OHA Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions The CC&Rs is the document that establishes the legal basis for the Oakwood Homeowners Association.
Oakwood Homeowners Association Dues Every owner of property in the Oakwood subdivision must pay dues to the OHA every June 1st. This legal obligation is established by acceptance of a deed on (i.e., purchasing) property in Oakwood. Annual dues for this year is $126.00. Contact the OHA Secretary or your attorney if you have questions about how this obligation is established.
If you need to change billing information, you must notify the OHA in writing. Send notices for change of ownership, address, or phone number to:
Oakwood Homeowners Association
4 E. Ogden Ave. #313
Westmont, IL 60559
Annual Dues FAQ
Our budget for the year is prepared and voted on by the board. The anticipation of upcoming short and long term needs is factored in carefully. To review the budget for this year, please click below.
Oakwood Homeowners Association Procedures
The OHA Board, in order to develop a consistent method of conducting OHA Business, has instituted a third level of direction called OHA procedures.
You need to get a clearance letter when you sell your home. A Clearance Letter states your dues are up to date and there are no OHA liens on your property.
OHA By-Laws The By-Laws are the rules and regulations that the Oakwood Homeowners Association operates by and are authorized by the CC&Rs.
OHA Common Area Rules The Common Area Rules are the rules and regulations for use of the common areas in Oakwood, including Lake Charles, Westman Beach, and the Eastern Shoreline.
All homeowners who wish to use a boat on Lake Charles must obtain a free boat registration tag from the OHA Lake Management Committee.
Homeowners whose property does not border the lake have the opportunity to use the Lock & Dock area to store their boats. The forms for boat registration and for use of the Lock & Dock area are included at the end of this PDF file.
There is no swimming allowed on Lake Charles Westman Beach. There is no lifeguard. Further, Lake Charles is not continually monitored for water quality. Homeowners whose property does border the lake swim at their own risk and assume all liability. The Oakwood Homeowners Association assumes no liability.
Fishing is permitted on Lake Charles, providing you follow the catch and release policy.