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•   Nick & Charla Olivares  6/17
•   Patrick And Alysia Loerch  6/4
•   David & Joyce Luken  2/14
•   John & Christine Morphet  11/8
•   Thomas & Kristie Oetjen  7/21
•   Jana Fajardo  7/20
•   Amanda & Ed Werkheiser  7/12
•   Jonathan & Linh Shark  7/9
•   Cynthia Matos & Alex Hernandez-Siegel  3/29
•   Beverly & Dennis Collins  3/25
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

1 lives in California
78 live in Colorado
1 lives in Illinois
1 lives in North Dakota
1 lives in Ohio
1 lives in Washington


Percentage of Joined Home Owners: 59.5%

A:   50   Joined
B:   34   Not Joined


Free Chipping

The 2019 chipping date is week of September 2, 2019
To participate, call 719-385-7342 or visit and select
"Chipping Program."  We are Mountain Oaks.

It is a great way to get your tree and shrub debris cleaned
up by simply stacking bundles at the curb on the pickup
week. Note that your piles must be stacked curbside by
8:00 am Monday morning of our designated
chipping week and each bundle is limited to 5'x5'x5' with
diameter of logs no more than 9 inches. Incorrectly stacked

 What’s Acceptable:

  • Woody limbs and branches only, up to 9” in diameter
  • No construction or building materials.
  • Woody material must be clear of nails or wire.
  • Piles only; no bags.
  • No trash, weeds or yuccas.
  • No root wads, dirt or rocks.
  • No grass clipping or bags of leaves.
  • Pile Guidelines:

  • Piles must be stacked with cut ends facing the road.
  • Piles must be within 5’ of the roadway.
  • Limit pile size to 5’x5’x5’. No limit as to the number of piles.
  • Slash mulch will be hauled away for recycling or a full load can be
         left on-site for mulch when requested.
  • Do not combine piles with neighbors or haul in material from
         other neighborhoods.
  • Do not bind or bail/tie the piles.
  • Piles must be free of foreign objects.
  • Homeowners: Bears are being seen daily in our neighborhood, so here is a reminder: Clean grills after each use. If you have fruit trees, pick fruit before it gets too ripe, and don't allow fruit to rot on the ground. Keep garage doors closed. Bears can easily open doors with handles that push down - an open garage door and a door with a push down handle can quickly let a bear into your house. 

    My own encounter with a bear was last year. About 10 pm I remembered some things I wanted to remove from the truck. I had to open the garage door to open the back of the truck. I decided to leave the door open from the garage to the house so I could do it quickly. As I came out the 3rd time, I came face to face with a huge bear who was about to explore the garage and my house! Fortunately the close encounter scared him as much as it scared me!  (Bev, website admin)

    For more bear tips, see "Bear Encounters" in the left hand nav.

    Fire Mitigation

    Homeowners are requested to log hours for mitigating their properties for fire danger and submit to Dave Luken at to help maintain HOA Firewise designation.

    Sign up now for September Wood Chipping

    Wood chipping will occur in September and homeowners are requested to sign-up for this service at  .  The 2019 chipping date is week of September 2, 2019.

    Welcome to the
    Mountain Oaks Homeowners Association 
    web site!

    This website was created to help build our community and to get to know each other better. If you have not yet done so, please create a Home Profile about your family. The mailing address and email address you submit on your profile are used to contact you. Renters are welcome to register as guests (use the Contact Us form and we will help you register).

    Bookmark this site!


    Homeowners: Be aware that in a fire emergency you can exit the community by going west on Broadmoor Bluffs Drive. Take the NORAD Road exit from Broadmoor Bluffs Drive to 115.



    Please be reminded: Do not feed the bears (by leaving your trash can out or putting your trash out the night before pickup). When food is available, bears will find it and the possible bad outcomes include either a resident is scared or injured or a wild animal may have to be put down. For the health and safety of our neighborhood, please remember to keep trash inside your garage. 

    The bears know when it is trash day. This mama and her 2 cubs were busy on Langley. Thanks to John M for the picture.

    Our locally assigned Department of Wildlife officer is Cody Widner at 719 227-5287. For real emergencies (e.g., the bear breaks into your house), call Colorado State Patrol at 719-544-2424.


    MOHA Mailing Address:

    Mountain Oaks HOA
    6510 S. Academy Blvd., Ste. A #310
    Colorado Springs, CO 80906-8691


    Complaints: In order to better service complaints and issues associated with MOHA covenant violations, the MOHA is requesting that homeowners complete and mail the complaint form to the board.   This process will more narrowly define concerns and allow for accurate response by your MOHA volunteer board. The form can be located at this link for printing.  Click here