FAQ

 
_Welcome to Park Place
  • Are you new to the neighborhood?
    If you are new to the neighborhood, there are some tools and information available to you. But first you need to be registered with Park Place at Preston Lakes. 
     
    • Register with Park Place at Preston Lakes on this website by clicking the REGISTER button in the top right corner of the this website.
    • Enter in your information. 
    • The Board should accept your registration within 48 hours
    • You may access the different parts of the website 
     
    Welcome to the neighborhood.

City of Owasso Schedules

Property Maintenance
  • Do I need HOA Board permission to paint/stain my house?
    Yes. Any changes to the paint or stain color of any part of the exterior of your house needs prior HOA Board written approval. Submit an architectural form with your request. You do not need to get Board approval if you are not varying the color from the original color specification. 
     
    Covenant
    ... no building, residence, fence, wall or other structural or landscaping improvement shall be commenced, erected or maintained upon any of the Lots within Park Place at Preston Lakes, nor shall any exterior addition to or change or alteration therein, or change in the exterior appearance thereof, or major change in landscaping be made, until such matter is approved in writing by the Association’s Board of Directors.

Selling
  • Is there anything we have to do with the HOA if we sell our house?
    Yes. You will need an Estoppel Certificate for the Title company which will document that there are no delinquent HOA dues owed. The cost is $40 if the Board receives notice greater than one week from your closing and will be paid when the property closes. If you wait until the last moment, there will be a $100 fee, so please plan accordingly. 
  • Is the real estate agent allowed to put a sign in the front yard?
    Yes. The size of the sign is limited to no larger than five (5) square feet. 
     
    Covenant Article X: 
    "No signs or billboards are allowed on a Lot without the prior written approval of the Declarant [or the HOA Board]; provided that one sign of not more than five (5) square feet advertising the sale or rent of said Lot..."