Just a reminder to all that the lakes in our subdivision are private and only for use by residents of Twin Lakes. Guests are allowed but they must be accompanied by a resident and you must have your TLHA Lake Pass on you. The 2020 Passes will be ordered this week and mailed out to.. read more →

Numerous residents have reported seeing a suspicious vehicle in Twin Lakes Estates over the past few months. The car is an orange mid-2000’s Mitsubishi Eclipse with dark tinted windows, similar to the one pictured. It has been observed driving very slowly through the sub-division during the daylight hours, and typically during the week. It will sometimes.. read more →

From Dorothy Haynes, TLHA Neighborhood Watch Captain: I spoke with the Clay County Sheriff yesterday evening about suspicious activity in our neighborhood so just wanted our members to be aware if you see anything suspicious nearby, and let them know. We were outside yesterday evening, and were approached by a pushy African-American man selling cleaning.. read more →

Residents of Twin Lakes Estates: there was an incident of vehicular vandalism on Marie Place circle during the overnight hours of June 2. The Clay County Sheriff’s dept is investigating the matter, and is asking that if you witnessed anything suspicious that evening, or have any other information that may lead to the perpetrator, to please.. read more →

Clay County Sheriff Keith Trader and Twin Lakes Homes Association Block Captains install the first of several Neighborhood Watch signs on streets within the neighborhood.  From left: Betty Switzer, Sheriff Trader, Kim Parker, and Dorothy Haynes. (Missing is Block Captain Lisa Witt)

With the aid of the Clay County Sheriff Department, members of the Twin Lakes Homes Association installed the first of several “watch” signs at neighborhood entrances to the subdivision on April 1, 2011. A well-organized network of block captains have been appointed to cover each section of the Association. In addition to block captains, several.. read more →