Greetings from OFHA!

Former August Movie in the Park: The Sandlot

Coming Soon. "Oak Forest Uncorked." Oak Forest Homeowner's Association's premier Security Fundraising event, Details to be announced.

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Section Leader Get Together at Brother's Pizzeria, Coming Again Soon!!

Homeowner's Meeting
2nd Monday of each Month
Next - September 14th at 7pm
Candlelight Park
1450 Candlight Ln.
Refreshments Provided


Greetings from OFHA's Executive Board
L-R: Former Secretary, 1st Vice President, Troy
Johnson, President, Philip Simmons, 2nd Vice President,
Kendal Bezecny, and Treasurer, Michael Tompkins.

September's General Meeting Speakers
For the Monday, September 14th Oak Forest HOA meeting, Kathleen English, AIA, LEED AP and Steve Albert, PE, CFM will be presenting a study on the potential benefits of a Low Impact Development (LID) system within a redeveloping residential community (like Oak Forest!). The benefits of distributed LID include reductions in the rate and volume of stormwater runoff (causes of flooding) and improvements to storm water quality. This presentation studies a community where infrastructure improvements have included expansion of sidewalk and redevelopment of larger homes which generate a need for additional storm sewer capacity and water quality improvements. The study examines how the LID system could be implemented using incentives rather than regulatory mandates and looks at detention storage placed in areas available on every home site including under driveways and within the front and side yard house setbacks. Also presented are a variety of methods of how to construct these types of LID systems and their cost along with provision for maintenance and sufficient easement control.

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100 Club today.



S.E.A.L Security Solutions

Thanks to Lonnie at Brothers Pizzeria for hosting the
2015 Section Leaders kickoff meeting. it was a major
success and sets the stage to build Oak Forest's 1st
ever 100 Club, composed of 112 Section leaders
throughout Oak forest. Become a part of something
big. Join now.

OAKIES: It is time to renew or join the HOA, for only $20.00!  You can pay dues here, and join the security program.

Security Agreement Signed


Presidents of Oak Forest and Candlelight Place
Phil Simmons, President of Oak forest Homeowner's Association and Danny Kennedy, President of Candlelight Place Civic Association, sign security agreement.
OFHA. addded Candlelight Oaks to the coverage provided by its' S.E.A.L. Security. This benefits both Associations. Candlelight Place gets security and the payment upfront adds revenue to OFHA's security program.

WELCOME NEW MEMBERS TO THE OFHA TEAM!!

Despite Oak Forest being the third largest subdivision in Harris County, living in Oak Forest is remarkably pleasant and neighborly. Our many parks, schools, places of worship and ease of access to the rest of Houston make Oak Forest a great place. Where else can you walk to the park, the grocery store, your child’s school, your church, plus have access to Downtown or The Galleria in less than 10 minutes…and still have a huge yard?!

We encourage you to get out and about, know your neighbors and Oak Forest, become a part of our lovely community, and join us for our monthly discussions of all things Oak Forest.


Thank you to our 2014 OFHA Membership Drive Sponsors for their gracious support, if you would like to renew your membership and/or security dues you can go to:

Also, you can take or mail your payment with a "Deposit slip" located here: or obtain one from Resource One Credit Union to mail or walk in your dues:

If your Business would like to support our upcoming 2015 membership drive, please email events@ofha.org.