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Important Information: Welcome
Important Information: Welcome

Town Oaks

 Welcomes You

Important Homeowner Information

This is the place to go to find out about trash and recycling collection dates, submitting architectural requests, filing a work order request and more.

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Trash and recycling

Trash is collected on Thursdays with exceptions made for federal or religious holidays which occur during the week.  On those occasions, trash pick up is moved to the following Friday. 

Recycling is collected every other Friday following the same schedule as regular trash pick up dates. 

Town Oaks does not currently have an organics (compostables) program in place due to the issues with location uncertainties and how to equitably distribute reclaimed organics among the variety of homeowners.  

See the Town Oaks calendar (available through Omega Management) for specific trash and recycling dates. 

Trash cans should be stored in the homeowner's trash can storage area adjacent to the front door of each unit. Trash cans should be brought out the evening before trash collection day and returned to the storage area before nightfall of the same day.  The Board strongly suggests homeowners use metal cans with tight-fitting lids to prevent problems with squirrels and other rodents from getting into the trash. 

Architectural requests

Homeowners must submit and have an approved architectural request prior to beginning any work which would affect a permanent change to the exterior appearance of the unit. Some examples of this would include but are not limited to: Lighting fixtures, windows, decks, exterior colors, large growth plants and hard landscaping projects. 

Interior changes which could affect the livability or structural integrity of the unit or adjoining units are not permitted. 

The process to request a change to the exterior is as follows:

Obtain an architectural request form (available through the Omega portal).  Ensure that all pertinent information is provided (Materials that will be used, who will be doing the work, start and expected end date of the project).

Submit the form to Omega Management who will send the request to the Board for approval. 

Board votes on the request at the next Board meeting unless the homeowner specifically requests an expedited reply; when this request is made the Board will initiate a vote between members.  Homeowner will typically receive a response within 72 hours.  Please not that any request must have full board approval to go forward outside of a Board meeting. If the request is denied the homeowner can appear at the next scheduled Board meeting to make the request again and a simple majority of Board approval will pass the request. 

Paint colors

The paint colors are:

  • Body of building is 7038 Tony Taupe

  • Trim of building is 7575 Chop Sticks

  • Door color is 6027 Cordovan

  • Bottom of building is 7039 Virtual Taupe.

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Work order requests

The exterior envelope of each unit is maintained by the association. If you have a matter that requires attention please submit your request to Omega Management.  A few examples of this kind of work are: blocked gutters/downspouts, broken gate latches/hinges, fallen trees or branches, damaged or deteriorated siding, broken or missing sprinkler heads, non-functional parking lot pole lights, to name a few. If in doubt, request clarification from Omega Management. Use this link to submit a work request.

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Photo by Marco Verch, Creative Commons License Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0)

Light bulbs

Owners are responsible for replacing the LED bulbs for the new wall-mounted light fixtures. Here is helpful information regarding the bulbs needed: 

➢ Warm, soft white light with 2700 Kelvin color temperature. 

➢ A19 shape and size with frosted finish Medium base (E26) 

➢ 60 Watt equivalent using only 8.5 Watts (800 lumens) 

When bulbs were given to homeowners with the new wall- mounted light fixtures they included a dusk-to-dawn light sensor. They have worked for some locations but not others so homeowners can decide if that is a feature they want to include in their replacement bulb.

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