2200
Acres of Land
2
No. of Lakes
1972
Date First Unit Sold
2200
Single Family Units
191
Condos/Townhomes

A Note from the General Manager

COVID-19 Update from the GM – April 5, 2020

Pursuant to the recent Stay at Home Order issued by Governor Parsons, as defined by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services order dated April 3, 2020 and effective @ 12:01 a.m., Monday, April 6, 2020, through 11:59 p.m., Friday, April 24, 2020, the Lakewood Property Owners Association will implement the following actions and guidelines to help assist in reducing the spread of COVID 19.

1. ACTIONS

While outdoor recreation is permitted under the order, we will be taking the following preventative actions;

PLAY PARKS
We will place snow fence barricades around our three (3) play parks, as we have seen evidence that these areas are not conducive to the CDC guidelines for social distancing, 10-person maximum and proper sanitation of common surfaces. We will use this period of closure to provide seasonal maintenance to the parks and equipment, so they are in top condition when they reopen after April 24, 2020.

VOLLEYBALL COURT
We will be removing the volleyball nets, as we have seen evidence that the recreational activity of volleyball is not conducive to the CDC guidelines for social distancing and 10-person maximum.

BASKETBALL COURTS
We will be removing the basketball hoops, as we have seen evidence that the recreational activity of basketball is not conducive to the CDC guidelines for social distancing and 10-person maximum.

2. GUIDELINES

As there are no rules and regulations, created by due process, in place to address COVID 19, we are issuing the following guidelines for members who use Association Amenity Facilities for outdoor recreation during the Stay at Home Order period. We will monitor on a day-to-day basis to see if these guidelines are being followed by our membership in order to help prevent the spread of COVID 19 or if further action is required by the Association.

TENNIS COURTS
No more than two (2) players per single court. This means no more than six (6) people per tennis facility. Six (6) feet of separation is required at all times. No team or league play will be allowed during this period.

PICKLE BALL COURTS
No more than two (2) players per court. Six (6) feet of separation is required at all times.

MARINAS
No more than ten (10) people per marina dock at any one time. If you are entering by land and there are 10 persons on the dock, do not go through the gate; stay back away from the ramp to allow those who are on the dock to exit either by boat or up the ramp. If you are entering by boat and there are 10 persons on the dock, wait to enter your slip until people exit either by boat or up the ramp. Maintain six (6) feet of separation at all times while on the dock and in the marina facility.

PLEASURE DOCKS
No more than two (2) persons per pleasure dock. There is no other amount that can reasonably maintain six (6) feet of separation on a pleasure dock.

THE BEACH AT THE COVE
The beach is closed until after April 24, 2020. No gatherings will be permitted.

SHELTER HOUSES
No more than 10 persons per shelter house or a lessor number of persons in order to maintain six (6) feet of separation. The surfaces of tables and chairs should be sanitized by the user before and after use.

We believe all actions and guidelines described herein meet, or exceed within reason of due cause, the referenced Order from Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services and the Jackson County Executive Order in force prior and addressed in prior correspondence.

ENFORCEMENT
There is no LPOA enforcement of guidelines, only rules and regulations. LPOA Staff will be observing to see if guidelines are being followed during this period and continuing to enforce the rules and regulations of the Association. If you are concerned that CDC Guidelines, as well as the Governor’s Order and Jackson County Executive Order are not being followed, do not contact Lakewood Community Services, as they are not law enforcement. Contact State, County or local Law Enforcement agencies with your concerns.

Right here, right now, is the time that we all need to collectively focus on the mission at hand and get the job done and put COVID 19 behind us so we can all move forward.

Welcome to Lakewood!

Lakewood is a beautiful, 2,200 acre, master-planned community situated between Highway 291 on the East, Lee’s Summit Road on the West, and just two miles south of I-70. It is home to more than 2,300 residents who enjoy all the amenities Lakewood has to offer. This neighborhood has homes in the Blue Springs and Lee’s Summit School Districts, two of the top rated school districts in the state of Missouri.

Our Restaurants

Restaurants

The Argyle

Upscale dining located at the Lakewood Oaks Country Club, The Argyle offers a variety of daily specials and selection of seafood, steaks, salads, appetizers, dessert options, wines, beers and hand-crafted cocktails.

Hours:

Tuesday – Friday / / 4:00 PM – 9:00 PM

St. Andrew's Pub

Located on the lower level of the Lakewood Oaks Country Club, St. Andrew’s Pub is a relaxing atmosphere to watch sports on multiple big screen TV’s and enjoy a cold draft beer and sandwich.

Hours:

Tuesday – Saturday / / 9:00 AM to dusk
Sundays / / 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

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