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Clubhouse Pool

Pool SEASON 2024

Saturday, May 25, 2024, to Monday, September 2, 2024


11:00 AM to 7:00 PM


May 28 to May 31: 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM

August 12 to 16: 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM

August 19 to 23: 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM

August 26 to August 30: 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM


Residents who received a digital or physical fob in 2023 will not be required to complete a new pool application. Digital and physical fobs will reactivate on Saturday, May 25th, 2024. Log into the Avigilon Alta Open (formerly Openpath) app. If you had set up your digital fob on an older device, the system will prompt you to "Resend Setup Email."



For Memorial Day Weekend access, any past due balance must be paid in full by Monday, May 20th, for fob reactivation. Account payments received after this date will not have their fobs reactivated until Tuesday, May 28th.



Residents who were not issued a digital or physical fob in 2023 must complete a pool application. Homeowners may also complete a DIGITAL APPLICATION for faster processing. 



Please remove any inflatable or temporary pools by 10/1/24.



All guests must be signed in here. Each household may have a maximum of 4 guests per day, due to allowable pool capacity and pool staff’s discretion. All residents and their guests must obey the pool staff’s instructions. Guests of residents may use the pool only when accompanied by a resident owner.

Owner Application

Homeowners must complete an OWNER Pool Application and return it to the HOA to be issued a pool fob.

Pool Rules

All residents and their guests must abide by the Lakewood Prairie HOA Pool Rules.

Tenant Application

Tenants must complete a TENANT Pool Application, have a current Absentee Owner Statement (AOS) form on file and a copy of the lease to be issued a pool fob.

 Absentee Owner Statement (AOS)

If an owner wishes to transfer their pool rights over to their tenant, the owner must complete the AOS form and submit it along with the lease to the HOA.

  • Trash Cans
    All rubbish, trash, and garbage shall be stored in the unit’s garage. Legal Opinion on Garbage Can Rule
  • Mold
    Is your house looking a little green lately? Mold Armor E-Z House Wash will have it looking new again! Cleans exterior surfaces with no scrubbing. Simply spray on, wait 10 minutes and rinse off - it's that easy! Reaches the 2nd story and hard-to-get to areas like under the gutter.
  • Grass
    Grass or weeds can’t exceed 8 inches on any parcel of land or lot in the City of Joliet. To report violations please contact the City’s Information Desk at 815-724-4000 or lodge an online Service Request.
  • Pets
    Please clean up after your pets in the common areas. Dogs should be in your yard or leashed at all times.
  • City of Joliet Electronics Recycling Program
    Joliet residents who pay for municipal waste on their water and sewer bills will are able to call and have electronics picked up from their homes free of charge. To schedule a pickup, either call 1-800-449-7587, email or go to the website
  • Request Street Light Maintenance
    To report street light problem(s) contact ComEd here.
  • Parkway Tree Trimming
    Residents may request a tree(s) to be trimmed or removed here. Due to the number of trees in the City it may take several months for any action to be taken. Residents who wish to trim a parkway tree on their own shall request a permit from the city. All work shall be done by a certified contractor.
  • Wind-Damaged Vinyl Siding
    Strong winds, flying debris, and wind-driven hail cause the most damage to the exterior of your home. Some types of damage warrant immediate attention. If your siding is broken, missing or has holes in it, it is no longer protecting your home from the elements and you need to get it inspected and replaced by a reliable contractor as quickly as possible.
  • Curbs
    Since it doesn’t serve as a focal point of your yard, keeping the curb neat and tidy can be easy to overlook. But the point behind cleaning up your curb is so that it won’t be noticed and draw your eye away from the rest of the landscaping. It’s one of those small details that has a surprising effect on the big picture of the curb appeal of your home.
  • Blacktop Driveway Sealing
    The sealing application is specifically formulated to shield against the harmful elements that lead to surface deterioration. Extend the life of your asphalt pavement and restore that like-new look at reasonable cost.
  • Ponds
    Treatment of the water in the ponds is ongoing. The dye treatment of the pond has begun. This will help in blocking the sun's rays from getting to the bottom of the pond and thus help reduce the algae growth. The prairie grasses continue to be treated. Weeds are being removed and treated and healthy seeds have been installed. Homeowners are NOT allowed to mow past their property line onto HOA property. Homeowners living on the pond should reference their plat of survey if they are unaware of the lot line. Most lots can easily be determined by the utility boxes which are placed at the rear lot line.
  • Outdoor Storage Containers
    Storage sheds can be purchased at multiple retailers or you can build your own. Suncast offers a storage shed.


Have questions? Contact us here.



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