Greater Oak Hills Civic Association                 

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to the Greater Oak Hills
Civic Association

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

Oak Hills III
Perkins Rd. Entrance

N. Oak Hills Pkwy to finally get Speed Humps!

After nearly 2 years of planning, traffic studies, and the support and cooperation of the residents on N. Oak Hills Pkwy, the speed humps will become a reality, beginning Fri. Aug. 3rd, 2018.  

After numerous incidents involving speeding, running of stop signs, dangerous driving, pets killed by cars, and a car causing damage to a home because of reckless driving, the residents came together and requested the help of the GOHCA to help them "quiet" the traffic and ensure that their street would be safe for their children and the families who live on it. 

As stated on our Face Book page, "there will be intermittent closures at each location for around 3 business days to get each speed hump in (for a
total of 3). Total days for whole project is 10 days if there are no rain delays.

Residents on North Oak Hills should have received fliers today (July 29th) in their mailboxes letting everyone know there will be construction going on. Please be patient and respectful of workers while construction is under way.

Emergency services have been advised of the road closures to avoid any delays.

We still need to raise around $770 to finish paying for the speed humps. Please consider making a donation (checks can be made payable to GOCHA). Contact any GOCHA board member or Jen Scott at (504) 343-8036 to make a donation."

Hurricanes & Emergencies

2018 - Membership

Read the 2018 letter from our President, Brian Hanchey                                                             (use back arrow to return to this page)

We need YOUR support! We provide security patrols, host neighborhood events, maintain the entrance signs, and provide lawn service and plantings for each of our main entrances!

The 2018 GOHCA Membership dues are still only $100 for the entire year!  The 2018 dues invoices were mailed March 2, 2018, along with a letter from our President, Brian Hanchey.  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 2018 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!

Please try to pay your dues by March 31, 2018 if possible!   Thank you!

Quick Links

Hilltop Arboretum Upcoming Events

Garbage and Recycling in Baton Rouge

Monthly Sheriff Crime Reports

Neighborhood Watch Programs 
(tips for starting a neighborhood watch program and keeping our neighborhood a safe place to live! This link was sent in by a student in a summer safety program for kids - thank you!)

Crime Watch

To report a non-life threatening crime, call the sheriff's office switchboard number at 

(225) 389-5000.

Please lock your cars! 
Do not leave valuables in your car.

Keep carport lights on.

Report suspicious activity to the Sheriff's office at 
(225) 389-5000. 

Yard of the Month 

July 2018 Yard of the Month

Congratulations to  
Kim and Don Moore
Oak Haven Ave.


"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!

Only in Louisiana!