The HHSNA board is looking for a small business to highlight in the upcoming newsletter. We would prefer the business belong to a resident of Harvest Hills South, but if you know of one that has had a positive impact for you then we would be happy to feature them.
Please email email@example.com an overview of the business highlighting what you/they do with address & contact info.
Thanks for helping!
You can now text 911 if you need emergency help in the OKC area. It’s always better to call on the phone if you are able — so call if you can, text if you can’t.
Open a new text message, type 911 in the recipient field, type the location of your emergency and hit send. Someone will reply with instructions or questions.
This service should be particularly helpful for someone with hearing or speech impairments, or for someone who needs emergency services but can’t safely make a voice call.
Texting to 911 for an emergency in OKC will activate a response from the Oklahoma City Police Department, Oklahoma City Fire Department or EMSA OKLAHOMA. This service is in partnership with the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments, ensuring texts for emergencies will activate a response from whichever local jurisdiction is appropriate.
Don’t forget to come check out our garage sale where all proceeds will go towards the Dream Big fund to continue the lighting projects for our entrances.
The sale is from 8-4 both tomorrow & Saturday at 8001 Harvest Hills Rd. (Sept 20-21).
We are collecting donations for our next Dream Big garage sale. The sale will be this coming Friday September 20 & Saturday September 21. If you have anything you would like to donate, please contact us to schedule a drop off or pick up.
We are also needing volunteers to help so Jaci isn’t doing it solo. Contact Jaci to sign up for the day(s) or just certain times. Any help is greatly appreciated!
Block party starts at 6pm on 79th St!!!
Everyone should have received a flyer yesterday reminding you that this Tuesday is Neighbors Night Out! Come get a hot dog & sno cone, let the kids burn off their energy in the bounce house, play some games, enjoy a s’more! We have a fantastic live band so bring a chair, sit back, & hang with your neighbors!
Are you ready?! We are & can’t wait to see you!
Yes, autumn is a holiday! Lol
Which one are you most excited for?!
Mark your calendars for Neighbors Night Out on Tuesday September 10th! Block party on 79th!
The Labor Day holiday schedule for City of OKC services is below:
> Labor Day: Monday, Sept. 2
– City offices closed.
– No City of OKC Trash and Recycling Services pickup. Makeup day Wednesday, Sept. 4.
– Embark bus service on weekend schedule.
– OKC Streetcar service on regular schedule.
– OKC Animal Welfare shelter closed.
– Household Hazardous Waste Facility closed.
– Oklahoma City Parks and Recreation Department recreation centers, senior centers, gyms and Foster Indoor Program Pool closed.
– Will Rogers Gardens Exhibition Center and Ed Lycan Conservatory closed. Outdoor grounds open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
– Martin Park Nature Center Visitor Center closed. Outdoor grounds open 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.
– Municipal Court pay window closed.
After last nights storms we all had some sort of limb, tree, or debris to pick up & clean out. As I was out I was witness to a few of you checking on neighbors & coming together to pick up the mess. We have such a great neighborhood & wonderful neighbors! I hope all have their power back on this evening.
Don’t forget to mark your calendars for Neighbors Night Out on Tuesday September 10! Block party on 79th & it’s going to be so much fun!
We have confirmed that 737 will be performing for us live again this year!
These guys are fantastic! Bring your lawn chair & listen to some great music with your neighbors.
Neighbors Night Out is Tuesday September 10th. We can’t wait to see you all!