Frequently Asked Questions
What is the HOA's mission?
We are a voluntary HOA that partners with homeowner's to improve our neighborhood. You can learn more on our About page.
How do I become a Member?
Our Membership Calender year begins on May 1- Please mail your Annual dues of $50 ($45 for Seniors, 65 and older ) - with
check made payable to Park Plaza South HOA :
Park Plaza South, Homeowners' Association
PO Box 470064 -Tulsa, OK 74147-0064
For more information about joining call Larry Byers, 294-1586
Your $50 annual dues goes to continuing the beautification of the neighborhood entrances
by providing maintenance to the entry signs and right-of-way mowing along Sheridan and 71st
street (this is the Neighborhood's responsibility, not the city of Tulsa) landscaping,
utilities, repairs, Block Party, directories, Garage Sale Ads and signage, website, events
and activities and so much more in our great neighborhood.
How do I get involved?
Volunteers are always needed. The Park Plaza South HOA board is made up of ten residents
who volunteer their time and effort for our neighborhood, but we need more people to head
up special projects like being a block captain, volunteering to help with Neighborhood Block
Party and other events, welcoming new neighbors, PIE with Grissom, coordinating the printing
of the directory, mowing/landscaping, the research and possible coordination of a security
patrol, picking up trash from right of ways. The HOA is always looking interesting projects
within the community that we can be involved with such as Up with Trees, MET recycling events.
We welcome new ideas supported by volunteerism. The strength of a great neighborhood is the
residents volunteering their talents for the good of everyone.
How do I get on the PPS HOA E-Mail List?
E-mail notification is a benefit of being a current dues paying member of the HOA.
When you pay your dues, add your e-mail address to your Membership Form and we will add you to the list!
When do I receive my directory?
Your Volunteer Block Captain for your street will deliver to your door mid June. Directories are
a benefit of paying your annual HOA dues.
Who is my Block Captain?
You can find the list of the current block captains here. If you can't find your street on the list,
it means we are looking for a volunteer for your street. Please contact us if you are intereste in helping out
as a block captain.
How do I address issues with my neighbor?
Good Neighbor Standards for addressing issues:
In this less than perfect world, we are sometimes faced with issues that are out of
our control. Whether it is the homeowner next door or a commercial
establishment, there are a few important "good neighbor" standards to
remember when stating your complaint.
- Always address your concerns directly to the offending party first. Whether in
writing or in person most problems can be resolved by simple honest communication.
- Anonymous complaints can be counterproductive. If you write a letter, sign it.
If you make a phone call, tell the other party who you are and how to get a hold of you.
- Suggest practical solutions and/or ways that you are willing to participate in a
- HOA members can ask the board to support their efforts. When asking for help
from city agencies or other entities, being a homeowners' association member
helps you get better/faster results.
When all else fails, consider the City of Tulsa's dispute resolution program a tool for resolving issues
Remember, it's the behavior not the people that you are addressing. Stay
objective. Keep issues from getting personal and achieve a better outcome.