If you have an emergency involving life or property, please immediately dial 9-1-1.

 

The LakeLand Village Security Team is here to be an extra set of eyes in our community and promote safety and security in the Village.

Our Security Team personnel are out at all hours of the day and night providing the following services and more:

360-340-3931

  • We drive a minimum of three times per day:
    • Early Morning – joggers and school children
    • Early Evening – joggers, dog walkers, and “play” time for school kids
    • Late Evening – looking for cars or persons that are non-residents.
  • We respond to resident concerns or minor emergencies.
  • We provide visible surveillance for major holidays, i.e. New Years, 4th of July and Halloween and early warning for sightings of Santa Claus at Christmas and the Easter Bunny at Easter.
  • We “look over” property of residents that have provided information regarding their absence.

We live in a wonderful and unique community. The Security Team personnel are your friends and neighbors, but they are not a replacement for Mason County Sheriffs.

If you need to contact security, they can be reached at (360) 340-3931. They are available from 6:30 AM to 11:00 PM  7 days a week. If you don’t get through, leave a voicemail and they will get back to you as soon as possible.  There are pockets within the Village that cause you to leave a message – someone will immediately respond.

Please do not call the security personnel at their individual homes. Please do feel free to stop security personnel as they drive around and introduce yourself. We are constantly growing and with lots of new people it is hard to recognize everyone.

Each of us can do several things to help our Security Team keep our community the way we want it:

  • If you have children that ride bikes or skateboards, please instruct them to obey the traffic laws for their own safety as well as the safety of the motorists in our community. Just one disregard of a STOP sign or riding through an intersection without looking can cause a serious accident that may result in injury or worse.
  • If your children complain about being asked by Security Team personnel to refrain from some activity, please contact the Community Club Office if you feel some injustice was done. Please remember, the Security Team personnel are just trying to promote safe traffic movement and keep anyone from getting injured.
  • If you are going out of town, be sure to complete a Yellow Security Form so that Security can keep an eye on your property while you are away.

Your current Security Team personnel are Rick Skelton  (Lead), Pete Fischer and Don Huibregtse. Stop by and say, “Hi!”, and let’s all work together to keep our community safe!