​​​​There are several opportunities if you would like to get involved with the community and get to know your neighbors.  Our different committees are always looking for volunteers to help organize activities within the neighborhood and help keep our community beautiful. 

Grounds Committee

The Grounds Committee oversees the Common Areas within our community which includes the landscape maintenance of the common grounds, three lakes, walking paths, mailbox areas and cul de sacs.  This very important committee is made up of residents who volunteer their time to develop projects that maintain and improve the appearance of our naturally wooded community.     

We meet quarterly on the second Tuesday at 6:00 PM for an hour or so. The 2018 meetings are on June 12 and October 9th, the dates will be posted on our website. We meet in the MUD building located at 14410 Mauna Loa.


Please click here to ask the Grounds Committee a question.   

Please click here for the minutes of the Grounds Committee's last meeting.

Please click here to view photos of Woodwind Lakes gardens. 


IRRIGATION HOURS
Hours apply to all sections
9:00 PM to 5:00 AM for all areas
5:00 AM to 7:00 AM – Seasonal color beds
When new plants or sod is installed there will be additional irrigation In those areas for about a week.

Gardening by the month - June


Planting – Use larger containers to avoid frequent watering. In June plant summer blooming perennials and annuals. Keep hanging baskets out of hot afternoon sun.

Vegetable Gardens – Enjoy your harvest of tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, etc. You can still plant eggplants, squash, and pumpkins from seed. Keep an eye out for pests, especially leaf-footed bugs on tomatoes. Provide water for birds nearby, as they sometime peck your fruit and vegetables seeking out moisture.

Mowing – Raise lawn mower blades to cut 3 inches high to retain moisture and prevent diseases and pests.

Weeding – Keep up with weeding in early morning hours. Make sure areas are mulched properly to reduce amount of sprouting weeds

Pruning – Pinch tips of coleus to avoid flowering and encourage bushier and compact growth. Remove spent blooms on spring and summer annuals to promote new blooms. Dead head young Vitex trees to encourage repeat blooms. Remove any diseased or insect damaged foliage on plants.

Fertilizing – Fertilize containers and vegetable beds with slow release organic fertilizers such as micro life or with a liquid fertilizer such as John's Recipe

Water – Deep root watering on trees, lawns and shrubs is best. It encourages roots to move down into the soil where they will be less susceptible to moisture changes. Avoid frequent short periods of watering. Keep your azaleas well-watered as this is the time of year they are setting next year’s blooms.  We have a variety of soaker hoses, sprinklers and gatorbags to help out with watering

Pests – Keep an eye out for pests as well as beneficial insects in your vegetable garden. Pick off pests by hand. Check for snails and slugs early in the morning, when they are active. Pests are very active this time of year, so check your garden daily!

Orchids – Don’t let roots dry out on orchids outside. Shady spots with filtered sunlight are best. Fertilize with a weak liquid solution for orchids.

Birds – Change water regularly in bird baths and keep them full.

Humans- Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of fluids, and wear protective sun gear, use mosquito repellents and granules for protection from bites.

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Families of Woodwind Lakes

This instrumental group coordinates the annual children's events throughout the year including:

4th of July Parade where all can honor Independence Day by decorating their bikes, strollers, wagons and pets to march the parade route starting at the Family Pool and winding around Lake 2.  After the parade, enjoy games, music and refreshments.


WATER WEDNESDAYS - JOIN THE FUN

The "Families of Woodwind Lakes" Committee is coordinating a weekly event for all residents in our community - "Water Wednesdays." Each Wednesday (June - August 9) in the late afternoon (roughly 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM) we will meet at the Family Pool and a food truck/treat truck will be out front at 9015 Woodwind Lakes Drive. The food trucks will alternate between food (hamburgers, wraps, fries) and treats (snow cones, ice cream, cotton candy). Stay and play or grab dinner to go!

Come join the FUN and get to know your neighbors.














National Night Out (Tuesday, October 3, 2017) where you have the opportunity to meet and socialize with your neighbors.  This community building event promotes safety awareness and getting to know your neighbors in an effort to prevent crime in the community.

Christmas Committee

Christmas on the Lake has become one of the years main attractions at Woodwind Lakes.  The Christmas Committee transforms our family pool and lake area into a Winter Wonderland full of fun.  A visit from Santa Claus with an opportunity for pictures, food, entertainment, games, raffles and a silent auction make this a night to remember.  Please check the community calendar for details on upcoming meeting dates and times. Click here to contact the Christmas Committee.    

The Women's Club of Woodwind Lakes


The Women's Club of Woodwind Lakes, formed in March 2004, is open to all women residents of Woodwind Lakes.  The purpose of the club is to provide a fun social environment for members to meet other residents as well as a venue for interesting programs and field trips.  The club also participates in helping an area school and in providing help with neighborhood projects or other needs.  

Meetings are held September through May on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 10:00 AM.






 


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Community Service Organizations and Clubs

Community clubs are a great way to get to know your neighbors and build a community. If you have an idea for a club, just let us know and we'll post the information to this page. You can contact us by clicking here


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