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Our community website was developed to serve as an informative resource for both our neighborhood and our local community. Please feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions.

~ News ~
LOST PET ALERT!
Posted on Apr 20th, 2018 Comments (0)
Some friends of Dennis and Ann Ross were cruising the neighborhood and said that the Ross' dog ran out their door this afternoon and they are still looking for it.  It is a Prince Charles Cavalier Spaniel named Lola, brown and black, no tags, very friendly, will probably come  to you if called. 
 
Thanks for any help you can give.
LAKEPOINT 3RD ANNUAL EASTER EGG HUNT - SATURDAY, MARCH 31 AT 1 PM
Posted on Mar 27th, 2018 Comments (0)
Beautiful weather, lots of candy-filled Easter eggs and a personal appearance of the Easter bunny are predicted for Lakepoint's Third Annual Easter Egg Hunt. The festivities start at 1 p.m. at Picnic point, the peninsula south of Autumn Chase. Bring your youngsters and their Easter baskets and have your picture taken with the Easter bunny. (You may want your kids to pose with the bunny, too!)
VANDALS BREAK INTO CROSS CREEK MAILBOXES
Posted on Dec 15th, 2017 Comments (0)

The Grinch seems to be out in full force this holiday season.  In the early morning hours of December 14 -- about 3 to 4 a.m. -- vandals broke into and damaged several mailboxes. One Cross Creek resident noticed that most mailboxes were open around 6 a.m, while on a walk. The Wichita Police Department was notified. 

You may want to avoid putting outgoing mail in your mailbox, especially at this time of year.  Also, check your porch frequently for delivered packages. The Grinch is pretty nervy!

 

 

 

DOGS MUST BE ON LEASH
Posted on Jul 11th, 2017 Comments (0)
For the safety of your dog, other dogs and Lakepoint residents, this is a reminder to please keep your dog on a leash.
The leash law is a provision in the code of the City of Wichita that prohibits certain domestic animals from roaming free. The leash law (City Code 6.04.040) states that “Any owner of any animal, other than cats, found running at large within the corporate limits of the city shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor.”
Section 6 of the code also defines “running at large” as “any animal that is not confined within a fenced enclosure or shelter or under the control of a person, either by lead, cord, rope, or chain.
Upon a first conviction, a fine of not less than $50 nor more than $1,000 shall be assessed.
Upon a second conviction a fine of not less than $100 nor more than $1,000 shall be assessed.
Upon a third or subsequent conviction, a fine of not less than $200 nor more than $1,000 shall be assessed and the owner must appear in Municipal Court.
Cat owners: If your cat goes outdoors, please bring it in overnight as a courtesy to your neighbors.
LAKEPOINT NON-RESIDENT FISHING POLICY
Posted on Apr 11th, 2017 Comments (0)
  • Lakepoint lakes are for resident fishing only.
  • If you have given your guest(s) permission to fish in Lakepoint, accompany them, if possible. If you are not able to accompany them, please give their name(s), your name, address and phone number to a board member at www.lakepointliving.com. Click on “Contact us” near the top center of the home page.
  • If you see someone fishing who you believe is not a resident, contact the Lakepoint Master Association at www.lakepointliving.com. Click on “Contact us” near the top center of the home page. A board member will then call Lakepoint’s security company.
SLOW DOWN THROUGH LAKEPOINT!
Posted on Apr 10th, 2017 Comments (0)


 
~ Community Police ~
For suspicious or non-emergency concerns, contact Officer Ron Sanders, our Community Police Officer for Beat 39 of the Wichita Police Department. Officer Sanders is best contacted by email at rsanders@wichita.gov. For emergencies, call 911.

~ Request Manager ~
PAINTING YOUR HOUSE? REPLACING YOUR ROOF OR INSTALLING A NEW FENCE? There are two ways to make an online request for architectural and landscape design changes to your Lakepoint property. You'll be able to track your request from start to finish. PLEASE NOTE: THIS FEATURE IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION AND IS NOT AVAILABLE YET. iF YOU HAVE A DESIGN COMMITTEE REQUEST AT THIS TIME, PLEASE CONTACT A BOARD MEMBER FOR YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD.
  1. Click on this Documents page link. Click on the link to your neighborhood name. Click on the link to the form you want. Complete the form and submit.  OR....
  2. Click on this Request Manager page link. Click on the "Submit new request" link at the top right of the page. Choose "Select your form" in a drop-down box. Choose the appropriate form for your neighborhood and your request. Complete and submit.

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~ Upcoming Events ~
Cross Creek 2018 Annual Meeting
Sunday, April 29th, 4:00 pm at the home of Gerri & Steve Thomas - 9423 Cross Creek
Cross Creek residents are encouraged to attend. Social hour to follow the meeting.
LAKEPOINT MASTER BOARD MEETING
Monday, May 14th, 7 P.M. at Collegiate High School library
Lakepoint residents are welcome to attend this monthly Lakepoint Master Board meeting. 
LAKEPOINT MASTER BOARD MEETING
Monday, June 11th, 7 P.M. at Collegiate High School library
Lakepoint residents are welcome to attend this monthly Lakepoint Master Board meeting. 
Country Walk board meeting
Sunday, June 24th, TBA at TBA
Country Walk residents are encouraged to attend. 

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~ Landscape Issues ~
Click here to contact the Lakepoint Master HOA Board if you see the following:
  • Water leaks
  • Landscape lighting malfunction
  • Poorly aimed or broken sprinklers
  • Downed tree limbs
  • Slow water flow on waterfall or Turtle Pond fountain
  • Significant plant distress
  • Significant landscape maintenance issues
  • Trash in street, on common areas: call 634-0590
Thanks for helping. These reports can expedite repairs and save your association unnecessary expenses, such as wasted water or burned-out pump motors.
 

 
     
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