Lake Monticello Owners’ Association welcomes and encourages the use of its facilities, common areas, and amenities by its membership. We have put in place rules and procedures for all types of activities/events for small to large groups whether they are private or open to the public.
Please fill out the contact information below and select the most appropriate section for your event. If you need assistance with this form please reach out to Member Services by calling 434-589-8263 ext 4100
GROUP EVENTS (Social/Recreational or Hobby Groups Public)
Groups of 8-24
A member can without charge schedule and reserve space for a one-time occasion or on a regular, scheduled, and recurring basis. To be eligible for use free of charge and to reserve space, the group needs to consist of not less than eight (8) members and be open free of charge to any members who desire to participate in the activities of the group.
Groups of 25+
For proper coordination of any event with more than 25 participants, approval of the General Manager and coordination of staff and use of facilities, common areas, and amenities are necessary. Most keenly for the safety and enjoyment of participants and the use of the amenities for the entire community.
PRIVATE EVENTS (Social/Recreational Private Groups)
Private events with food and beverage will be coordinated directly with Melissa Osborne by calling 412-715-5894 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and do not require completion of this form. All others will complete this form to initiate the booking process.
SPECIAL EVENTS LARGE AND SMALL (Public)
A special event is any activity that occurs upon public or private property that affects the ordinary use of parks, public streets, rights-of-way, or sidewalks. Special events may include but are not limited to such activities as arts festivals, filming, fairs, tours, concerts, holiday celebrations, bicycle races, runs, walks, parades, marches, and processions.
Individuals or groups wishing to hold events on LMOA common property, or on private property but with an impact on public property such as roads, within the Association limits, including Association common areas, must obtain a Special Event Permit from Lake Monticello Owners’ Association. Event sponsors must submit the application six months prior to the proposed event. Policy Manual Section 6.01 I B provides additional guidance regarding Special Events.
There have been unique requests over the years for the use of common areas by committees, members, and nonprofits for various purposes. Special use of a common area outside of an event also requires an application for consideration by the General Manager.