Our Lovely Tree Wells

Many local residents have complimented and asked about the plantings under the Magnolia trees in the Oakmore business district. They have been there almost 7 years now, but “Where did they come from?” “Who maintains them?” “Who pays for them?” “How can I help?” Well, here are your answers. The Oakmore Homes Association (OHA) is pleased to have initiated and funded the upgrade in May, 2012. At the direction of a small neighborhood Landscape Committee, twenty neighborhood volunteers came together to do the initial planting.Subsequently, Continue reading →

Annual Meeting November 8!

Greetings OHA Households! Please mark your calendars for our Annual Meeting on November 8. As always, the meeting will be held at Park Boulevard Presbyterian Church, 4101 Park Blvd. The meeting begins with dinner at 6:30 p.m., followed by announcements and speakers. The keynote speaker will be Annie Campbell Washington, Oakland’s vice mayor and our council member for District 4. She has been hard at work on our behalf, and she is an engaging and dynamic speaker. Once again, a wonderful dinner will be catered by Continue reading →

Leimert Bridge Community Meeting

The City of Oakland will be undertaking a seismic retrofit of the Leimert Bridge. To learn more, please consider attending a community meeting on Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 6:30 – 8:00 pm at the Dimond Recreation Center, 3860 Hanly Road. https://www.oaklandca.gov/projects/leimert-bridge-seismic-retrofit

Pay your dues online!

New this fall ! To improve convenience and save postage for members and the association, members are receiving their 2019 Membership dues invoice by email. We have also, at the request of members, provided an online method to pay with access to payment choices through the icons on the email. The system is powered by Quickbooks – so if you see that email from Oakmore Homes, it’s legit. Clarification: Where we could confirm a member’s email address from our billing records, we have sent invoices Continue reading →

Petition to defer lane reduction on Park Boulevard pending approval by local residents

Petition to the City of Oakland: This petition is for deferral of the proposed lane reduction and addition of traffic lights and traffic circles to that part of Park Boulevard from I-580 to Highway 13 until the plan is approved by a vote of the local residents. The planned changes would negatively impact commuting time and nearby businesses, by example, the long backups when the Park bridge over Hwy 13 was reduced to one lane each way. We are in favor of enhanced pedestrian safety through Continue reading →

Park Boulevard Meeting Invitation from the City

Here is information you may have seen from the City: The City of Oakland’s Department of Transportation invites you to attend a community outreach meeting that will provide an update on the Park Boulevard Corridor Study.   You are receiving this email communication because our records indicate that you attended a previous Park Boulevard Corridor Study meeting, or you previously expressed interest in the Park Boulevard Corridor Study. You may also receive duplicate communications through other communication channels.  We apologize for any duplications. Please know Continue reading →

Send in your proxies!

Our meeting of November 8 did not meet the meeting requirements of a quorum, 50% of members present in person or by proxy. The Annual OHA Meeting will take place on December 13, 2017, at 7pm to 8pm, at Wells & Bennett Real Estate Office, 1451 Leimert Blvd. Your proxy, signed by all title holders to your home, is requested particularly if you are unable to attend this Annual Meeting.  We thank those who have already sent in their proxy and who attended our meeting Continue reading →

Association Welcome

The Oakmore Homes Association Board of Directors is excited to introduce the new and updated OHA website!  Welcome.  This refreshed site allows for more responsive access on your mobile devices, is easier to navigate, includes a blog page, shows lots of color pictures of our beautiful neighborhood, and provides up to date neighborhood and city information. Please let us know what you think with comments and feedback.   Joseph Dashiell President, Oakmore Homes Association