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Stray Cats

by on Feb.16, 2024, under Association News

Like most neighborhoods, we are seeing many stray cats, and kitten season is here. In an effort to control and reduce the population of stray cats, the Lakewood Civic Association is partnering with Toni TNR Tails, Inc. to trap, neuter/spay, vaccinate and return (TNR) stray cats in the Lakewood subdivision.

The initial priority will be for cats that someone is pretty confident are pregnant. If you are aware of any stray cats that are likely pregnant please message me with their location and description (photos are even better). Also let me know if you would like to assist in the effort of trapping and later releasing cats that have been spayed/neutered.

Thank you.

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Good Neighbor Award Recipient

by on Feb.11, 2024, under Association News

Please join us in recognizing Madalyn Marquit as the latest recipient of the Lakewood Good Neighbor award. If you enjoy seeing the plants and flowers around the Lakewood sign at Post Oak Drive, give thanks to Madalyn. For years she has been taking care of the landscaping around the sign to beautify this entrance into the Lakewood subdivision. She has kept the plants alive through droughts, torrential rain and freezing weather. We thank Madalyn for her “green thumb” and being such a caring Lakewood neighbor.

If you would like to recognize someone in Lakewood for the Good Neighbor Award, please visit http://www.lakewoodcivic.org/?page_id=2404   This distinction is awarded on a quarterly basis and recognized with a yard sign and gift card.

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LCA Board Recruitment

by on Feb.11, 2024, under Association News

If you are interested in getting more involved with our neighborhood, please consider running for the LCA Board.

The purpose of the LCA is to solve community problems of common interest to the residents and property owners of the Lakewood subdivision, but it is so much more than just enforcing deed restrictions. Some activities this past year include working with the City to make street repairs, representing Lakewood in emergency response discussions with ExxonMobil, participating in the City’s focus group for broadband access, improving the driving surface at the Lakewood Boat ramp with a generous donation from ExxonMobil, holding the 2nd annual Holiday Parade while collecting food donations for Helping Hands, continuing oyster growing in Burnet Bay to improve water quality, partnering with Texas Search and Rescue on their training operations, recognizing individuals with the Good Neighbor Award, holding another Summer Kickoff Party at the Lakewood Pool, providing a Welcome Packet to new homeowners, supporting National Night Out, the Lakewood Garden Club, Boat Club and Lakewood Pool, and coordinating Community Garage Sales. Many people volunteer with LCA activities and the more volunteers the LCA has, the more that can be done.

The LCA Board typically meets once a month so it’s a small investment of time with a potential for big community impact. If you are interested in running for the LCA Board please use the ‘Contacts’ tab and choose “Lakewood Civic Board’ to respond and send in your name, address and phone number. Self-nominations will be open until February 28th.

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Community Emergency Response Team Program

by on Feb.11, 2024, under Association News

The LCA is partnering with The Baytown Fire Department Office of Emergency Management to inform the Lakewood community about the upcoming Community Emergency Response Team [CERT] program. These free CERT classes aim to educate Baytown citizens on disaster preparedness. At the completion of the program you will receive a FEMA certification from Harris County.

The classes will occur weekly from April 4 through May 23 on Thursday evenings, from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. For additional details and registration information, please refer to the CERT flyer below.

Note: This certification program is intended for individuals aged 18 and above. However, 16 and 17-year-old juniors and seniors are welcome to participate with an accompanying parent.

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Special Event for LCA Members

by on Feb.11, 2024, under Association News

The Lakewood Civic Association has arranged for our members to attend a special performance of Baytown Little Theater’s “Murder on the Nile” on March 21st. The show starts at 8 pm and there will be light refreshments available starting at 7 pm. Space is limited to 50 people for this free event.

If you would like to attend please use the ‘Contacts’ tab and choose “Lakewood Civic Board’ to respond with your name, if you want 1 or 2 tickets and your phone number. You will receive confirmation if you will have a seat for this performance or will be placed on a waiting list.

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February 2024 LCA Board Meeting

by on Jan.26, 2024, under Association News

The next Lakewood Civic Association (LCA) Board meeting is currently scheduled for February 15th at 6:30 pm at the Baytown Fire Training facility. Please review the LCA Board Open Meeting Policy for more information if you would like to attend: https://lakewoodcivic.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/LCA-Open-Meeting-Policy.pdf

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2023 Light Up Lakewood Winners

by on Dec.16, 2023, under Garden Club News

The winners of the 2023 Light-Up Lakewood have been chosen by the Lakewood Garden Club Committee. Winners are selected by a scoring system and must not have been selected in the past 2 years. It was a hard decision as always. Congratulations to the winners and thanks to all those who have brightened the neighborhood with all the beautiful lights!

101 N. Holly, Marilyn Lane

112 Redbud, Carl & Jeanine Fulkerson

112 Redbud, Carl & Jeanine Fulkerson

208 Hackberry, Rolendo Florez

505 Pin Oak, Chuck Parnell

505 Post Oak, Rusty & Robin McDougle

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Lakewood Holiday Food Drive and Parade – Saturday, Dec. 16th

by on Dec.14, 2023, under Association News

Attention all Santa Helpers! 

Santa and Mrs. Clause will collect non-perishable food for the Hearts and Hands of Baytown on Saturday, December 16th. (Rain date is Sunday, December 17th, same time, same place.) This Food Drive will help feed the hungry in the Baytown community. 

Additionally, there will be a Golf Cart parade! The LCA will host a Christmas Golf Cart Parade to assist with the food collections. Anyone along the parade routes wanting to donate non-perishable food items may flag down one of the Golf Carts in the parade, which will pick up and deliver those items to the Food Collection Point. Community members may also drive to Travis Elementary School to drop off the food items at 100 Robin Rd, Baytown, Tx 77520, between 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm.

Please note: The Golf Cart Parade includes Golf Carts, ATVs, Four Wheelers, Bikes, Motorcycles and Trucks.  The Parade will run from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm, starting in front of Travis Elementary and ending in front of the cafeteria. 

Please arrive by 4:30 pm. We encourage all vehicles to have Christmas decorations; the LCA will have a gift for the top three decorated vehicles. Judging and prize distribution will be at 4:45 pm and the parade will commence at 5:00 pm.

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Lakewood Community Garage Sale – October 7th, 2023

by on Oct.05, 2023, under Association News

The Lakewood Community Garage Sale is Saturday, October 7th, 2023 from 8 am – 2 pm. Below are addresses for the homes that are participating:

419 Azalea Drive
204 Burnett Drive
309 Burnett Drive
318 Burnett Drive
121 Caldwell Street
112 Crestway Drive
202 Hackberry Street
209 Hackberry Street
211 Hackberry Street
100 Honeysuckle Drive
110 Lakewood Drive
202 Mayhaw Drive
108 N. Burnett Drive
138 N. Burnett Drive
216 Post Oak Drive
300 Red Bud Lane
303 Red Bud Lane
413 Rolling Wood Road
426 S. Burnett Drive
106 Timber Lane

This map shows the approximate locations of the homes participating in the garage sale..

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