Oak Hills Place
Highland Rd. Entrance
A unity of neighbors, consisting of Oak Hills Place, Oak Hills Park, and Oak Hills III.
Oak Hills Park
Siegen Lane Entrance
The annual Pizza and Ice Cream (from the LSU Creamery) Social will be held at Hilltop Arboretum for all GOHCA members at 6:30 on Tuesday, July 18th. This is always a fun event for the whole family, including Bubbles the Clown who does balloons and face painting. We have also invited a representative from the Sheriff's Office to discuss crime in the neighborhood.
It not too late to pay your dues! You can pay at the meeting! Come meet your neighbors and enjoy this summer event!
The beautification project for the Siegen/N. Oak Hills entrance has been completed in record time! We have 8 beautiful, large Crape Myrtle trees planted on the right side of N. Oak Hills Pkwy as you exit the neighborhood. The work listed below was all completed by Green Up, who maintains the landscaping for the entrances into our neighborhood & mows the grass. GREAT JOB GREEN UP!
A new beautification project, headed up by Beau Wolf, for the Siegen/N. Oak Hills entrance passed at the June board meeting by a vote of 9–0. Green Up was the low bidder for each scope of the project. The project is underway - crews were working at the site on June 26th. Phase 1 of the project includes:
1. Installation of (4) four zones of irrigation on the exit side of the drive (opposite side of the
Oak Hills Park sign). Irrigation will cover from the curb of the road to the landscaping
approximately 20 feet from the road.
2. Installation of a new irrigation time clock to operate the new four zone irrigation system. The time clock will be battery powered due to power not being available on the exit side of the road.
3. Installation of (8) eight new 10-12 foot Crape Myrtle trees to border the exit side of the road as
phase 1 of the landscape Master Plan. The Crape Myrtles will be a mixture of Pink Valoure
(dark/bright pink) and Tuscarora (light pink).
4. Installation of top soil/garden soil around the base of each tree and associated pine straw around each base.
Phase 2 of this beautification project will be continued in 2018.
Special thanks to Brian Hanchey and Beau Wolf and many others who worked on getting our sign back in record time! The repairs were done almost immediately after a traffic mishap damaged one entire side of it at the end of April. It was completely restored to its original form by the end of May!
DUES are only $100 for the entire year! You should have received a 2017 dues invoice in the mail recently. Please fill out the information sheet & return it, along with check for $100 made out to GOHCA, and mail to:
Greater Oak Hills Civic Assn.,
P. O. Box 82952
Baton Rouge, LA 70884-2952
Lost your form? Click here to get the 2017 dues form.
OR - you can click on this link to pay your dues online - and don't forget to fill out the information sheet as well and click submit!
June - July 2017 - There have been a number or car break-ins in our our area & the surrounding neighborhoods.
To report a non-life threatening crime, call the sheriff's office switchboard number at
Please lock your cars!
Do not leave valuables in your car.
Keep carport lights on.
Report suspicious activity to the Sheriff's office at
or Join nextdoor.com - this is a public website that is used by many in our neighborhood and those in the surrounding neighborhoods. Items can be posted by members - including classifieds, free items, recommendations, crime & safety, lost & found, and general information.
Congratulations to the August 2017 Yard of the Month Winners!
Frank and Gerry Prestia
on Mossy Oak
"Yard of the Month" is awarded to one current GOHCA member each month during the spring, summer and fall months. Judges for this award are members of the beautification committee and other volunteers.
The judging is usually during the 2nd week of the current month.
A sign in the winning yard is displayed for the month and the winner is awarded a gift certificate to Harb's Oasis. The winning yards can be seen on the links below.
A special thanks to the Harb family for sponsoring this event to encourage individual residents to beautify and maintain their yards!