A magical place, the Lake Caroline community welcomes you to a lifestyle where family is celebrated, and good neighbors become lifelong friends. Lake Caroline is a 3,000-acre planned community with resort style amenities. Residents enjoy walking in an 11-acre park, boating and fishing on the second largest, private lake in Mississippi, and golfing on a championship golf course. And because the land was developed with wildlife in mind, Lake Caroline is home to pelicans, herons, bald eagles, and deer, making it a haven for nature lovers.  
Newcomer
Access the Newcomer Packet here.
What’s New
Annual Meeting and Proxies
Please join us for our annual meeting. This is a great time to hear what the association has accomplished in the prior year, review financial reports, discuss future plans, mingle with neighbors, elect board members and officers, ask questions, make suggestions, and so much more. 
 
Tuesday, March 19, 2024, at 7:00 p.m.
Broadmoor Baptist Church, Venues A&B
1531 Highland Colony Parkway, Madison
 
It is also time to begin submitting proxies. We must collect proxies from 40% of the households to establish a quorum. Without a quorum, we must reschedule the meeting and that is expensive to do. You are not required to complete a proxy if you attend in person, but because there are many last minute situations that may cause plans to change, we ask you to consider submitting a proxy now. Then, if you attend the meeting, we will return your proxy when you check-in.
 
Click here to submit a proxy via Contact Us.
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Dead and Dying Pine Trees
The dead pine trees in the park and others that you might see around the neighborhood and throughout the state are a result of the extreme drought conditions we had last summer/fall. Once a pine tree becomes stressed, pine beetles move in to finish the job. When the beetles are done with one tree, they move to the tree beside it. If you have mature pine trees, you need to keep an eye out for signs of beetles.
 
Click here to learn more about pine beetles.
Dead Trees and Shrubs
Last year's drought caused tree and landscaping plant mortality throughout the neighborhood. Please be aware that the current ARC guidelines do not require that you contact the ARC Project Manager to remove dead and dying trees and landscaping plant materials. The guidelines state:
 
6.34 Landscaping: When replacing dead trees and shrubs, changing out one type of shrub for another, adding small flower beds, or vegetable gardens ARC Approval is not required.
 
We suggest that you replace trees and shrubs by June 30th before the hot summer months. 
 
Madison County Limb Pick Up - (601) 855-5673
 
 
Seeking Easter Egg Hunt Chair
We need a volunteer to chair this year's event. Responsibilities include the following:
 
Set a date for the event, coordinate volunteers, oversee placement of eggs in the park, provide direction to the Easter Bunny for photo opps, and submit brief report and photo for follow-up News Notes article. 
 
To volunteer, please submit a Contact Us ticket. Students needing volunteer hours are also welcome. 
Town Hall Meeting Scheduled for Thursday, February 29
The Board of Directors would like to invite all LCOA members to a townhall style meeting. The purpose of this member only meeting is to share LCOA’s 2023 Year-end Financials, 2024 Budget and Operating Plan. This meeting is being held off-site to accommodate the expected number of attendees and quality of presentation technology. Please plan to join us to hear the financial details of your Association.
 
Thursday, February 29 at 6 pm
Broadmoor Baptist Church Chapel
 
We look forward to seeing you there.
 
Click here to download the Meeting Agenda. 
LOLC Cruise Mystery Luncheon
Join the Ladies of Lake Caroline
for a Day Cruise along
the Lovely Italian Caroline Lake
 
Thursday, March 7
Boarding will begin at Port Bellevue at 11:30 am
Boarding Fee is $35 per person -Non-refundable
Catered by Angelo's
Seating is limited
Wear your favorite casual 50’s attire
 
Registration is full.
 
NOTE: If for some reason you are unable to attend the event, here are some options available:
You can gift your seat to a Lake Caroline friend or post on Ladies of Lake Caroline Facebook page to connect with another Lady and YOU two handle the transfer of the purchase.
Frequently Called Numbers
For Emergencies dial 911
Madison Co. Sheriff's Dept. 601-859-2345
 
Madison Co. Animal Control 601-856-6111
Madison Co. Limb Pick up 601-855-5673
Madison Co. Road Dept. 601-855-5671
(for potholes and other road issues)
 
Click here for Local Info
 
Click here for Frequently Asked Questions
Lake Level
February 22, 2024 - 1.36 inches above full pool
February 15, 2024 - 1.96 inches above full pool
 
For past lake levels Click Here for the Lakes Page then select Lake Level.
Upcoming Events
Town Hall Meeting -February 29
 
Wine Club - March 1
 
Advisory Council -March 12
 
Annual Meeting -March 19
 
*Watch News Notes for details on these special events. See Weekly Events for events held weekly. 
 
Weekly Events
 
Bridge Club
Join us Tuesdays from 1-4 pm at Martinique. Anyone interested is encouraged to attend. 
 
Canasta Open Play 
Join us Wednesdays from 1-4 pm at Martinique.  Anyone interested is encouraged to attend.  Please bring a deck of cards and beverage of choice.
 
Ladies of Lake Caroline Social
Please join our weekly social hour Thursdays anytime between 1pm and 5pm at the Martinique clubhouse. Some of us play cards and others drink coffee and visit.  
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