Lakewood Forest

Houston - Cypress - Tomball

About Lakewood Forest Fund

The Lakewood Forest Fund is the homeowners' association for our community and is usually referred to as “The Fund.” The Fund is self-managed, which means that we do not pay a management company to handle our operations.  And, with 2,616 homes in Lakewood Forest, we are one of the largest self-managed associations in Texas. Seven volunteer Trustees, a General Manager, and two part-time administrative personnel manage the affairs of the Fund. Trustees serve without compensation and are elected for two-year terms. The Lakewood Forest homeowners who currently serve as Trustees can be found on the Board of Trustees page.

We ask that you read and abide by your Deed Restrictions and Adopted Policies, maintain your property, and pay your yearly assessment fee when due. Lakewood Forest is a deed-restricted community and these legally binding documents are very important to you. All exterior improvements require approval from the Lakewood Forest ACC Committee; click here for more information.    

Some of the services paid for by Lakewood Forest Fund (through your annual assessment) are listed under Services. In addition, you may view the annual budget here. Although not a part of the The Fund, Lakewood Forest is very fortunate to have active community involvement from the following organizations:

Lakewood Forest Civic Association 
Lakewood Garden Club
Lakewood Residents’ Club
Lakewood Lighting Swim Team
Greater Houston Off Road Biking Association (GHORBA)
The Fund Office often uses email distribution or text messaging as a means to broadcast important information and community events.   We also send out a monthly electronic newsletter. In order to receive the newsletter and any other electronic communication from the Fund, residents must activate their Homeowner Portal. You will also be able to pay your annual assessments through the portal.

Questions, comments, or complaints should be directed to the Fund Office.

  • Trash and Recycling collection
  • Mosquito Spraying
  • Common Area Maintenance/Landscaping
  • Constable Patrols
  • Deed Restriction Enforcement
  • Community Events
  • Street Lights