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"A neighbor is a person who can get to
your house in less than a minute and
takes two hours to go back home."



Homeowners Association or Neighborhood Association?

A homeowners association (HOA) is a formal legal entity created to maintain common areas and enforce private deed restrictions and covenants.

  • Membership is mandatory for all property owners within the boundaries of the association.
  • Members are required to pay established maintenance and carrying fees.
  • Homeowners associations have the legal authority to enact and enforce maintenance and design standards above and beyond those required by City ordinance.
  • Homeowners associations are corporations with formal bylaws and a governing board.


A neighborhood association (NA) is a voluntary association of homeowners, renters, property and business owners where there is no formal homeowners association.

  • Participation is on a volutary basis for residents living within the neighborhood area.
  • There are no required fees or dues to be paid.
  • Neighborhood associations do not have any legal authority to enforce covenants.


Why start a Neighborhood Association?

  • To build community pride and ownership among residents (neighborhood networks)
  • To offer an organized method to meet and get to know your neighbors
  • To provide an structured plan to promote, perserve, and improve the quality of life in your neighborhood and community
  • To identify and resolve neighborhood issues in an organized manner
  • To partner with city staff to make a positive impact in your neighborhood


Benefits to Strengthening Owasso’s neighborhoods:

  • Build neighborhood networks – get to know your neighbors
  • Increase citizen participation – take ownership in your community – Get Involved
  • Improve quality of life in neighborhoods & community – Make a difference
  • Improve physical condition/appearance of properties in neighborhoods
  • Improve Public Safety – Work with Police, Fire & Emergency Personnel

Register your neighborhood HOA or Neighborhood Association with the Owasso Strong Neighborhood Initiative - form

Neighborhoods registered with Owasso's Strong Neighborhood Initiative:

# = Alert Neighborhood Program / * = Sign Toppers

Ator Heights Neighborhood Network

Bailey Ranch Homeowners Association -- website

Barrington Point HOA

# Brentwood Village HOA

# * Brookfield Crossing POA

Cambridge Park HOA

# Caudle Estates HOA

# Cedar Crest Apartments

Central Park HOA -- website

# * Coffee Creek Property Owners -- website

# * Country Estates Neighborhood Network - website

# Crescent Ridge HOA - website

# * El Rio Vista Neighborhood Network

# * Elm Creek Estates - Homeowners Affiliation

Fairways at Bailey Ranch - website

# Greens at Owasso-Phase III Apartments

# * Hale Acres Neighborhood Association

# * Honey Creek at Bailey Ranch HOA - website

Lakes at Bailey Ranch HOA

# Lake Valley Homeowners Association - website

# Maple Glen HOA - website

Meadowcrest Homeowners Association

# Metro Heights I Association

New Brunswick HOA

Nottingham Estates Association -- website

Preston Lakes HOA -- website

Remington Place HOA - website

Silver Creek Homeowners Association -- website

# The Falls at Garrett Greek HOA - website

Three Lakes cul-de-sac Neighborhood Network

# * Three Lakes Property Owners Association

Three Lakes II Renovation

# * Wilawood Neighborhood Association

Windsor Lake HOA




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