Volunteer neighborhood representatives represent homeowners at OCA meetings. A committee of neighborhood representatives represents each single-family neighborhood. Each of the Townhouse neighborhoods has a sub-association that is separate from the master association, OCA. Single-family neighborhood representative committees consist of three residents, except Inverness, which consists of five. Townhouse neighborhoods are represented by one person, generally an officer of the sub-association. Apartment residents are represented by an apartment manager.
Neighborhood representatives are the voting members for each neighborhood, for the election of directors, and for other issues for which voting is required. They are provided with information on Board activities and other details regarding the subdivision. They interface with residents in their respective neighborhoods to provide assistance where needed. They also interface with the Board on behalf of the residents of their neighborhood to provide a communication link to the Board, and provide input to the Board on issues that arise in their neighborhood.