The City works together with homeowners associations (HOAs) throughout the community to help them with their problems. Sarah McDaniel, who works in the Community Development Department, is the liaison between the municipal government and the residents who are in HOAs. Each year the city hosts a workshop for representatives of HOAs who have questions about a variety of issues.
The adjoining box contains links to websites of some of Broken Arrow's HOAs. If your HOA has a website that is not listed, please fill out the homeowner association registration form to be added. For additional information, please contact Sarah McDaniel by calling 918-259-2400 ext. 5448.
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Annual Homeowners Association Workshop
The annual Broken Arrow Homeowners Association Workshop is a great place to get helpful tips and resources for property owners, renters and those wanting information on owning a home within an HOA. Held each February or March, at the HOA Workshop, you can learn all you need to know about getting your neighborhood started or being the best neighborhood you can be!
Join the casual roundtable discussion after the sessions to discuss topics tailored to those attending and get to know your “neighbors.” This is a great opportunity to network! Topics taught in previous years include:
- Legal and Operation issues for Homeowners Associations
- Public Safety (Police and Fire Departments)
- Animal Control
- Building Permits
- Planning and Development
- Code Enforcement
- Neighborhood Beautification
- Stormwater Management and Low Impact Development (LID) Certification for Neighborhoods
- HOA Insurance
- Representatives from various City departments will also be available to answer your questions.
The next workshop will be late winter of 2021.
The event is free and open to the public.