OVA Moves 2030 Forward with $100K Commitment

            Committing to “a community wide discussion regarding the future of Oakmont,” the OVA Board of Directors approved spending up to $100,000 to hire professional community

Antone Promoted to General Manager

            Christel Antone, who has been with the Oakmont Village Association for the past four years, most recently as architectural and compliance director, is OVA’s new

State of OVA; Service Awards

            With a goal of “re-establishing civility” throughout the Oakmont community, the OVA board has “managed to sustain courteous, sincere engagement with our membership,” outgoing Board

Board: Masking Rule Lifted

                    The Oakmont Village Association has lifted mask mandates and restrictions on indoor and outdoor gatherings.             The OVA Board voted unanimously Feb. 15 to follow county

Dog Park Path Fix

            Improvements to provide a safe, all-weather pathway through the Happy Tails Dog Park were authorized Jan. 18 by the OVA Board of Directors. The new,

Berger Refresh Approved; Cost up to $110K

            The OVA will spend up to $110,000 to refresh Berger Center with new paint, lighting and electrical upgrades, automated room-darkening shades, a new stage curtain

OVA: Elnoka Plans “Deficient”

            The Draft Environmental Impact Report on Elnoka, a proposed continuing care retirement community bordering Oakmont, is “deficient” in its analysis of wildfire risk, traffic/transportation, zoning

Rowland is New OVA General Manager

Kimberly Rowland, who has extensive experience operating homeowner associations, was named general manager of the Oakmont Village Association effective March 22.        Introduced at the March

New Deadline for Juniper Removal

            In yet another change in its Juniper policy, the board adopted a second amended Firewise Landscape Policy moving mandatory removal of Junipers back one year,

Kendrick is New OVA President

           Tom Kendrick, vice president of the OVA board since April 2018, was unanimously elected president at the board’s Nov. 17 virtual meeting. He succeeds Steve

Board Looks At Landscape Policy

            A three-phase Fire Safe Landscape Policy beginning with the removal of flammable plants and finely shredded bark within five feet of each house and

OVA Reopening Some Facilities

            After much discussion regarding liability and enforcement, the Oakmont Village Association board voted unanimously to open facilities for tennis, pickleball, petanque, bocce, shuffleboard, horseshoes,

OVA To Accept Credit Cards

The OVA Board at its March meeting also approved a new Oakmont group, AV Coordinators, which will train and manage using new, modern AV equipment at the East Rec Center.