Community Highlights

Welcome to the Neighborhood!
 
Your investment in a residence in the community of Lakeview Meadows confirms that you share the original vision of the developer, Holland Creek Developments Inc. That vision has culminated in Lakeview Meadows being widely regarded today as the premier development in the Columbia Valley. We hope you will value and enjoy the many amenities the community offers and will treat and respect them as your own.
 
Your Community Association
 
The Lakeview Meadows Community Association (or LMCA) was incorporated under the British Columbia Society Act to acquire ownership of and to manage the communitys facilities and natural areas. This responsibility was formally transferred to LMCA from the Developer as of January 1, 2006.
 
 
Membership in the community association is a privilege of property ownership in Lakeview Meadows, whether that property is a condominium, villa or single family residence. Membership is automatically transferred along with property ownership in Lakeview Meadows.
 
The Lakeview Meadows Community Association is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of property owners from the community. They are elected annually and provide their services on a volunteer basis. The involvement of community members is welcomed and encouraged, whether it be to join the Board, or to help organize and run community events.
 
 
Community Amenities
 
Assets owned by the Lakeview Meadows Community Association include:
 
·        Recreation Centre, furnishings and equipment
·        Recycling Centre
·        Maintenance Building and equipment
·        Playgrounds and Soccer Field
·        Tennis Court
·        Picnic Areas
·        Beach Area and improvements
·        Common Lands and all Trails within the community
 
LMCA manages the irrigation of common lands throughout the community and the contracting of the garbage bins.
 
The water and sewer systems in Lakeview Meadows are owned and operated by the Regional District of East Kootenay (RDEK). The roads within the community, except those servicing the strata developments, are the property and responsibility of the B.C. Ministry of Transportation and Highways.
 
The Cottages, Mountain Heights and Copperside strata corporations are responsible for the maintenance of their own roads and grounds, as well as the maintenance to the exterior of their buildings.
 
The LMCA Board has retained a Community Manager and an Assistant Community Manager to manage and maintain the assets of the community.