​Lakewood Forest Fund Inc.

Welcome to Lakewood Forest!                                         Click here for our New Resident Packet

On behalf of the Board of Trustees of the Lakewood Forest Fund, I would like to welcome you to the Lakewood Forest Community.  Lakewood Forest is a great place to live with a low crime rate, great schools and a community that really cares about its residents.  We hope that this website will provide you with some helpful information as you move into our award-winning community.   

The Lakewood Forest Fund is the homeowners' association for our community. It 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 business.  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 a Compliance Adminstrator 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 Directors page.

Our Trustees ask that you read and heed to your Deed Restrictions and Adopted Policies, maintain your property, and pay your yearly assessment fee when due. If you did not receive a copy of your deed restrictions at closing, you can download a copy for your section here. Please also read the Adopted Policies. 

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; please click on the architectural control tab for additional information.    

Some of the services paid for by Lakewood Forest Fund (through your annual assessment) are listed under the "services" tab on this website.  In addition, you may view the annual budget in the "Document Library" under "Financial Info" to further see the various expenses of the association.

Although not a part of the The Fund, Lakewood Forest is very fortunate to have active community involvement from Lakewood Forest Civic Association,

Lakewood Forest Garden Club, Lakewood Residents' Club, Lakewood Lightning Swim Team and Greater Houston Off Road Biking Association. 

- The Civic Association serves the neighborhood in numerous ways such as hosting the Fourth of July Parade, scholarship award program for graduating high school seniors, donations to local schools, publishing of Resident Directory and Newcomer Guide, curb number repainting, military care packages to our residents and family members serving overseas, maintaining wing wall lighting at subdivision entrances.  In addition, the Civic Association prepares the monthly newsletter which is mailed to each Lakewood resident on a monthly basis.  The Civic Association normally meets the 2nd Monday of every month at the Fund Office located at

12415 Louetta Road, Cypress TX 77429.  For additional information, contact Michael Lindauer, LFCA President at 281-257-1230. 

- Lakewood Garden Club has several planned outings throughout the year, is responsible for awarding "yard of the month", hosts an annual plant sale, selects seasonal flowers and provides consultation to "The Fund" on various landscape projects. 

- Lakewood Residents’ Club is a private swim and tennis club located at 15006 Lakewood Forest Drive.  Club amenities include a clubhouse, 50 meter swimming pool, four lighted tennis courts, sand volleyball court and children’s playground. Several membership plans are available.  For more information please see the LRC website www.lakewoodrc.org or contact LRC directly via email at lakewoodresidentsclub@gmail.com or via phone to 281-376-1893.

- Lakewood Lighting is a summer swim team that has an 8 week season from the first week of May until the last weekend in June each year.  The Lightning is for families with children aged 5-18 years, you must have a current membership level in the Lakewood Residents Club to participate. In the pool, Lightning coaches work on teaching correct stroke technique in all four strokes, swimming skills like dives and turns, and improving endurance. The coaches also emphasize teaching the value of sportsmanship and team spirit - all in a fun and friendly environment. Swimmers compete in swim meets against other teams in the Northwest Aquatic League each Saturday.

Summer league swimming is a "family" sport. Parents are an integral part of the success of the team as the Lakewood Lightning are a volunteer lead, and run, organization.

We would love for you to join the Lakewood Lightning family. To learn more, go to http://lwf.swimtopia.com or email swim@lakewoodlightning.com

-The Greater Houston Off Road Biking Association (GHORBA) manages and maintains about 10 miles of natural surface trails along Cypress Creek that are easily accessible to Lakewood Forest residents. These trails are shared by walkers, joggers, dog walkers, mountain bikers, and equestrians and flow from Grant Rd to 249. Look out for activities and tours at their website www.ghorba.org

The Fund Office utilizes NEXTDOOR.COM as a means to broadcast important information and community events.  For this reason, we encourage new residents to join NEXTDOOR.COM.  In addition, from our home page, click on "Upcoming Events", to see events sponsored by the Fund and the Civic Association.

Questions, comments, or complaints should be directed to the Fund Office; the office accepts visitors by appointment only so please contact me either via telephone at 281-370-8943 or via email to gm@lakewoodforestfund.com to set up an appointment.

With kind regards,

Heidi Flores, CMCA®, AMS®, PCAM®
General Manager​