23rd Annual Broken Arrow Homeowner’s Association Workshop is approaching

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Source: City of Broken Arrow

The 2022 Broken Arrow Homeowners Association Workshop is back Saturday, April 16, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Stoney Creek Conference Center, across the street from the Bass Pro Shop.

In its 23rd year, the City of Broken Arrow’s free annual workshop is an opportunity to get answers to property and neighborhood questions from a variety of experts in the know. The workshop is open to all, and you are not required to be a homeowner or HOA member to attend. 

“We are excited to be hosting this important event that benefits all residents within the city,” Community Development Director Larry Curtis said. “We encourage everyone to attend.”

Participants will have an opportunity to speak with City representatives and presenters Charlie Jones of Farmers Insurance and Attorneys Curtis Kaiser and Matthew Winton on various topics associated with HOAs, such as: 

• Legal and Operational issues for Homeowners Associations 

• Public Safety

• Animal Control 

• Building Permits 

• Planning & Development 

• Code Enforcement  (continued)

• Neighborhood Beautification 

• Stormwater Management & Low Impact Development (LID) Certification for Neighborhoods

• HOA Insurance 

• Recycling and More

Thirteen vendors including local businesses, City Departments and non-profit organizations have already signed up to attend. Gift baskets, hotel stays, and even a rain barrel are just some of the valuable door prizes available, but the information attendees will receive is priceless! Save time by registering online at brokenarrowok.gov/HOAworkshop or register at the event.

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