Maintenance Assessments are paid quarterly on the 1st of

January,  April,  July,  and October

Effective 01/01/2018 - Assessments are $592.80 annually -
paid in quarterly installments of $148.20 per quarter.

If payment is not received and posted by the 15th following due date,

a $15.00 late fee will be assessed.

Accounts not paid in full will be turned over to Association attorney for collections ~

Accounts turned over to Association attorney will be subject to attorney fees and costs.

Please mail payment to:

Lakewood Crossing HOA - 3623
C/O FirstService Residential
PO Box 11980
Newark, NJ 07101-4980

Please make sure your account number is clearly written on your check.

NOTE: The Board of Directors has requested FirstService Residential
mail quarterly statements versus sending coupon books effective 1/1/17.  

As the preferred way  of accepting payments, we invite you to set up automatic or one-time payments online through our provider, ClickPay . Payments can be made online for FREE  by e-Check (ACH) from your bank account or by all major credit cards for a nominal fee. To get started, visit:

*Please allow up to 3-4 business days for payments made to be applied to your account with management.  If you have questions about your statement or current balance due please reach out to:

Jen Lehmann with First Service Residential -


8.3 Purpose of Assessments

The assessments levied by the Association shall be used exclusively for the purpose of promoting the health, safety, welfare and enjoyment of the Development, and in particular for the maintenance of the Common Areas including the Wetlands, the Common Facilities, and properties, services and facilities devoted to this purpose and related to be use and enjoyment of the Common Areas and the Common Facilities, including, but not limited to, the payment of real estate taxes on the Common Areas, the payment of liability, casualty, worker's compensation, and fidelity insurance premiums and such other insurance premiums as may be deemed necessary from time to time on the Common Areas and/or the Common Facilities, fund reserves for replacement of improvements to the Common Areas or Common Facilities, the payment of interest, the cost of maintenance, upkeep and repair of the Common Areas or Common Facilities, including, but not limited to, the cost of maintenance, upkeep and repair of the Wetlands, the cost of labor, management, supervision and operation necessary or desirable for the use and enjoyment of the Common Areas or Common Facilities, and to provide funds for the Association to carry out its duties set forth herein or in its Articles of Incorporation or By-laws. The Association may also, at its option, levy assessments for the payment of property hazard insurance premiums on a master policy covering all of the Units in the Development.