If you are a resident of Lochmere, we encourage you to use the account information provided to you, or register for a new account.  Although the site has many features by default, by logging in you will also have access to the following:

  • Subscriptions - sign up for specialized email notifications, including aquatics, tennis, and community watch.
  • Youth Based Services - find services like Babysitting, Pet Sitting, etc, or post an ad for your child
  • Tennis Court Scheduler - reserve a court at one of our 10 tennis courts
  • Budget - review the current year budget for the community
  • Expanded "Contact Us" - access additional 'contact us' categories and have your inquiry filtered directly to the correct staff/committee.

 

Lochmere today consists of 1966 households divided into 24 subdivisions. The subdivisions give a small neighborhood feel while being part of the larger community of Lochmere offers benefits that would be costly for a smaller association to maintain.

Properties range from townhomes and cluster homes, where the grounds are maintained by the community association, to large million dollar plus lakefront homes. Most homes fall in the $300-400,000 range.

Lochmere Master Association assessments are currently set at $582 per year.  Sub Associations within Lochmere may have additional assessments.

Lochmere Master assessments cover landscaping and maintenance on the common areas and elements, insurnace on the common elements, maintenance and access to the tennis courts, swim pools, clubhouse, trails, lakes, & playgrounds.

There are eight (8) sub associations within Lochmere.

A list of Frequently Asked Questions and answers can be found HERE.  

 The attachment below is the Lochmere community map showing all areas within the Association.  The public is welcome to use this map when searching for a property to purchase within the community.

Attachments:
Download this file (LM Boundary Map Final 2016-4-26.pdf)Lochmere Community Map[ ]

Links of Interest to Lochmere Residents:  

Town of Cary                           www.townofcary.org

Wake County Schools               www.wcpss.net

Wake County Library                http://www.wakegov.com/libraries/Pages/default.aspx

Lochmere Golf Club                  www.lochmere.com

Wake County Government        www.wakegov.com

NC Government                       www.ncgov.com

Visit NC                                   www.visitnc.com

Ready NC                                www.readync.org

Waverly Place                          www.waverlycary.com

Koka Booth Amphitheatre         www.boothamphitheatre.com

 Utilities

CONTACT EMAIL FOR ELECTED OFFICIALS:

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Today's Cary began in 1750 as a settlement called Bradford's Ordinary. About 100 years later, the new railroad between New Bern and Hillsborough went through the town, linking Bradford's Ordinary to a major transportation route. Allison Francis "Frank" Page is credited with founding the town. Page was a Wake County farmer and lumberman. He and his wife, Catherine, bought 300 acres surrounding the railroad junction in 1854 and named his development Cary, after Samuel Fenton Cary (a former Ohio congressman and prohibitionist he admired). Cary was incorporated on April 6, 1871, with Page becoming the first mayor.

In the early years, Cary adopted zoning and other ordinances on an ad-hoc basis to control growth and give the town structure. Beginning in 1971, the town created Planned Unit Development (PUD) zoning to accommodate population growth related to the growth of the Research Triangle Park nearby. A PUD allows a developer to plan an entire community before beginning development, thus allowing future residents to be aware of where churches, schools, commercial and industrial areas will be located well before such use begins. Kildaire Farms, a 967-acre (3.9 km2) Planned Unit Development in Cary, was North Carolina's first PUD.

Lochmere was originally planned during the 1980's. This gives our community the advantage of mature trees throughout, and we work hard to preserve and maintain the value and the natural beauty of our development. With a wide variety of homes, from townhomes to awesome lakefront homes, we are fortunate to benefit from the foresight of the community planners, who were careful to preserve the natural, open feel by including miles of walking paths, water features and parks for all residents to enjoy.