Welcome to the Deerfield Lake Homeowners' Association website
Deerfield Lake is a community development located in Strongsville, OH. The neighborhood offers a community swimming pool, tennis courts, a playground, 2 lakes and a walking trail. It is conveniently located 5 minutes from I-71, 11 miles from Cleveland Hopkins Airport, and 22 miles from downtown Cleveland.
Pool Passes: Homeowners, if you haven't received your pool passes via the US Mail, you neglected to include a stamped self-addressed envelope with your request, as instructed. Under these conditions, the Homeowner may pick up the passes, for their household, at the Lifeguard Station, during pool operating hours. The Homeowner must be the individual picking up the passes, and must present proof of identity to the Lifeguard. In the unlikely event that you did include the required envelope with your submission, and still haven't received your passes, please contact the Management Company at 330-722-3000.
2015 Swim Lessons - see notice under Amenities / Pool
Parents of infants and younger children. Please see the new link, posted in Useful Links, pertaining to Baby Monitor Security.
WE NEED YOUR HELP IN BEING ALERT FOR POTENTIAL VANDALISM IN THE ENTIRE DEVELOPMENT !
Recently, there was a potentially very serious situation at the Pool Pump House, adjacent to the Rec Center. Someone tried to remove the natural gas meter from the side of the building. This could have caused an extremely dangerous situation to the Rec Center and surrounding homes. An explosion and fire could have resulted if they had succeeded. Fortunately they failed. They did succeed in punching holes into the side of the building.
The police were called and the incident has been recorded.
We are offering a $1000.00 reward for information leading to the arrest of those involved.
The week before, someone tried to break into the Pump House, they failed at that but did steal the compressors for the aerators and did other damage.
WE NEED YOUR HELP IN BEING ON THE ALERT IN THE ENTIRE DEVELOPMENT! Just start being more alert to anything out of the ordinary, question the kids, question any strangers, or call the police if that is more comfortable for you. We all need to make sure who is in OUR SPACE around OUR HOMES.
WE ARE ASKING FOR YOUR EYES TO BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR ANY KIND OF TROUBLE. WE DON’T EXPECT, NOR DO WE WANT YOU TO GET PERSONALLY INVOLVED, JUST CALL THE POLICE.
We now need to repair the damage done, better protect all of our assets and that means we can’t replace some of the other items we had budgeted for. We really need your help! This is a serious problem that just continues to grow. Your help is needed to put a stop to it!
With the nicer weather coming there will be more people out and about so look for any trouble spots and alert the authorities. You live here so you need to be part of the PEOPLE FORCE to protect all of our property. DO YOU PART AND CALL IF YOU SEE ANY PROBLEMS! Together we stop the Troublemakers!
The Deerfield Lake Board of Trustees
Attention Homeowners: If you have a storm drain water collection basin on your property, please keep it open and free of debris. In addition, if you have a storm drain grate in the street in front of your property, keep this free of debris as well. Taking the above actions will go a long way toward eliminating a potential source of flooding to your property as well as those of your neighbors. If you see a blocked storm drain, that cannot be cleared by individual effort, please notify the City of Strongsville Service Department at 440-580-3170.
Attention -Homeowners, Realtors and Title Companies
Please direct all inquiries concerning the status of homeowner accounts, etc. to our Property Management Company for action. The telephone number for our Manager, Kyle Pelfrey, appears at the bottom of this screen. Be advised that you will be directed to Homewise.com for this information. Homewise.com does charge a fee for this service. The fee amount is in the neighborhood of $135.00.
Please use this website as a resource to answer you questions, keep up-to-date on current events or to make suggestions. In the event of a problem with the common grounds, playground, tennis court, or to inquire about dues payments, etc., please contact our property manager, Kyle Pelfrey, at the number provided below. To contact the board of trustees, please email trustees@deerfieldlakeHOA.com
Important Notice about Geese
Just a reminder to our residents: Please not to feed the geese in our lakes. The association is spending money each year trying to keep the geese away from our lakes, and feeding them only encourages them to stay and nest. The geese leave a huge mess around the lakes, and the big flocks have been known to become aggressive and territorial. We have recently installed geese-deterent lights in both lakes. Please do your part to help keep our neoighborhood clean and safe by not feeding the waterfowl.
How to register for DLHOA web account.
Lately, we have been getting few requests that are not complete. Please make sure that you fill out the required fields completely. All the requests that are not complete will be deleted immediately. Please make sure that you state you street number and street name with your full phone number so we could easily authenticate your eligibility. Applications not containing a valid Deerfield Lake Street Address will also be deleted, immediately