"A neighbor is a person who can get to your house in less than a minute and takes two hours to go back home."

Neighbor Interaction

Homeowners Association or Neighborhood Network?

A homeowners association (HOA) is a formal legal entity created to maintain common areas and enforce private deed restrictions and covenants.

  • Membership is mandatory for all property owners within the boundaries of the association.
  • Members are required to pay established maintenance and carrying fees.
  • Homeowners associations have the legal authority to enact and enforce maintenance and design standards above and beyond those required by City ordinance.
  • Homeowners associations are corporations with formal bylaws and a governing board.

A neighborhood network (NN) is a voluntary association of homeowners, renters, and property owners where there is no formal homeowners association.

  • Participation is on a voluntary basis for residents living within the neighborhood area.
  • There are no required fees or dues to be paid.
  • Neighborhood networks do not have any legal authority to enforce covenants.

Why Start a Neighborhood Network?

  • To build community pride and ownership among residents
  • To offer an organized method to meet and get to know your neighbors
  • To provide a structured plan to promote, preserve, and improve the quality of life in your neighborhood and community
  • To identify and resolve neighborhood issues in an organized manner
  • To partner with city staff to make a positive impact in your neighborhood

Benefits to Strengthening Owasso's Neighborhoods

  • Build neighborhood networks: Get to know your neighbors
  • Increase citizen participation and take ownership in your community: Get involved
  • Improve the quality of life in neighborhoods and community: Make a difference
  • Improve physical condition/appearance of properties in neighborhoods
  • Improve Public Safety: Work with Police, Fire and Emergency Personnel

Neighborhood registration is designed to cultivate communication between neighborhood groups and the City of Owasso. OSNI educates residents on the benefits of forming/maintaining a neighborhood organization and to provide support to neighborhood groups that are working to make their neighborhoods stronger and safer.

Benefits of Neighborhood Registration

  • Assistance in organizing your neighborhood
  • Eligibility for all OSNI neighborhood programs
  • Coordination of neighborhood meetings
  • Presentations to neighborhood groups by various City staff
  • Receive email notifications on services and programs that will benefit your neighborhood

To register your neighborhood or update neighborhood contact information, please complete the Neighborhood Registration Form.

Neighborhoods Registered With OSNI

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  1. Jerry Fowler

    Neighborhood Coordinator
    Phone: 918-376-1556

  2. Lori Lane

    Neighborhood Administrative Coordinator
    Phone: 918-376-1504

  3. Neighborhoods

    Physical Address
    200 S Main Street
    Owasso, OK 74055

    Mailing Address
    P.O. Box 180
    Owasso, OK 74055

    Phone: 918-376-1556

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