Welcome to our sanctuary in the city

Photo credit: Lewis Gardner (lewisgardnerphotos.com)

Photo credit: Lewis Gardner (lewisgardnerphotos.com)

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       Monday, Jan. 4, 2021

 Happy New Year! 

MULTI-USE SALT BUCKETS IN CARPORTS 

As reported in an earlier News To Use, salt buckets have been placed in the carports for use by homeowners as needed.  Please feel free to use this salt if there are areas near your unit that you believe need extra applications based on changing weather conditions such as warmer temps during the day causing melting that then creates icy areas at night or in shady areas.  Certain areas have been identified as needing extra pre-salting and this will be done by staff, but as conditions change due to weather or over a weekend, please feel free to use the carport salt as needed.  Let the office know when your bucket is running low and it will be replenished.  Thank you. 

COURTEOUS PARKING 

Please park in such a way that does not prevent parking in an adjoining space or make opening doors a challenge.  Please be mindful of how you park.  Please stay between the lines and park so that no spaces next to you are blocked.  Check to make sure the car(s) next to you can open their doors. If you have an oversized vehicle, please park in a way that doesn't block another car or carport space in any way.  If you have multiple vehicles - which many homeowners do - please consider parking one on Laketower if at all possible. Thank you. 

RECYCLING EFFORTS NEED TO IMPROVE - PLEASE DO YOUR PART 

Reports continue to come in regarding improper recycling here in the Village. Multiple homeowners are calling the office to report the following: 

- BOXES NOT BROKEN DOWN.   

- LOOSE TRASH THROWN IN RECYCLING BINS 

- PLASTIC BAGS OF RECYCLABLES AND/OR TRASH BEING PUT IN THE BINS 

- FOOD CONTAINERS WITH REMAINING FOOD THROWN IN THE BINS 

- NON-RECYCLABLE ITEMS BEING PUT IN THE BINS 

- ELECTRONIC DEVICES THROWN IN DUMPSTERS OR LEFT ON THE GROUND 

PLEASE recycle properly.  LSV participated in a citywide recycling audit last year and it was determined that we are at the limit for the number of Rosies we can have for this size property.  If people will follow the guidelines - recycle properly and especially,  breakdown boxes - our current number will be sufficient.  For more information on how to recycle properly go to  https://www.lexingtonky.gov/about-recycling 

If you have questions or concerns about anything Village-related, please check the LSV website or call the office for assistance.  Thank you. 

Ann Michel 

Property Manager 

Lakeshore Village Homeowner Association 

859-317-8303 

www.lakeshorevillage.org

Photo Credit: Lewis Gardner (lewisgardnerphotos.com)

Photo Credit: Lewis Gardner (lewisgardnerphotos.com)

Spotted from the causeway. Photo courtesy of Fred Fahmy

Info for New Owners and Realtors

To read or download a handy fact sheet for new LSV residents and realtors, click here.