The pool will be closed on each Recycle Day so that our pool maintenance contractor, ACPS, LLC, can shock treat the pool.
To make the pool an enjoyable place for all, please follow a few simple rules:
Your trash and recycling cans must be stored so that they are not visible from the front of your home. Parking your car in front of them, while a strategic alternative, is also not permissible. Please store the can on the side or back of your home, or in your garage.
Yard waste is generally scheduled to be picked up on Tuesday along with the trash. The town of Mount Pleasant requires yard clippings and small debris to be bagged in brown paper bags and placed curbside for pick up. Sticks and larger yard clippings can be left curbside.
Please remember there is no swimming or wading allowed for neighbors or their furry friends. We also cannot allow fishing because the lines get tangled in the fountains.
We love our four-legged friends in Lakeshore! Please be reminded Mount Pleasant has a leash law for cats and dogs.
Please pick up after your K-9 children. For those of you who are new to the neighborhood, there are doggie waste bags located at the pool for your convenience. While your neighbors understand accidents happen, please make your best effort to be prepared for such an occasion.
The board has established an email address for everyone to use to contact us so that you will not have to remember individual email addresses. This address can be used for ARB requests and general requests of the board. In addition, we will make our best efforts to email you from this address so you can distinguish our communications from general neighborhood emails/requests. The address is: email@example.com.
According to our covenants, Lakeshore does not permit overnight street parking. Exceptions are made for short term guests, but not Lakeshore residents. Please also be reminded that vehicles may not be parked on the grass.
The Lakeshore Subdivision contains 82 brick veneer single-family homes, each on less than 1/2 acre lots. The subdivision was established in 1991, and the final phase was opened in 2001. A single entrance to the subdivision is located off Rifle Range Road south of the Isle of Palms connector in Mount Pleasant, Charleston County, South Carolina. The Lakeshore Subdivision includes a swimming pool, pool house, and deck for the benefit of Lakeshore homeowners, as well as common grounds and stormwater management ponds maintained by the Lakeshore Homeowners Association, Inc..
The LHA is a non-profit corporation incorporated under the laws of the State of South Carolina. Membership in the LHA is compulsory for all owners, as stated in the covenants. See the Documents page for more details.