|You can join the Board of Directors Facebook group to discuss Association issues HERE.
| Amenities and cable billing questions email@example.com
|| HOA or Services Fee
We are NOT a traditional HOA, we are simply a
social organization, a non-profit HA. There are no
HOA fees. The Oak Run Homeowners Association
(ORHA) does not own any of the common areas. They
are all owned by Oak Run Associates, Ltd.
(ORA-Ltd), previously known as DECCA, the
developer. The ORHA Board of Directors and various
Officers are in charge of the use and scheduling
of all common area venues. The residents pay a
"Services Fee" (similar to an Amenities Fee) to
The monthly Services Fee covers weekly garbage and
yard waste pick-up, 24-hour security, basic cable
TV (36 channels with one free DTA), community
Channel-12 TV (info station for clubs, etc.), use
of all facilities, maintenance of all recreational
and common areas. The average services fee is $132
with the lower numbered neighborhoods being the
lowest and the upper numbered neighborhoods the
There are two types of properties in Oak Run,
regular homesites and 'maintained' homesites. With
a maintained homesite the services (amenities) fee
includes these extra services: sprinkler system
and the water used; mowing, edging, fertilizing
and weed control of the lawn; trimming and
mulching of the landscaping (unless you alter
something). Villa homesites also include exterior
pressure washing once a year and painting every 5
years. With a regular homesite you're on your own
to provide the above services.
To know what a particular homesite's Services Fee
will be is to contact the listing real estate
agent or the ORA-Ltd officesHERE.
There are so many variables that go into this fee
that it would be extremely difficult to list all
possible fee examples. And, the basic fees
increase as you select premium services such as
internet, phone, extended TV, movie channels, and
HD. Fees are adjusted on a yearly basis to reflect
the average CPI increase for the most recent 12
Compare our amenitiesHERE
|Our primary purpose is to organize the
recreational, social and cultural activities desired by
the residents and to facilitate discussion and
communication among the Members and Management of Oak
The Workshop Agendas are located on the ORHA Facebook group page HERE
(Members of the group must be logged in to select the ORHA Workshop Agendas topic)
Info and Dates
The Neighborhood Rep
meetings are held the first Monday of each month in the
Island Club at 9AM. The ORHA Board Workshop follows the
Neighborhood Rep meetings. From July through September
the Neighborhood Rep meeting and the ORHA Board Workshop
occur with the regular General meeting.
meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month in
the Orchid Club Auditorium at 9AM. All decisions
regarding your Association are discussed and voted on at
these meetings. Many other items of interest to all Oak
Run residents are also presented at the meetings.
Everyone is invited.
Any and all meetings
where business is voted upon are open to residents.
|2021 ORHA Meetings (if covid permits)
|Nbhd Rep Meeting on first Monday
9AM in the Island Club (unless noted)
Board Workshop follows
|General Meeting on second
Wednesday at 9AM in the Orchid
Club Auditorium (unless noted)
| Jan 20 (3rd
| Mar 1
| Apr 5
| May 3
| Jun 9
of Gen. Mtg.
| Dec 8
Room, 9:00AM to 9:30AM, first and third Tuesday
each month, unless noted
|Jan 5 & 19
|Feb 2 & 16
||Mar 2 & 16
||Apr 6 & 20
|May 4 & 18
||Jun 1 & 15
||Jul 6 & 20
||Aug 3 & 17
|Sep 7 &
||Oct 5 & 19
|Nov 2 & 16
||Dec 7 & 21
Scheduler of Venues (requesting a venue)
There are various venues
in Oak Run that can be reserved for parties, meetings,
|Below is an abbreviated version of the
venue responsibilities. Please view and download the
complete requirements, policies and procedures HERE.
Every Oak Run facility Room Request that a requester signs
comes with responsibilities.
1. There is a table and
chair placement schematic posted at all of our
facilities, Orchid Club, Island Club and Palm Grove. It
is the responsibility of the user to place tables and
chairs as indicated on the schematic back in place when
your activities are over.
2. Trash must be bagged
and put in dumpster nearby each facility and the can
liner replaced for the next user.
