Sunday, June 11, 2023 - Lakewood Residents' Club Grand Reopening Celebration!

Everyone is welcome! Pool, tennis courts, playground, sand volleyball court and fishing are open 1:00 - 8:00 pm 

The Motley Rockers will play classic rock and country from 4:00 - 7:00

Jay's Smoke House food truck will be serving delicious BBQ and Bundt Cake-a-holic will have desserts. Bounce house for the kiddos.

Check out our beautiful clubhouse where you can host a party or business meeting. Our upstairs office space is available for lease.

Lakewood Forest Shows Our Military Members Some Hometown Love

Military Service Members Get Care Packages from Home
Once again, Lakewood Forest has shown its generosity in taking care of our active-duty military members who are away from family and friends this holiday season. The Lakewood Forest Civic Association prepared “care” packages for six service members in the U.S. and abroad. Several residents were very generous in their donations of cash and items to fill the boxes.
Here are this year’s package recipients.
First Lieutenant Chris Harmon grew up on Laneview Drive and graduated from Cy Creek in 2017 and U of H in 2021.  He is currently serving in the Army medical corps in Washington state.  His parents are Jay and Monica Harmon. 
Airman First Class Collin Drew graduated in 2018 from Thompkins High School in Katy before moving to Lakewood Forest with parents Diana Sullivan and Glenn Sullivan. Collin attended Lonestar Community College obtaining his associate degree while working full time at Kroger on Grant and Louetta. Collin began his Air Force career on June 14, 2022 (Flag Day) and is now stationed in New Mexico. Aim High A1C Drew!
Staff Sergeant Russell Musthaler grew up in Lakewood Forest, attending Moore Elementary, Hamilton MS, and Cy-Creek HS. He joined the Air Force in 2017. Currently stationed at Nellis AFB in Nevada, he is preparing to spend the next year in South Korea. Russell is the son of Brian and Linda Musthaler.
Captain Kyle Harris is with the Air Force and now living in Philadelphia, PA. He is a pilot, flying refueling planes. His parents are Alicia Smith and Carl Thompson.
Army Specialist Jason Cook is currently serving in Germany. Now 24, he graduated from Tomball Memorial HS. He is the son of Jason and Angie Cook.

Senior Airman Lawson Mear has been in the Air Force since 2019.  He was most recently on deployment in Qatar, and is currently stationed at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, FL.  He graduated from Cy-Creek High School in 2017.

Godspeed to these fine young men who all volunteered to serve their country at great sacrifice to themselves and their families.

It's that time again to declutter and unearth hidden treasures! The semi-annual Lakewood Forest Community Garage Sale is just around the corner, and we invite you to join in on the excitement. People from all over northwest Houston love to come and shop at our neighborhood garage sales. They know Lakewood Forest always has a community sale, and they really look forward to it.
Here are the details you need to know:
Dates: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, April 5, 6 & 7.
You decide the days and hours for your personal sale on your property. As a resident, you're encouraged to contribute to the buzz by placing your own directional signs during the sale weekend. A vibrant "garage sale" sign with your address at major cross streets works wonders—just ensure they're secured with stones, not staked in esplanades, and never attached to stop signs.
To maximize your sale's visibility, experienced sellers recommend registering on this app:
The Lakewood Forest Civic Association (LFCA) will promote the community sale online and through banners and signs within the subdivision.
Remember, your responsibility doesn't end with the sale. Please promptly remove your signs and ensure a tidy cleanup at the conclusion of your sale. Let's work together to maintain the beauty of Lakewood Forest!

2024 Community Events Calendar

Community Wide Spring Garage Sale

March 24-26, 2023

Hold your own garage sale at your home during your preferred hours. The Civic Association will advertise the event to surrounding communities to attract shoppers. Please put out your own directional signage, but don't put stakes in the ground in common areas like esplanades. Use signs attached to boxes to prevent damage to underground sprinkler systems.

Get Ready for a Fun 4th Pool Party - July 4, 2023

The Lakewood Forest Civic Association is hosting a fun pool party for all subdivision residents. The swim party will be held July 4th at the Lakewood Residents’ Club pool at 15006 Lakewood Forest Drive. The event runs from noon-3 pm.
A special activity of the event is the Anything That Floats competition. Participants are asked to make and bring an original fun float. Prizes for the winners!

We’ll also have:

  • Hot dogs, chips and ice cream – an American tradition for 4th of July
  • Plenty of water and assorted drinks
  • Water games for the kids and young at heart

Gather your family and friends, build a float, and bring it for the competition. Come enjoy the pool, the refreshments, and the party atmosphere. Celebrate our nation’s Independence Day with your neighbors and friends.

And it’s all free for Lakewood Forest families!

