Welcome to Lake Creek Forest!
Located in Southwest Montgomery County along FM 1488 and close to SH 242, Lake Creek Forest is a quiet community in a country setting. One of the best kept secrets in the area, this breathtaking community captures the hearts and imagination of wildlife and forest lovers while offering the outstanding education opportunities of The Woodlands High School
and feeder schools.
Originally deeded in 1978, lot and home sizes vary throughout the community with homesites from 1/2 acre to 8 plus acres and equally varied home styles and sizes.
This versatile location has easy access to numerous shopping districts in The Woodlands or Magnolia. A new super center anchored by Target is right around the corner that also features stores such as Office Max, Ross, TJ Maxx, PetSmart, Famous Footwear, and more.
The Lake Conroe area is 20 minutes North where you'll find water sports and recreational activities. For the golf enthusiast, there are great area courses located in Lake Windcrest, Woodforest, Grand Lake Estates, The Woodlands, and High Meadow Ranch.
About the POA
All property owners in Lake Creek Forest are voting members of the Property Owners Association (POA). If you are interested in building a home in Lake Creek Forest, please review the by-laws, deed restrictions, and ACC guidelines posted on the website. If you have purchased property and are ready to build a home, please review the Architectural Control Committee guidelines also located on the website (ACC Guidelines). If you have questions, please contact our management company ("CKM") at 281-255-3055 or send an e-mail using the "Contact Us" page on the website.
For POA Members
Your Board of Directors is continually striving to update and improve the website. If you would like to see information on our community that you do not find on this site please fill out our contact form and let us know.
ANNOUNCEMENTS - please scroll to see all
MARCH POA MEETING
March 7, 2015
at the Clubhouse
NEW PICKUP TIME Notification for Republic Customers - Place your trash receptable out before 7:00 am
Republic heavy trash pickup has switched to the 2nd Monday. Click link above for details.
COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE
2nd SATURDAY IN APRIL
FIRST AID COURSE OFFERING
CALL OR EMAIL IF INTERESTED IN ATTENDING
When: To Be Determined
Cost: Cost -- Based on number of participants
Length of Course: Approximately 4 hours
Call Kelly Strachan - LCF CERT Representative
Property Owners Drainage Responsibility
DR Horton is developing the area east of Lake Creek Forest for residential housing. Google satellite imagery shows the first neighborhood roads being developed. Click HERE to see the imagery. You will see the streets in the middle of the screen and Lake Creek Forest to the left (with 45 Lake Dr. highlighted).
We have had some pretty good downpours in the neighborhood lately including a night time gulley washer of just shy of 9” that resulted in waterlogged lots and at least one flooded home. It came to our attention that the flooding may be aggravated by drainage ditches that have become clogged over the years. So whose responsibility is it to keep these clear and the water running smoothly?
We wrote to Commissioner Doyle (our Precinct 2 Commissioner) to find out the true skivvy. It seems that the county is responsible for the drainage ditches along the road rights-of-way but property owners are responsible for all drainage ditches on private property. The letters are linked below but these are the crucial points:
- Drainage on our road right-of-way ditches is maintained by the county. If you see a drainage ditch problem on the public right-of-way you should contact the Precinct 2 office (936-539-7383).
- There is no flood control district in Montgomery County to maintain drainage on private property.
- It is up to private property owners to maintain drainage easements on their property. Property owners should clear excessive brush or trees in a drainage easement on their property and NEVER dump any debris into the channel.
The Property Owners Association has no authority to enter private property to maintain or inspect drainage easements on private property.
Dead Tree Removal
WCA is now offering recycling services in our neighborhood. For existing customers the cost is $3.25 per month (plus 7.75% sales tax) in addition to your regular charges. For new customers the monthly fee including recycling is $32.75 (plus 7.75% sales tax).
WCA recycles almost all recycling types including glass. All recycling should must be clean so no soiled pizza boxes or unrinsed yogurt pots! Do not recycle plastic bags; they clog the machinery. Click HERE for the recycling types.
WCA provides an 18 gallon recycling bin or you can purchase a 48 gallon wheeled bin for $50. Recycling starts immediately for those interested.
WCA also provides bulk pickup on any pickup day of up to 2 bulk items. You should contact the office to schedule a pickup to ensure a truck will be scheduled for the area.
To sign up email HHNORTH@WCAMERICA.COM or call 281-766-1914.
POA Election Results
Many residents have responded to the need to remove dead trees from their property. Before the next storm residents need to assure dead and weakened trees are removed from their property, especially when the trees are near homes, structures, paths or rights of way.
If you do not have a tree contractor you might want to contact New Image Trees. New Image has removed the trees on the common land for the Association and the prices appear fair and the work satisfactory. You can contact the Adolfo Fiqueroa by calling or texting him at 713-545-8514.
The present board officers are:
- Gary Mills - President
- James 'Tom' Tomlinson - Vice President
- George Cole - At Large
- Jo Ann Eichenour - Treasurer
- James Curtis - At Large
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