3. Floors must be vacuumed
as needed, if for some reason the vacuum cleaner has a
problem call your DOD.
4. Kitchen, counter tops
and equipment must be cleaned of grease. Damp mop floor
5. PERK coffee pots, if
used, must be cleaned.
6. There is a trash can at
the Orchid Club and Palm Grove plainly marked for
Aluminum cans so please, no trash.
Groups that have weekly functions sometimes forget to call
the DOD (Director on Duty). This should be done at least 5
days in advance, no later than 3 days prior to your
function, if the sound room or kitchen is needed. If you
choose not to call you may find yourself without a DOD
available. If you are not on the DOD's schedule he/she may
make their own personal plans and not be available for
your call. At that point the only thing to do is to start
down the Director list until you find one willing to help
Phone Book Updates
All Phone Book
additions, corrections and deletions are handled by
the Directory Chairman, Bill Balch. The easiest way to
update your information is to use the online form. If
you must use a paper form it can be mailed to 10590 SW
71st Circle, Ocala, FL 34476 (Eagles Point) or put it
in the Activities Box at the front door, NOT in the
(the form can also
be used to update Club Contact info)
If you have questions
contact Bill at 854-4963 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Instructions for selecting "type"
of phone book update being requested:
is selected when a club officer
needs to update contact info in the Phone Book and on
(NLG) New Listing
is selected when you are not in the current phone book
at THIS HOUSE NUMBER. This usually means someone who
is new to Oak Run but it also applies to someone who
currently lives in Oak Run, but, in a different house.
(CRN) Correction is selected
when you are changing the information currently in the
phone book, such as a phone number.
is selected when a person has moved and therefore is no
longer living at that address in the current phone book.
| Thatcher Dog Park
|About the Park:
2019, the park has offered 1.5 acres of perfect pooch
playground. It's divided into 2 sections, one for larger
dogs (18 inches or more) and one for smaller dogs (less
than 18 inches). All residents are welcome to use the
park by registering their dogs (2 per homesite) with the
an annual fee of $36 per dog, a copy of each dog's
current DAPP/DHPP and rabies vaccinations and a
completed registration form.
Forms are available at any registration event or can be
downloaded and printed here
The Rules & Regulations and usage Agreement
are included with the form.
for those already registered can be downloaded and
Due to the closing of our venues, registration for the dog park can be done by contacting Ellen at 914-456-2634 or by email at email@example.com
You can obtain a registration form by printing one above or by picking
one up at the dog park front gate "blank form box" in the new
registration envelope to the left of the gate.
registration events are held each month: in the Orchid
Club during the Donut Drop-in (2nd Sat) from 8:00AM to
9:30AM and in the Card Room the 4th Wednesday from
1:00PM to 2:30PM.
Note: Overnight guests can also use the park for a
weekly fee of $5 per dog with proof of vaccination.
you would like to volunteer to help maintain the park
call Victor Schaub, 873-6616. For questions or concerns
about the park call chairperson Ellen DerBoghossian,
914-456-2634, or email:
Bodily Injury Liability Insurance
A copy of the ORHA Insurance Policy declarations
pages is at the copy machine in the library for
anyone wanting to read it. You may make a copy of
this document for your own use at normal copy costs
or print it now from the links below.
To view or
download the 2-page PDF, click or tap either image
|Coffee Users Policy
For The Use
Of New Grindmaster Coffee Brewers
Any organization in Oak Run can use the
Coffee Brewers provided they have attended an
orientation as to their use and operation.
ORHA will furnish
the filters. The organization must furnish the
coffee grounds, cups and condiments. (The exceptions
are The Veterans Association of Oak Run, Hospice,
and mourning services of residents of Oak Run.)
Any Director on
Duty will be happy to assist any member of any Oak
Run organization on how to operate the new Coffee
Upon completion of
use, the used coffee grounds must be emptied, the
brewing baskets cleaned. The coffee shuttles must be
completely emptied, rinsed, and the surrounding
areas thoroughly cleaned.
|Sound Room & Kitchen
|Clubs, groups and organizations that need
to have the Sound Room and/or Kitchen opened, should
contact the Director-on-Duty, NOT SECURITY. Requests must
be made at least 3 days before the requested opening. Any
request made with less than 3 days notice may not be
granted and is at the discretion of the Director on
|The website (at the current
address) was created by John Baccoli on January 23,
2004 as a personally-owned and personally-paid
website. A predecessor site was created by John months
earlier as an ISP domain from AT&T.
