The January 2024 membership list has been posted to the LHHA website. You can access it under the RESOURCES tab.
The Emergency Response Team will hold a meeting at Lake Hills Church on Tuesday, Nov. 21 at 7 PM. The meeting is open to all ERT members and any residents who want to learn more about the team – what we do and how we do it. You can learn how you can help us and we can help you when the neighborhood experiences weather and other emergencies. We look forward to seeing you there. Bob Proctor
Your renewal for membership in the LHHA homeowner’s association is due by September 1, 2023. That is coming up quickly. (this Friday)
If you have misplaced your renewal bill & envelope, please go to https://lakemoor.org/lhha/hoa-member-dues-renewal/ and you can renew online.
If you do not want to renew online, please send your $40 check payable to LHHA to Kathy Proctor, LHHA Treasurer at 2429 Lakemoor Dr.
We appreciate your support for our homeowners association.
Greetings Lakemoor Hills Residents
Recently a number of neighbors noticed a dramatic increase in their Waste Connections fees. We reached out to Waste Connections and realized that our contract from 2016 had expired. We renegotiated the contract with WCI and have secured the discount again for our LHHA members.
The discounted rates for our members are $52.50 per quarter for trash or $88.50 per quarter for trash & recycle pickup. The non-discounted rate for trash & recycle is close to $130 per quarter. So the LHHA members are still seeing a substantial savings.
As we go through this transition, please check your next billing. If it is not the rates that are listed above, you are to contact Customer Service at WCI (865-522-8161 and select option 2). You can speak to a customer service agent who can adjust your bill.
IF you are not yet a member of the homeowners association, you can receive the discount as soon as you join. Just go to lakemoor.org and select “HOA Member Dues and Renewals”.
The 2023 Neighborhood Cleanup Day will be held on March 18 from 9 – 11 AM. During this time we will pick up trash, spread mulch, polish signs, clean up landscaping and decorate our neighborhood so we will be ready for visitors on the Dogwood trails starting April 1. We are generously supported by Keep Knoxville Beautiful who supplies us with trash bags, gloves, pickers and safety vests. There will be a team working at Legacy Park on Circle Lake, the church, Howard’s Corner (Bluff Point & Maloney), Maloney Road Park, the roundabouts, the access road, and every street in the neighborhood.
You can come and help us on that day (get your assignment & tools in the church parking lot), or you can pick a portion of the neighborhood and jump in early. Just email Kathy Proctor at email@example.com or text 865-599-7783, and let her know which street(s) you plan to walk and remove debris and when you plan to do it. (see street listing below)
We are expanding our reach this year to include the 3 roundabouts, the bridges at Maloney & Montlake, and the western access road (Lakemoor View). So we will need lots of participation from the neighbors. Please join us and help keep Lakemoor Hills beautiful!
The list of streets appears below:
Circle Lake Ln
Ginn Farm Rd.
Montlake (roundabout to Lakemoor) (Lakemoor to Tall Pine) (Tall Pine to Maloney)
Maloney (Roundabout to Ginn Farm Rd.) ( Ginn FArm Rd. to Raines) (Raines to McCarrell) (McCarrell to MOntlake) (Montlake to Lake Crest) (LakeCrest to Ferry) (Ferry to end)
Maloney East Roundabout
Maloney West Roundabout
Old Settlers Trail
Quiet Side Way
Velmetta East & West
Woodmere Ln & Rd.
Street Sign Cleaning
Garbage Bag Pickup
Thank you for pointing out the error in the Excel file for the Name sort. Everyone got their neighbor’s last name, since the file was off by one cell. I have fixed that and made the other changes that I received from a few of you. Please keep looking!
I am happy to announce that the bug has been fixed in the Lakemoor Hills Resource Council website and you can now make donations to the Pave it Forward project if you wish. This is to get the walking trail at the church repaired & resurfaced. Follow this link: https://lakemoor.org/lhha/donate-to-lakemoor-resource-council/
Scroll down to the bottom of the page and you will see the donation form.
All donations are tax deductible.
I will be sending Waste Connections the current LHHA membership listing on October 17 to update the discounts on the WCI billings. If you want to continue to receive your 50% discount for waste removal, you need to renew now. Here is the link to do it online, or you can mail your $40 check to LHHA Treasurer, 2429 Lakemoor Dr., Knoxville, TN 37920. https://lakemoor.org/lhha/hoa-member-dues-renewal/ Just scroll down to the bottom of the renewal page and fill in the form. Thank you!! If you are unsure if you have paid or not, just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We know how beautiful our neighborhood is in the spring as the dogwood trees flourish. But you may have some trees that are older and beginning to die. Now is the time to order new disease resistant dogwood trees to plant this fall. The trees can be picked up in November at the Dogwood Arts office.
Here are 3 easy ways to proceed:https://www.dogwoodarts.com/bazillionblooms
Choose an Option
Option 1: Pick Up and Plant Yourself (1-4 trees are $25/eachor order 5+ for $20/each) Trees ordered through November16, 2022 will be available for pickup from the Dogwood Arts office on Friday, December 2nd from 10AM-4M & Saturday, December 3rd from 9AM-12PM.
Option 2: Donate a Tree in Memory or Celebration (Your gift tree will be planted along one of Knoxville’s Historic Dogwood Trails and includes a commemorative card (with your personal message) that will be mailed to the recipient of your choosing. $35/each
Option 3: Donate Trees to the Historic Dogwood Trails (Your gift tree will be planted along a Dogwood Trail) $25/each
You should have all received a letter from the Lakemoor Hills Homeowners Association leadership that included a letter describing what the LHHA has accomplished in the past year, your membership renewal form, and information about the Lakemoor Hills Resource Council, our 501 (c)3. About half of our members have already renewed, some online and some sent the renewals in the enclosed envelopes by mail. September 1, 2022 is the due date for renewals.
If you want to renew online, use this link RENEW to take you to the renewal page on our website. You may still send your renewals in by mail to Kathy Proctor, 2429 Lakemoor Dr. and your check should be written to LHHA. You may also make a tax deductible donation to the LHRC with a separate check. Thank you for supporting our homeowners association and our neighborhood so generously.