the next meeting (November) we'll be choosing the winning bid. Again, if you know of anyone that performs services for pressure washing, painting, or masonry repair, please have them contact the management company via the CONTACT menu of our website as soon as possible. Halloween is coming up in just a couple of weeks. Please be sure to drive safely and be sure to look for children (
Hurricane Debris Pickup
Posted: Monday, October 09, 2017 3:28:00 PM

Hello Neighbors, A lot of calls and emails have come in asking about when debris will be picked up. It needs to be noted that the HOA does not handle this... that is performed by the county. In many instances I have seen that the county has come through and taken away quite a bit of the debris. However, if you feel your debris has yet to be picked up, you should really be contacting the people over at the Seminole County offices. You can reach their website at:http://www.seminolecountyfl.gov/departments-services/county-managers-office/emergency-management/prepare-seminole/emergencyevent.stml From there you can view all sorts of helpful information that can help you with any questions you may have regarding storm damage and debris.
2017 Annual Meeting
Posted: Monday, September 25, 2017 8:59:00 PM

Well another annual meeting has come, and gone. We were short of a 10% quorum this year by about 30 people, so the annual meeting was adjourned and the regular monthly meeting commenced. As there was not a quorum, the board was voted to serve again, unanimously. We are already receiving bids for the wall cleaning and masonry repair. If you know of someone that is in this type of work, please have them submit a bid to the management company via the CONTACT menu of our website. Following the cleanup and masonry repair we'll have to then consider painting any damaged or repaired areas, and once again if you have someone in mind please have them submit a bid. Following the meeting we had several questions from those in attendance:* How much time do we have to make fencing repairs? This is difficult to say, as some insurance companies are asking that you make no repairs until your claim adjuster for hurricane damage can complete their reviews. So please use your best judgement for now * W
What's New : August 2017
Posted: Wednesday, August 16, 2017 10:55:00 AM

Hi neighbors! Have some new developments that you may want to be aware of in your community:* You may have noticed some new dog waste stations around the ponds. If you are walking your pet, please be sure to take advantage of this benefit. Your neighbors will appreciate it!* We're looking in to bids on replacing some of the plants, so be on the look out for those changes.* We're looking into getting someone out to trim the neighborhood palm trees (which are the only trees not covered by the master association).* We've noticed that there's still some growth on the wall coming from the homeowner's side in some areas, so be on the lookout for those letters which will be mailed shortly. If you do have growth touch the wall, please be sure to trim that back. Growth damages the wall, and it can be expensive to repair (as you will see below).* We're looking into getting bids on repairing some cracks in the wall. We'd like to get these under control before it becomes serious. There are some s
Morning School Bus Stops
Posted: Wednesday, February 08, 2017 9:39:00 AM

Many of us have small children that ride the bus to school. The pickup times for these buses are around the 8am time frame. Please be courteous to your neighbors along these bus stops and refrain from blocking driveways and stop signs. This is a safety hazard, not only for you, but the children waiting for the bus. If a car cannot see the stop sign or around your improperly parked vehicle, the risk of an accident is high. Instead of blocking driveways and stop signs, please look for areas near the bus stop that would not block the flow of morning traffic. Just as you want to ensure your children are sent off to school safely, other neighbors would like to get to work on time and without incident.


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