The Fall Raking event for the Oakbridge Common Areas will take place on Sunday, October 25 at 10 am. Anyone interested in helping should meet at the Oakbridge Neighborhood sign. We will expect that everyone will keep at least 6 feet apart from one another, and everyone is strongly encouraged to wear a face mask. The rain date for this event will be Sunday, November 8 at 10 am.
The next Oakbridge Neighborhood Association Board Meeting will take place on Wed., Oct. 21, at 7 pm over Zoom. Among other things, the Board will discuss changes to the Architectural Control Rules. We expect that at this meeting, the Architectural Control Board will present its recommendations to the full Board about what revisions to make to the Architectural Control Rules, based in part on input received from neighborhood residents. The Board may vote at this meeting on the final version of the Architectural Control Rules.
If you would like to attend the meeting, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom link at least 24 hours ahead of the meeting time.
Below are the draft ACR rules and links to download them.ACR Post-Revision 9.6
Hi, Oakbridge neighbors! We are expecting to have at least 1 vacancy on the Neighborhood Board in 2021. You, yes YOU, should consider running for the Board at the annual meeting in January 2021! If you have any questions about Board participation, or if you would like to express your interest in running for a Board seat, please email email@example.com.
The next Oakbridge Neighborhood Association Board Meeting will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 16, at 7 pm. Much of the meeting will be spent going over things that happened during the summer, as well as preparing/planning for the upcoming Public Hearing on the Architectural Control Rules. If you would like to attend, please let the Board know, and we will send you the Zoom link to click on to join the meeting. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Oakbridge residents are invited to attend the Board meeting.
Please note, however, that the Board meeting will NOT allow for public discussion of the Architectural Control Rules. We have set aside the morning of Sept. 19, starting at 10 am, for a Public Hearing expressly for the purpose of discussing the Architectural Control Rules. If you are not able to attend the Public Hearing but would like to provide input on the Architectural Control Rules, you can e-mail the Board, using “ACR Comments” in the subject line. The Board’s email address is email@example.com.
Come one, come all (socially distant, too) to walk, wheel, or ride around Oakbrook Circle in honor of the first day of school. The departure time is at 8.05 am similar to the normal bus pick up and will travel from West Oakbrook Circle to East Oakbrook Circle for one or maybe two laps before virtually starting school at 8.30 am. Neighbors please be aware that this is occurring as children will be traveling in the street similar to the July 4th parade. We will not meet anywhere as a group to start the lap, but hope this will be an incentive for the first day of school to get people off to a good start.
Update: there will be no parade, but the fire truck will still circle the neighborhood and neighbors are encouraged to cheer them on from their property and parkways.
July 4th is just around the corner! This year the OCSA board has decided to cancel the picnic/potluck portion of our Independence Day celebration due to COVID-19 concerns.
There will not be a traditional parade. However, we will still have a fire truck drive through the neighborhood at 11:00AM on July 4 starting at East Oakbrook Circle by the neighborhood sign, making a counter-clockwise circle towards West Oakbrook Circle. Please consider standing or sitting in your drive way or on the grass to applaud our firefighters as they drive by.
See you then!
Note: these are draft minutes and have not yet been approved.Continue reading
The next Oakbridge Neighborhood Association Board Meeting will take place on Wed., May 20, 2020 at 7 pm, via Zoom. Among other things, the Board will discuss potential changes to the Architectural Control Rules. If you would like to attend, please let the board know, and we will send you the Zoom link to click on to join the meeting. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you cannot attend the meeting but have comments you would like to make to the Board about the Architectural Control Rules or anything else, please email email@example.com.
We will be holding a public hearing before making any official changes to the Architectural Control Rules. We had hoped to hold such a hearing in April, but such meeting has been indefinitely postponed due to COVID-19. Stay tuned for a new date and time.
The streets in your area are scheduled to be chip sealed this summer. The cost of the chip seal is funded entirely through our Pavement Maintenance Fund and there is no assessable cost to the adjacent property owners. Chip sealing is an important part of the City of Madison’s Pavement Management Program. The benefits that the City of Madison and its residents will receive from the implementation of a chip sealing program include: saving the City of Madison millions of dollars in pavement maintenance costs; waterproofing the streets; protecting the underlying pavement from oxidation, aging, and traffic wear; sealing small cracks and imperfections; and extending the serviceable life of the streets.Continue reading