Frequently Asked Questions

I want to rent the recreation center. What do I need to do?

How do I access the Recreation Center and tennis courts?

I lost my recreation center key. How do I get another one?

I am new to Rabbit Run and need to set up garbage collection service. Which service do you recommend?

Why aren't pool passes distributed in November when annual dues payments are made?

Why are annual dues paid in November?

When are board meetings held?

Do all residents in Rabbit Run pay for maintenance of the small lake behind some of the homes behind Comanche Trail and Blenheim?

Is the subdivision of four-unit condominiums at Fort Harrods Drive and Harrodsburg Road part of our association?

I may be interested in joining the board. What do I need to do?

Who is our city councilperson?

My teenager is interested in working as a lifeguard at the pool. Whom should he call?

I want to rent the recreation center. What do I need to do?
First, check the recreation center calendar on the Web site to check on availability. If your date appears to be available, email rabbit.run@twc.com or call 859-312-3710 to confirm (since another member may have already called about the same date and it is in the process of being booked). Once you confirm availability, complete the rental agreement form posted on the Association's website and forward it with the necessary deposit and rental fee checks to the management company.  (See fees listed on website.) Contact the management company at 312-3710 for details. The center is only available for rental to members in good standing, and the date is firmly booked for you once rental agreement and deposit and rental checks are received.

How do I access the Recreation Center and tennis courts? 
When you moved to Rabbit Run, the previous owner of your residence should have passed along a plastic black "key" with a serial number on it. This key allows you to access the recreation center and tennis courts. If you did not receive a key, please contact the management company at 312-3710 or by e-mail at rabbit.run@twc.com.

I lost my recreation center key. How do I get another one? 
Call the managing agent at 312-3710. Replacement keys are $15 each.

I am new to Rabbit Run and need to set up garbage collection service.  Which service do you recommend? 
Rabbit Run is not within the urban service area in Lexington where local government-operated garbage collection, recycling and leaf collection services are provided. The Rabbit Run Homeowner's Association and board are not permitted to endorse garbage collection or recycling services. Contact private services directly to obtain pricing and other information, and certainly feel free to ask you new neighbors for feedback.

Why aren't pool passes distributed in November when annual dues payments are made? 
Pool passes are distributed for each family a few weeks before the pool opens (Memorial Day weekend) so that we can ensure the passes are produced using the most up-to-date homeowners association member listing. We do have residents moving in and out of the neighborhood between November and May, and since the passes are ONLY needed to access the pool in the summer, waiting to distribute these in late spring is more prudent. Watch for a pool pass form to complete and return in early spring.

Why are annual dues paid in November? 
When the Rabbit Run Homeowner's Association was established, the legal documents that were created outlined how the Association would operate, and at that time dues were determined to be due in November. Since that time the board has worked to provide some partial payment options for residents so that they may pay dues in increments, as long as dues in full are paid by November 1.  

When are board meetings held?
Association board meetings are held the fourth Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the recreation center in the multi-purpose room. All members are invited to attend.  

Do all residents in Rabbit Run pay for maintenance of the small lake behind some of the homes behind Comanche Trail and Blenheim? 
No. Association dues do not support the operation of the fountain or maintenance of it or the lake. Those expenses are covered solely by the homeowners whose properties back up to the lake. 

Is the subdivision of four-unit condominiums at Fort Harrods Drive and Harrodsburg Road part of our association?
No. The Villages of Rabbit Run is not affiliated with the Rabbit Run Homeowner's Association. This community has its own set of rules and regulations and operates its own clubhouse.  The Rabbit Run Apartment complex is also separate from the Rabbit Run Homeowner's Association.

I may be interested in joining the board. What do I need to do?
You are encouraged to attend a board meeting or contact any board member for more information. Board members reside in the neighborhood and volunteer their time to help make Rabbit Run an even better place to live.  

Who is our city councilperson?

Rabbit Run is located in the tenth council district of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government. Our councilmember is Amanda Mays Bledsoe.

My teenager may be interested in being a lifeguard at the pool.  Whom should she call? 
Call Lexington Pools at 859-621-8966 or 859-621-8967 to obtain information.
 

Rabbit Run Homeowner’s Association
P.O. Box 911143
Lexington, KY 40591-1143

For more information about Rabbit Run Homeowners Association, contact Lancho Management Group at 859-312-3710 or rabbit.run@twc.com. (Pool inquiries should be directed to Lexington Pools at 859-621-8966 or 859-621-8967.)