Lakeshore Condominium Unit Owners Association

Lakeshore Condominium Unit Owners Association

Lakeshore Condominium is located in Ashburn, VA next to the Ashburn Village Community Sports Pavilion and is comprised of 246 condos in 16 Buildings.

Lakeshore Condominium is beautifully located in Ashburn, VA next to the Ashburn Village Community Sports Pavilion. Lakeshore is conveniently located in walking distance from the Ashburn Village Shopping Center. Lakeshore Condominium is comprised of 246 condominiums in 16 Buildings. Homeowners enjoy the use of the area pools and the Pavilion. Floor plan options are three-bedroom, two-bedroom and one-bedroom condominiums. Lakeshore Condominium is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of homeowners.

We NEED YOU! Did you know that there are 3 open seats on the Board? If you are interested in serving, please reach out. You should have received your proxy which has a form to fill out to put your name in the ring. Let us know if you haven't received it.

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[09/17/18]   Your Condo Insurance Policy – It's Not Just About Price – It's Also About Protection

On July 24th, 2018, a condominium community in Sentry’s Maryland Division suffered a catastrophic loss from a tornado. The tornado clocked in with winds in excess of 100 mph causing significant damage to all 86 condominium units. Each unit sustained various levels of damage. Out of the 86 units, 17 of them were deemed uninhabitable and those owners had to seek alternative living arrangements. Sadly, many of the affected owners would be displaced for over a year.

Several owners quickly found out that they were under-insured for Additional Living Expenses, otherwise known as “ALE.” ALE includes coverage ranging from loss of use of your home or property to laundry service and food expenses. While some insurance carriers have a significant endorsement (policy limit) of ALE in their standard policy, others do not. That’s why we stress the importance of reviewing your policy annually with your agent. Sentry Management recommends that you work with a local agent or broker who knows the area to discuss all aspects of your policy.

Most people simply look at the price of their policy and not the protections, or lack thereof. Having the additional coverages are worth the minimal increase in premium when you consider the potential losses. Not having those coverages could result in having to continue paying a mortgage on the damaged home along with monthly rent for your temporary housing.

Condominium Unit Owners Insurance is directly affected by the association's bylaws. Owners should ask their insurance agent to review the insurance section of the association bylaws to identify any gaps in coverage on their personal condo insurance policy. For example, some associations spell out that the association's Master Condo Insurance policy ends “at the studs of the unit.” This means that you must have coverage in your policy to rebuild the entire unit, including floors, drywall, fixtures, cabinets, etc. Other association’s bylaws specify that the Master Condo Insurance policy covers the finished unit, which includes the original materials but NOT upgrades inside the unit. In either case, having an insurance expert review those provisions will result in a much more comprehensive policy for the owner.

Following are questions your condo owners should be asking their insurance agent:

What is my ALE endorsement limit?
Does my policy cover loss of use?
Is ALE and “loss of use” the same thing in my policy?
Do you recommend that I increase my endorsement in the event that I am displaced for a year or more?
In the event that I rent my unit, does my policy cover loss of rent?

Does ALE apply to single family homeowners in addition to condo owners? Absolutely! Homeowners can use these same questions when completing the annual insurance review with their agent.

This update is for informational purposes only. Contact your attorney or insurance agent to obtain legal advice with respect to any particular issue or problem.

***This article was provided by Sentry Management. The Board thought this was worth sharing with the community.

Sheriff's Safety Tips for Summer - Please Lock Your Doors!

With summer approaching, the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office is once again reminding residents to lock your doors. These types of crimes increase dramatically over the summer months. Numerous high dollar items have been stolen throughout the county from unlocked vehicles. Many residents also have garage access from these cars, allowing access to garages and even inside the home. Be safe and lock your car(s) and home. Also, if you park your car on the street or in the driveway, be sure to hid or remove high dollar items, such as IPods, GPS units and cell phones, out of sight. Visible items incentivize thieves to break into cars. Should you be a victim of one of these crimes, please do report it to the Sheriff's Office at 703-777-1021.


We are asking Lakeshore residents to participate in this program by signing up for [email protected] group email.

We are looking for you the eyes and ears of our community, whether a dog walker, window sitters, and joggers. Your level of participation is up to you.

Lakeshore Roof Replacement Schedule

Install Dates (Weather Permitting)
Building 1 4-6 June
Building 2 7-8 June
Building 4 11-12 June
Building 7 13-15 June
Building 10 18-20 June
Building 11 21-22 June
Building 15 25-26 June
Building 16 27-29 June
Clubhouse 30-June


Unfortunately, there's been an uptick in a variety of crimes in Ashburn Village. As a result, Ashburn Village and the Sheriff's Office have coordinated a Neighborhood Watch Program.

We are asking Lakeshore residents to participate in this program by signing up for [email protected] group email.

