Association Overview

All Oakmont residents belong to the Oakmont Village Association (OVA) that provides governance for the community. The OVA has a seven-member volunteer board of directors who are elected by the residents to oversee policies on architecture, land use and facilities, communications and  long range planning. Resident volunteers serve on subcommittees of the board and on ad-hoc committees.

Visit our video page to see full board meetings.

The Oakmont News, an OVA publication, is published twice monthly and mailed to every resident home. It is also posted online, including news updates that occur since the last printed edition.

Association dues are $58 per person monthly and support maintenance of common areas, facilities and programs.

Some housing is located in maintained, or homeowner association, areas where landscaping and house painting are taken care of for residents. In addition to OVA fees, a homeowner’s association assesses dues based on services rendered.  The League of Maintained Area Associations (LOMAA) is an organization composed of members of these various Maintained Areas and helps them stay up to date on legal and other issues.