Police/Fire/City
Police/Fire/City
 
Dial 9-1-1 for emergencies, fire, or crime in progress.
 
Dial (405) 231-2121 to request non-emergency police service and to request extra patrols.
 
 
 
Oklahoma City Website
For great information about the city, visit okc.gov
 
 
Home Security
* Keep vehicles locked and remove valuable items from view.
* Keep windows and doors locked.
* Ensure your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms are working. Contact the fire department for assistance.
* Do not allow mail to pile up when you are away.
* Keep a fire extinguisher in your home.
* Add a zip tie or lock to your garage door release will prevent burglars from being able to manually open your garage door from the outside.  Using the lock button on the wall switch will also disable the use of remotes and prevent opening if the remote code is stolen.
* Report any suspicious activity.
* Get to know your neighbors and look out for one another.
 
News
Committees - Volunteers Needed
Posted on Feb 24th, 2022
Hey Neighbors!
We are looking for several volunteers for the following committees.
Event Committee - Responsible for planning neighborhood events such as the annual pool party, Easter egg hunt, garage sale and much more.  This is a great way to meet your neighbors and share your talents.
Violation Committee - Responsible for monitoring the neighborhood to help ensure everyone is following the by-laws and keeping our neighborhood clean and welcoming.  Guidance will be provided and the volunteers will remain anonymous to non-board members.
Pool Committee - Responsible for making sure the pool area is clean of trash, the chairs look neat and organized and the trash is taken to the curb weekly.  Will not be responsible for pool fobs or pool access.
Playground Committee - Responsible for making sure the playground area is clean of trash and reports any broken equipment to the board.
Building Committee - Chris Wagner will chair this committee.  Request must be emailed to Chris for review and approval.
 
Email the board if you are interested! 
Trailer Parking
Posted on Feb 24th, 2022
The 2022 board voted to allow campers, trailers and food trucks to be parked in driveways for no more than 3 days at one time and no more than 6 days a month.  Trailers may not be parked in the street.  If you need additional time please contact the board to discuss.
 
Violations can be reported by emailing the board. 
HOA Board Members
Posted on Jan 28th, 2022
Welcome to Your New HOA Board Members for 2022!
  • President: Chris Wagner
  • Vice President: Brandon Roberts
  • Treasurer: Heather Grauberger
  • Secretary: Kellie Brown
If you have any questions/comments/concerns please do not hesitate to reach out to the board via email!
 
The board meets the second week of every month and the minutes will be shared on this website and Timber Creek Estates HOA Facebook.
Events
No Events at this time.
Yard of the Month
 
Yard of the Month candidates for landscaping are judged solely on the exterior appearance of their property as viewed from the street. Yards will be judged on neatness, landscaping and color. Overall appearance and factors include, but are not limited to, tidiness and neatness of the front and side yards up to the fence line, pruned and trimmed trees and shrubs, edged and defined lawns, borders and flower beds without bare spots and excessive weeds and a visually appealing facade. Driveways and walkways shall be clean, edged and free of debris and dirt.
 
Email nominations to the board.
Nominations will be posted to the Timber Creek Estates HOA Facebook page where you will be able to vote for the yard you like best. 
Report a Violation
Have you noticed something that violates the Covenants? Report it here.
 
Note:
All homeowners and renters must comply with the Covenants, which are reasonable rules to protect property values, preserve the nature of our community, and make life more enjoyable for everyone. The homeowners association has the legal authority to enforce all covenants and do so equitably and consistently.