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Fall Newsletter NOW AVAILABLE

Read the Fall 2019 Newsletter and get information on the Sun Meadow Fall Block Party!

Sun Meadow will celebrate our annual Fall Block Party on Saturday, October 26, 2019 from 4:00-7:00 PM along the main street of Granite between 97th and 98th.

Free food, drinks and snacks for all who attend.  We’ll be grilling hotdogs and hamburgers so you won’t want to miss out!  More details will soon follow on the neighborhood website. Bring the whole family! Bring a lawn chair and lawn games or balls. There will be music, food, entertainment and more! This event will be paid for from the annual maintenance fees collected by the Sun Meadow Home Owners Association. If you have not paid for 2019 or want to make a contribution to help with costs, you may do so at the event.

Kids are also invited to wear their Halloween costumes if they’d like and we’ll have people passing out candy to them at the event. Anyone is welcome to bring candy to participate!

For more information please contact committee member, Paul Ahner.


Greenwaste Pickup Info

Crews will begin a special greenwaste collection from June 3 – June 14. For the May 26 wind event, residents from Riverside Dr. to Memorial Dr. from 81st St. S. to 111th St. S. and Memorial Dr. to Mingo Rd. from 81st St. S. to 101st St. S. will receive service. See link to map below. Residents near the affected areas that do not fall within the identified boundaries and believe they should qualify for the special greenwaste collection can call (918) 596-9777.

Residents should put their greenwaste to the curb at the beginning of the collection period since there will only be one greenwaste pass.

Greenwaste must be cut into pieces less than six feet long and 18 inches in diameter. Greenwaste should be within four feet of the curb (NOT in the streets) and residents must avoid placing greenwaste near utilities and fire hydrants (this is common sense to most but I’m writing this statement because it wasn’t to some…). The City cannot pick up greenwaste from the curb if it is contaminated with other debris.

You can also transport your green waste to Tulsa’s year-round Greenwaste Facility, which is located at 2100 North 145th E. Ave. It’s open today (Memorial Day) and the hours will be extended from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. through Saturday, June 1. A current driver’s license or a recent City of Tulsa or Broken Arrow utility bill with a Tulsa or Broken Arrow address is required to use the site.

Dumpsters are located in the following locations, if you want to get rid of your STORM DEBRIS now:
• 5707 E. 109th Pl.
• 93rd S. Lakewood Ave.
• 9711 S. Darlington
• 99th & S. Irvington
• 9737 S. Joplin Pl.
• 5700 E. 98th St.
• 9037 E. 95th St. S.
• E. 88th Pl. & S. 90th E. Ave.
• 9711 S. 88th E. Ave.

The main fueling station is shut down this week, for safety reasons.

Annual Summer Garage Sale

Please “Save the Date” for the Annual Summer Sun Meadow Neighborhood Garage Sale!

All residents are invited to participate on Friday, May 31 & Saturday, June 1. Banners will be hung at the entrances to advertise, an ad will run on Craigslist, and a notice will be put open to other neighborhoods on Nextdoor. Please feel free to advertise it as well on your own social media!

Recap from the 2019 Annual HOA Meeting

Thank you to everyone who attended the Annual HOA Meeting at Redeemer Church on February 12. We thank everyone who took the time to submit a ballot and their maintenance fees.

A few highlights from the meeting…

Board Report

Monte Stewart reported that in 2018 the Board has researched ways we can upgrade and add to the safety of the neighborhood.
Monte reviewed events from 2018 including the Block Party which was a great success and many residents showed up. We are trying to get homeowners more involved.

Financial Report

Steve Jaynes came forward and reviewed the financial report which was given to those in attendance.
Steve noted that the Board increased the pay to the mowing service this year by $50.  Close to $8000 had been received in maintenance fees for 2019 so far.

A question was asked about the city dumpster program and Suzanne Watt spoke to the problems in setting up the dumpsters. We can request them; however, the city does not decide the dates the company who owns them does and it has been difficult to get them in a timely fashion and get information out to residents.

Steve recognized Cynthia Woodson for all her work on the planting and maintenance of the entrances.

Block Captain Report

Debra Labash came forward and thanked all the block captains for their work and for handing out newsletters. She asked if people would want to be more involved that they contact her to join a committee.
Block captain back-ups are needed to help with delivery of newsletters if a block captain is out of town.
If you have a new neighbor, please contact Debra or your block captain so we have that information.


Monte asked if there are any nominations from the floor for officers.
Pete Brunel nominated Suzanne Watt for secretary.
Motion was made that nominations be closed and seconded.
Ballots were cast. All nominees were voted in.
Steve Jaynes reported that 106 residents had paid dues so far.

Please see the Officers page on the website for a full listing of officers for the 2019-2020 year and their information.

All official Board and HOA correspondence will be through this website and the neighborhood newsletter so please be on the lookout and encourage your neighbors to sign up through this website for email updates.

Thank you,

The Sun Meadow HOA