The Oak Hills Homeowners Association is a planned unit development of 650 homes located north of the Sunset Highway in Beaverton, Oregon. The homes are sited amidst wide-open landscaped areas on approximately 40 acres, providing the residents with private settings while remaining close to freeway access. On July 10, 2013, the U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service signed the document that placed Oak Hills on the National Register of Historic Places. Oak Hills is the first mid-century historic district in Oregon and one of the youngest nationwide to be added to the Register.
The Association is known for being very event oriented and coordinates a spectacular 4th of July celebration, an Easter egg hunt, Halloween party, and Holiday festivities for the residents. The Recreation Department offers swim classes, tennis lessons, summer activity programs and the opportunity to participate in a swim team that competes at the state level.
The Association facilities include a large and small swimming pool, gymnasium, playground area, tennis courts, play fields, parks, walking trails, and RV parking lot.
The Association is governed by a Board of Directors made up of nine members of the community and is professionally managed by Community Management, Inc. Regular Board meetings are held the first Wednesday of every month and Annual Meetings are held each year in May. The Board of Directors invites homeowners to participate in governing the association by attending meetings and joining committees. The goal of the Board is to provide an environment for the residents that promotes a sense of community and preserves property values.
The mission for all Oak Hills recreation programs and facilities is to provide a safe, healthy and inviting environment for recreation and learning to all Oak Hills residents and their guests, in order to foster goodwill and pride in our neighborhood.
The Oak Hills Recreation Center is the heart of Oak Hills activities. The Rec Center contains two playgrounds, an enclosed gymnasium, ping pong and foosball, outside basketball court, picnic area and the most popular feature: two swimming pools. There is a large main pool used in the Summer months for swim team meets and practice, swim lessons and daily open swim for all residents and registered guests. A second smaller "kiddie" pool is under 2' deep for small children. The Rec Center also includes four tennis courts and a volley ball court that both look out over the expansive greenway.
33 acres of pristine park run through the center of Oak Hills Neighborhood. The "greenway" as residents refer to it, contains soccer fields, baseball diamond, volley ball court and walking and bike paths through wide-open expanse of grass. Large Oak trees and Cherry trees that bloom bright pink in spring line the paths and create a beautiful parklike setting.
Aside from a small section of space owned by Bonneville Power Administration, the greenway and Recreation Center are 100% owned, operated and maintained by the Oak Hills HOA and are designated exclusively for use by Oak Hills Residents and their guests.
The Oak Hills Baseball Diamond and Soccer fields, as well as Recreation Center may be rented by persons or organizations outside of Oak Hills. Contact the Recreation Board Member.
Oak Hills rents spaces in the RV Lot to homeowners in good standing for the storage of their motor homes, RV’s, cars, boats, trailers, trucks, etc. The RV Lot is a secure area with a locked gate. For more information, please contact the Board member in charge of the RV Lot.
The mission of the Community Garden is to provide Oak Hills home owners the opportunity to raise fruits and vegetables in a socially and economically sustainable environment. This project will encourage self-sufficiency within the Oak Hills community through collaboration of family, friends and neighbors. Harvests will be shared with family and neighbors and the greater community of need (i.e. Oregon Food Bank). Please consult the Community Garden Regulations and the Community Garden Release on the Documents page of this website for more information about the garden.
The Yard Debris Drop Box is a service available to Oak Hills homeowners with a current Oak Hills sticker only. Acceptable material includes grass cuttings, leaves, pine needles, cones, weeds, twigs, and limbs of less than 3 feet with a diameter of less than 4”. The Drop Box is located next to the Maintenance Building and RV Lot, and is open during the spring, summer and fall.
OHHA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, marital status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, homeowner engagement, enforcement of its CC&Rs and ARB Guidelines, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members and guests of our community. Oak Hills Homeowners Association, Washington County, Oregon