Welcome to our sanctuary in the city
Located on Lake Fontaine in the heart of the Blue Grass region, the Lakeshore Village townhome community is unique among urban residential settings. Here you can commune with the natural habitat of Blue Heron, Osprey, even Eagles while boating, hiking or simply relaxing - all within ten minutes of the center of downtown Lexington. Photos in the slideshow above provided by LSV resident photographers, Lewis Gardner, Lou Leslie, Douglas Wedding and Dr. Guoying Bing.
LSV News to Use
Friday, June 11, 2021
SOCIAL COMMITTEE SEEKS MEMBERS AND IDEAS
If you would like to get involved in the social activities of the Village, please consider joining the Social Committee! The HOA wants to thank everyone who has served in the past to organize and host great events for the community. These efforts have been appreciated by everyone. Thank you to Joanna Rodes for stepping in as the current interim chair. If you would like to join the committee, or if you have ideas for social events, please contact Joanna at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
NEW! WATERFRONT COMMITTEE
A new committee is being formed to help manage the waterfront area of the Village. All LSV registered boat owners are being asked to consider helping with this new effort to manage the waterfront area. (docks, boat racks, boat storage area and boat launch area, etc.). If you would like to help out with the waterfront, please contact Larry Snipes at email@example.com. Thank you Larry for volunteering to head up this new committee!
CLUBHOUSE RENTAL POLICY ANNOUNCEMENT COMING SOON
The board will be reviewing the current rental policy and contract as it relates to COVID information and making appropriate revisions for LSV. An announcement with new information is expected soon. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
JUNE HOA PAYMENT REMINDER
Monthly invoices are due on the 1st. To avoid the $25 late fee, please send your payment by the 15th. Thank you! If you would like information on the option of automatic bank withdrawal, please contact the office.
REQUESTS AND REMINDERS RECEIVED FROM HOMEOWNERS AND RESIDENTS
Make sure your contractor knows to haul all construction debris off the property and have your contractor check paved areas for nails. LSV dumpsters are not for construction debris.
Please do not use the large item disposal area as a disposal area for recyclable boxes, electronics, or small loose items.
Please do not leave large items such as patio tables, storm doors, old windows, etc inside the dumpster blinds. These items can be taken to the large item disposal area for pick up by the city.
If you break a large mirror or piece of glass in the dumpster blind, please clean it up or let the office know you need help.
Please make sure you park your vehicle in a space, not on or over the white lines.
RED TAGS AND LELA PERMITS
This is a reminder that your pool key and red numbered tag are needed for pool access. Keep your red tag visible while visiting the pool or lakefront area. LELA security will be patrolling the lake this summer and checking for LELA permits and proper floatation devices on all boats. An office from Fish and Wildlife occasionally patrols the area as well. To avoid a hefty fine, be sure to have a current fishing license if you fish. For LSV Policies and Procedures regarding pool and lake usage, click here: https://lakeshorevillage.org/lsv-policies-and-procedures.
PROPERTY MANAGER OUT OF THE OFFICE 6-21 through 6-25
This is advance notification that the PM will be out of the office the week of June 21. Emergency contact information will be provided on Clubhouse signage, included in the office answering message and in the LSV email reply.
Lakeshore Village Homeowner Association