Welcome to the website for the Lochmeade Homeowners Association in Atoka, Tennessee. Our goal is to share information about our community.
We are a welcoming community that takes pride in our homes and being good neighbors.
This website will help you decide if Lochmeade will be your home, too! Browse the website, view our photo gallery, drop us a note, or just drive through Lochmeade and see it for yourself. We think you will like Lochmeade as much as we do.
Thursday night several HOA board members met with Paul Frazier, the new developer of the old Lochmeade Phase III, and we discussed the possibility of joining his development with Lochmeade. We discussed dues (he was surprised how low our HOA fees were) and architectural control.
Paul says he is busy in the planning and development stage of the property and thinks it premature to discuss joining Lochmeade at this time. He did say it remains a possibility that he will consider. He does plan to have larger, nicer homes built in the development but has yet to write the Architectural Guidelines. We gave Paul a copy of the Lochmeade Architectural Guidelines with the suggestion he might start there.
For your information, Paul was told by the city planning commission that Johnsborough must connect to the Walker Lake subdivision. If Paul does ask to join Lochmeade, the HOA will have to vote on it. We’ll update you as information/changes become available.
The Lochmeade community wishes all students, teachers, and staff an exciting new school year filled with learning and fun activities. This time of year always brings new changes in the lives of so many children and parents.
As you travel the streets of Lochmeade, please remember that our speed limit is 20 mph throughout the entire subdivision. Please use caution while driving and be on the lookout for children that may be in the street when catching their bus or after school while playing.
Thank you is not enough for all the members of our armed forces who have given their lives in service to America, the greatest country in the world. Without the men and women giving their service and lives for our freedoms, citizens wouldn’t be able to live life in such a fulfilling way. We should all take a moment today to be thankful for the men and women of our military, who have given the ultimate sacrifice…their lives.
The Lochmeade HOA is currently attempting to find a better, more visible manner to identify residents and their guests who are permitted to fish on the HOA lake. Inserting the Lochmeade HOA Fishing badge in an arm band like the one below was a suggestion made at the HOA meeting on April 4th. The arm band comes in several bright colors that are visible from a distance. The cost is $5.00 each.
Lochmeade HOA members who have registered on this website may vote their preference by clicking on “Yes” or “No” below and then clicking on the “Vote” button. You may only vote once.
Are you in favor of using this armband to display Lochmeade HOA Fishing badges?
(You will be receiving a letter in the U.S. Mail announcing this, too!)
Greetings fellow Lochmeade homeowners,
The first Tuesday in April is approaching which means it’s time for our annual Homeowners’ Association (HOA) meeting. This meeting will be held April 4th at 6:00 pm at the Patriot Bank in Barretville, the same locale as last year. It is very important to try and attend the meeting, or at least send a proxy note with someone that does attend, so that we can have a quorum. Remember, no member may cast more than one vote by proxy in addition to their own vote. Without at least 51% of the homes represented, we cannot conduct any business such as electing board members. Continue reading →