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Welcome to the Lakemoor Homeowner’s website, created especially for Lakemoor residents. We invite you to explore it often and seek your suggestions to make it as informative and fun as you would like it to be!
This site includes tools for residents to contact the HOA Board, access current information about upcoming events, communicate with other residents using the message board, showcase your favorite photos of the area in the photo gallery, find registered residents in the local directory, post classified ads, have quick access to Eagle services, find answers to community-related questions, check the daily weather and MORE! Just click around and check out how it works for you.
We hope you will find this site to be an informative resource and that you’ll enjoy accessing it frequently. Please feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions.
   Upcoming Events   
Board Meeting
Friday, March 30th, 9:00AM at Development Services - 9601 W State St Ste 203, Boise, ID
The Lakemoor Board of Directors is meeting Friday, March 30th at 9:00am at the offices of Development Services.  If you would like to attend the meeting please notify Shurie at or at 208-939-6000x202 no later than March 16th so we can be sure we have a venue large enough to accommodate all attending.  If you wish to attend AND speak to the Board, please include in your attendance request an outline of what you would like to discuss in order for the Board to prepare.  Thank you. 

   News & Announcements   
Boy Scouts Fundraiser
Posted on Mar 6th, 2018 Comments (0)



From Matt Nelson, scoutmaster of a local troop:  Our plan to raise money for scout camp this year is to pressure spray out garbage cans in the local area.  In order to raise awareness about it we are having the scouts pass out flyers in several neighborhoods.  The boys will not knock on anybody's door as that's against our policy.  The flyer will have an email homeowners can respond to if they would be willing to have the scouts clean out their garbage cans.  Over two Saturday's we will pick up garbage cans, take them to a location outside of Lakemoor, clean them, and return them the same day.  Thank you!

Holiday Safety Tips
Posted on Dec 7th, 2017 Comments (0)
Please find a link below for Holiday Safety Tips from the Boise Police Department.  Happy and safe holidays to all!
Flag Disposal
Posted on Oct 24th, 2017 Comments (0)
Please be reminded of the Lakemoor HOA Flag policy as outlined below.  
FLAGPOLES: Permanent flagpoles are not allowed in the Lakemoor subdivision. Temporary or removable flagpoles are allowed in the Lakemoor Subdivision. When selecting a US Flag and temporary flagpole, the following specifications must be followed:

• Flagpole – telescoping or removable.
• Material – aluminum.
• Color – aluminum, white, bronze.
• Height – does not exceed the ridge line (highest point of the roof) of the home.
• Base size – maximum 2 ½ inches.
• Halyard – external halyard (nylon ropes) not allowed.
• Quantity – one per household.
The US Flag may be displayed on a removable pole that is held in place by a bracket placed upon the front of a dwelling. The US Flag must be clean and in good condition, and comply with flag etiquette. A flag should be flown from sunrise to sunset. However, a flag may be displayed 24 hours if properly illuminated during the hours of darkness. Flags should not be displayed on inclement weather days, except when an all-weather flag is displayed (all weather – nylon or non-absorbent material). When picking a location for a pole, consideration for neighbors should be given. Means of the flag attachment must be such as to prevent noise in windy conditions.
As U.S. flags wear out, they should be disposed of properly.  If you are unsure of how to retire your flag, there are drop locations for such around the valley.  Recent drop locations reported include Wild West Cafe in Eagle, and the Eagle Fire Station.  Most Veteran facilities will have options as well.  Thank you for showing your patriotism!
Irrigation Water Shutoff 2017
Posted on Oct 10th, 2017 Comments (0)
The irrigation water will be shut off for the season October 30, 2017.  Please plan your individual sprinkler system winterizations accordingly.  Thank you. 
Eagle is Home - City of Eagle Planning Information
Posted on Sep 13th, 2017 Comments (0)
Please find below the City of Eagle "Eagle is Home" planning information.  Although the initial meeting has passed, the plan and other information is still available online for review.  Thank you. 
Posted on May 25th, 2017 Comments (0)
If you already have a keycard you do not need to do anything.  All keycards will be activated Friday morning unless your account is delinquent.  If you have any inquiries on your account you may contact us at, or via phone at (208)939-6000, Ext. 202.
If you are in need of a replacement keycard, the cost is $30 (check payable to Lakemoor HOA please). Keycards may only be distributed to the recorded owner(s) on title for a property - please bring picture ID with you.  Development Services office is open M-F, 9am-noon and 1-5pm (closed from noon to 1pm for the lunch hour).  We are located at 9601 W. State St., Ste. 203, Boise, ID 83714.  A release of liability waiver is required to be signed for pool use.  
A copy of the pool rules are available under HOA DOCUMENTS.  Please be courteous, and cognizant of these requests, when visiting your community pool.  
Thank you. 
Planning & Zoning Greenbelt Public Hearing Notice
Posted on Apr 24th, 2017 Comments (0)
Irrigation Water Available 2017
Posted on Apr 4th, 2017 Comments (0)
Irrigation water is now available for homeowner use.  Don't forget to clean the filters on your sprinklers regularly throughout the irrigation season so that your pressure and coverage is not seriously impacted by any debris that may be in the lines. 

