Greater Oak Hills Civic Association                 

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Who can join the GOHCA?

All Oak Hills residents in Oak Hills Place and Oak HIlls Park are eligible for membership in the Greater Oak Hills Civic Association.  
Oak Hills III and Arbor Court have their own Civic Associations.
The membership fee is $100.00 and is based on a calendar year from January to December. 

Why join GOHCA?

* To support the improvement of our neighborhood.

* To receive helpful information about our community.

* To support the enhancement of the beauty of the neighborhood.

* To support improved security within our neighborhood.

* To get a neighborhood directory.

* To encourage a sense of community among our neighbors through planned social activities.

* To protect our neighborhood against undesirable development and trafic problems

* To allow our neighborhood to participate in the Federation of Greater Baton Rouge Civic Associations.

GOHCA achievements 

Beautification

 Communication

Public Works

 Security

 Social

2014 New!  New Entrance sign placed at N. Oak Hills & Siegen Lane.  Plans for lighting, watering, and landscaping are in the works! 

Dec. 2015 New!  
Oak Hills Three became a part of the Greater Oak Hills Civic Assoc.

2014 New!
Neighborhood directory - a new one was published in 2014 for paid members

2014 New!  "No Soliciting" signs and "Sheriff Patrolled Neighborhood" signs along with additional Speed Limit signs.
Additional security patrols throughout the week


2013 - 2014  Membership with Hilltop Arboretum which provides a place for meetings and neighborhood socials   
2013 - Highland Rd. Entrance sign lighted.  Watering system installed.  Ongoing:  Brick walls & sign maintained & painted at Highland Rd.
2013 - 2014 Monthly Board Meetings and Three General Meetings are held each year.

Stop signs installed to slow traffic & additional speed limit signs posted


Neighborhood watch program may be implemented

Yearly socials, such as Ice Cream social, Ladies Fall tea, & Christmas pictures with Santa 

Landscaping & maintenance at all entrances


 2013 -  GOHCA website & Facebook page established for more communication with residents 
Some drainage & sewerage problems addressed & repaired 

Safety Liaison committee


2014! Social committee re-established


Deed restrictions enforced to help maintain property values

Automated phone tree system for contacting all Oak Hill residents 
Sidewalks repaired & streets repaved 

 
Contests such as Christmas Decorations, 4th of July Red, White & Blue Mailbox contest and Yard of the month
Representation of 600 homes as we voice our opinions/vote at our Metro Council meetings
Missing street signs replaced & the lights in street lights replaced as needed
 
Active Beautification committee



 
Member of Federation of Greater B. R. Civic Assns. Member of Federation of Greater B. R. Civic Assns.

Regional developments & zoning issues that affect our neighborhood are watched & dealt with accordingly
 
 
 

Welcoming committee

Membership committee

Website coordinator

Regional development committee

 
 
 
Guidelines are set & voiced to developers that affect Greater Oak Hills