Welcome to the Forest Lake Homeowners Association.
We've put our association online to provide you with a convenient source for current information. Here we can share ideas, get news and announcements, find important property and association documents, utilize the membership directory, and much more. All at the touch of your finger!
We hope this web site helps get you connected with the Forest Lake community. Lots of changes are planned for the future to make this a valuable amenity for the association. Start exploring by clicking on any of the topics.
Make sure you participate
If you are not a member, but are interested in becoming one, please click on "Join Today" and fill out the information. We will then get in touch with you. We cannot at this time allow payment on line. All information is kept confidential.
Please remember to visit often.
We hope that you will bookmark this site and check it often to find out what's new at Forest Lake. Welcome to our family.
View this section to read our current newsletters. Browse past newsletters and other annoucements.
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The members section is a secure section that requires a login. Only FLHOA Members in good standing will have access to documents in this section.
How to Join.Why should I join?.
Membership in the association indicates you are taking an active part in the community and helping to maintain and preserve our beautiful lake.
Oh yeah, it's that good. See for yourself.
Your association may be your best tool to protect the value of your home and the quality of your neighborhood. Community associations do any number of different things, such as setting and collecting the maintenance fees required and needed to run an association, maintaining landscaping or recreation centers, and providing for events or meeting places for neighborhood functions. One of the most important functions of an association is to enforce deed restrictions and protect the value of community assets –among those being your home.
So, what is the value of your homeowner association?Your Home!
If you consider the amount of assessments you are paying annually and compare that to any drop in value of your property, wouldn’t you agree that the value you are receiving for the payment you are making worth it?