​Lakewood Forest Fund Inc.

​​Lakewood Forest Civic Association, Inc.
13121 Louetta Road, PMB #1025, ​Cypress, TX 77429

​The Civic Association serves the neighborhood by providing events, activities and services that bring the residents together and make Lakewood Forest a better place to live. Homeowners support the Civic Association through a voluntary $10 donation paid through the annual Lakewood Forest Fund remittance. The board members and other volunteers use those funds judiciously for the betterment of the residents and the neighborhood as a whole. Every year, the Civic Association organizes and co-hosts numerous community events with the Lakewood Forest Fund (the HOA) as well as with the Lakewood Residents’ Club on occasion.  

The all-volunteer Civic Association board meets monthly, generally on the second Monday of the month, at 7 PM at the Lakewood Forest Fund office on the corner of Louetta Road and Malcolmson Road. The annual meeting and election of board officers takes place in October at the Lakewood Residents’ Club on Lakewood Forest Drive. All residents are welcome and encouraged to attend and participate as volunteers in our events and activities.

Your Civic Association Works for You
Your civic association is a busy group of volunteers planning lots of activities that help make Lakewood Forest a great place to live. Here are some of the things we do:
July 4th Patriotic Parade – Though we got rained out this year, the civic association has organized and hosted this annual parade for many years in conjunction with the Lakewood Forest Fund (HOA) and the Lakewood Residents Club.
National Night Out – Join us at the Lakewood Residents Club each October to meet your neighbors, visit our information booths, and meet the first responders who serve our subdivision.
School Donation Programs – We make monetary donations to schools serving Lakewood Forest.
Scholarships – We award monetary scholarships to high school students who are pursuing higher education opportunities. Click HERE for this year's application.​
We also support the projects of candidates for the Boy Scout Eagle Scout Award and the Girl Scout Gold Award, as well as the Summer Day Camp Program for children living in Lakewood Forest.
Residents' Directory – We collect information for and publish a directory of the households in Lakewood Forest every two years.
Welcome Guide – The association produces a Welcome Guide for new people who move into Lakewood Forest.
Military Care Packages – We send care packages to our residents who are away from home serving their country.
Curb Painting – We coordinate the painting of house numbers on the curbs throughout the subdivision.
Subdivision Garage Sale – The association helps organize and advertise a subdivision-wide garage sale twice a year. The next one is coming up in November.