With very patient and
helpful tutoring from Jim Dillman the site began to
take shape. John's purpose for the site was to provide
Oak Run residents with information such as Board
meeting minutes, By-laws, Policies and Procedures and
interesting coming events. These two early sites were
well received by the community and John continued his
service as Oak Run's Webmaster for four years.
In late 2006 after
discussions with various Board members John decided to
transfer ownership of the website to the Oak Run
Homeowners Association (ORHA). With the transfer
complete, in January 2007 Bill Pascoe became the ORHA
Webmaster. Bill enlisted the help of Bob Sheetz and
John McHale to obtain software that would make
maintaining and expanding the site easier and less
HTML code intensive.
Carrying on John's
tradition of providing information to residents Bill
began to include new pages for many clubs and
organizations in Oak Run. Eventually the Channel-12
notices and links to local websites were added. Bill
had many assistants during this time of expansion who
provided content and other help with the new web
pages. After four successful years Bill decided to
step down as Webmaster.
In January 2011 Jim
Waddell, ORHA President, began searching for a new
Webmaster. In March 2011 Ron Kenyon assumed the role
as ORHA Webmaster. Ron began a complete redesign of
the website, adding many improvements and
The site was
reorganized, navigation aids were installed on all
pages and new content was introduced. Along with
increased content for established residents, content
was added for new residents, renters and out of state
readers (potential residents).
After more than nine
years of community service, Ron officially retired in
June, 2020. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Ron will continue to
serve into 2021. ORHA
welcomes those who will carry on the volunteer
tradition of John Baccoli, Bill Pascoe and Ron Kenyon.
This website continues to be the "Gateway To Information" for Oak Run.
Website Motto circa 2017:
Communitati Inserviendi (Serving the
Website Logo circa
Green: The color of nature.
Representing our boulevard, venues and
Red: The color of energy.
Representing our proud and active adult community.
Purple: The color of royalty.
Representing the prestige of our fine residents.
Blue: The color of wisdom.
Representing the strength of our association.
Yellow: The brightest color.
Representing fun, happiness and sunshine.
The above logo is used
as a shortcut icon in your web browser's bookmarks
You may see it
displayed in your browser tab whenever you're
looking at one
of our web pages.
It's also used in other places throughout the
|The information contained in this website
is for general information purposes only. The information
is provided by numerous sources and while we endeavor to
keep the information up to date and correct, we make no
representations or warranties of any kind, expressed or
implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability,
suitability or availability with respect to the website or
the information, products, services, or related graphics
contained on the website for any purpose. Any reliance you
place on such information is therefore strictly at your
This website and all of its original content are the sole
property of Oak Run Homeowners Association, Inc. (ORHA)
and are, as such, fully protected by the appropriate
international copyright and other intellectual property
In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage
including without limitation, indirect or consequential
loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising
from loss of data arising out of, or in connection with,
the use of this website.
Through this website you are able to link to other
websites which are not under the control of ORHA. We have
no control over the nature, content and availability of
those sites. The inclusion of any links does not
necessarily imply a recommendation or endorsement of the
views, products or services expressed or provided within
Every effort is made to keep the website up and running
smoothly. However, ORHA takes no responsibility for, and
will not be liable for, the website being temporarily
unavailable due to technical issues beyond our control.
All rights reserved. Reproduction of any page in whole or
in part without permission is prohibited.
Cookies are employed to analyze usage for improving user experience. We
do not have any advertising. Site usage information is provided by
|We do not sell, trade or otherwise
transfer to outside parties your personal information. All
information that you submit will only be used to provide
the services you have requested. The website is operated
from within Oak Run by Homeowners Association volunteer
residents and not by any outside sources.
We respect your privacy.