If you are considering adding or modifying any of these on your property — fence, deck, gazebo, screened porch, room addition, patio, house color, trellis, privacy wall, in-ground portable basketball sleeve, sunroom — one of the following forms must be submitted prior to any work started. However, submitting a form does not give you authority to proceed with work! You must allow up to 30 days after receipt of all required documents for approval (remember, we are volunteers). There are now “Pre-approved” modifications for such things as landscaping, playsets, swing sets, trampolines, retaining walls, and others and they can be found inside the Architectural Guidelines page of this website.
Oakhurst Community Pavilion
This form must be submitted (two weeks in advance of your event) to use the Oakhurst pavilion or common property near the OAKS Clubhouse for a personal event/party. A refundable deposit for restroom cleaning is required.
NOTE: This form is for use of the Oakhurst pavilion or common property near the clubhouse ONLY. This does not include the use of The Oaks Recreational Club (ORC), which is a private club that maintains ownership of the clubhouse and pool facilities located at Oakhurst Community Park. You may visit Oaks Recreational Club for clubhouse rental information.
Other Forms for Oakhurst Homeowners
All organized sports teams and (sport) camps to use the Oakhurst Community Sports Courts and Fields must submit this form (two weeks in advance of your activities). A non-refundable user fee is required for a reservation. We require teams to provide a certificate of insurance naming the Oakhurst Community Association as an additional insured.
Transfer Of Ownership / Notification Of Sale
The Selling Owner must supply the New Owner with copies of the Declaration, By-Laws, and Rules & Regulations and Architectural Guidelines of the Association so that they are aware of the provisions contained therein. Copies of these documents can be downloaded from the Association’s website https://www.oakhurstcommunity.org or obtained from the Property Manager for a fee. The Selling Owner must supply the Property Manager with the names and addresses of the New Owner, as well as a forwarding address and telephone number for themselves. C. With 30 days’ notice and upon written documentation that paragraphs A. and B. have been complied with, the Selling Owner may request a closing statement setting forth the amount of any unpaid assessments and other charges due and owing from said Owner from the Property Manager. The Property Manager may collect a fee not to exceed $50 for this service.
The Board needs to be notified of rules infractions by Residents that witness them, in order to effectively enforce the Rules and Regulations. While the Board does not serve as a mediator or referee between disputing homeowners, each Resident’s cooperation and participation are required. A complaint can be made by posting it on the Property Manager’s website, or by completing this form and submitting it to the Property Manager.