Lost Lake Security

The speed limit is 20 MPH on all roads. The roads are narrow with many curves. There are more kids riding bikes and walkers so PLEASE keep to the limit. All homeowners are responsible for YOUR guests. Please remind them to watch their speed when theyvisit you which include your teen visitors.If the gate arms are up for any reason, the STOP SIGNS are still to be obeyed. This is true for the entering through the exit or exiting through the entrance unless you are directed otherwise.

Vehicles needing decals for the 2021 season need to be registered by March 1st 2021 and placed in the LOWER DRIVER SIDE WINDSHIELD.

Security is to enforce the Rules and Regulations set by the POA. All criminal issues you should call the Ogle County Sheriff’s Department first at 815-732-2136 or 911 if an emergency. You may call security next in case we can assist Ogle County Sheriff in anyway.If you have an issue with your neighbor, Security suggests trying to communicate respectfully with your neighbor first. Sometimes just opening up a conversation goes a long way. If you have a complaint or a security concern, please calls us at 815-973-4567.

Do not make a complaint to a board member. Security DOES NOT monitor ANY social media. If you don’t call us, we don’t know about it.Security DOES NOT monitor ANY social media. Regardless if you do not like/approve of your Lost Lake Security, you do your neighbor a disservice by not notifying Security or Local Law Enforcement directly. If all you do is go onto your favorite social media platform such as Next door to complain about something. All you are doing is spreading gossip If you do not call us, we will not know about it. We have no issue about posting on your Social Network as long as you also include us. If we feel it is relevant to post on our BOLO list, we will post it.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do you pull vehicles over like a police officer does?
A: No we do not. 
Q: If a guest of mine is caught violating the rules and regulations such as speeding do they get the violation or fine?
A: No.  The violation will go to the homeowner.  If a fine is assessed you can ask your guest to pay you to pay the fine.  All violations will go under a homeowner’s name.  Please remind your guests to follow the rules especially the speed limit and traffic control signs.
Q: Why is security not checking decals/guest passes at the lake?
A: Currently Security is not covered liability on RCD property.  We are in negotiations with the RCD to get back onto the property and trying to work out the details on how to do it legally and lawfully.  In the meantime Security still asks that all members display their decals or if they have allowed a guest to use the lake, to give them a Guest Pass and have them display it in their window.
Q: I found a dead deer in my yard that was killed by a hunter.  I thought there was no hunting in Lost Lake?
A: There is no hunting allowed in Lost Lake and most recently we have learned no hunting is allowed at the golf course, however in the surrounding area including parts inside RCD property specifically near the campground, bow hunting is allowed.  The shot could have been made in those areas and the animal walked out of the hunting area and died in another location which could have been your property.

Security Posts

Security Team

Jack Skrogstad

Jack Skrogstad

Security Officer

31 years with the Lee County Sheriff’s Department working in the jail, retiring May 2020. Last 5 years was Jail Superintendent which oversaw and directed jail operations, including supervising personnel, inmates, security, safety, food and health/mental services, visitation procedures, etc. Supervised 12 full time corrections and various part time officers. Jack was also involved in the development of the newly constructed Lee County Jail which opened for occupancy in November 2019.
In December 2006, Jack was first hired by Lost Nation/Newlanding (now United Lost Lake) and the RCD. In 2018 he became a part time employee for United Lost Lake as a Security Officer.

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David Glessner

Security Officer

25 years with the Lee County Sheriff’s Department starting out in patrol, then into detectives and now currently serving as Chief Deputy. As Chief Deputy he is the second in command under the Sheriff, he oversees the Sheriff’s Department Budget, acts as the Human Resource Officer for the Department and oversees over all divisions within the department.
In December 2006, David was first hired by Lost Nation/Newlanding (now United Lost Lake) and the RCD. In 2018 he became a part time employee for United Lost Lake as a Security Officer.

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Chris Cox

Security Officer

25 years combined with Rochelle Police, Ogle County Sheriff and Currently with the Dixon Police Department. Chris started with the Rochelle Police Department, then working with the Ogle County Sheriff, then transferred to the Dixon Police Department as a patrolman and is currently acting as the Dixon High School Resource Officer. As a High School Resource Officer Chris not only provides security within the school but acts as a Police officer liaison with the school, children and their parents. Chris was the middle school resource officer for many years when he was asked to take over the high school for the 2020-2021 school year.
In June 2015 Chris joined the security team to fill in some of the hours needed and along with Jack and David in 2018 was hired as a part time employee for Untied Lost Lake as a Security Officer.