leaf raking

If you are under 18, live in Lochmere and would like to advertise your services to your neighbors (and earn a little extra cash too!), please read on.

Our unseasonably warm autumn temperatures remind us that soon it will be time to spread pine straw, plant fall/winter flowers, and take on the daily task of raking leaves.  And with busy schedules, it is hard to find the time to do everything. 

And before we know it, those holiday parties will be upon us and everyone will be scrambling to find a babysitter.  

babysitting

Plus if you are going out of town for the holidays, who is going to take care of Fido or Fluffy?

pet sitting

Whether it's babysitting, yard work, pet sitting, washing windows or cars...  chances are that someone in Lochmere could use your help.   If you are the parent of a teenager looking to help their neighbors out and make a little extra money, here's how to advertise your services to those who are looking for help:

Log onto (or create a username and password, if it's your first time) www.lochmere.org.

  • Go to the "Community" tab
  • click on "Youth Services"
  • Under Youth Services, you'll see a link that says "New Ad"
  • Click on that link, and type in all of the information that you want others to know about your services
  • Click "Submit", and it will be reviewed and then posted to the website for your neighbors to see!

And for those of you looking for someone to help with one of these services, simply log on to lochmere.org and browse through the ads that you'll find under the "Community / Youth Services" tab.  You must log on - only those with valid Lochmere resident credentials are able to see the ads. 

 

2385 kildaire farms road (Click Picture To Enlarge)

The Town of Cary held a meeting at Cary Town Hall on May 24, 2017 to discuss the proposed Goddard School at 2385 Kildaire Farm Road traffic concerns. 

We were recently made aware that this summary is available.  Please visit HERE to read the minutes of the meeting.

Doody Calls Waste Station Photo

Please remember to clean up after your pet when out and about. Bring a plastic bag with you just in case, and make sure to dispose of the bag properly and not dump it on the street or on other people’s property. There are 11 dog waste stations throughout Lochmere next to the trails.

Pet owners are required per Town of Cary Ordinance to pick up their pet’s waste. Pet waste is not only unsightly it is also harmful to the environment. Pet waste can impact water quality through the excess nutrients and bacteria which can be washed into our streams during rain events. Contamination of streams can affect algae blooms and be harmful to people wading and playing in the stream. Picking up after your pet is the neighborly thing to do; it’s also the healthy thing for you to do, for you and the environment.

 Any questions or concerns regarding the Lochmere community should be directed to our on-site Community Manager Andy Siouville at 919-233-7640 or his direct email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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