The Lake Villa Township Highway Department just announced they will be providing leaf vacuuming service this year! They will make rounds to vacuum leaves from the edge of Lake Villa Township roads (NOT along Lake County or State of IL roads for insurance reasons). There is no set schedule or pick up day, but they will continue making rounds as weather allows.
Piles of leaves must be no more than 3 feet from the pavement and should NOT include sticks, dog poop, garbage, or other non-leaf debris.
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2024 dues will be mailed in the 2nd half of November. Please watch the mail for a large manilla envelope. FLHPOA dues must be paid by Jan. 1, 2024.
We are looking for FLHPOA teens who would like to work in our parks and beach in 2024. If you were unable to attend the annual Beach Bash on August 5th, here's your chance to register. Registrations must be received by December 31, 2023.
Eligible teens will be selected for this service at our January 2024 Monthly Meeting, where the Unit Directors will randomly select 3 individuals to receive the scholarship. Good Luck!
2024 FLHPOA invoices will be mailed in November. Dues must be paid by January 1st. Please keep an eye out for yours!
- You can pay your account online at https://app.townsq.io/login
- You can also pay by mail. If doing so, please include your account number on your check and send to:
c/o Associa Chicagoland
PO Box 61955
Phoenix, AZ 85082-1955
If you have questions, please contact Associa at (847) 882-8207.
Now that most boats are out of the water, you will start seeing the water levels drop as the authorities prepare the lakes for winter. Some of you use this time on the lake to still fish, and that is fine. Just be careful trailering your boats in and out with lower-than-average water levels. Remember our new rule about having your boat in the harbor after the 1st week of November. See below for the excerpt from Harbor Rules & Regulations Section 22:
- Boats are strongly recommended to be pulled out of the Harbor by the 1st weekend in November when the water levels are dropped by the Army Corps of Engineers. (Failure to remove your boat by the recommended time may result in your boat getting stuck or unable to remove out of the water without heavy machinery. This extraction would have to be approved by the harbormaster and under the supervision of a harbormaster assistant to ensure our seawalls, piers, ramps, and grass areas are not affected in the process. If any extraction damage is done, the Harbor Member would be 100% responsible for the cost of repairs and may lose their right to register for a harbor slip the following year.)
Looking for general FAQs about our FLHPOA harbors? We have a page for that, too! Read them HERE.
Calling all volunteers!
We are always looking for help with events and with keeping our harbor, parks, and beaches clean. There are many ways you can help! Please fill out this Volunteer Form to share your contact information and ways in which you may be able to contribute.