new home sales sizzle

18 Sep 2014 - News

New home sales continue to skyrocket here in Oakhurst and Auburn Trails.  Sales YTD are 241 homes vs. last years 184 homes.  As Oakhurst gets closer to being completed, Auburn Trails is picking up the slack with 123 new home sales this year vs. 70 at the same time last year.

New sections of Auburn Trails are opening up, and there are still opportunities within Oakhurst in Woodlake. The Greens, and Eaglewood Estates neighborhoods  Tell a friend...we are the best kept secret in Kingwood!

wm sticker program

11 Sep 2014 - News

A valid Waste Management sticker is required to receive garbage collection service.  It will be mailed to your service address once your balance has been paid.

If you are a new resident, call 1-800-800-5804 to establish an account; make payment; WM will mail you a sticker to adhere to your garbage can; place can with sticker curbside for collection.

Your garbage service IS NOT paid by your annual association dues, or through payment of any utilities or property tax bills.  Payments are made directly to Waste Management for service.

The OCA Board hopes this information is helpful...thanks!

shred your old documents...

19 Aug 2014 - News

Identity Theft is one of the nation’s fastest growing most expensive criminal enterprises. Each year more than 25k Texans report becoming the victims of Identity Theft!

On Saturday, September 13 from 9 a.m. to noon at The Lodge on Rockcreek Drive, The Oakhurst Community Association in partnership with Waste Management will sponsor our 1st Annual Free On-Site Document Shredding event.

Bring your paper documents down to The Lodge on Rockcreek Drive through the circular parking lot to drop off your shred items to the Community Committee volunteers who will process those items for shredding.

Limit 6 document boxes of material.

Wear your facility band or bring ID for entry.

Detention area

13 Aug 2014 - News

The newest clearing adjacent to our entry is a detention area...this is a dry area designed to capture excess water during Houston rain events.  This detention area will serve the Valero station as well as all future development along Northpark between the Valero & Rock Creek Drive.

The reason for the clearing across the back of the properties, is there will be a 42" drainage line serving all these properties.  This will then flow into the detention area and then funnel into the city of Houston drainage system when excessive rain occurs.  No one likes to see all these trees removed, but it is the only way for efficient construction of this area.  Oakhurst also has a detention area at the back of Woodlake designed to handle excessive rainfall for our is a requirement for all development.

The developer and the Kingwood Place West POA will ensure that the parcel functions as intended but also fits into our community with the planting of many new trees. 

growth and change...

06 Aug 2014 - News

With growth, comes change and both are happening in and around the Oakhurst community.  A Valero convenience store/gas station is now under construction on Nothpark, west of Hwy 59.

Additionally, daily lane closures on Northpark have begun, to make way for a much improved look for this entry into Kingwood.  The Kingwood Place West Assoc. & the city of Houston under "adopt an esplanade" have installed irrigation and many additional planting areas will be added between Hwy 59 & Loop 494.  Over $50,000 has been allocated to this project, so be on the watch for this "new improved" look for Northpark Dr.

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Annual community garage sale information

2014 hoa Meetings

association meeting schedule

  • August 21, 2014 (agenda)
  • November 20, 2014

All meetings will begin at 7PM in The Lodge Pool Clubhouse unless otherwise specified.
Please mark your calendars!

Mud Meetings

mud district #83, #84 and Porter meeting info

vacation watch

an added sense of security when you go on vacation or out of town.


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