Serving the Residents of Lakewood Forest - NW Houston, Cypress, Tomball

Lakewood Forest Communitywide Garage Sale - November 10, 11 and 12, 2023

Clean out the closets and bring out your stuff! It's time for the communitywide garage sale going on throughout the subdivision. You host your own sale on your property. The Civic Association will put out banners to advertise the event. We recommend you put out directional signs to let shoppers know where to find your sale.

2023 Community Events Calendar

National Night Out - Friday, October 6, 2023

Lakewood Forest Spring Eggstravaganza – Sunday, March 26

Cancelled due to threat of severe weather

​Lakewood Forest filled plastic egg GIVEAWAY – just in time for Easter

Breakfast with Santa - Saturday, December 2, 9 AM to 11 AM
Lakewood Forest Residents’ Club - 15006 Lakewood Forest Drive
Keep your eyes open on the morning of December 2nd as Santa Claus cruises through the neighborhood on his way to the Lakewood Residents’ Club to meet with the youngsters of Lakewood Forest. Check the maps below to see his route through our neighborhood streets.

Drop in any time between 9 AM and 11 AM at the LRC for our annual Breakfast with Santa event. We’ll be serving a light buffet of breakfast treats, juices, milk and coffee. There will be easy holiday crafts for the youngsters to create. They can write a letter to Santa and mail it directly to him in our special North Pole mailbox. We’ll have face painters onsite to give our youngsters a cheery face. And of course, every child gets a personal visit with Santa Claus and a goody bag to take home. Parents can take plenty of photos with their child and Santa together as a lifetime keepsake.

This event is hosted by the Lakewood Forest Civic Association and sponsored by the Lakewood Forest Fund (HOA) and Ezee Fiber. All residents of Lakewood Forest are welcome to attend. You do not have to be a member of the LRC to participate. 

Join Us for a Night of Community and Connection at National Night Out!
Lakewood Forest residents, save the date for October 6th, 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, as Russ Poppe Park transforms into the hub of one of our community's most exciting events: National Night Out.
This family-friendly gathering is your opportunity to mingle with our local first responders, including police officers, ambulance crews, and firefighters. Discover their world up close as they showcase their vehicles and demonstrate their incredible skills.
For the kids, there's an fun inflatable obstacle course to enjoy while the DJ keeps the energy high with groovy beats. We've got refreshing beverages and delicious hot dogs to keep you fueled throughout the evening. A special thanks to our local sponsors for their continued donations to this special event.
This exclusive event is all about strengthening our community bonds and creating lasting connections with our local heroes. Whether you're a long-time resident or a new neighbor, National Night Out is your chance to come together, celebrate, and reinforce the unique spirit of Lakewood Forest. We can't wait to see you at Russ Poppe Park on the evening of October 6!

HAM Radio Training

The Cypress Creek Community Emergency Response Team will be hosting a one-night course in HAM Radio entitled “Getting More Out of Your Radio.”

The class will also be going over MS 150 programming for that event on April 29-30. The class is from 6-9 pm on Wednesday April 19, 2023, at the Lakewood Forest Fund Office, 12415 Louetta Road.

If you have any questions or would like to sign up, please contact Scott Johnson at

Watch for more details coming soon!

Everyone is invited to the Lakewood Residents’ Club Open House
Sunday, April 2 from 2 pm to 5 pm
15006 Lakewood Forest Drive, Houston, TX 77070

The LRC is a private club located in the heart of Lakewood Forest that offers its membership a wonderful place to swim, play tennis, socialize with friends, and more. Our members live in Lakewood Forest and the surrounding neighborhoods.

The pool, tennis courts, sand volleyball court, playground and fishing in the lake will be open to all our neighbors in Lakewood Forest and beyond. Snacks, drinks and a bounce house will be provided. Information on all LRC activities will be available. Representatives from Lakewood Lightning swim
team and our club tennis liaison will be present to answer questions about swim team and tennis leagues.

We invite you to stop by and see all our great amenities and learn more about everything the Lakewood Residents' Club has to offer your family.

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Free CERT Training

The Cypress Creek Community Emergency Response Team is offering training classes this spring for anyone interested in protecting our neighborhoods in the event of an emergency like a hurricane.

This 8-week course will be held Thursday nights May 11- June 29 at Cypress Creek Fire Department, Station 14, 12073 Perry Road from 6-9 pm. The course will train you in first aid, fire suppression, search and rescue, patient transport, even counter terrorism! Our group is also active in HAM Radio operations, but that is a separate course. Classes are open to anyone age 18 and older.

Several current CERT group members will be taking the class to refresh their skills so you will have experienced hands to help you going through the classes. If interested, please contact Scott Johnson at, 281-257-2978.