If you notice water staying on for hours or significant flooding in the common areas, please contact Development Services at (208) 939-6000 during business hours (M-F, 9-5).  If it is after hours and an emergency the issue may be reported to Lawn Co. at (208) 869-8005.  Please only report emergency issues to Lawn Co. after-hours. 
Thank you. 
Eagle Area Flood Advisory
Posted on Mar 30th, 2017 Comments (0)
From: Tammy Gordon []
Sent: Thursday, March 30, 2017 9:54 AM
To: Stan Ridgeway <>
Subject: Potential Flood Emergency 
Emergency management officials as well as experts from the US Army Corps of Engineers and USGS have identified a progression toward possible failure on a levy upstream from the City of Eagle’s floodplain area. 

If a failure happens, the CodeRed system will give out warning to those who have signed up for the system. The time frame is estimated to be at least 12 hours’ notice. 

Although there is no way to predict the exact scenario, it is possible that Eagle Road and some residential roads will not be passible at times. Please do not attempt to cross flowing water. Remember to Turn Around, Don’t Drown.

Though buildings, homes and structures are not thought to be at risk, safety precautions should be exercised by those in the floodplain areas. The removal of motor vehicles, campers, motor-homes, boats and other such vehicles is necessary. It is also critical to the environment to remove chemicals, fertilizers, gas and fuel cans as well as propane tanks from low level areas.

It is also advised to prepare a “go-bag” containing water, clothing and other essentials for each member of the home. 

More information will be released as it becomes available.

CodeRed is a county wide alert system that delivers information to your landline or cell phone. You must sign up for this application for you to receive alerts. Please sign up here: 

You can find out more information on CodeRed by visiting Ada County’s website:
Subdivisions Affected include but may not be limited to:
Duck Alley
Island Woods
Laguna Pointe
Mace River
Rivers End
Two Rivers
Tammy Gordon
 City of Eagle
660 E.Civic Ln
Eagle, ID 83616
(208) 489-8790
Posted on Mar 23rd, 2017 Comments (0)
It has recently come to the HOAs attention that the adverse winter conditions have caused for some metal property/locating pins to raise above the sidewalk in some areas of the community.  Luckily it seems that these pins may be easily hammered back down to sidewalk level with a standard hammer.
As a reminder, it is each property owners responsibility to maintain the sidewalk and the landscape strip (with sod, trees, etc.) that is adjacent to their property.  As such, the Board requests that everyone inspect their sidewalks for any protruding pins and take the necessary actions to address the safety concern.  
If you notice any pins protruding from sidewalks adjacent to HOA common area property, or on sidewalks along Colchester Dr., please let Shurie with Development Services know the approximate location for follow-up (; 208-939-6000x202).
Thank you!
Lakemoor HOA 


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