Questions? Call (817) 566-2963 x702
Questions? Call (817) 566-2963 x702
Hours: Monday – Friday 9am-5pm (excluding holidays)
All calls or emails received during non-business hours will be answered on the following business day
Please Remember – LCPOA is staffed with member volunteers and not employees; we enjoy our weekends, evenings and holidays with our family and friends. Please be patient.
For your safety and security purposes, our walk-thru gate locks are changed yearly. A key is included in your membership at no charge. Upon joining, your key will be delivered within 5-7 business days once your membership application has been processed. This key provides access to the Waterfront Park Pavilion Area and Tennis/Basketball Courts.
Our purpose is to promote community welfare and pride among the resident property owners. Membership is encouraged as the dues are used in many areas throughout our neighborhood.
Main Entrance Committee
LCPOA maintains three front entrances that are located at Lake Country Drive, Golf Club Drive, and Secret Harbor. We hire a lawn service to mow and our volunteers plant and maintain the flowerbeds. We also maintain the fountain at Lake Country Drive. It is quite expensive to pay for water and electricity at the main entrances and your membership helps to keep these areas nice for us all to enjoy.
The Membership Committee works to process membership applications and make new residents of Lake Country feel welcome. They also coordinate with the Greenbelt Committee to issue tennis/basketball court keys and the Boat Launch Committee to issue Boat Ramp Permits.
Boat Launch Committee
The LCPOA Boat Launch Committee works to keep the boat ramp and parking area in good condition. The boat ramp is a unique asset to the neighborhood and is the longest ramp on Eagle Mountain Lake allowing our members access to the water in the past when all other ramps have been closed in drought conditions. The committee also issues boat launch permits and maintains the property in general.
By hiring of off duty police officers to patrol Lake Country, we ensure our roads and neighborhood are safer for the enjoyment of all of our residents.
LCPOA sponsors several traditional events including the Easter Egg Hunt, Spring and Fall Garage Sales, Kid’s Fishing Tournament, 4th of July Parade, and Tailgating Party and Picnic. It’s great to see neighbors out enjoying the events and meeting each other. We look forward to hosting our community throughout the year.
Deed Restrictions Committee
The Deed Restrictions are written to try and ensure property values are sustained and provide a positive quality of life for all residents of Lake Country. These Deed Restrictions have been a part of Lake Country since the neighborhood was started in the 1970’s. It is a topic that some people become agitated with. Please understand that without Deed Restrictions our neighborhood would be less desirable, and if that happens, our property values are sure to decrease. Please understand that we try to enforce them the same for all residents as written. Unfortunately, not every resident wishes to comply and those cases have to go through the legal process which takes time. Please also rest assured that LCPOA is not out to get anyone. We are volunteers that wish to make our neighborhood great for all. So please know we just want the best for everyone in Lake Country. Our success as a neighborhood relies on neighborly behavior and the contributions and service to each other.
The Lake Country Greenbelts and Parks are just some of the great amenities we have in our neighborhood. Our new pavilion that’s located at our waterfront park has two new picnic tables as well as two new park grills for our members to enjoy. In addition, members can launch kayaks, paddle boards, swim 100 ft from the boat launch area or enjoy a lakefront picnic on a nice day. There is always something to maintain on the 15 acres of greenbelts and parks in Lake Country.
Communications to our members and community in general is an important focus for the LCPOA Board of Directors. We continue to make improvements to the lcpoa.org website (including mobile phone experience), email communications system and social media digital assets. These low-cost, streamlined methods of communication are utilized to ensure open lines of communication with our neighbors. There will be more information about what LCPOA accomplished throughout the year at the annual general meeting, which will be held in February.
Zoning and Development
LCPOA remains in close contact with city zoning officials and works to ensure that new developments in the area are built to zoning standards that do not hurt our property values. This includes fighting for larger lot sizes within new residential developments that are comparable to those in Lake Country to help prevent over density, and protect the values of our own homes.
It is gratifying to know that just a small commitment of your time can make a big difference to our community. Whether you can distribute flyers on your daily walk, trim brush and low tree limbs in our greenbelts, stuff Easter eggs, help cleanup after our events, or simply welcome a new family into our neighborhood. Not only is it personally rewarding, but it can also help our community run more smoothly. If you are interested in volunteering, please click here to send us an email.
We will be happy to work with you on opportunities throughout the year.