Honey Creek at Bailey Ranch
P.O. Box 1412
Owasso, OK 74055
board@honeycreekhoa.com

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Frequently Asked Questions

When are assessments due and how should I pay?

Assessments are due on February 1st every year.  Late fees begin March 1st. Link to online payments. Dues are $140/year. We do NOT use MetroHOA - Do NOT send any payments to that company.

What are the bylaws of your community?

Put a link to the various covenants here

What are the most common covenant violations?

Parking trailers, boats, and/or RVs on the street or driveway. They must be stored in the garage or backyard out of view from the street.

The second most common violation is landscaping - either excessive weeds/lawn height or insufficient landscaping and/or trees.

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When are assessments due and how should I pay?

HOA membership dues are currently $140/year.  Payment is due on January 1st each year with late fees assessed beginning February 1st.  Online credit card payments can be made by clicking the "Pay Dues Online" link on the main menu. If you prefer to pay by check, that page will also have the HOA payment mailing address listed.

What can I find the covenants, bylaws, or financial documents for the Honey Creek HOA?

The Covenants, Bylaws, and enforcement policy can be found on the "Public Documents" page. Financial documents and the minutes from HOA board meetings can be found on the "Resident Documents" page.

What are the most common covenant violations?

  1. Parking trailers, boats, and/or RVs on the street or driveway. They must be stored in the garage or backyard out of view from the street.

  2. The second most common violation is landscaping - either excessive weeds/lawn height or insufficient landscaping and/or trees.

 

Reporting Barking Dogs

Incessantly barking dogs can be reported to Animal Control (918-272-4965). Animal Control has more authority than the Association over dogs and can cite the offending owner. They will also check the living conditions and number of dogs as Owasso has a 2-dog limit.

Parking in the Street

The Association does not have authority over streets and sidewalks. The City of Owasso prohibits parking vehicles, including trailers and recreational vehicles, in the street for extended periods of time. Violators can be reported by calling Code Enforcement (918-376-1500).