How to run for the board...
28 Feb 2015 - News
2015 marks the first elections for our resident board and here is how you can volunteer your time
The board consists of five positions, and any resident of Oakhurst at Kingwood may volunteer their time to serve on the board.
The Oakhurst Community Association wants to give every residential community member the opportunity to run. In doing so, we want the process to be a simple path, yet make the process restricted enough to make a nominee think about their registration of commitment needed to be a director. This position is an important responsibility to the Oakhurst Community residents.
The registration period shall be from March 1 to March 20, 2015. No applications will be accepted after the cut-off date of March 20th. As registrants are signed up and after they have been qualified by the Nomination Committee, each registrant will be placed on the Online Ballot for viewing. Proxies will be mailed to residents on March 25, 2015 and must be returned by end of business April 27, 2015 to the CAM Office.
In order to get your name on the ballot, you must send the required information to Community Asset Management by e-mail or by using the online registration form. A nomination committee will qualify your application and compile your information to be placed on the ballot that will be cast at the annual meeting 04/28/2015.
See our election information page for positions and resources.
hoops for the hoopster...
28 Feb 2015 - News
There has been discussion about basketball goals and what a resident can and cannot have. It is important to note that all installed play structures including basketball goals must be approved by the Architectural Review Committee (ARC) prior to installation.
Portable basketball goals:
- The portable goal must be in or adjacent to owner’s driveway
- The portable goal cannot be in place for more than 24 consecutive hours.
- The portable goal must be stored out of view from any roadway.
- The portable goal cannot be used in any public common area including streets or sidewalks
Installed basketball goal:
- Must be installed on ridged steel or aluminum pole that has a manufactures weather coating or is painted white or black.
- Must be installed perpendicular to roadway.
- Must be installed behind the centerline of the house as measured from the front of house.
- This is the half the measured distance from the front of the house to the rear of the house.
- Must not be within 10 (ten) feet of a neighbors amenities (shrubs, a/c units, meters etc.).
See the full text of the deed restrictions here.
It's Kleenwood Time Again...
28 Feb 2015 - News
The 12th annual Travis McCormick Kleenwood Day will be held Saturday, March 21st 2015 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM. Join your neighbors and friends as we help “Kleen” up our communities during this annual event. Sign up to volunteer in Oakhurst by emailing Jim Hamilton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oakhurst volunteers will meet at The Lodge on Rock Creek Dr. for donuts and coffee at 8:00 AM. You will be given a brief safety overview and pick up supplies.
The Kleenwood event will be followed by the 2nd annual eco-fair at the Pines Montessori School located at 3535 Cedar Knolls from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM.
Hot dogs and music will be provided at the fair for all.
facility bands beyond the pool...
20 Feb 2015 - News
We all know Facility Bands (formerly known as pool tags) are required to enter the Pool and Splashpad facilities. But do we need them after the summer is over?
In 2014, your association board heard the request from residents and our neighborhood watch volunteers about the need to easily distinguish non-members using association facilities. Along came Facility Bands to the rescue…
The Board encourages all residents to wear the bands when utilizing association facilities (parks, basketball court, etc.). It assists you and our security team in easily identifying the presence of non-association members using those facilities. The New Year also brings new events, exclusive to the Oakhurst at Kingwood Community. These events will require you to wear the Facility Band to attend. Included in these events are the monthly homeowner’s classes and Memorial Day Barbeque cooking class.
So after the pool season is over, don’t throw them away! If you no longer have your 2014 Facility Band, bring a photo ID to any association-sponsored event prior to the 2015 bands being issued.
Facility Bands are renewed annually (generally issued near the beginning of May) and there is no fee for the first 4 bands per household. After the 4th band, there is a fee of $10.00 per band. Replacement bands are also $10.00 each. Children under 3 are not required to have a band. Residents with a band are allowed one guest each, unless events or classes are otherwise designated as resident only.
Bands can be obtained at the Community Asset Management office located at 9802 FM 1960 Bypass W, #210, during normal business hours.
Oakhurst Family Night
19 Feb 2015 - News
Oakhurst Golf Club has planned another Oakhurst Family Night. Come meet your neighbors, enjoy a steak dinner with potato bar, garden salad and rolls. The dinner will be held at the golf club on Saturday, February 28, 2015 from 5:00p-8:00p. Reservations are required!
Avoid stress and traffic by enjoying a relaxed meal close to home that you don’t have to cook.
Make your reservations now for the Oakhurst Family Night steak dinner by calling (281) 354-4653 ext. 5.
More details are provided in the flyer.
The Oakhurst Golf Club House is located at 20700 Mills Branch Drive, right in the heart of Oakhurst at Kingwood.
2015 hoa Meetings
association meeting schedule
- April 9, 2015
- April 28, 2015
- June 11, 2015
- August 13, 2015
- October 8, 2015
- December 10, 2015
Annual Meeting and Election: Bens Branch Elementary, 6:30PM
All meetings will begin at 7PM in The Lodge Pool Clubhouse unless otherwise specified.
Please mark your calendars!
OCA Calendar of Events
- A.R.C. Class - March 14
- Kleenwood Day - March 21
mud district #83, #84 and Porter meeting info