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January 25, 2021

Dear Friends and Neighbors.

We hope this finds everyone healthy. We wanted to take a oment to bring everyone up to date on what has happened in 2020 and current plans for 2021.

As you have noticed, all of our projects resulting from the widening of S. Old State have been 99% completed. The rip rap around the ponds was completed in 2019. Absent 4 Japanese Maple trees, the Entranceway beds were completed Summer, 2020. The Maples are slated to be installed this Spring. The fencing to be replaced was finished in Summer, 2020. Fencing that was not replaced (along E. Powell) was power washed.

There was irrigation work required in the Oak Creek entranceway bed because a storm uprooted a tree and irrigation pipes behind the Oak Creek monument. That irrigation repair included removing two 25-year-old white pine trees behind the monument which were replaced with 5 Junipers to look similar to the new design at S. Old State. There was also an irrigation repair at the south side of Sedona. Pipes were damaged during utility work.

This winter, there were 2 separate accidents where 3 sections of fence were damaged. On E. Powell, east of Oak Creek Dr., the section knocked down will not be replaced. Instead only the existing post that has holes in it where the rails of the destroyed section connected, will be replaced with a solid "end post" so holes are not visible. On S. Old State, 2 sections are being replaced. The work order has been signed and work should begin soon.

Finally, there is something wrong with one of the fountains; we won't know the scope of the problem until March.

With Covid issues, we continue to answer questions and complaints by phone and email. Please do not hesitate to contact us. Unfortunately, the March meeting will need to be canceled because of Covid and because the Township hall is not open for meetings. We will have to handle the election of trustees as we did last year. See instructions and ballot on the other side.

Your Trustees

Oak Creek Association Homeowners Meeting Canceled due to Corona virus/Covid-19

The main purpose of the Annual March Meeting is to elect Trustees for the current year and discuss questions of the attendees. There must be 3 trustees. The term is for one year from 4/1/21 to 3/31/22. As of the mailing of this notice the candidates are as follows:
    • Gloria Gaskey—Current President (11 years) and Trustee (15 years between 2003 and 2021); Vice President of Inter-State Heritage Agency, an insurance agency; Resident since 1997.  
    • Nelson Katz—Current Trustee and Vice President (8 years); Former Orange Township Trustee from 2008-2011; Software Engineer for 36+ years; Resident since 2000.
    • Rosalind Katz--Current Trustee and Vice President since August, 2018 (2-1/2 years). She retired from Lucent Technologies after a tenure of 30+ years, and she has and continues to serve our community as an Election Poll worker. Rosalind has been a resident since 2000.

IF YOU WANT TO RUN, PLEASE ASK THOSE WHO WOULD VOTE FOR YOU TO WRITE IN YOUR NAME.  You can also collect Proxy votes and submit them to Oak Creek by fax or mail.  Call 614-846-0717 for questions.  

DIRECTIONS: You can use the ballot below. Simply copy the screen below and print. Place an “x” in 3 boxes that correspond with the persons you choose to vote for. You may mail or fax the entire page or only the ballot portion to Oak Creek Association, P O Box 626, Lewis Center, OH 43035-9626  or Fax:614-433-0149. Ballots must be received by April 1, 2021.            

Oak Creek Association, Inc.
April 1, 2021 Trustee Election Ballot
Select up to 3:
Gloria Gaskey   ☐  
Nelson Katz   ☐  
Rosalind Katz   ☐  
Write In   ☐

Safety Alert!

It has been brought to our attention that there has been a recent uptick in the number of car break-ins and other crimes throughout our community. Moving forward, we would like to note that it is our priority to keep our residents safe. So we would like you to contact and notify Oak Creek Homeowners Association if this has/does happen to you so that we are able to document the incidences. If notification is timely, we would like to alert residents by an email blast and posting on our website and Facebook page. Working together, we can keep the community and each other safe.  

Here are some safety tips:

  • Always keep your cars locked when parking in driveways and on streets; 
  • Do not keep valuables in cars;
  • While away, make your house look lived in (lights on timers, neighbors picking up mailers thrown in the yard or on your porch, etc.); 
  • Do not post, tweet, or share your travel plans on social media; 
  • Leave a spare key and emergency phone number with a trusted neighbor or friend;
  • Stop your mail and newspaper delivery (or ask a trusted neighbor to retrieve);
  • Remove garage door openers from any vehicles in your driveway or inside your garage;  
  • Lock garage entry doors; 
  • Trim shrubs/trees that are close to your home; 
  • If you have a alarm system, even if it is not monitored by police, use it. The alarm sound can scare off intruders.

    and if you see something, say something! Thank you for doing your part in helping to keep our community safe! 

There will not be a 2020 Fall Newsletter.  You can access our 2020 Spring Newsletter on our Newsletter page. 

2020 Spring Newsletter

2021 Garage Sale

Annual Community Garage Sale
Friday, June 4th & Saturday, June 5th, 9am - 4pm.
It will be held rain or shine.

Multiple neighborhoods nearby will be participating in this event and the organizers takes care of the advertising. 


COVID-19 Local Resources
Updated daily from DGHD

Stay updated with the most recent news. Outbreak

Olentangy Schools
are back in session

Because of COVID, schedules and events are constantly changing. keep updated

Mother's Day
Sunday, May 9

Celebrates motherhood and it is a time to appreciate mothers and mother figures.

Memorial Day
Monday, May 31

Commemorates all men and women who have died in military service for the United States

Association News

2020 Fall Homeowners Meeting
CANCELED DUE TO COVID-19. See our current newsletter for further information

2020 Neighborhood Garage Sale
CANCELED! See you next year!

Your 2021 HOA Dues Reminder has been mailed. If you didn't receive your dues letter in January, please contact our treasurer, Randy Green immediately. PAYMENT OPTIONS: Please mail a check as outlined in the letter, or pay by credit card using our Pay Dues Online button above (service fee applies) - Paypal link has been updated reflecting 2021 dues. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you!

Road Improvements in Delaware County and surrounding areas affect our community. For a current construction schedule for our area, click here: Road Improvement Schedule

Rumpke Holiday Schedule for this year (our zip code is 43035): CLICK HERE
Trash Removal Issues: If at anytime during the year Rumpke misses your street or home, please call them immediately at 1-800-828-8171 or contact township hall during normal business hours. Our normal trash day for Oak Creek is on Friday, and may be delayed one day on holidays. 

Your membership dues post card has been mailed. As outlined on the post card, you can pay by check or credit card. This is for the Oak Creek Association, located in Lewis Center, OH. Payments of dues for 2021 are $165.00 for the year 2021. You can pay $165 by check (click here for mailing address) or for your convenience pay via credit/debit card through Paypal (membership to Paypal is not required) for a total of $170.25 ($165 + $5.25 online processing fee.) WHY DO YOU HAVE TO PAY YEARLY HOA DUES? By owning a home or residing in Oak Creek, you have agreed to pay yearly association dues. Non-payment of dues may result in having your property liened, plus accrue penalties and interest. If you cannot pay your dues in one lump sum or at this time, or you haven't paid previous year(s) dues, please contact our treasurer Randy Green immediately to make payment arrangements. Thank you!

Calling before you dig holes or trenches in your yard is important not only for safety reasons, but also because IT'S THE LAW! By law, homeowners should contact O.U.P.S., 8-1-1 or 1-800-362-2764, at least 48 hours but no more than 10 working days (excluding weekends and legal holidays) or submit their request online with e-dig, the easy online remote ticket entry system for homeowners, before beginning any digging project.

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