Here is a copy of our most recent newsletter as of
January 2016. Click the
link to view as a .pdf file. NEWSLETTER
The next meeting will
be April 16th, 6:30 pm at the South Broken Arrow Library
Please review the Rules page as it has
been updated as of January 1 2017.
The work on the
exterior of the buildings have finally been completed.
This is an investment on our properties that has been
well spent. If you haven't been able to walk around and
look, have a look at the improvement page from the link
below. The buildings and lawn work looks great!
When communicating with the board,
be sure to use the appropriate email buttons on the
upper left of the page.
"The Board" Use this button to submit a
repair/maintenance request. Please provide a contact name and phone number in
case our contractor needs to make an appointment with you. This button may also
be used to submit a question or comment to the board. (email)
"Grounds" Use this
button to submit a comment/request regarding the lawn, shrubs and trees. (email)
"Dues" Use this
button to submit questions specifically about the dues and general
financial issues. (email)
"The Rules" Use this
page to access the rules of the Commons. There is also a printable
"By-Laws" This page
lists the by-laws for the Commons.
"Declaration of Covenants"
In short, this page clarifies your rights and who is
responsible for what.
"Trash Pick-up" This page has information
about trash pick-up and a link to the City of Broken Arrow trash
Pay particular attention to the dates for setting out trash.
Remember Monday holidays mean no trash pickup on Tuesday. It will resume on the following
"The mailing list"
Periodically, the board may send announcements of concern to
the residences and property owners. If you would like to be on the
email list simply use the buttons above to join the email list or
opt-out of the list. Your email will not be given, sold or in anyway
transferred to any outside party.
"Printable PDF Files"
This page has all the PDF documents in the
website for your reading and printing convenience.
Archive" This page holds the