Killearn Lakes is a wonderful place to live and raise a family. We are blessed with a natural setting which many equate to a State Park. We have three community parks and five lakes among our many amenities which add to the value of our living experience. The five lakes have docks and boat landings. Killearn Lakes is now a community composed of almost 3,000 acres with 4,225 property owners.











We have three community parks and five lakes among our many amenities which add to the value of our living experience.

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Please nominate your fellow neighbors for our Christmas Light Contest. Below you can submit their property address and a photo(s). You can also send your submission to our email account: admin@killearnlakeshoa.org.

Nominations will be accepted beginning on Friday, November 25, 2022, through 11:59 PM on December 31, 2022. The voting form will go live on January 2, 2023 and remain live through January 31, 2023. Winners will be announced and posted on the KLHOA web site following the February Executive Board meeting on February 9, 2023.

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9924 Waters Meet Drive

Notice: Development Application Review - Former Kohls Department Store

Description: The proposed project is to re-use the existing 99,162 square footage of the former Kohls's Department store to provide self-storage.

Meeting Info: November 2, 2022. 10:00am - DSEM, Renaiisance Center, 2nd Floor, 435 N. Macomb Street.

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Annual Meeting and Election Info Notice

Dear Killearn Lakes Property Owner,

We invite you to attend the Annual Meeting on Saturday, November 5, 2022, at 10:00 a.m., at the Deerlake United Methodist Church, 8013 Deerlake Road South. The meeting will be sponsored by Centennial Bank, and refreshments will be served. The 2023 Board of Directors will be announced, and any other agenda business will be discussed, including a proposed timeline for the continued implementation of the special assessment at Tekesta Park and Lake Monkey Business Park.

There are seven seats on the Board, and all seven members elected to continue their service into year 2023; therefore, pursuant to our Articles of Incorporation and Chapter 720.306, Fla. Stat., an election is not necessary this year and the following volunteers will commence service on the board following the Annual Meeting:

1. Kyle Frost, Unit 1
2. Shaun Kimball, Unit 1
3. Roy Mars II, Unit 1
4. Mark Reichert, Unit 4
5. Matthew Russo, Unit 1
6. Robert Gelhardt, Unit 1
7. Melisa Williams, The Glen

We thank these residents for volunteering their time and for their commitment to our association. Please see biographies of these board members below:

Kyle Frost, Unit 1
Kyle Frost was raised in Killearn Lakes over the last 20 years and loves this community. When deciding where to raise their young family, Frost and his wife chose to return to Killearn Lakes. He currently serves as Commissioner Aide to our Leon County Commissioner in District 4, Commissioner Brian Welch. Frost sits on the Board of Directors of Big Bend Cares Inc, a local non-profit working to aid people living with HIV as well as provide general healthcare to underserved communities. Lastly, he also serves as Chair of the Lawton Chiles High School Foundation, a non-profit organization with the purpose of supporting Lawton Chiles High School and furthering its goal of providing the best education and programs possible. A product of Tallahassee and Leon County, Frost strives to move the entire community forward as the best place to work, play, and raise a family.

Roy Mars II, Unit 1
Roy is a veteran of the United States Air Force. He has lived in six different states over the years. Professionally, Roy is a software designer with the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. He is also the founding lead person on the Nextdoor Killearn Lakes Web site. He has lived in Killearn Lakes since 1989. He and his wife raised both of their children here. His daughters both attended all three of our schools. Roy tells people that Killearn Lakes is the best neighborhood in Leon County and he wouldn’t want to live anywhere else. He is currently serving his fifth term on the KLHOA Board and his fourth term as Board Vice President.

Mark Reichert, Unit 4
A Unit 4 resident, Mark has served as Volunteer Board President the past four years. Director and long-time Chairman of the Fish and Wildlife Committee, a 38-year resident of Killearn Lakes. Retired from the Florida Department of Transportation. Finalist for “Leader of the Year” in 2007, Leadership Tallahassee, Inc. Appointed by Commissioner Bryan Desloge to the Bannerman Road Corridor Study Citizens Advisory Committee. “I would like to continue my long standing activism for the Killearn Lakes Community”.

Matthew Russo, Unit 1
Matt moved to Tallahassee from Virginia in 2002, and has been here ever since. He graduated from Florida State University with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering in 2015. He works for a local firm and is working on obtaining his Professional Engineer certification and license. He and his family moved into Killearn Lakes after graduation, and bought their first house here in 2016.

Melisa Williams, The Glen
I have lived in Killearn Lakes in The Glen subdivision for 15 years. I work full time as a secretary for the Florida Highway Patrol. I retired from the U.S. Army in 2010 after serving 27 years’ active duty. I love the nature setting living in Killearn Lakes. I want to continue to preserve the Killearn Lakes setting like living in a state park and the value that our environment brings to the community. After being a board member volunteer for three years, I want to continue to enforce the covenants that I signed when I moved into my home, to help maintain our property values.

Shaun Kimball, Unit 1
A resident of Unit 1 since 2016, Shaun is currently employed by Ciminelli Real Estate of Florida, as the facilities manager. His responsibilities include managing over 600,000 square feet of commercial real estate. A few of Shaun’s talents include graphic design, property management, masonry, construction management and wildlife management. These skills are so appreciated in our community! We welcome him to the Killearn Lakes Homeowners Association.

Robert Gelhardt, Unit 5
Robert is a current resident of Unit 5. Currently, he owns his own business, an engineering company. He brings wealth of knowledge to our association. Highlights of his skills include: contract management, engineering, consulting and proposals. Additionally, he served on the Downtown Redevelopment Committee for the CRA downtown project. In his spare time, he enjoys maintaining his home and in particular, lawn care, golf, and basketball.