Oak Highlands Homeowners Association
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Oak Highlands and Deer Valley Residents!

We would like to welcome all homeowners, realtors and residents to our website. Here you can find neighborhood news, covenants, the architectural  improvement application and a lot of other useful information. If you have any questions or need assistance of any kind please feel free to call us at:  615.838.2876.

 


Newsletters

OHDV Newsletter Volume 54 - Spring 2018
OHDV Newsletter Volume 54 - Spring 2018

Click here to read the online version of the OHDV Newsletter - Volume 54 - Spring 2018 Edition

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Neighborhood News

Yard of the Month - April 2018
Yard of the Month - April 2018

Congratulations to Charles & Jessica Clanney at 5500 Oak Chase Drive for being the April 2018 Yard of the Month. This yard caught our attention because of plush, thick green grass! Yard was well trimmed and lawn was free from weeds.

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Community Garage Sale
Community Garage Sale

The Oak Highlands/Deer Valley Community Garage Sale is scheduled for Saturday, April 28, 2018 from 8am to 3pm. Take this opportunity to clean out your garage or get good deals on great stuff!

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Neighborhood Watch
Neighborhood Watch

The Oak Highlands/Deer Valley Homeowners' Association has initiated a Neighborhood Watch Program. This program is a network of interested friends and neighbors looking out for each other. We are neighbors helping neighbors. We are registered with Nashville Metro Police and sanctioned by the OH/DV Homowners' Association Board of Directors. Membership is 100% FREE and completely voluntary. We hope you will join us!

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Parking & Safety Concerns
Parking & Safety Concerns

The board has received several complaints about people parking on the streets. Complaints have come in for Aaron Drive, Deer Valley Trail, Brian Circle, Canoe Ridge Point, Copper Ridge Trail, Pinot Chase, Streamdale Point, and West Oak Highland Drive. The concerns are valid. Parking on the street causes decreased visibility and in some cases, when cars are parked on both sides of the street makes it impossible for emergency vehicles to get through. What can you do to help?

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Where is the Walking Trail?
Where is the Walking Trail?

If you are a resident of Oak Highlands or Deer Valley and would like to go for a nice walk, head down to our walking trail! To find our walking trail go to East Oak Highland Drive. Turn left on Brian Circle. You'll find the paved walking trail entrance between 173 and 177 Brian Circle. If you bring your dog, remember to bring bags so you can clean up after your pet.

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Don't Dump Grass, Limbs or Leaves!
Don't Dump Grass, Limbs or Leaves!
Did you know that if your yard waste ends up in a drainage ditch you could be fined $50 by the HOA?! That's right. There is a "NO DUMPING" rule in our neighborhood. Grass clippings, limbs and leaves that get dumped in the "woods" behind your home and end up in the drainage ditches will clog the drainage pipes and could cause flooding to near by homes. DO NOT DUMP!! Your neighbors down stream will probably notice, get tired of cleaning up after you and will most likely report you. Read More...

Community Announcements

Rental property owners, must register with Metro
Rental property owners, must register with Metro
A new state law requires residential landlords to now register their rental property. The Codes Department is managing the program. In addition, Rental property owners need to contact the Homeowners' Association with their current mailing address and phone number. Read More...

Advertising Options

The Oak Highlands and Deer Valley Homeowners Associations have created an exciting advertising opportunity in our quarterly newsletter. Our community consists of 526 homes located off of Blue Hole Road and Pettus Road in Cane Ridge. We also have online advertising options available. Residents of Deer Valley & Oak Highlands receive a 10% discount!

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