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Welcome to The Lakelands Club!
Welcome to The Lakelands Club, a maintenance-free, private, gated community located in Plainfield, Illinois. Homes here surround the beautiful 40-acre Lake Mary. Owners enjoy fishing and boating on the lake as well as use of a pool and exercise room located at the Clubhouse.

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From Our Community

Boat Insurance

Per the Lakelands Club Consolidated Homeowners Association Rules and Regulations Article I, Section 5B, all Powerboat owners must provide documentation of boat insurance by May 1st each year.  Powerboat owners, please send a copy of your current insurance documentation to our Associa property manager Robyn Braun at robyn.braun@associa.us or fax it to her at (847) 490-9807.

And, of course, if you acquire a Powerboat at any time, you must register your Powerboat with the Lakelands Club Consolidated Homeowners Association prior to use on Lake Mary as well as provide proof of ownership and insurance.

I-55 Improvement - Phase 1

Attached please find a copy of a letter relative to the proposed changes to I-55.

Community Photos

From Our Community Photo Albums

Matt & Debbie:  Co-Hosts
Matt & Debbie: Co-Hosts

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Associa Chicagoland's Customer Care Department
Associa Chicagoland’s Customer Care Department is available Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Our staff can assist with maintenance questions, account inquiries and much more.
You can contact Customer Care via email at helpmechicagoland@associa.us or by calling 847-882-8207.

How It All Works

From Association Government

Board Member Responsibilities

The Board is ultimately responsible for the oversight of the community association ("the buck stops with the Board"). Although the Board may retain and delegate some of its duties to volunteers, contractors and professionals, the Board is still ultimately responsible for the duties it may have assigned to others.

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