We are looking for you the eyes and ears of our community, whether a dog walker, window sitters, and joggers. Your level of participation is up to you.

Our goals of the program:
• To reduce the level of fear of crime in our neighborhoods.
• To encourage citizens to accept the responsibility to improve community living conditions and reduce crime in our community.
• To be familiar with neighbors and activities on the Lakeshore Property.
• To recognize and report suspicious activity to the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office.
• To increase community security.
• To communicate with neighbors on a regular basis using block maps, newsletters, gatherings, etc.

If you’re interested in signing up, please email [email protected] or leave a message at the Lakeshore Clubhouse at 703-723-7960.

Please remember if you SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING!! The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office non-emergency number is 703-777-0407.

We will be starting a major roof repair and replacement project on the Lakeshore buildings this month. If you own a satellite dish on any Lakeshore roof, you must contact:

Lakeshore Site Manager, Dave Camp
(540) 751-1888 ext. 56609
[email protected]

If you do not contact the site manager your satellite dish will be removed in accordance with Policy Resolution #6-Guidelines for Satellite Dishes.

Lakeshore Roof Repairs and Replacements

The March Windstorm did a lot of damage to Lakeshore roofs. All of roofs suffered damage, but several will require a total replacement. After completing a drone roof survey and meeting with C2 construction and our Nationwide Adjuster, the following building have been targeted for a total roof placement:
Building 1 (44082, 44084, 44086 Natalie Terrace)
Building 2 (44090, 44092 Natalie Terrace)
Building 4 (44104, 44106 Natalie Terrace)
Building 7 (20586, 20588, 20590 Cornstalk Terrace)
Building 10 (44114, 44116, 44118 Natalie Terrace)
Building 11 (20585, 20583 Snowshoe Square)
Building 15 (20582, 20584 Snowshoe Square)
Lakeshore Clubhouse (44190 Natalie Terrace)

We hope to start the work in early May and be complete by mid-June. We will keep residents updated as the information becomes available.

Cigarette Butts and Mulch Fires at Lakeshore

Today, we had a fire in front of Building #1 which was believed to be caused by Mulch and/or cigarette butts. Please do not throw cigarette butts off the balconies or patios. You could cause a fire!!!

New Lakeshore Pet Waste Stations
To create a more pet friendly community, Lakeshore has installed 3 pet waste stations on the property. They are located in front of Building #4, on the Corner of Natalie and Cornstalk, and on the Island in front of the Lakeshore Clubhouse.
We would like to remind owners not let their dogs urinate and do their business in front of the Lakeshore Buildings. Please bring your dogs to the rear of the buildings or the island areas of the property. We are attempting to renovate the grass in front of the buildings.

Lakeshore Recycling Guidelines

Lakeshore Drone Photo


Depending on the snow accumulation projection, the snowplow will typically come by the property and do an initial clearing at 2-3 inches. The snow plow will then come back after the snow has fallen and depending upon how much snow was received, will need to make several passes throughout the property.

Snow is plowed and not actually removed from the community. This means there could be big piles of snow in some places which will likely affect parking. Be prepared that some spaces may be unavailable unless shoveled out by hand or until the snow melts.

The Lakeshore sidewalks will be cleared within six hours after the snow has stopped falling.

Please only use the Snow Melt provided at the front entrance for the sidewalk areas and porch areas. Please do not use the Melt to spread throughout your parking space.

Shoveling of individual parking spaces, around and behind cars is the responsibility of the homeowner.

Please do not shovel snow back into the street.

Landscaping Committee Meeting

We are looking forward to a wonderful green and colorful season.

Saturday, April 7, 2018 – 11:30 AM
@ The Lakeshore Clubhouse

The First Meeting Project will be discussing the Spring Flowers at the Lakeshore Monument and Entrance Ways

We also begin discussing a long-term plan landscaping plan for the Lakeshore Community

The committee is open to both owners and renters.

If you’re interested in joining, please email us:
[email protected]

Lakeshore Residents,
Lakeshore community has suffered major structural damage from this weekend’s high wind storm Riley. We have documented damage on all 17 Lakeshore Buildings. We will be contacting our insurance adjuster at Nationwide this week and completing a roof and structural survey. We hope to begin repairs as soon as possible in order to prevent additional damage.
We are asking residents to report any damage to the Lakeshore Site Managers.
Dave Camp, (540) 751-1888 ext. 56609 [email protected]
Joseph Barrows, (540) 751-1888 ext.56610 [email protected]

Please provide as much detail as possible. (photos are best)

Thank you for your help!

Lakeshore Board of Directors

Storm Riley Wind Damage at Lakeshore

Storm Riley Wind Damage at Lakeshore

Riley Roof Damage at Lakeshore

Storm Riley Wind Damage at Lakeshore

High Winds Warning!!! We are requesting all residents to secure their patio furniture and items on their decks and patios. This high wind event can quickly turn this items into dangerous projectiles.

