The April Board Of Directors' Meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 27, starting at 6:30 PM. Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the Board will be meeting virtually.
There will be no Homeowner Forum. Homeowners may email questions or concerns...Read more
We in Lochmere are fortunate to have approximately 10 miles of private greenway trails. During Covid-19 our trails have been busier than ever. Many of us are out enjoying the natural beauty of our neighborhood.
These trails as well as the...Read more
Lochmere Homeowners Association’s Annual Income of $1,200,000 is split between the Annual Operating Budget ($956,000) and the Reserve Fund ($244,000).
The Annual Operating Budget, as the name implies, allocates money that will be spent that year to keep Lochmere running. Examples...Read more
Spring is here, the pollen is just about gone, and the days are getting longer. The tennis courts are busier than ever with tennis and pickleball matches going on daily. The following are a few friendly reminders.
In order to reserve...Read more
If you have an interest in helping maintain the beauty of our area, Lochmere resident, Tarek Elshenawy, needs your help. He is organizing periodic litter pick up events.
An informal event was held the last weekend in March and over...Read more
Effective April 2, 2021, Cecelia Davidson resigned from the Board of Directors. The Board would like to thank Cecelia for her almost five years of service to the community.
She was instrumental in creating the first Strategic Plan for the Association...Read more
The Facilities Committee is happy to announce the following activities currently taking place as well as those which are planned for over the next few months:
The Committee has been having contractors conduct work throughout the community over the last few...Read more
Governor Roy Cooper announced on March 23 that the state will continue to ease some COVID-19 restrictions. Executive Order No. 204 will take effect March 26 at 5 pm is set to expire April 30 at 5 pm.
The state’s...Read more
We are very lucky to live in Cary where the Town picks up our yard waste weekly. Now that spring is quickly approaching and temperatures are warmer, many residents will be outside cleaning up their yards.
Here are a few...Read more
Parents, do you have a middle schooler who wants to get ready for high school tennis or deciding if they want to play in high school? Lochmere’s Middle Schoolers’ Tennis Clinics are a good place to start!
During the months of...Read more
Thank you to everyone who participated in the most recent Pickleball Survey in which residents were asked to let us know their thoughts of how the Association can best meet the needs and wishes in regard to usage of the...Read more
Lochmere welcomes back Aquatic Management Group (AMG) to manage all Lochmere pools for the 2021 season.
They have begun hiring for pool staff and would very much like to interview any Lochmere residents who may be interested in working for them.
The Town of Cary met remotely on Thursday, January 28, 2021, at 6:30 PM in regard to an annexation application for 19-REZ-29 Lilly Atkins Rezoning.
To view the meeting in its entirety, please visit HERE. The Lily Atkins Rezoning portion...Read more
Our gorgeous 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 perhaps...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
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
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