Just so you know….

Fireworks banNeighbors,

I received this information from the City of Oklahoma and wanted to pass this on to you. Please do not set off any fireworks in the neighborhood.
You will find several public displays listed below, but it is against the law to set these off on private property.
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Also please do not take your pets to public displays. It hurts their ears and scares them. Several pets are lost each year by taking them to a public display as they try to run to hid.
Have a safe holiday!
Post Date: 06/28/2018 2:43 PM

Remember that it’s illegal to buy, sell or use fireworks in the City of Oklahoma City as you make plans for Independence Day celebrations.

Sparklers, snakes, bottle rockets and all other popular fireworks are included in the ban. The ban applies to all private and public property in Oklahoma City, including parks, lakes and areas along the Oklahoma River.

Locations with Fire Department permits for professional fireworks displays include:

July 3

July 4

July 5

July 6

July 7

Check out the Fire Department’s video about fireworks safety for more information about how to stay safe this weekend, and share it with your friends.

Violators of the City’s fireworks ordinances are subject to a fine of $177, confiscation of fireworks and a possible jail sentence.

Media Contact
Battalion Chief Benny Fulkerson
(405) 316-6897

Did you know……

Street light poles.jpgHarvest Hills South will be seeing the light soon! Street light poles have been set up for six out of the eight lights promised! They are still working on the remaining two.

They just need to finish connecting the electricity to those six and we will soon seeing the light!

We are still working on our membership drive. We currently have 83 paid members and over half way to our goal of 150! Please help us get there! Please help support the neighborhood and send in your dues today! It is only $30.00 a year! Membership 2018

Thank you for your interest in Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association.



Heat & Sun Safety

It’s officially summer & that means HOT!

With that in mind here’s some info to keep you safe & informed.
Did you know that the Stephenson Cancer Center is partnering with the City of Oklahoma City and the Oklahoma City Zoo to make the city a ‘Sun Smart City’?
The center has donated 20 free to the public sunscreen dispensers. They’re located at OKC parks, golf courses, trails, & the OKC Zoo.
The dispensers will be supplied with broad spectrum sunscreen with at least 30 SPF protection against UVA & UVB rays.

Here’s a list of where you can find the dispensers:
*Hefner Golf Course Clubhouse
*Earlywine Golf Course Clubhouse
*Trosper Golf Course Clubhouse
*James Stewart Golf Course Clubhouse
*Lincoln Park Golf Course Clubhouse
*Memorial Park playground/sprayground
*Earlywine Park playground
*Wiley Post Park playground/sprayground
*Stars & Stripes Park playground
*Wheeler Park playground
*Douglass Park playground/sprayground
*Edwards Park playground
*Southlakes Park playground
*Southern Oaks Park playground
*Woodson Park / Whisenhunt Sports Complex playground
*Oklahoma City Zoo

Go take advantage these dispensers, pay attention if you experience any heat symptoms,  & enjoy summer!

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Did you know……

ogeYour Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association contacted The City of Oklahoma City with the concern that several of our streets were very dark.

The City completed an analysis of our neighborhood and determined that we needed eight more street lights!

Well as of this last week, we are happy to report OG&E has been in the neighborhood marking off the areas where the lights will be installed! We should be seeing more activity in the coming weeks.


Pretty soon, we will be lighting up the neighborhood.

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Please welcome your block captains this week as they come by for the membership drive. Remember it is only $30.00 a year and we could really use your support. We have started some great things and want you to be a part of them. Please join us and help recruit other new members to join!

Dream Big with Us!

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Remember you can pay dues two ways – either with Paypal or send a check to the address below.


Thank you for your interest in Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association.





Top Ten Reasons to join the Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association during the membership drive starting this week!


10. Very quiet and friendly community.

9. Neighborhood activities like “Neighbors Night Out”, Santa Sleigh Ride, Neighborhood Garage Sale, etc.

8. General Meetings with great topics and speakers – Neighborhood Crime Watch, Officer Bob providing Active Shooter Training.

7. Block Captains assigned to each street to bring neighbors together.

6. Social media sites like HarvestHillsSouth.org, Facebook and Newsletters.

5. Keep the entrances mowed, street lights and potholes repaired. We are getting Street Topper Signs to distinguish Harvest Hills South as an established neighborhood.

4. We started a Crime Watch and a Crime Watch Patrol looking out for you.

3. You have neighbors that want to get to know you! We are very friendly people.

2. The Membership Fees are only $30.00 A YEAR! Two ways to pay, PayPal or by Check!





The number one reason to join Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association

You live here! This is your neighborhood. Be proud of it and get involved!

Membership flyers will be distributed within the next week! We have two ways to pay. You can click on PayPal on the web site or you can mail a check to the address below!

Our goal is to bring our membership up to 150 members, so we can Dream Big! Join us!


Thank you for your interest in Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association.




school out

The schools are out for the summer and the children are playing outside. (I know hard to believe and that they may be still on their phones or games, but they are outside!)

Slow down and watch out for them. The speed limit in the neighborhood is 25mph, although we have seen several people who seem to be in a hurry racing through the neighborhood.

Please slow down……r2-125

Thank you for your interest in Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association.



Membership Drive Starting Next Week!

Hello neighbors!

It is that time of year again to help support our Neighborhood Association.  The membership dues are only $30.00 a year. We are working on some “Dream Big Plans”, but we really need your support! The Association is open to all neighbors whether you are a renter or an owner. Please consider joining.

Your Association Board has been challenged to boost membership to 150 members for 2018! We have a way to go, so watch for the flyers coming and/or see the flyer below and pay today! We are currently at 60 members, so we are almost half way there! Join today and help us reach that goal!

Membership 2018

Please send us any of your “Dream  Big” ideas! We can accomplish more as a neighborhood than we can alone.

Thank you for your interest in Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association.

Goodbye “Little Blue”

The city has officially retired its “Little Blue” recycling bin. The new green large-cart recycling program will start in early July. That means for the month of June there is no recycling pick up.

Some options for recycling in June:
-Take materials to Waste Management Materials Recovery Facility, 5519 NW 4th
– Place clean recyclables in your green cart to be picked up in July when the new program begins.

As for “Little Blue”, the city is encouraging residents to keep it & re-purpose it into something useful. Some ideas would be to use it as a raised bed planter as it already has drainage holes, check with the Central OK Humane Society & see if they could use some more, storage bin, craft container, laundry basket, or I’ve seen the city recommend using it a water balloon holder! If you’re not interested in re-purposing it you could always see if a neighbor wants it or simply put it in your large green cart for the city to pick up.

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