Association Overview

All Oakmont residents are members of the Oakmont Village Association (OVA).  The OVA  is governed by a seven-member volunteer board of directors who are elected by the residents to oversee policies on finance, 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. News updates that occur since the last printed edition are also posted online and emailed to members.

Association dues are $102 monthly per person as of 2021, and fund personnel, maintenance of common areas, facilities and programs.

Almost 60 percent of homes are owner-maintained. The remainder are in sub-homeowner associations (subHOAs), which provide for landscaping, common-owned areas, house painting and other benefits according to the associations bylaws and CC&Rs.  All sub-HOAs have their own dues structures based on services rendered, in addition to OVA dues.  The League of Maintained Area Associations (LOMAA) is an organization composed of board members members sub-HOAs and helps them stay up to date on legal and other issues.