Lago Mar Civic League

Written By: LMCL - Nov• 25•12

Welcome!  This is the Civic League site for our Lago Mar residents.

For the latest news posts read our blog below.  We encourage you to take a walk around the site to find information above and beyond what is in our news blog and periodic e-mails to those who subscribe.

All residents are encouraged to subscribe to e-mails, right over there in the right-hand column. By subscribing, you will be kept up-to-date on news and events.

More information about becoming a Lago Mar Civic League member can be found on our Membership page.

 

Scholarships for Lago Mar

Written By: LMCL - May• 04•16

Announcing the return of two scholaraship opportunities for Lago Mar graduates.  For more information please visit our Scholarship Page.

City pruning trees in Lago Mar

Written By: LMCL - Apr• 19•16

During the month of April, pruning in areas of Lago Mar is expected to take place.  Pruning will involve elevations of trees in the city right-of-way that overhang or protrude into the street. Neighborhoods were selected to be part of the 2016 program due to the number of service requests that we’ve received from residents, as well as Landscape Management priority ratings.

If possible, residents are asked to relocate any vehicles that may be blocking street trees while the work is being done.

Streets that are affected will be:

Artesia Way

Zia Drive

Zia Court

Tierra Monte Arch

Vadito Way

Santa Fe Arch

Perez Way/Court

Dasa Leo Court

Albuquerque Drive

Rio Rancho Drive

 

“Event House Rentals” in Lago Mar?

Written By: LMCL - Apr• 10•16

Fellow VB Residents,

There is a draft ordinance working its way through the City that would permit homeowners and real estate companies to rent single family homes on a short-term basis for the purpose of hosting events or parties.  This practice of conducting such commercial activities within residential neighborhoods has already become a problem for residents in Sandbridge.  If anything similar to the proposed ordinance passes, event houses could be operated in any neighborhood within Virginia Beach.

Please check out the petition on Change.org, at the following link, and consider signing the petition, and sharing this with others.

Spring Beach Cleanup & Surf-n-Swap This Weekend

Written By: LMCL - Apr• 06•16

Beach Cleanup: Sunday, April 10, 1-3 p.m., Little Island Park

Surf-N-Swap: 4pm, Baja Restaurant

“If you enjoy our beach, please help clean it!”  Those are the words of James Barton ……. Following the cleanup and barbeque, there will be the annual Surf-n-Swap Meet.  Kevin Wong,  owner of The Boardwok Restaurant, is whipping up a tasty barbeque for all volunteers after the work is done.   Read More

James, and Kevin are encouraging everyone to come out for both events. The day is an enjoyable and worthwhile way to give back to the community as well as get a jump start on summer!

Neighborhood Yard Sale

Written By: LMCL - Apr• 02•16

Spring Cleaning?

The Lago Mar Civic League is sponsoring its

Second Annual Neighborhood Yard Sale.

Saturday, June 18th – 8 AM

RAINDATE:  June 25th

The Lago Mar Civic League will post ads on Craig’s List and in the Virginian Pilot.  Notices will be placed in Lago Mar Living Magazine and Nextdoor Lago Mar to remind residents to get ready.

Residents need only put the goods they want to sell in their front yards by 8 AM Saturday, June 18.  Residents can end your sale whenever you like.

Kids can also sell Soft Drinks, etc.

Lago Mar is such a large and elegant subdivision that we will get a good crowd of purchasers.

Email Bob Armour with questions and suggestions at ten.x1462546277oc@ru1462546277omraa1462546277rtepb1462546277ob1462546277

City of VB Regulations – Golf Carts on Roadways

Written By: LMCL - Jan• 12•16

A good portion of “old” Lago Mar is was approved last summer as a Golf Cart community.

As a reminder, there are some very real rules of the road including the following:

  • Drivers must be licensed and insured.
  • Speed is limited to a MAXIMUM of 25 mph.
  • Cart must meet with certain specifications to be considered “street legal” including
    • slow-moving vehicle emblem must be displayed
    • equipped with horn and rear-view mirror
    • headlights & taillights required when operating between sunset and sunrise.

All cart owners should be sure to familiarize yourself with City VB regulations, linked below.