Oak Hills is a beautiful neighborhood offering community and amenities that make it a wonderful place to live. Among the winding streets, paved walkways, majestic oak trees, and modern facilities, the Oak Hills Homeowners Association provides a variety of recreational and community programs.
Two outdoor pools, expansive pool deck, lifeguard office, and pool house
Recreational gym, meeting room, and staff office
Community Room with full kitchen, sitting area, multiple tables, Wifi, and television
Modern security system for HOA buildings with key fob access
Outdoor playground with a variety of play structures and swings
Four outdoor tennis courts
Soccer, baseball, and athletic outdoor spaces
Expansive green spaces and community garden
Seasonal yard debris drop box
RECREATION PROGRAMS, FACILITIES, AND POOL
Our Recreation page has all details about our programs and activities, including an electronic copy of the printed Oak Hills Recreation Booklet. Contact our Activities Director, Christina Matousek, to make space reservations, inquire about new activities or programs, and for any other questions.
How do I register for Rec programs, including swim lessons? Go to the Recreation page for step-by-step information OR see a staff person at the Gym or Pool Office during Open Office Hours. How to I purchase pool passes? How many can I purchase? Can I bring guests to the pool? If my pass is lost or broken, how can I replace it? We are thrilled about our new Oak Hills Pool and you can find a multitude of information on the Pool page under Recreation. Pool passes, including for residents and guests, must be purchased in-person at the Gym or Pool Office during Open Office Hours. Please remember that all guests MUST sign in at the Pool House and be accompanied by their Oak Hills resident sponsor while using the facilities.
Where can I find all information for Pool activities, Tennis, Gym activities, and other groups/events open to Oak Hills residents? Please go to the Recreation page for details, including links to Pool and Tennis information. We have many great programs to participate in, ranging from sports and fitness to book club, card groups, and more!
How do I sign up for Recreation activities? All recreation registration and payment (including swim programs) are now through our online support partner Jackrabbit. Please log in to the Parent Portal on the website to access your account information, register for activities, and pay registration fees. Questions? Please email the Activities Director, Christina Matousek, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I reserve any of the Recreation facilities for parties and events? Oak Hills offers multiple indoor and outdoor spaces for rent. We have a great staff of people who can help with the details and make your event a great experience. More information may be found on the Facility Rentals page.
When is the Gym open? Oak Hills residents may use the gym during open hours 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., unless otherwise posted. Please remember to bring your key fob to gain entry into the gym, especially if there is no staff on site.
I'd like to participate in or start-up a sport pick-up team; how do I make this happen? Check the Recreation page to see if there are any open teams. Please email the Activities Director, Christina Matousek,at email@example.com if you don't see what you're looking for or would like to start your own group.
I want to play tennis. How do I reserve a court and gain access? Check the Tennis page under Recreation for all details. Tennis tags and keys may be purchased ($30 for the season) at the Pool/Guard Office between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. There are currently no individual reservations, except for registered programs. Tennis courts close at 10 p.m. OHHA tennis lessons have priority over open play during lesson times in the summer months. Please email the Recreation Coordinator, Christina Matousek, at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
KEY FOBS: HOMEOWNER ACCESS TO GYM, COMMUNITY ROOM, POOL
All Oak Hills residents receive one free key fob. The new key fob system works much like many building access systems: hold your key fob to the small sensor pad next to facility doors to gain entry. All homeowners will have access to the recreation facilities (pool pass purchase required to enter the pool area) during open hours, even when staff members are not present. Since most facilities are currently staffed for summertime activities during the day, key fobs will be more necessary in the fall, winter, and spring seasons.
How do I get my key fob? Pick up a key fob in person during Open Office Hours. Please bring a photo ID and your lot number.
I lost my key fob, what do I do? Lost and found inquiries may be made during Open Office Hours, including purchasing a new fob ($50). Please bring a photo ID and your lot number.
My key fob isn't working properly, how do I fix it? Please bring your key fob to the office during Open Office Hours and speak to the staff person/supervisor. Please bring a photo ID and your lot number.
For more information about OHHA key fobs, click HERE (oakhillsoregon.com/fob). All Oak Hills Recreational facilities will be accessible to residents with their new key fob. This system works much like many building access systems: hold your key fob to the small sensor pad next to facility doors to gain entry.
The first key fob is FREE to all residents in good standing with the HOA. Additional and replacement fobs available at $50 each. Please note that the average Oak Hills family will only need one fob.
Key fobs may be picked up at the Oak Hills Recreation Gym Office during Open Office Hours or by appointment.* Please bring a photo ID and your lot number for easy distribution. A staff person or supervisor will be there to help and answer any questions.
*To schedule an appointment, email email@example.com.
Among many great amenities available to Oak Hills residents is the use of the RV lot. This amenity is so popular that there is currently a waitlist for future spot openings. Please email OHHA Board Director, Martin Hehman, at firstname.lastname@example.org, with any questions.
Yard Debris Drop Box
Here in Oak Hills, we have beautiful residential properties that require regular maintenance and care, which results in many homeowners needing access to additional debris disposal options besides curb-side pick-up. The community yard debris drop box is open DAILY (dawn to dusk) during the late spring through early fall seasons, and is located in the Maintenance facility parking lot (2085 NW 153rd). To purchase a sticker ($20) for your vehicle in order to access the drop box for the season, please stop by the Pool/Guard Office during Open Office Hours. Contact OHHA Board Director, Jon Cole, at email@example.com, with any questions. Drop Box Guidelines 1. Sticker pass purchase required. 2. No dumping of stumps, limbs larger than 3" diameter, sod. 3. Please cleanup outside of dumpster if debris is spilled. 4. Completely fill up one dumpster at a time before filling the second.
OHHA Board Members and Staff Personnel
Please see the Contact page for a detailed list of current OHHA Board and Staff personnel.