About Lakewood Park POA

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1. What we are.

Lakewood Park is a community of 4000 residentially-zoned properties located halfway between Vero Beach and Fort Pierce, Florida, and occupying the westernmost part of the Lakewood Park Census Designated Place. 

The community is self administered and maintained by the Lakewood Park Property Owners' Association, Inc. by volunteer members on our Board of Directors. 

Some of the properties in Lakewood Park, Bel Aire Estates, Oakland Lake Estates, and Sampson Development, are not part of the Association.

2. What we do.

The Lakewood Park Property Owners' Association, Inc. cares for the entrances and common areas of Lakewood Park including two large green areas, 25 lakes and the park access area to our private lakes.
(St. Lucie County maintains the canals and the front swale area of undeveloped lots) 
Click here to view lake maps.  

The Association also maintains the Village Hall, where our business office is located.
The Hall is a Rental venue for private events. It is a large meeting hall on the south side of Lakewood Park. Our POA Board of Directors meetings and our Annual POA Membership Meeting is held there.
The Property Owners Association does not received any Federal, State, or County funding for required maintenance of our private land or lake properties. We are self funded by members of the Property Owners Association. 

 

3. Who we are.

Everyone who owns one or more lots in the area covered by the Lakewood Park Property Owners' Association, Inc. All property owners are entitled to be a member of the Association, however membership is voluntary. W. encourage you to become a member, volunteer on committee, and invite you to apply for our Board of Directors to help manage the business of the Association.  

All members share in and have ownership in the Associations private properties.  A minimal maintenance fee insures that adequate funding is available to maintain the best possible standard of care for the land, lakes, and all assets of the Lakewood Park Property Owners Association, Inc.

You may apply for a position on the board of directors by filling out this downloadable application form and returning it to the Association office. Please call the office for more information.
Your knowledge and experience can be a valuable asset for a future position on the Board of Directors.
You may apply to be Appointed or a Nominee for the Ballot in an Annual Election. 

If you are interested in participating on an Association committee, please call, visit or email the Association office. 

4. When we meet.

The Board of Directors meets at 7pm in the Lakewood Park Village Hall every third Wednesday of the month to discuss Association business. The doors are usually opened just before 7pm so attendees can sign in and pick up materials. Members are notified of upcoming meetings by signs posted at the entrances to Lakewood Park and an announcement in the Calendar page including a meeting agenda, if available.

At most meetings, a deputy from the sheriff's department gives a report and answers questions from the audience. Occasionally, guest speakers give presentations on topics of community interest. 
All members of the Association are encouraged to attend these meetings or access the website regularly to stay informed.

The Annual Membership Meeting is in November.

Approved meeting minutes and approved financials and other reports are available in the office and on this website for members of the Lakewood Park Property Owners' Association, Inc. only.  Register to gain access.  You will be granted access to the Member's pages as soon as the webmaster can verify your information.

5. What we have agreed to.

Please note that Association Members have agreed to abide by the By-Laws of the Association and the payment of a minimal Maintenance Invoice that is sent to property owners. The annual Property Owners' Maintenance fee is due 90 days after receipt.