Congratulations goes to Michael & Deborah Horton at 5401 Oak Chase Drive for being the February 2019 Yard of the Month. This yard was the only one in the entire neighborhood that had the three primary things we look for when selecting a yard of the month: a combination of eye catching colors, a well trimmed, weed-free yard and manicured shrubs. The Horton's always have a well kept yard and once again have earned the Yard of the Month!
The latest edition of the Oak Highlands/Deer Valley Newsletter is ready! Read it online, and in color, before the printed version even reaches your mailbox!
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!
Orchard Park and Greenway, located on Pettus Road, at the end of Blue Hole Road, is set to open before the end of 2018. In addition, new street lights are also planned for the remainder of Deer Valley! To view pictures of what these new amenities will look like and where they will be located, please view the full article.
For those wondering what is being built on the corner of Blue Hole Road and Bell Road, the answer is Millwood Commons Apartment Complex. The Planned Urban Development (PUD) for this type of development was originally approved back in 1996. This phase includes 336 apartments. The entrance to these apartments will be on Bell Road. There is an emergency access road on Blue Hole Road. The Blue Hole Road access will be locked for normal operations.
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.
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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