About the Security of the Lakes of Indianwood Subdivision Association Web Site
Keeping our residents' personal information private is important to us. While no Web site can be made 100% secure, we have taken steps to make it difficult for non-residents to access parts of our Web site. These steps should also keep telemarketers, direct mail marketers, and email spammers from getting easy access to your information.
The following areas, also shown in the tabs above as the "Residents' Area," require a username and password in order to access them:
- About Secure Site
- Resource Center
- Board of Directors
When you click on a link to a Protected Area, you will be asked for a username and password. Once you are logged in, you will not be asked for it again during the session if you continue to browse actively through the site.
Other parts of this Web site do not require a username or password, and are open to the general public. These areas include:
- About Lakes of Indianwood
- Directions to the Lakes of Indianwood
- Neighborhood map (street map)
- Oxford Information
- Lake Orion Information
- Oakland County Information
Accessing this site from a public computer
If you browse a Protected Area of the site and you are idle or stop browsing for several minutes, you will be prompted for your password again. This helps prevent someone who uses the computer after you do from accessing the Protected Areas of the Lakes of Indianwood Web site.
However, we would still ask you to refrain from browsing the Protected Areas of the LOIHOA.com site from a computer in a public library, Internet Cafe or other public area. It's very easy for a hacker to place a program on such a computer to intercept your username and password.
Also, some Web browsers will automatically save your name and password so you don't have to retype them. While this can be a convenient feature, on a public computer that would give everyone access to the Protected Areas of the site.
Lakes of Indianwood Homeowner Directory
Protecting our Wildlife
NO HAZ Information
Lakes of Indianwood Association Files
- Articles, Bylaws, Amendments and Declarations
- Lakes of Indianwood Subdivision Plats (for reference only - large file)
Complaint Filed in the Circuit Court for the County of Oakland
- Complaint filed in the Circuit Court for the County of Oakland
- Circuit Court for the County of Oakland, Opinion and Order
- Appellants' Stipulation For Voluntary Dismissal of Pending Claim of Appeal
Information About Our Lakes
Information About Phragmites
- How to Treat
- Orion Township Environmental Resources Committee / contact: George Hanley
- Information about Gypsy Moths
Association Tree Liability Issues
Information About Our Roads
Announcements and LOI News
The Social Committee Newsletter was started in 2004. Then the Board Report Newsletter was launched in 2005 to provide LOI residents with information about the activities and decisions of your Subdivision Association directors, and also news relevant to the neighborhood. Back issues are available by clicking on the links below:
- Summer 2015
- Fall 2014
- Spring 2014
- Spring 2013
- Fall 2012
- Spring 2012
- Fall 2011
- Spring 2011
- Winter 2010
- Fall 2009
- Spring 2008
- Fall 2006
- Fall 2005
- Summer 2005
- Spring 2005
- "A Short History of Traffic Control"(May 2005)
- November 2004
- September 2004
- February 2004
Welcome New Residents
The Lakes of Indianwood Board of Directors would like to welcome our new residents. As new residents, you should have received a Homeowner Information Sheet to fill out. The purpose of the form is for you to provide us with your contact information which is used to communicate important news and announcements about the subdvision to our residents. Please return the completed form to us by mailing it to the address on the form or emailing it to [email protected]. The Board sends out several emails throughout the year when necessary to notify residents of important events and activities.
Also, please note that any tree removals, architectual or landscape changes require Board approval as specified in our deed restrictions. Feel free to contact the Board at any time with questions.Homeowner Information Sheet
Nature Preserve Areas
Thanks to the residents that help take care of our Nature Preserve Areas by picking up debris. Please report any problems to the Board through email at [email protected].
Residents will be notified of events through E-Blasts.
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