Located at the Gateway to the Cherokee National Forest and in the Foothills of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Laurel Mountain Lake offers seclusion and privacy, yet lies between Knoxville and Chattanooga, just 20 minutes off I-75.
Message from the President
Welcome to Laurel Mountain Lakes. We strive to keep LML a safe, clean, people friendly place to live. We hope that you enjoy our website and learn more about this great place we call home.
New Board of Directors and Officers
On August 17, your newly elected Board of Directors were installed. Thanks to all of them for serving, and thansk to all our former members who have served. The new board members are listed below:
Jeff Robertson – President
Julio Nunes – Vice President
Patty Williford – Secretary
Jim Williams – LMLA Treasurer/ LMLA Water Treasurer
Ann Barker – Director
Marie Kelley – Director
Matt Loomis – Director
Sandy Nunes – Director
Glenn Tennis – Director
John Tyler – Director
Wanda Tyson – Director
Robby Wooten – Director
Each resident is responsible for making arrangements for entry by visitors, workers and delivery persons, especially during non-working hours. All guests should use the new telephone system to contact the property owner who can provide access from that call. We no longer have a person providing regular gate coverage.
Please have your guests, business deliveries, or contractors call you for admittance if you have not made prior arrangements. Learn More
In an emergency, call 911, say, “I live in the gated community of Laurel Mountain Lakes” then give your emergency info.
Then call (423) 253-4094 and alert the gatehouse who will send additional help to you while waiting for emergency vehicles to arrive. This will save time when emergency vehicles are searching for your home since there are so many roads with similar names. Learn More
Going to be away for a while? Be sure to turn off your water and drain your lines.
If you have a water leak from your water meter into your property, you WILL be charged for those gallons drawn from the system.
Have a question? Call the Water Committee (see contact info in member-only section). Learn More
We are a FIREWISE community. Learn more about it here.
Burn Permit & Wood Chipper Info: For open burning a permit is required from October 15 – May 15 and may be obtained online wwww.BurnSafeTN.org. Contact Sandy Nunes (contact info in member-only section) for more info on cleaning up your property and disposing of brush via the chipper.Learn More
Contact us to get more information or with any questions. Contact Us