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Election Information

In the next few days, you will receive a ballot in the mail for election of the Board of Directors and/or an invitation to vote online. You may vote by paper ballot or online.

If we do not have your email address on file or you do not receive the email by 08/05/2022, you can still vote online. Please  go to the following web address:

There are three (3) vacancies on the Board of Directors in which you may cast your vote by checking the box next to their name (voting for more than three will make the ballot invalid). All positions are three-year terms.

Voting closes at noon 08/17/2022.

Click here for more election information.

Bald Eagle Update

Bald Eagle Update

It is with great sadness to report that I was notified this morning that it was necessary to euthanize the injured Bald Eagle. I know this is not the outcome anyone wanted but the experts had to do what was best. As the eagle was gaining weight it was placing more stress on the injured areas and causing additional pain. Rest assured our treasured national bird was treated with expertise, love and respect by all. I am very grateful to have been a part of the rescue effort and knowing this magnificent creature was rescued from suffering in the wild and did not fall to predators makes me proud of how our community and volunteers came together as one. That is one of the many things the Bald Eagle symbolizes.

Some have asked what will happen with the eagle’s mate since they mate for life. The good news is the mate will select another male she likes the look of to fly with. During this process she will pick a stick and drop it to see if the male can catch it. If he does, she will mate with that male till death they do part and remain in the same territory.

Before receiving the sad news this morning, I was working on the upcoming “Bake Sale Fundraiser” to be held on July 1st at the Friday night barbeque, for the volunteer organizations involved with the rescue. I know our community will come together to show our support, thanks, and appreciation. Please contact the office for more information & watch for upcoming announcements.

Thank you,
Bob Christensen
Lakes & Wildlife Chair

Friendly Reminders


No dogs, cats or other animals referred to as household pets or domesticated animals are permitted in or at Association owned facilities or amenities (beaches, picnic areas, courts, fields, etc.) or other places designated as recreational areas, at any time.

Dogs under direct control of the owner (or person walking the dog) may swim in the designated areas *(located at the boat launch, signs posted) at Pines and Locust Lakes, as established by LLVPOA without a leash as follows:

The person must be in control of the dog with verbal or hand commands.

The dog is expected to obey reasonable commands and MUST be returned to a leash when leaving water.

The dog(s) must not swim near or interfere with people fishing.

Dogs must be on a leash while being walked and owners must clean up after their pets.

Offenders will receive a citation/summons.

Safety Restrictions:

The following are prohibited:

No vehicles of any type shall be driven or towed in a reckless manner on or along any road.

Towing of any apparatus containing persons or animals by a motorized vehicle.

Allowing a dog/pet to be “walked” or exercised on a leash, from any type of moving vehicle, on any Locust Lake Village road or amenity is strictly prohibited.

Offenders can be cited in accordance with the Locust Lake Village traffic violation structure.

Back Gate, Access Cards

The back gate will be operational around the beginning of July.

This should provide plenty of time for new homeowners to request access cards as well as existing owners to locate theirs.

Property owners are issued 2 gate cards free of charge. If you wish to purchase more they are $25.00 each.

Please call or email the office to obtain gate cards.  The best way is just to email us at the registrations of the cars you need cards for. We can have the cards waiting for you here at the office for pick up.



Leash and Clean Up After Your Dog!

“Dogs must be on a leash while being walked and owners must clean up after their pets.” — LLV Rules & Regulations

The parasites and bacteria in dog waste can spread disease to other dogs and even you if not properly picked up. E. coli and salmonella are some of the bacteria which are carried in dog waste. Even if your dog does not show symptoms of being sick their waste can carry diseases that are harmful to humans and other pets. Plus, Giardiasis, Parvovirus, Cryptosporidiosis, Salmonellosis, and Campylobacteriosis, along with several types of worms like ringworm and tapeworm.

The parasites and bacteria can stay in the soil for years. By not picking up after your dog, you’re putting other people’s pets at risk for exposure to harmful bacteria.