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Book Your Time to Swim Now
OVA’s West and East pools are reopening tomorrow, Tuesday, October 13. You can click here to book your time to swim now.
Toxic Waste Collection
Toxic Waste Collection November 10, 2020
Oakmont has a community toxic waste collection from 2 to 7 p.m. Location and time will be provided when you call to schedule an appointment.
LIMITS: 15 gallons of liquid (max. of 5 gallons per container) or 125 pounds of solid material – NEVER mix chemicals. Place in sealed containers in the trunk, packed to prevent spills. Syringes/needles musts be in sealed, approved Sharps containers.
NOT ACCEPTED: Explosives or ammunition – radioactive materials – biological wastes (except syringes) – TVs, computer monitors and other electronics – business waste.
Please call 707-364-6927 to schedule an appointment or ask questions.
(Only 100 appointments available – first come, first served)
Solar Canopies Update
SOLAR CANOPY IN BERGER CENTER PARKING LOT
Due to the Glass fire, the solar systems being installed by Solar Craft have been delayed. Final PGE Permission to Operate is now anticipated in February, 2021, meaning that OVA will not start enjoying the benefits of solar power until Spring.
ONLINE OAKMONT ACTIVITIES FOR WEEKS OF OCTOBER 12 AND 19
Submit Your Announcements Through OakmontVillage.com/Submit
Starting today, you can now submit your club news articles, e-blast announcements, and letters to the editor all through our website at https://oakmontvillage.com/submit. Please check out the form and send any questions to email@example.com.
Oakmont Sunday Symposium Broadcast Series
Due to the ongoing coronavirus safety protocols, speakers have been engaged to present either pre-recorded sessions or to appear in LIVE sessions. You won’t want to miss any talks, so please check the Upcoming Talks page weekly for the latest instructions: http://oakmontsundaysymposium.org Join each Sunday at 11 a.m. on the date of the talk to engage with the speaker.
Oct 18: Brian Sobel: 2020 Election Overview
The upcoming November 2020 election has been filled with political drama, issues and controversy. Candidates try to influence voters with their message through the media and in person, while the hoped-for success of their plans is measured by polls. Brian Sobel will speak about the candidates and issues as well as the operations that go on behind the scenes in an election year. He will call on his long and successful career of political analysis to take you into the world of politics, 2020 style. Sobel has provided political and military commentary for a number of media outlets and appears as a political analyst on KTVU Channel 2.
Firefighter In Need
CAPTAIN MICHAEL MUSGROVE HELPED PROTECT OAKMONT , NOW IT’S TIME FOR US TO GIVE BACK
While Captain Michael Musgrove and his crew were working in Oakmont to hold back the fast-approaching wildfire, Musgrove’s house on St. Helena Road in rural Santa Rosa went up in flames and could not be saved, almost to the day one year ago that he unexpectedly lost his 20-year-old daughter. He had owned the house for only two days and had not yet arranged for fire insurance.
A Gofundme page has been set up for Captain Musgrove aimed at raising $750,000. Please click here to contribute if you can.