HOA Board Meetings

WHY should I attend my own Lockeridge Farms HOA Board Meetings?

Simply put, attending is prudent. If we aren’t present to vote during our own HOA Board Meetings, then we have no say-so in any decision made about our own community. This means that a small number of property owners will be making decisions that may have significant consequences. When property owners vote to make a decision, it is FINAL. Complaining about the vote cannot undo that vote. Only voting can change the vote.

Last and more importantly, attending our own HOA Board Meetings is our responsibility since we are legally bound by the governing documents that we signed when we purchased our property. So, we should be prudent. Attend. Vote. Serve.


WHAT happens during a Lockeridge Farms HOA Board Meeting?

Lockeridge Farms has (4) types of corporate HOA Board Meetings: Annual, General, Special, and Executive Session. Executive Sessions are not open to all property owners, but the others are.


  • Annual Meetings are when you VOTE FOR A DIRECTOR in person or by proxy ballot. This meeting requires an agenda, meeting minutes are recorded by the Secretary, and advance notification to the community. See Section 6.3 of our bylaws for more details. These are structured and tend to be more open in format so that the board and HOA members can have open, friendly discussions and votes on major issues, such as the coming year’s budget and regional events impacting the community, EITHER VOLUNTEER TO BE A DIRECTOR -OR- VOTE FOR ONE!
  • General Meetings require an agenda, meeting minutes are recorded by the Secretary, and advance notification to the community. See Section 6.6 of our bylaws for more details. These meetings are held from time to time and, while they are still structured in format, public comments are held until the end.
  • Special Meetings require an agenda, meeting minutes are recorded by the Secretary, and advance notification to the community. See Section 6.4 of our bylaws for more details. These are rare and are intended to address emergency matters that require participation of the entire membership, such as increasing annual assessments, recalling a board member, engaging a local municipality or agency, or responding to a natural disaster.
  • Executive Session are ONLY open to a specific property owner(s), and topics can range from general feedback and questions to property care and legal matters. All of us, as property owners, need and should want to discuss our private property matter confidentially with the Board of Directors. These confidential discussions are called Executive Sessions.

HOW may HOA Board Meetings be announced?

Meetings are announced using one or more of the following methods:

  • Community Website
  • NextDoor (Social Media App)
  • Community Entrance Sign
  • Email on File
  • Hardcopy Letter via the USPS

WHO do I contact to express my concerns before an HOA Board Meeting?

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Treasurer

Board of Directors: Contact Information

WHY should I attend my own Lockeridge Farms HOA Board Meetings?

Simply put, attending is prudent. If we aren’t present to vote during our own HOA Board Meetings, then we have no say-so in any decision made about our own community. This means that a small number of property owners will be making decisions that may have significant consequences. When property owners vote to make a decision, it is FINAL. Complaining about the vote cannot undo that vote. Only voting can change the vote.

Last and more importantly, attending our own HOA Board Meetings is our responsibility since we are legally bound by the governing documents that we signed when we purchased our property. So, we should be prudent. Attend. Vote. Serve.


WHAT happens during a Lockeridge Farms HOA Board Meeting?

Lockeridge Farms has (4) types of corporate HOA Board Meetings: Annual, General, Special, and Executive Session. Executive Sessions are not open to all property owners, but the others are.


  • Annual Meetings are when you VOTE FOR A DIRECTOR in person or by proxy ballot. This meeting requires an agenda, meeting minutes are recorded by the Secretary, and advance notification to the community. See Section 6.3 of our bylaws for more details. These are structured and tend to be more open in format so that the board and HOA members can have open, friendly discussions and votes on major issues, such as the coming year’s budget and regional events impacting the community, EITHER VOLUNTEER TO BE A DIRECTOR -OR- VOTE FOR ONE!
  • General Meetings require an agenda, meeting minutes to be recorded by the Secretary, and advance notification to the community. See Section 6.6 of our bylaws for more details. These meetings are held from time to time and, while they are still structured in format, public comments are held until the end.
  • Special Meetings require an agenda, meeting minutes to be recorded by the Secretary, and advance notification to the community. See Section 6.4 of our bylaws for more details. These are rare and are intended to address emergency matters that require participation of the entire membership, such as increasing annual assessments, recalling a board member, engaging a local municipality or agency, or responding to a natural disaster.
  • Executive Session are ONLY open to a specific property owner(s), and topics can range from general feedback and questions to property care and legal matters. All of us, as property owners, need and should want to discuss our private property matter confidentially with the Board of Directors. These confidential discussions are called Executive Sessions.

HOW may HOA Board Meetings be announced?

Meetings are announced using one or more of the following methods:

  • Community Website
  • NextDoor (Social Media App)
  • Community Entrance Sign
  • Email on File
  • Hardcopy Letter via the USPS

WHO do I contact to express my concerns before an HOA Board Meeting?


  • President
  • Vice President
  • Treasurer

Board of Directors: Contact Information

Meeting Agenda

Lockeridge Farms – General Board Meeting – 11.15.2022