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What is Happening in Glenhurst:

New lights have been installed at the Glenhurst Entrance at 116th & MacArthur very similar to the lighting at our other two main entrances.  Some evening drive by and check it out!!

The damaged fence at 120th & Glenhurst, by the pavilion, should be replaced in the next few weeks.  This will be paid for by the insurance company of the driver of the vehicle that caused the damage.

May 4- 6 will be Glenhurst Community Yard/Garage Sale.  Glenhurst HOA will have signs up. 

You must get a permit from the city in order to participate. Here is the web address:

Glenhurst - Sidewalks


 At our annual HOA meeting on February 15 one of the things mentioned was that the sidewalks in front of our homes belong to the homeowner and that they are the homeowner’s responsibility to maintain (this was part of the slideshow presentation which is available on our website).  There have been instances where residents have fallen, some requiring medical attention, due to the sidewalks being uneven.  This can lead to potential liability issues for the homeowner.

Thanks to Steve Smith, I have been made aware that there are some funds available through the City of OKC to possibly help with repairing sidewalks and I want to share this information with our homeowners.  The website to determine if you might qualify for funds is:

If your sidewalk is in need of repair due to unevenness or buckling, inquiring about this program may help with the cost for repairs to be made.  Good luck to you if you pursue this sidewalk repair program.

The Glenhurst HOA Board Meeting for March has been moved to March 27th at 7 PM in

the Northwest Library.  All residents are invited 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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