Membership has its Privileges
- Boating and fishing on Lake Monticello
- Access to the Marina, boat launches, slips, and racks
- Swimming at five beaches and access to the pool
- Access to the golf course
- Multiple playgrounds, basketball courts, pickleball, and tennis courts
- Walking track and ball field
- Park and Walk paths through quiet community streets
- Two equipped clubhouses for public and private events
- Access to The Pub dining and catering
- Association sponsored events that engage members in a variety of community activities
The owner(s) of each residential lot in the subdivision automatically becomes a member of the Lake Monticello Owners' Association in accordance with the Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws and is entitled to all the rights and privileges according to the Association's governing documents, including the Articles of Incorporation, the Statements of Subdivision, the Bylaws and the Policy Manual. In addition, each owner agrees, by accepting the conveyance of or interest in a lot within the subdivision, to abide by the rules, regulations, policies, and procedures as provided by those documents, including the payment of such charges and levies as may be properly made by the Association.
We also offer social and golf membership opportunities for individuals and families who do not live at Lake Monticello. Feel free to contact us for more information. email: [email protected] or call 434-589-8263.
New Member/Property Owner Registration
Welcome to Lake Monticello!
You can watch our Orientation Video HERE.
New Homeowners/Tenants need to register online HERE. You will need to upload your deed or lease.
Apply for your vehicle barcodes HERE.
The new member Virtual Welcome Packet contains information you will need to orient yourself within our community and find answers to your questions below:
History of Lake Monticello
Lake Monticello Welcome Handout
Amenities at Lake Monticello
Calendar of Activities & Events
Trash Schedule by Street
Read our Barcode FAQs HERE
There are five security gates at Lake Monticello, two of which are staffed. Barcodes can be used to enter through any of these gates.
Main (Ashlawn) Gate - staffed
Turkeysag (Falcon Hills) Gate - staffed via a callbox
Slice (Fairway) Gate - entry with barcode only
Tufton (Monish) Gate - entry with barcode only
Riverside Gate - entry with barcode only
Questions regarding Barcode Applications can be directed to [email protected]
- Family Unit* $350
- Individual (ages 5 and up **) $100
- Seasonal Resident Guest *** $100
Individual Lap OR Pool Pass Application
* A family unit shall be defined as a parent or parent(s) and their single, dependent children. Children must be 18 years of age or younger or a full time undergraduate college student. Dependents over the age of 18 must provide a valid college ID card.
** Children four years old or younger are free and must be accompanied by a paying adult. (Age as of May 25th, 2021).
*** To qualify for a resident guest pass, children/grandchildren must be under 18 years of age or a full-time college student. College students must provide a valid college ID card. A driver's license or bill in the name of the resident guest with the Members' Lake Monticello address would need to be presented to establish residency for all other applicants over the age of 18 years.
Please refer to LMOA Policy Manual Chapter Six, Section 6.04
Lake Monticello Map
Meetings of LMOA Members
In accordance with the Bylaws, LMOA holds an annual meeting of members on the last Saturday of June of each year, at which members will vote to fill vacancies on the Board of Directors and vote on Board and member proposals that have met the legal requirements for being placed on the meeting agenda. In addition, the Bylaws provide that the Board or Association members may call special meetings of members to vote on special issues.
Notices of annual and special meetings of members are mailed to all members of record. Accompanying each notice is a proxy and pre-addressed, return envelope. The Board urges members to exercise their voting rights: Read the notice completely, fill out and sign the proxy, and return it to the Administration Office before the stated deadline.
Member Dues, Fees, Assessments
The maximum amount of annual dues the Association can charge members is set by a vote of the membership. The improved property fee is charged at cost to owners of all completed homes to cover the expense of trash and recycling pickup and snow plowing of Lake Monticello streets. Should the need arise, the Board of Directors may petition members for special assessments, according to the provisions of the Virginia Property Owners Association Act and the Bylaws. Any such assessment would require member approval to be effective. (See Policy Manual Chapter 1, Section 1.02)
Other fees will be charged at the time of application for amenity use and Environmental Control functions, as provided in Policy Manual Chapter 13, Environmental Control Rules and Regulations.
Compliance charges may be made when violations of LMOA covenants and restrictions or policies, rules and regulations are confirmed by the Compliance Committee.
Policy Manual Section 15.01, Leasing of Property, requires that an annual tenant registration fee be paid in addition to the membership dues and improved property fees on rented homes. The property owner may choose to charge this amount to the tenant; however, the payment of this fee to the Association is the responsibility of the property owner. See the policy for exceptions and additional information about rental of property. Click here for the current Tenant Fees.
Members will be billed for annual membership dues on each lot or Marina Point unit, the Improved Property Fee for each completed residence and other applicable fees.
Inquiries about billing can be made by calling Bookkeeper/Accounts Receivable Office: 434-589-8263 ext. 4104
Property Transfer Fee
A Property Transfer Fee shall be imposed on the purchaser of an improved or unimproved lot or Marina Point unit in accordance with LMOA Bylaws Article 8, Dues & Assessments, Section 8.03, as approved by LMOA members on June 29, 2002.
Transfer of Property
Membership in the Lake Monticello Owners' Association cannot be transferred except by transfer of the property. Membership is automatic and cannot be canceled or waived by an owner.
Settlement of account balances and proration of dues and fees must be handled at the time of the closing on property transfers. Owners are required to offer a prospective buyer a disclosure packet, as required by the Virginia Property Owners' Association Act, which contains valuable information about the Association; membership obligations; the individual property, including any account balance; etc.
Lake Monticello Owners' Association has the authority to seek payment of all dues, fees and assessments, and may take whatever steps are necessary to collect delinquent accounts. Policy Manual Section 4.02n describes the process LMOA must follow.