Due date error on tear-off coupon

Dear Homeowners,

It has come to our attention that a glitch occurred when the January 2021 billing was uploaded for printing. The due date, on the tear off coupon itself, somehow changed to the upload date of 12/17/2020 instead of matching the top portion of the statement that states 1/1/2021. Please note that you have all of January to pay your dues and they will not be considered late till 2/1/2021. Sorry for any confusion this may have caused.


Nalini Mowery,

Association Manager/Summit Lakes

Latest meeting minutes and financials posted

The June board meeting minutes and the financial reports for April through August have been posted to the Documents and Forms page.

May board meeting minutes posted

On the Documents and Forms page.

Financials and meeting minutes posted

The latest board meeting minutes and HOA financial statements have been posted to the Documents and Forms page.

Neighborhood Playgrounds Closed

Dear Homeowners,

Per the Governor’s Executive/Stay-At-Home Order, all HOA Playgrounds are officially closed. Playgrounds are closed because they pose a high risk of increasing spreading of the virus. Please continue to go outdoors to walk, run, or ride bikes but please practice social distancing by remaining 6 feet away from other people.

If you would like to read more FAQ about the Indiana Stay-At-Home Order please click the link below:


Thank you,

Summit Lakes HOA

January 2020 board meeting minutes

have been posted to the “Documents and Forms” page.

Year end board meeting notes

The October meeting minutes have been posted.  There was no November Meeting and unfortunately for December there was no meeting either because there was no quorum due to illness.

September meeting minutes posted

On the Documents and Forms page

November board meeting cancelled

There will be no board meeting in November

Vehicles driving on common ground under the power lines

Your Summit Lakes Board is in communication with the City of Westfield on numerous matters, but most recently about vehicles crossing over sidewalks. Please note the following from the City:

Per Gary Smith: the City owns the City streets, curbs, and the green space between the curbs and the City sidewalk. If any person crosses over the curb, green space and the sidewalk, they are encroaching on City property. A person can cross over the City curb, green space and City sidewalk, with a vehicle, if they get a one day encroachment permit from the City and pay a $25 fee. If the City observes someone encroaching common areas and they do not have a permit to do so they will be fined $500. The City ordinance is 03-04 of which a copy of the ordinance is attached.

This information was ascertained for Vendors as well as Owners who may need vehicle access to common area where approved.