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Welcome to Lakewood Valley HOA
Welcome to the official website for Lakewood Valley Homeowners Association which is the master association located in Aurora,IL., a 194 acre community with 4 separate associations, 5 ponds and expansive walking paths.  Our community offers recreation amenities for our residents enjoyment that includes, a clubhouse, swimming pool, tennis courts, sand volleyball court, tot lot, Fox Valley Park District park site and a large BBQ picnic area. Our website will give our local community insight to our subdivision, as well as, serving as a resident's community and association resource for information & communication.
New Property Management for HOA
Posted on Sep 29th, 2015
Effective October 1, 2015, the Lakewood Valley HOA will now be managed by Property Management Techniques (known as PMT, Inc).  Their address is  2560 Foxfield Road # 180, St Charles, IL 60174
Ph: (630) 584-0209. We ask for your patience during the transition to new management.
Parking in Culdesacs
Posted on Sep 26th, 2015
From the City of Aurora Alderman.  As a reminder to area residents and their guests, parking on a cul-de-sac circle curblines is a violation of City Ordinance, where it limits the roadway to less than 18 feet.  It is also a violation to park perpendicular to any curb unless there is a lined parking space or within 5 feet of any driveway. Violators shall be ticketed.  Parking illegally in culdesacs presents safety issues in preventing access by emergency response which several reported incidents recently has brought the problem to the forefront. 
Please continue to park your vehicles in your provided garages, driveways, and on through streets where it is legal and NOT around the culdesac island curblines.    
Aurora Police Community Relations
Posted on May 22nd, 2015
Officer Marcin Lemanski #376 is our Area 3 Community Orientated Policing Officer. His responsibility is to build the relationships with communities and establish a good line of communication as well as address on going concerns that need more attention or long term resolving; whether it be between neighbors, issues with criminal activity within a community (trends of crimes/problem solving), or implementing community features. He is our Officer for those needs.  For his contact info, click below for more info.
Aurora Ward 9 Alderman Updates
Posted on May 22nd, 2015
Be sure to sign up for the Ward 9 Alderman email update newsletter with the latest news of our area, Aurora and issues affecting our area.  Email: to sign up and also if you have any issues to report or questions pertaining to City of Aurora.
Oswego East H.S. High Rankings
Posted on Feb 6th, 2015
School District 308 and Oswego East High School (OEHS) received high marks for an education in Illinois and the Chicagoland area, according to the 2015 Niche rankings. District 308 ranked 41st for school districts in the Chicago metro area and 52nd out of Illinois’ 868 districts. OEHS ranked 82nd for high schools in the Chicago area and 97th statewide. This places both in elite company in the top 100 in the state.  To read more, click here
Oswego 308 Wolfs Crossing Elementary Named to Illinois Honor Roll for Excellence!
Posted on Feb 11th, 2013
On 1/30/13, four District 308 elementary schools were recently honored by the Illinois State Board of Education as Academic Excellence Award winners due to their exceptional performance on the Illinois Standards Achievement Test (ISAT) over the last three years. District 308 schools attaining this honor were Homestead Elementary in Aurora, Prairie Point Elementary in Oswego, The Wheatlands Elementary in Aurora and Wolf’s Crossing Elementary in Aurora. This is the fifth consecutive year The Wheatlands Elementary has received this honor, the fourth year for both Homestead and Prairie Point Elementary Schools, and the third year for Wolf’s Crossing.
Watch for Coyotes in Aurora
Posted on Mar 14th, 2012
 Aurora Animal Control officials are asking residents to take several precautions to prevent encounters with these animals.
Posted on Jan 5th, 2012
Effective January 1, 2012.
As of January 1, 2012, State law dictates that Illinois residents must now recycle their unwanted electronics items and NOT place in their trash.

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Asphalt Sealcoating and Repairs
Property Maintenance: Asphalt Sealcoating is necessary to prolong the life of a asphalt driveway and prevent deterioration and breakdown of the asphalt from sun, water/ice, expansion/contraction wea/tear causing cracking and surface wear to expose the rock aggregate etc. A life of a properly installed asphalt driveway has a life expectency of 20 yrs before replacement. Asphalt Industry Experts recommend proper maintenance of a asphalt driveway is sealcoating every 2 to 4 years, depending on the start of oxidation/graying which is a sign of deterioration of the asphalt. Typically these companies provide crack repair up to a certain size and use commercial quality products and application. 
For more info and benefits of seal coating and contractors Click Here
Disclaimer: The Lakewood Valley HOA does not endorse any company we post on this website, so owners should do their due diligence when getting quotes. We are providing a list as a convenience in starting a search for contractors and seeking quotes and we recommend a owner to seek 3 to 5 quotes from their research. 

Asphalt Driveway Replacement
The Lakewood Valley driveways are showing their age & wear, and depending how well owners have maintained them by sealcoating them every 2-4 years. Driveways average life is 20-25 yrs. City of Aurora will reimburse up to 50% of cost of the drive approach (apron/parkway area), and/or concrete gutter. Curb cuts are a option and also Aurora will do a 50/50.   A permit is required for driveways. Info is included in paperwork. It can save you up to $400 depending on cost of install and what is replaced.  This program also applies to the sidewalk between your driveway (4 squares) is a 50/50 as well.
"Driveway Assistance Program (DAP)"
This Program allows Property Owners to request PARTIAL REIMBURSEMENT for the cost to replace an existing driveway approach, sidewalk and curb & gutter that are badly deteriorated, broken and/or hazardous as determined by the Engineering Division. The City of Aurora may require the replacement of the curb & gutter (or a “curb cut”) and/or sidewalk when the drive approach is being replaced. Partial Reimbursements will only be considered for projects that have been approved by the Engineering Division prior to the start of work. An application signed by the City Engineer or designee showing a prequalification inspection has been completed will be required for participation in this program.