Loudoun County, VA - Official Website

LCSO Reminds Residents of County Ordinances Regarding Peddlers and Solicitors

Loudoun County- The warmer weather brings an increase in door-to-door solicitors to our area. While some door-to-door salespersons are honest, the chance does exist that you may be taken advantage of if you are not cautious and informed.

All solicitors that operate inside the county are required to register with the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office per County Ordinance 828.04, except any person that is affiliated with non-profit organization registered in Virginia, places of worship, and community services. As part of this registration, a background check is completed and information on their employer is obtained. Through this process, anyone approved to solicit is issued an identification card showing they are a registered solicitor. All solicitors are required, upon request, to provide their identification card to any person they are contacting as a solicitor. This identification card shall contain the following information:
(1) The permit number;
(2) The name and address of the applicant;
(3) The date the permit was issued and the date of expiration;
(4) The name and address of the employer or principal;
(5) A physical description (height, weight, color of hair and eyes, complexion) and the date of birth of the applicant and the presence and location of marks and scars on the applicant;
(6) The signature of the County Sheriff; and
(7) A brief description of the nature of the business and the goods to be sold.

In addition to registering, all solicitors must uphold a code of conduct (County Ordinance 828.08). If a solicitor is found in violation of this code, their privileges will be revoked and they will not be authorized to solicit within Loudoun County for a period of one year.

Solicitation hours in the county are weekday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Soliciting is not permitted on Sunday’s or state or national holidays. Solicitors must leave when asked by the property owner. Solicitors must conduct themselves in a lawful and orderly manner and must identify themselves and their purpose of being on the property.

The Peddlers and Solicitor Ordinance can be viewed at:
Any person who witnesses a violation of this code of conduct or encounters a solicitor who refuses to provide their county issued solicitor permit, or does not have a permit should contact the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office by calling the 24-hour non-emergency number at 703-777-1021.

Hazardous Condition at Lakeshore

The Lakeshore parking lot and sidewalks are very slick this evening. Please use caution if you have to go out this evening. Shenandoah Snow Management Services have been dispatched. They expect to complete all sanding and sidewalk treatments overnight.
Again, please use caution and feel free to use the melt buckets in the entrances ways on the sidewalks.

Comfenergy is on the property to add insulation to the attics in Buildings 1-6 to protect the sprinkler pipes from breaking.

They will be working on the property for the next 2 weeks.

They have temporally parked a truck in front of Building #3 for staging materials. Please don’t park around the truck so they can complete their work without issues.

Sorry for the inconvenience, but this work is necessary to protect our buildings.

The Lakeshore Board of Directors and Management


During cold weather spells, we have seen pipe breaks around on the Lakeshore property.

o The Fire Department can quickly shutoff the water to your building and prevent additional water damage.


o If you see an open utility closet door, please try to alert the homeowner or call the Lakeshore site manager at 540-751-1888. The exposed pipes can quickly freeze and break.
o When the weather is very cold outside, let the cold water drip from the faucet served by exposed pipes. Running water through the pipe - even at a trickle - helps prevent pipes from freezing.
o Open kitchen and bathroom cabinet doors to allow warmer air to circulate around the plumbing. Be sure to move any harmful cleaners and household chemicals up out of the reach of children.
o The Lakeshore Board STRONGLY suggests wrapping the pipes around your hot water heater. You can either purchase pipe wrapping from a local hardware store or hire an AC/Heating professional.
o If you will be going away during cold weather, leave the heat on in your unit, set to a temperature no lower than 55° F.

Merry Christmas Lakeshore! We hope you have a safe and happy New Year!

Thank you everyone who attended today Holiday Cookie Swap!!

[12/16/17]   Gas Leak Reported at Building #3 on Natalie Terrace. All Clear given by the Fire Department

The hose from the second pond has broken off and management was forced to shutdown the fountain pump. SOLitude Lake Management is working to resolve the issue.

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Join Us for the Lakeshore Community
Holiday Cookie Swap

Saturday, December 16th
2:00pm – 5:00pm
The Lakeshore Clubhouse

It's the time of the year when the best cookies are made.
What fun to make extra to bring and trade.

• Bring at least two dozen of your best homemade cookies.
• Print and share your cookie recipes with the group.
• Coffee and Apple Cider will be provided.

All residents and guests of the Lakeshore Community are welcome!
Hope to see you there!!

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Storm Riley Wind Damage at Lakeshore
Storm Riley Wind Damage at Lakeshore
Riley Roof Damage at Lakeshore
Lakeshore Snowshoe Re-Paving 2016
The Corner of Snowshoe and Natalie Terrace
Re-shoeing Showshoe
Re-Paving in front of Building #10
Lakeshore Asphalt Re-Paving 2016
Lakeshore Asphalt Re-Paving 2016



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