We still need more volunteers to join us for the Neighborhood Crime Watch Patrol. If you are interested in being a part of our group, please meet us at the Hefner Rd Police Department. Training is at 6:30-7:30PM Monday night.
This training is sponsored by Neighborhood Alliance and the Hefner Road Division Police Department.
The sooner we complete training the sooner we can start to schedule our patrols!
Thank you for your interest in Harvest Hills South Neighborhood Association.
We had an excellent general meeting Thursday evening and we wanted to share with those of you who could not attend.
The agenda of the evening revolved around crime prevention and neighbor participation in crime watch activities. There were 51 of your neighbors in attendance!! In addition, we were joined by MSgt Robert “Officer Bob” Skalla with the Hefner Division of the Oklahoma City Police Department.
HHSNA Crime Watch Meeting
Click on the link below for a copy of the presentation. Read about the success story of 79th Street neighbors coming together and “Dreaming Big” and getting a Street Light installed! More information to come on how we can “light up the neighborhood” with additional street lights, sign toppers and improvements.
HHSNA March Meeting
Our next meeting will be Thursday, May 10th and Officer Bob will be back to share more information on Active Shooter Training and protection.
We are still needing additional volunteers for the Neighborhood Crime Watch Patrol. We are getting the training classes set up. We would like to get the class scheduled by April.
We are also needing additional volunteers for Block Captains. We would like to have a volunteer for each street. We had several volunteers sign up at the meeting but we need more!
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and volunteer today!
Also at our May 10th meeting, we will be electing officers.
The following positions will be up for re-election. Please consider running for one of these positions and then come out and cast your vote!
1st Vice President
- Perform the duties of the President in his/her absence.
- He/she shall fill, by succession the vacancy of President in the case of resignation.
- Schedule, reserve and arrange neighborhood meeting facility
- Sign checks as required
- Keep and distribute minutes of the association and executive board meetings
- Keep archive of association documentation as appropriate
- Prepare newsletter prior to each neighborhood meeting as needed
- Coordinate printing of newsletter as needed
- Distribute newsletter to Block Captain Chairperson as needed
- Post an electronic copy of the newsletter to the website
- E-mail newsletters to interested city officials and local neighborhood organizations as needed
- Maintain and update neighborhood website
Our annual membership drive will begin April 21st. You can sign up and pay dues per the PayPal link on the top right hand side of this page . Membership is $30.00 annually.
PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS AND PLAN TO JOIN US.
HHSNA will hold our first meeting of 2018, Thursday, March 15th
Northridge Elementary School
Over the last several months, Harvest Hills South has experienced vandalism, break-ins and other issues. We have heard from several of you and have decided to address these issues.
According to the OKC Police and Neighborhood Alliance, Harvest Hills South has a low crime rate compared to other neighborhoods in the general area. Something we must keep in mind is that we live in a very large metropolitan city. As a nice middle class neighborhood we are prone to be targeted by criminals because we are perceived to be easy targets. Complacency, a feeling that no one will hit us or someone else will take care of the issue, has been and continues to be a problem in our neighborhood. We are all neighbors and need each others help.
At our meeting, we plan to address these issues and how to combat the problem. I strongly encourage you and your neighbors to attend this very important meeting. Without your interest and help, we cannot move forward. Moving forward, our theme will be “TAKE BACK OUR NEIGHBORHOOD!”
Sandy Payne, President