The Lochmere Landscape Committee is happy to announce that The Town of Cary has approved a landscape project on Lochside Drive between Coltsgate Drive and Fox Briar Lane toward Cary Parkway.
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This plan is to remove old...Read more
Because of Covid, many of us will be spending the Thanksgiving at home. But don't let your guard down. During the holiday season, let’s not make thieves feel like they are part of our community.
To help ensure that you...Read more
As we celebrate the Thanksgiving Day holiday on November 26, the Town Of Cary has announced that Lochmere's garbage, recycling, and yard waste collection will be on Friday, November 27.
For more information regarding Town of Cary Thanksgiving holiday...Read more
The Lochmere Main Office will close at 1:00 PM on Wednesday, November 25, and will reopen on Monday, November 30, at 8:00 AM.
Best wishes to all our residents and their families for a very Happy Thanksgiving.Read more
One of the joys of the holiday season is driving or walking through Lochmere neighborhoods to enjoy the festive lights and decorations on front lawns and doors, in windows and even on mailboxes.
Just as with Thanksgiving this year, this holiday...Read more
Calling All Lochmere Children!!!!!!!
We just received a note from Santa saying that he won’t be able to visit with you at the Highlands Clubhouse this year. He is very sad but he wants to make sure that everyone keeps safe...Read more
It’s time to decorate Lochmere for the holiday season by hanging our beautiful green garlands and festive red bows on neighborhood signs.
Many thanks to all the volunteers who will be busy at work hanging the greens starting on Sunday, November...Read more
Lochmere offers outstanding amenities, thanks to a focus on a quality of life vision by its deverlopers. Today, our mature but progressive community needs to continue that tradition and encourage the development of quality broadband internet service(s). Having a strong...Read more
We have received the following communication from Debbie Clegg, Luminary Coordinator of Scouts Troop 216:
Scouts BSA Troop 216 have delivered luminaries in Lochmere for you to display each year.
In the past, scouts have knocked on doors and personally hand off supplies....Read more
The Lochmere Board of Directors is happy to announce that the long-awaited Loch Lomond dredge project is set to begin on August 31,2020.
A presentation in the form of slides along with audio is available HERE.
NOVEMBER 10 UPDATE
The Loch Lomond dredge...Read more
Grab a rake and participate in the Town of Cary’s free Loose Leaf Collection program. Starting November 12 and lasting through January 26, Town crews will visit each street in Lochmere once per month to collect loose leaves piled at...Read more
Our gorgeous autumn weather has created a situation at our beautiful Lake Park area that the Board would like to address.
For those unfamiliar with this area, it is the place to launch your boat or kayak onto Lake Lochmere, or...Read more
The Facilities Committee is happy to announce that the current entrance sign at the intersection of Kildaire Farms Road and Loch Highlands Drive has been installed.
We have received many compliments on the appearance of the new sign.
All questions should...Read more
We wanted to let you know that the Lochmere Board of Directors takes the COVID-19 Virus Outbreak very seriously.
The following is a list of cancellations and closings. These cancellations and closings are in effect until State and Wake County orders...Read more
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The Facilities Committee is happy to announce that the Ann Brunswick Lake Park playground is completely installed.
The playground is accessed via trails and sidewalks leading from Lochmere Drive below Lake Lochmere. Parking is limited to...Read more
HRW staff are back in the office although they are not accepting walk-ins at this time.
The Board of Directors has lifted some restrictions with regard to tennis and pickle ball. This is the first step to have a slow return to normalcy in our outdoor activities. This is in line with Governor Cooper’s Phase 3...Read more
North Carolina's’s weather is perfect to spend outside. Most importantly, wherever you go: Social distancing means that you should stay at least six feet away from other people.
Spending time outdoors and exercising are important. It helps to maintain both physical...Read more
To limit community spread and promote the health and safety of everyone, over the past week Wake County Commissioners and North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper have issued county and state-wide Stay At Home Orders. In response, the Town of Cary...Read more
The Cary Police have notified us that they are seeing a rash of car break-ins occurring in areas close to Lochmere. While they haven’t been notified of any in Lochmere, they have asked us to remind our residents to keep...Read more
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and recommendations from public health and government officials, Lochmere Association conducted its business by mail in ballot, specifically authorized under the NC Nonprofit Corporation Act and encouraged by Executive Order of North Carolina’s Governor.
We wanted to remind everyone of the Town of Cary Solicitor Ordinance and also relay some information we received from the Cary Police on the topic.
Members of the Lochmere Community Watch do monitor nextdoor.com and other community groups for information...Read more
The Lochmere Communications Committee and the Lochmere Board of Directors want to assure residents that any email addresses collected on lochmere.org, for the purpose of blast communication, are safe and secure. Only those authorized to use the email communication tool...Read more
Pursuant to Section 7A-38.3F of the North Carolina General Statutes, all members are hereby informed that you have a right to initiate mediation pursuant to the terms of the statute to try to resolve a dispute with the Association. Both...Read more