Archive for January, 2020

Blockage of Southern Bayway

by on Jan.25, 2020, under Association News

Update: the vessel will be moved 1/27, Monday evening

ExxonMobil is moving a large vessel into their facility that will block the southern part of Bayway near Crow Road (in between the Nature Center and Bay Villa). Weather permitting, the plan is to move the vessel the evening/night of either January 28 (Tuesday) or January 29 (Wednesday). We will post updates as the schedule firms up.

Leave a Comment more...

January 2020 Lakewood Yard of the Month

by on Jan.10, 2020, under Garden Club News

The Lakewood Yard of the Month for January 2020 was awarded to 406 S. Burnett. The proud homeowner is Terry Cantrell.

Leave a Comment more...

Lakewood Crime Reports for November and December 2019

by on Jan.08, 2020, under Neighborhood Watch

Click on these links to view the November and December 2019 Crime Reports provided by our neighborhood liaison Officer Hockless. –> November 2019 and December 2019

There was a significant increase in both home and vehicle burglaries around the holidays. Let’s start off 2020 with improved security by making sure to lock the doors of your home and your vehicles and setting your home alarm system if you have one. Most of our crime issues can be cured by securing your home and cars.

If you see something suspicious call the Police Dept. (281) 422-8371 and report what you see.  Provide as many details as you can, i.e., color, make and model of a vehicle.  Give physical details of the individual in question, hair color, what they are wearing, etc.  These observations will help the officer replying to the call. 

Leave a Comment more...

Lakewood Civic Association Board Recruitment

by on Jan.02, 2020, under Association News

It’s time again to recruit volunteers for the Lakewood Civic Association Board of Directors. The Lakewood Civic Association (LCA) began in the 1940s to maintain Lakewood as a wonderful place to live. The LCA is a voluntary organization comprised of Lakewood residents, both homeowners and tenants, with 8 board members. Each year four Board positions come up for election. You may ask, “What is it like to be part of the Board of Directors?” Although the purpose of the LCA is to solve community problems of common interest to the residents and property owners of the Lakewood subdivision, it is so much more than just enforcing deed restrictions. Some activities this past year include sponsoring community garage sales, hosting a Summer Kickoff party at the Lakewood Pool, upgrading security and fencing at the Lakewood Boat Ramp, and providing financial assistance to the Lakewood Pool, upkeep of the Boat Ramp and maintenance of the Lakewood Sign. Many people volunteer with LCA activities and the more volunteers the LCA has, the more that can be done.

The LCA Board typically meets once a month so it’s a small investment of time with a potential for big community impact. If you are interested in running for the LCA Board please send in your name, address and phone number by using the ‘Contacts’ tab on this site. You can also turn in a request to run for the LCA Board through the LCA Facebook site ( or PM Randee King through the LCA NextDoor Lakewood site (–baytown–tx/). Nominations will be open until February 29th.


Leave a Comment more...

Looking for something?

Use the form below to search the site:

Still not finding what you're looking for? Contact us so we can take care of it!