May 2, 2022

Oak Leaflet - May 2022

This month's issue of The Oak Leaflet is now online!  Click on the image below to view pictures from Easter in the Park, read about May's Yard of the Month, make note of upcoming activities and events, and more.

As always, you may visit our newsletter archive to view or download past issues.

April 16, 2022

New ONA Officers Elected!

A message from outgoing ONA President Chanin Scanlon:

All—will you please join me in welcoming your 2022-2023 ONA Board.  We held elections last night at the general membership meeting and I think they are going to do great work.

  • Brett Bowden - President
  • Jennifer Eggelston - Vice President
  • Cindy Pruett - Treasurer
  • Kathryn Omarkhail - Secretary
  • Jan Buck - Zoning Chair
  • Ted Bauer - Newsletter Editor
  • Frances Cain - Budget/Finance Chair
  • Fran Burns - Beautification Chair
  • Glenda Hartsell-Shelton - Events Chair
  • Natalie Lopez - Street Rep. Chair

April 5, 2022

4/14: ONA General Membership Meeting

Save the date for our upcoming ONA General Membership Meeting, to be held on Thursday, 4/14, at 6:30 pm at the Riverside Community Center (3700 E. Belknap St.).  Click on the image below for more details!

April 1, 2022

Neighborhood V O T E on Mercy Culture Justice Reform - Saturday (4/2)!

A message from ONA President Chanin Scanlon:

V - O - T - E (on Mercy Culture/Justice Reform) April 2, 2022, 3-6 pm, Oakhurst Park

Neighbors -

We have now heard from the church, developers and Justice Reform about their plans for a 65-100 person complex at 1701 Oakhurst Scenic Drive for victims of human trafficking and an eventual medical facility north of this proposed facility (TBD?)

Now it’s time to vote.

Please come to Oakhurst Park this Saturday, April 2, from 3-6 pm to cast your vote on this matter.

March 31, 2022

Get Your April Newsletter Here!

This month's issue of The Oak Leaflet is now online.  Click on the link or image below to read about the outcome of the Beach Street development.  Find out how to participate in the Mercy Culture zoning discussion.  Check out announcements from the Beautification and Events committees, as well as Chanin's President's Message.  And make a note of upcoming activities and events!

As always, you may visit our newsletter archive to view or download past issues.

March 16, 2022

Save the Date: ONA Elections

A message from ONA President Chanin Scanlon:

Hello Oakhurst Neighbors,

On April 14th, you will have the opportunity to elect your 2022-2023 ONA Executive Board and Officers.

These individuals serve one-year terms and promote the mission of the Oakhurst Neighborhood Association (ONA), which is "to promote better communication, neighborhood unity, civic spirit and good will among area residents; to protect and promote the best interest of residents; to promote the improvement of public facilities and services, and to cooperate with government agencies and other civic public organizations for the general welfare of the residents of Oakhurst". 

List of positions

(Please review the ONA Bylaws to learn more about each position.)

Executive Board

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Treasurer
  • Secretary

Committee Chairs 

  • Special Events
  • Beautification
  • TPW/Zoning
  • Newsletter Editor
  • Street Representative
  • Budget & Finance
  • Audit Committee

If you would like to run for a position or are interested in becoming more involved with one of these committees in the neighborhood, please contact the nominating committee at to express your intent as soon as possible.  Please note that nominations can also be made on the floor during elections at the General Membership meeting on April 14, 2022, 6:30 pm, at a location to be determined in the near future.  We will keep you posted on location.

March 13, 2022

Updates from Chanin: Mercy Culture/Justice Reform Project

A note from ONA President Chanin Scanlon:

All – please allow me to give you some updates about the continuing Mercy Culture/Justice Reform project.

  1. The project was continued from the March 9th Zoning Commission meeting to the April 13th meeting, when the case will be heard and most likely decided. That meeting will be at 1:00 pm in the afternoon at 200 Texas Street. We will let you know where the matter falls on the docket once that is posted by the City.
  2. Regarding the meeting scheduled by the Justice Reform for March 31, 6:00 pm, the meeting is to allow the church time to present the project to the community and allow the community opportunity to ask the questions or provide comments. You do not need to RSVP to that meeting. Please come and ask Justice Reform all your questions. ONA will schedule a time for residents to vote on the project in the days following that meeting. That vote is scheduled to take place in Oakhurst Park, April 2nd from 3-6 pm. The vote will be taken by ballot.
  3. Regarding speakers at the upcoming Zoning Commission hearing – the commission only allows any opposition to speak for 7 minutes total. Speakers in opposition may only speak for 2 minutes each which means that truly only allows for three speakers to be fully heard. Speakers have been working on their presentations on behalf of the neighborhood for some time. We are graciously asking our neighbors to please consult with ONA before signing up to speak at the zoning hearing as we do not want to undermine the presentations drafted on behalf of our neighbors. Please note that the City Council hearings allow for many more speakers so feel free to sign up to speak to this issue at the City Council hearing. City Council has the final say regarding the outcome of the case. The City Council case will be scheduled in May. We will keep you informed about that date.

Thank you all for your thoughts and patience on this matter as it makes its way through the city’s approval process.

March 5, 2022

March Executive Board Meeting Agenda

Mark your calendar for this week's ONA executive board meeting: Thursday, March 10, 7:00 pm at the Riverside Community Center (3700 E. Belknap).

Click on the image below for an enlarged view of the agenda.

February 28, 2022

March Oak Leaflet - Online Now!

This month's issue of The Oak Leaflet is now online.  Inside, you'll find info regarding the Beach St. zoning case, details on the upcoming Oakhurst "Shamrock Stroll", ONA monthly reports, and more.

Be sure to check out upcoming activities and events, and remember that you are always welcome to explore past issues in our newsletter archive.

February 13, 2022

Save the Date! ONA Special Meeting

Please click on the image below to view the agenda for our upcoming ONA special general membership meeting, to be held 2/24 at 6:00 pm in the Calvary Christian Academy cafeteria.

February 7, 2022

February Oak Leaflet Online!

This month's issue of The Oak Leaflet is now online. Click on the link provided or the image below to catch up on our latest activities and events!

As always, you may visit our newsletter archive to view or download past issues.

January 23, 2022

Save the Date! Special General Membership Meeting


Due to the impending inclement weather and for the safety of all involved, the meeting between Mercy Culture/Justice Reform is going to be postponed.  We do not as of this writing have a new meeting date but will post as soon as we do.  Please visit Nextdoor or stay tuned for more details.

Attention, Oakhurst!  Click on the image below for details on a special ONA general membership meeting being held on February 3rd at 6:00 pm in the Calvary Christian Academy cafeteria to discuss the proposed human trafficking victims facility along Oakhurst Scenic Drive.

January 8, 2022

January's Executive Board Meeting Agenda

Click on the image below to view this month's ONA Executive Board meeting agenda (to be held on Thursday, 1/13, at 6:30 pm at Printed Threads, 210 South Fwy, Fort Worth, Texas 76104).

January 1, 2022

Happy 2022, Oakhurst!

Happy New Year from the Oakhurst Neighborhood Assocation!

This month's edition of the Oak Leaflet is now online. Click here or on the image below to view the results of the ONA Holiday Decorating Contest, see pictures from Santa in the Park, read about the Cielo Place development and the recognition received by ONA's faithful COPs volunteers, and more!

As always, you may visit our newsletter archive to view or download past issues.