Mobile Responsive Website

OKHOA.org recently updated our website so that we are now Mobile Responsive! This means that our website is much easier to read and more user friendly to those who may be accessing the website from smartphones, Ipads, etc. The website adapts the view and size according to the device that is accessing it.

For those using smaller devices, note the Menu button right at the top.

Gathering Reminder

Reminder regarding the 2014 Country Place Home Owners Association Open House on September 25th from 6:00 to 8:00pm.  The Open House will take place at the Ideal Homes Sales model, located in Country Place. The purpose of the Open House is to have the opportunity for the community to meet and greet one another.  I will also have community information for you to pick up. You may come and go as you please, or stick around to ask questions if you like. Food and beverages will be provided.

Address of the Open House is 2341 SW 135th Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73170
Thank you.

Country Place Section 12

There has been some discussion regarding Country Place Section 12 near the Penn entry. I have provided some information below that I believe will help.

The proposed homes built along SW 140th Street near the Penn entry will be similar as the existing homes in Country Place also known as the Signature Line of Ideal Homes. They’ll also be similar sqft’d and home prices.

I have attached the proposed plat that will be filed with the city for your reference. It will fenced along the South edges of Lots 1-6 block 36. Lot 7 block 36 will be separate from Country Place HOA.

Thank you.

Proposed Plat Country Place 12

Common Area Trees

In the days to come, the Association will be replacing a few trees in our common areas including 134 frontage and some in the medians. If you have noticed white tape wrapped around the trunks, those are the trees that will be replaced.

CP Tree 2

Snow Plowing

There has been some communication regarding street plowing in the community. This is something that has been executed in the past and turns out not to be as effective. Beyond being costly to the Association’s budget, there are a few points on why it’s not recommended to remove snow from the community.

-The Association wouldn’t be able to remove all the snow from every street in the community.

-Snow placement after it’s plowed.

-Plowing community streets increases the chance of street damage.

-Lastly, once you’re out of the community that’s plowed, is it safe to be traveling city streets?

It is advised to use your best judgment driving residential streets and to stay home if deemed necessary.

Thank you.