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What is Happening in Glenhurst:

- The Monthly HOA Board Meeting has been changed to August 28 at 7 PM in the Library

- The HOA will not respond to anonymous letters.  Residents must be identified in communications.

- For any of our Glenhurst residents who would want to use the pavilion for parties or events, here is the Pavilion Res/Useage Policy:

Want to meet some of your neighbors and enjoy dinner together?

Every second Thursday of the month ( Sep 13, Oct 11, Nov 8, Dec 13) around 630 the dinner group gets together at a local restaurant. Every 4 months you rotate to a different group of people and meet more neighbors. It is not required you attend every month.
You don't have to be a couple to attend, single people are welcome too!!!

For more info and to be added to the list, contact Judy Smith at [email protected]. Please let me know if you want to be in the group by Sep 3. Those that are already in the group will just be included. Those that opted out last time, if you want to be included this time let me know.

For our new neighbors we also have a Ladies Lunch Group that meets on the second and fourth Wed of every month at 1230. The person to contact is Diana Forest [email protected] Again you don’t have to attend every time.

July Yard of the Month

The results from votes for July resulted in the award going to:

12212 Wileman Way.

Homeowners:  Bryan and Laura Chouinard.


June Yard of the Month

There were 13 homes nominated by the independent judges.

The home receiving the most votes and the gift certificate for June:

11804 Sawgrass 

Homeowners:  Larry and Judy Harris


Neighborhood Watch Patrol


Neighborhood watch patrol enables neighborhoods to patrol their own areas and act as the eyes and ears of their neighborhood. A one hour mandatory training class is a requirement before any patroller can participate.

The classes will be at Hefner Briefing station.
3924 NW 122nd Street

 Training is free, but you must register with Neighborhood Allegiance in order to attend:

Oklahoma City is under mandatory, year round odd-even watering schedule.Citizens whose address numbers end in an even number may water their yards on even-numbered days and citizens whose house numbers end in an odd number may water on odd-numbered days.  All customers are asked to minimize the potential for overspray onto city streets. Communities that use Oklahoma City water are required to abide by all conservation requirements in the program.

Citations will be issued for water conservation violations in Oklahoma City:
First offense: $202 ($119 plus $83 court costs)
Second offense: $352 ($269 plus $83 court costs)
Third offense: $612 ($519 plus $83 court costs)

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