Meet The Officers
Working to keep the neighborhood a fun and accepting place to live for everyone.
Formulate and grow a community organization that improves quality of life for Lindmoor Woods residents while preserving neighborhood identity and encouraging appropriate development projects for our community.
Serve as a liaison to governing bodies when supporting or opposing development that impacts our residents, neighborhood and community.
Provide organized vigilance towards zoning, improving the quality of our Dekalb County school system and informing, as well as educating, citizens of pertinent community issues.
Benefits of Joining
- The LWCA provides neighbors with a platform to discuss current issues and make joint decisions democratically.
- Members receive bi-monthly digital newsletters, periodic print newsletters regarding events and current issues.
- Members receive email alerts and reminders about deadlines, events and important meetings.
- Your membership represents your household. Each household gets one vote at meetings.
- Your membership provides financial support that allows the LWCA to provide events, services, and programs.
- Joining and attending meetings is the best way to meet your neighbors.
Connecting Neighbors with Social Events
The LWCA plans and hosts numerous social events every year. Here is a sample of ways we get our neighbors out and engaged. Volunteering for an event and attending are the best ways to meet your Lindmoor Woods family. Questions? Contact email@example.com.
- Jan-Feb: Special Topic Discussions
- March: Annual Meeting and Election of Officers
- May: “Dive into Summer” at the Lindmoor Woods Swim & Tennis Club
- June: LW Block Party
- July: Popsicles by the Pool
- August: National Night Out with DKPD
- September: Cul-de-sac Movie Night
- October: Halloween Potluck and Costume Parade
- November: Chilli Cook Off
- December: LWCA Holiday Party
Bi-Monthly Membership Meetings
The LWCA membership meets every other month at 3:30pm on the second Sunday of the month. Meetings are held in the dining room at The Mansions of Decatur. Periodic member socials are held at Pea Ridge restaurant following meetings.
Membership Meets in the following months:
Annual Meeting & Election of Officers
Our annual meeting and election of officers is considered a special meeting and does not fall in the bi-monthly meeting rotation. This meeting is held every March on the fourth Saturday at 4 pm.
LWCA Executive Officer’s Meetings
The Executive Board of the LWCA meets every month on the first Monday at 7:30 pm in the dining room of The Mansions of Decatur.
Print newsletters are distributed to the entire neighborhood three times a year. Updates and reminders are emailed to paid members and posted on the Lindmoor Woods NextDoor app and Facebook groups. Follow us on Facebook @lindmoorwoods
Beautification Committee – firstname.lastname@example.org
The Beautification committee works to maintain the neighborhood visually and to manage infrastructure. Neighborhood signage, planters, water drainage, road conditions, trash and refuse issues are all managed by this great group of folks.
**pictures of sings/planters/road work….I think Chuck posted some.
Social Committee – email@example.com
Our great social committee puts on fantastic events each year to help neighbors get out and get connected with each other. From neighbors hosting movie nights in their cul-de-sac to association-sponsored events and parties, there is always something to attend. Volunteers always needed!
Welcome Committee – firstname.lastname@example.org
Neighbor Mary Britting headed up our first welcome committee in 2018 with resounding success. The Welcome Committee monitors the neighborhood for new families and delivers a welcome basket of goodies and important information that helps our new families get settled. Donations accepted for baskets. We also hear the basket stuffing meetings are pretty fun!
Zoning & Development Committee – email@example.com
This committee monitors zoning and development that directly impacts our neighborhood and community while also serving as our government relations arm. Members suggest action items for neighborhood consideration on important issues. Z & D also serves as the organizing committee for group appearances at county meetings or hearings in support or opposition to pertinent issues. School district monitoring also falls to this committee.
Neighborhood Watch Program – firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lindmoor Woods Neighborhood Watch Program was created in 2011 by community members. Since that time the program has proven to be an effective tool in keeping crime to a minimum in our neighborhood. The program works best when members actively participate and connect with other neighbors. NHWP also plans the annual National Night Out event in August that brings DKPD into our neighborhood for positive community interaction. Volunteers always needed!