911 Communication Center

Just a short recap, Jamie O’Leary , from the 911 Communication Center personally invited Harvest Hills South to tour her facility when she spoke at our general meeting, in January. She wanted to show you how to use 911 and how 911 operates. It is paid by your tax dollars.


The 911 Communication Center provides support to not only the Police Department, but also the Fire Department and ESMA. 

If you missed the presentation and /or missed the tour, one can still be set up for you. Just let us know, we will provide the contact information to you. I think you will find it very informative. If you have children, teenagers or elderly, they all should go and listen to the presentation on how to address emergency situations; like when someone with a disability might be in the house.. 

911 no longer answers the phone “911, What is your emergency?”. Due to the majority of the call volume today is reported from cell phones, they now answer the phone “911, Where is your Emergency?”. It is a myth that they know exactly where you are unless you are calling from a Land Line phone. Cell phones can only ping off of cell towers and give a close idea of where you are located, but that is not good enough if you are in a real emergency. We need to make sure your children how and where to find the address to let dispatcher know. It was recommended that a piece of mail showing your address be posted on your refrigerator and children be instructed what it is and why it is there. 

Just something to think about…..

Casting Call!

SantaOn December 9th, Santa will be coming to Harvest Hills South! 

We need volunteers – children and adults to be elves and help hand out candy on the Santa Ride!

If you are available please let me know by December 1, 2018, so we can finalize the event.

If you know anyone who would make a great Santa, PLEASE let us know! It will only take a couple hours of your time on Sunday afternoon. 

You will be receiving a flyer with the Santa Ride route on it shortly.

Make sure you have your camera ready and watch the joy in your children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends as they see Santa!

Tell everyone Santa Claus is coming to

Harvest Hills South!

Still looking for home…..


Toto is sad and is still trying to find his home.  We have not heard from anyone. He was lost during the bad storms last week near NW79th ande Harvest Hills Rd. If you know of his family, please contact them and have them contact us.  We really dont think he is from Kansas, but who knows….

Toto trash can

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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



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.

General Meeting Thursday Night!

Meeting Agenda


Officer Bob – OKC PD to present “Active Shooter” Training. Learn “How to respond to an Active Shooter / Threat Awareness Situation” to be able to protect yourself and your family.

Officer Bob challenged us to “Fill the House” for this IMPORTANT training session.

Bring all your neighbors!

You won’t want to miss it!

Board Officer Electionsvote1

We need strong leaders to run for office. Several positions are open!

  1. President
  2. 1st Vice President
  3. Secretary
  4. Communications/ Social Media
  5. Block Captain Chairperson

Crime Patrol

Need your vote to be able to start the patrols. Officers have been trained and ready to go!

You must be a paid member for your vote to count.

You may pay your membership at the door Thursday night or, for your convenience, pay using the PayPal link on this site .

Door Prizes!

All paid members will receive an extra Ticket!door prize


A special “Thank You” to the following businesses for providing our door prizes for our meeting!