A Community Meeting has been scheduled with the developer and our Council Members via Zoom,
Thursday, January 14, 2021 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM.
Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83454731367?pwd=d2VtaFZ4U2MrMytCTjVkblZTbG5qdz09
Meeting ID: 834 5473 1367
Congratulations go to Ted Habermann at 4724 Aaron Drive for earning the January 2021 Yard of the Month. Regardless of the time of year, this yard is always looks clean and well maintained. The neatly trimmed shurbs, weed-free flower beds and a simple pop of purple color made this the January 2021 Yard of the Month!
Currently the Oak Highlands restrictive covenants are slightly different than the Deer Valley covenants. A revision was needed in order to have continuity within the community and bring the covenants up to current standards. The changes were made based on input and feedback from homeowners and attorneys, along with more modern wording and a clear table of contents. Homeowners are invited and encouraged to review the Draft of the NEW Amended and Restated Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Oak Highlands/Deer Valley. Please read the full article for more information and the link to the Draft.
After the three recent accidents on Blue Hole Road the HOA requested a 4-way stop at Blue Hole Road and East & West Oak Highland Drive. A traffic study was conducted at this location including traffic volumes and accident data. The traffic volumes were determined to be low on W/E Oak Highland Dr and do not meet the minimum volume requirements to satisfy installing a 4-way stop.
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!
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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