Long Lake Village Subdivision was established in 1971. Our close proximity to exemplary schools – Costello Elementary, Larson Middle, and Athens High – as well as convenient shopping and various houses of worship, makes it one of the most marketable subdivisions in the eastern part of Troy.
Houses make a subdivision, but people make a neighborhood.
There are 307 homes in Long Lake Village. It’s Board of Directors represents the interest of the residents in matters related to civic legislation, public safety, environmental and property welfare and provides opportunities for social growth and development.
The Association does not engage in partisan politics and its officers/directors serve without compensation.
Dues are $25.00 per household per year. This covers the period of our fiscal year of January 1 through December 31. Funds are used for continued maintenance and development of entrance islands, Security Patrol, recreational and social activities for all members such as the Easter Egg Hunt, Garage Sale, and Christmas Luminaries are benefits to paid membership.