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~ Announcements ~
Entry Landscape Renovation
Posted on Oct 29th, 2021
Residents will soon be seeing changes to the landscaping at the entrance to the community.  Linda Lease volunteered to lead the project of updating the appearance of the entry beds which welcome people to Woods at Lions Creek.  Many of the overgrown and struggling plantings well be removed and replaced with size appropriate plants.  As part of the project, alterations to the irrigation system and landscape lighting are also planned.  Changes made now should look great in the spring.
New Board Member
Posted on Oct 29th, 2021
Change in Board of Directors
Recently, a member of the Board of Directors, sold their home and relocated out of the community.  As part of that process, TR Sloan resigned from his seat on the Board.  The remaining Board members subsequently appointed Jon Schalliol from Lot 31 to fill the vacancy.  Jon joins Chris Commons, Patrick Lease, Lonnie Johnson, and Tom Doherty at the HOA's Board of Directors.
Muskrat Removal
Posted on May 5th, 2021
In keeping with the Association's maintenance responsibilities for the ponds, a company has been contracted to remove the muskrats that have been reported in the ponds in the community.  The company is licensed by the state to remove such nuisance animals using traps.  The traps will be placed in the water, so they likely will not be seen unless someone is looking for them.  In addition to their placement, the traps are sized to catch small animals.  Still, homeowners are encouraged to keep children and pets away from the ponds during this process.  How long the equipment will be in place will depend on the number of animals found to be in the community, and how quickly they can be removed.  This process may take only a couple of days, or a week or more.  Another notice will be posted once the process has been completed and the equipment is removed.  
Posted on Apr 22nd, 2021
The members of the Board have formally adopted their offices with Chris Commons assuming the Presidency.
TR Slone is the Vice-President, Lonnie Johnson; Treasurer, Pat Lease; Secretary, and Tom Doherty; Member-At-Large.
Minutes of the annual meeting on March 16, 2021 have been drafted and posted.  
2021 Annual Meeting
Posted on Mar 4th, 2021
The 2021 Annual Meeting of the General Membership will be held on Tuesday, March 16th at 6:00pm.
Due to concerns about health and safety, the meeting will be conducted virtually, using the Zoom application.
Meeting ID: 795 933 6231
Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/keqjlRlxj
Documents for the meeting have been mailed to all homeowners, and are posted in the Upcoming Events portion of this site.
If you have questions or concerns, you may contact the Community Association Manager, David Paul:
dpaul@ardsleymgmt.com or (317) 259-0383 ext. 237.
Bridge Repairs
Posted on Oct 8th, 2020
The Board had planned to have the railings on the bridge replaced with synthetic material matching the walkways this year.
However, a materials shortage due to Covid-19 has driven up the cost to the point of unreasonable.
As such, the railings will be repainted again to improve their appearance until the more permanent solution can be implemented.
Weather permitting, work will begin on Monday, October 19th, and will conclude by the end of the day on Wednesday, the 21st.
Please take extra caution when driving through the community and allow the contractors adequate space to work safely.
Meeting Indefinitely Postponed
Posted on Mar 24th, 2020
The annual meeting has been indefinitely postponed due to health concerns and restrictions regarding Covid-19.
Once the health emergency has passed, the Board will consider new dates for a meeting.
Notice of the new date will be mailed to all homeowners prior to the meeting.
If you have additional questions, please contact the Community Association Manager at dpaul@ardsleymgmt.com
Asphalt Project
Posted on May 6th, 2019
The asphalt project map has been revised, now including two other areas being repaved. We will be doing the same scope of work as originally planned, just including two more areas. The attached map shows the updated schedule for when and where the paving will take place. You cannot drive on the newly paved areas for 24 hours. Please park accordingly and have your cars out of the specified areas before 8am each day. Thank you for your cooperation!
Mailbox Replacements
Posted on Apr 2nd, 2018

Dear Homeowners:


It was recently brought to the board’s attention that some of the mailboxes are in need of replacement throughout the community, and that some homeowners have done this on their own. This is something that is covered with the association dues. As a result, we are asking anyone who has already purchased their mailbox to let David Paul know (dpaul@ardsleymgmt.com) and provide a copy of the paid invoice/receipt. A credit will be issued to your account for this amount. Going forward, if your mailbox is in need of repair/replacement, please reach out to David Paul and he will have it ordered and installed. Please feel free to reach out with any questions that you may have regarding this issue.




Woods at Lion’s Creek HOA

Posted on Feb 16th, 2018

WALC Homeowners,


Ice melt has been applied to the road but not to sidewalks. Sidewalks are the responsibility of each homeowner. If your sidewalk is used by children using a school bus or walking to a school bus, please spread ice melt today. You attention is very much appreciated by the children and parents to help ensure the safety of our neighborhood children.


Magnesium chloride is recommended for concrete to avoid damaging it.  Magnesium Chloride is the newest deicing salt. It continues to melt snow and ice until the temperature reaches -13F. The salt releases 40% less chloride into the environment than either rock salt or calcium chloride. It is far less damaging to concrete and plats, so would be the preferred choice for the community. It may be a bit more expensive; however, and harder to find than the conventional salt. 

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~ Property Management ~
Ardsley Management 
3002 East 56th Street
Indianapolis IN 46220
Property Management
David Paul, Community Association Manager 
Phone: (317) 259-0383 Ext. 237
Fax: (317) 259-0387
Accounts Receivable
Brittney Morris
Phone: (317) 259-0383 Ext. 225