The Blood Connection


The Blood Connection Blood Drive:

This is a reminder that Lochmere Homeowners Association and The Blood Connection are hosting a Blood Drive on Saturday, July 11, from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM in the Upper Parking Lot at 502 Lochmere Drive.

Thank you to everyone who has already signed up.  Due to the outpouring of support, the Blood Connection is bringing a second mobile unit to Lochmere to aid in respecting donors’ time.

All donors will be tested for COVID-19 Antibodies with every blood donation. Also, for each donor The Blood Connection will donate $20 to Backpack Buddies.

If you haven’t already registered to donate blood, you can do so HERE.  Please refer all questions directly to The Blood Connection.

Doody Calls Waste Station Photo

Please remember to clean up after your pet when out and about. Bring a plastic bag with you just in case, and make sure to dispose of the bag properly and not dump it on the street or on other people’s property. There are 11 dog waste stations throughout Lochmere next to the trails.

Pet owners are required per Town of Cary Ordinance to pick up their pet’s waste. Pet waste is not only unsightly it is also harmful to the environment. Pet waste can impact water quality through the excess nutrients and bacteria which can be washed into our streams during rain events. Contamination of streams can affect algae blooms and be harmful to people wading and playing in the stream. Picking up after your pet is the neighborly thing to do; it’s also the healthy thing for you to do, for you and the environment.

The following is from the Town Of Cary's website: Defecation on Streets and Private Property:  Section  6-64 of the ordinance requires an animal owner to remove any feces deposited by his or her pet on the private property of another or on public property. The ordinance does not address urine. If you know who the owner of the offending animal is, Animal Services Officers will be happy to work with you to address the issue.

 Any questions or concerns regarding the Lochmere community should be directed to our on-site Community Manager Andy Siouville at 919-233-7640 or his direct email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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HRW staff are back in the office although they are not accepting walk-ins at this time. 

It is preferred that requests be done via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. However, requests may be submitted using the mail slot next to the door at the office located at 502 Lochmere Drive. 

If you need to come to the office to discuss your request, please call (919-233-7640) or email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) to set up an appointment. Masks are required while at the office.

The Architectural Committee is continuing to review all requests as usual online.  Please note that requests are taking close to 30 days due to the volume, and we ask residents to plan accordingly with scheduling work. 

Neighbor signatures are not required during this time.

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